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are Thursday. Friday and Saturday at 8.00PM, with select Sunday and matinee performances on a to-be-announced basis.

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CONTACT US

NEW PHOENIX THEATRE
ON THE PARK
95 Johnson Park
Buffalo, NY 14201
716-853-1334
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To make a reservation, or purchase a flexible,
Five-ticket membership
for just $120.00,
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OUR
2016-2017
SEASON

mr and mrs nobody

LIPS TOGETHER,
TEETH APART

Sept. 16 - Oct. 8, 2016
For Curtain Up! 2016
Directed by Greg
Natale

cloud 9

GIVE ‘EM HELL,
HARRY!

Oct. 20 - Oct. 29, 2016
Directed by
David Lundy with
Peter Palmisano

BUFFALO
PINOCCHIO

Nov, 25 - Dec. 17, 2016
Directed by
Richard Lambert

buffalo gal

THE CORRESPONDENT
March 24 - April 15, 2017
Directed by Kelli
Bocock-Natale

On The Waterfront

KALAMAZOO
May 4 - May 27,2017
Directed by
Sheila McCarthy

 

 

Waiting For Lefty

2008

withing for lefty playbill

Waiting For Lefty
By Clifford Odets

Starring Victor Morales, Tom Scahill, Richard Lambert,
Kate LoConti, Hasheen DeBerry, James Wild, Sarah Brown,
Jeffrey Coyle, Leon S. Copeland, Jr., Marshall Maxwell,
Jennifer Linch, Rich Kraemer, Keith Elkins,
M.Joseph Fratello, Bill Schmidt
Kevin Cain, Guy DeFedericis, Kevin Dennis, Tom Izard, Roger Killian, Stacy Kowal, Joseph Laspro, Julie Oesch, Jessica Stuber,
Anthony Tyrpak

Directed by Kurt Schneidermann

This co-production between the New Phoenix and Subversive Theatre transformed the entire theater, including the
audience area, into a union hall. Coffee and donuts
were even available. This show won the Artie
award for Best Production Of A Play that year.