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OUR BOX OFFICE LINE 716-853-1334,
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CONTACT US

NEW PHOENIX THEATRE
ON THE PARK
95 Johnson Park
Buffalo, NY 14201
716-853-1334
newphnxtheatre@aol.com

To make a reservation, or purchase a flexible,
Five-ticket membership
for just $120.00,
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OUR
2017-2018
SEASON

mr and mrs nobody

MY OLD LADY
By Israel Horovitz
For Curtain Up! 2017
Sept. 15 - Oct. 7, 2017
Directed by
Michael Lodick

cloud 9

CINDERELLA
Nov. 17 - Dec. 16, 2017
Adapted, Conceived
and Directed by
Kelli Bocock-Natale

WAY BACK WHEN:
An Evening of One Acts

By Grant Golden and
Rebecca Ritchie
Feb. 2 - Feb. 24, 2018
Directed by
Betsy Bittar

buffalo gal

THAT CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON
By Jason Miller
March 16-April 7, 2018
Directed by Kelli
Bocock-Natale

On The Waterfront

THE ALIENS
By Annie Baker
April 27-May 19, 2018
Directed by
David Oliver

 

 

Buffalo

Pinocchio

2016

buffalo pinocchio

BUFFALO PINNOCHIO
Originally Conceived by Richard Lambert

Directed by Ricahrd Lambert

The cast featured David Adamczyk, Kathleen Ashwill, Todd Fuller, Mary Moebius, Betsy Bittar, Franklin LaVoie, Joni Russ, Suzanne Fitzery, Mark Bogumil
and Leonard Ziolkowski.  

Set design by Franklin LaVoie and Richard Lambert, sound design by Tom Makar, lighting design by Chris Cavanagh and costume design by Betsy Bittar.

buffalo pinocchio

Set in the future, in a post-apocalyptic Buffalo, war rages on.  For those lucky enough to still be alive, refuge from the war MUST be located.  In an abandoned Westside theatre, shelter is found, along with a very elderly man.  He tells a story of life’s creation, and the exasperating conceit of trying to make plans for life’s unexpected twists and turns, and what to do with the gifts that you didn’t know you already had. 

buffalo pinocchio