Thursday, December 12, 2013

Glamour Macabre at Urban Stages!

The Rachel Klein Theater Ensemble Presents:
Glamour Macabre
A go-go dancing, rock n'roll, Broadway belting, sequin tossin' evening of entertainment!
Co-Hosted by Eric Schmalenberger and Miriam! (That's right!)

Saturday, December 14th
At Urban Stages, 259 West 30th St

The Whimsical Horror Stylings of The Rachel Klein Theater Ensemble in "Killer Workout!" "Beyond the Valley of the Pussycats" and "The Egyptian Queen"
Modern Dance Macabre Soloist, Danielle Marie Fusco (Martha Graham)
Sexy Contemporary Ballet by The Love Show (the Nutcracker Rated R)
The Vivacious Vocals of:
Erik Ransom as Damian from his rock musical "Coming"
The Love Show's David F. Slone, Esq
Broadway's Leasen Almquist (Annie Get Your Gun)
RKP's own Red Headed Spitfire, Scooter Pie (Shaken and Stirred)
and Broadway's Ashley Kate Adams debuting "Run", an original song by Miss Adams featuring Glendon Emmons
Musical Talents by:
Sean Hagerty on the electric violin
and the Gothic Romantic stylings of Cornelius Loy on the theremin!

Tickets are $15!

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Now Playing Off-Broadway!

 Cedric Yau and the Yow! Theater Company Present

Around the World in 80 Days 

 A Play by Mark Brown, based on the Novel by Jules Verne
Directed and Designed by Rachel Klein
A fantastic update of the visionary classic
39 characters deftly portrayed by 5 physically unparalleled actors


  Performing now the New Theater at 45th Street
354 West 45th Street

"Director Rachel Klein’s endlessly clever production is being performed at the New Theater at 45th Street... From the wonderfully silly costumes to the ingenious low-tech scenic design, this “Around the World in 80 Days” is a trip well worth taking."
 --The New York Post

"Rachel Klein's thoroughly inventive production of Mark Brown's five-actor play based on Jules Verne's globetrotting adventure, does quite a lot to measure up to its cinematic predecessor."
--Theater Mania

"Mark Brown’s play has been reimagined by Director/Designer Rachel Klein with a cohesive, iconoclastic point of view that speaks of a new generation’s Julie Taymor."
--Woman Around Town