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NAKED ANGELS in the news

“The Naked Angels theatre company, celebrating its 25th year of producing AUDACIOUSLY ORIGINAL work is on a roll this year. Next Fall, a beautiful new play by artistic director Geoffrey Nauffts made the leap to Broadway, and now its latest, This Wide Night, is equally captivating, an altogether ideal production that manages to burrow under your skin, resonating far deeper and longer than you could imagine.”
Roma Torre, NY-1 News

Naked Angels once more confirms its rep for preferring SOLID SUBSTANCE over flashy style.”
Marilyn Stasio, Variety

NAKED ANGELS
IN THE NEWS
ON BROADWAY: NEXT FALL          OFF-BROADWAY: THIS WIDE NIGHT

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Naked Angels, celebrating its 25th Anniversary as one of the most innovative theatre companies in New York, is currently represented on the New York stage with two critically-acclaimed productions on and Off-Broadway. On Broadway at the Helen Hayes Theatre, Naked Angels Artistic Director Geoffrey Nauffts’ new American play NEXT FALL has been nominated for two Tony Awards for Best Play and Best Director, celebrating a successful Broadway transfer from a sold-out extended run Off-Broadway last summer. Off-Broadway at the Peter Jay Sharp Theatre, the celebrated American premiere of Chloe Moss’ THIS WIDE NIGHT, starring Edie Falco and Alison Pill, opened to rave reviews last month and extended its run one week to Sunday, June 27. Naked Angels is currently featured in the news:
 
Next Fall celebrates its 100th performance on Broadway at the Helen Hayes Theatre – photos on Playbill.com.
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THE NEW YORK TIMES
This Wide Night set designer Rachel Hauck featured in The New York Times for her painstakingly accurate, very messy set design.
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WOR’S “THE JOAN HAMBURG SHOW”
This Wide Night stars Edie Falco and Alison Pill speak with Joan Hamburg on her “Live From Sardi’s” show about what drew them to This Wide Night and working together on such an intimate play.
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THE TORONTO STAR
This Wide Night stars Edie Falco and Alison Pill talk with Richard Ouzounian about the magnetic chemistry they share on and off-stage in This Wide Night.
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Naked Angels’ chief aspiration is the strengthening of a community of artists through the development and production of provocative new work.


Naked Angels was formed in 1986 by a group of restless and ambitious artists reacting to a void in the theatre community for new and creative voices. The name Naked Angels was taken from the John Tytell book, which described Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, William Burroughs and other Beat poets of the 1950’s as “a generation that wanted to break out of convention and scream.” Sometimes outraged, often irreverent, occasionally absurd, and always intelligent, enthusiastic and fun, Naked Angels continues to be a vital, thriving crossroads where talented theatre artists collaborate: the destination of choice for those seeking a truly celebratory theatrical experience.

Dedication to the emerging artist has led to the company’s reputation for developing and producing outstanding, innovative plays. Naked Angels’ latest production, Next Fall, written by Naked Angels Artistic Director Geoffrey Nauffts, played a sold-out, critically-acclaimed run Off-Broadway in the summer of 2009 at the Peter Jay Sharp Theatre, extending three times, and opened on Broadway on Thursday, March 11th at the Helen Hayes Theatre to further critical acclaim. The production was recently nominated for the Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle, Drama League and Tony Awards for Best Play.

Naked Angels is led by Geoffrey Nauffts (Artistic Director), John Alexander (Managing Director), Andy Donald (Associate Artistic Director) and Brittany O’Neill (Producer).

Tickets for Next Fall are available by calling Telecharge.com at (212) 239-6200, (800) 432-7250 outside the NY metro area or online at http://www.Telecharge.com <http://www.Telecharge.com> . Tickets are $116.50 each.
Schedule: Tuesday at 7pm; Wednesday – Saturday @ 8pm; Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday @ 3pm
Schedule beginning June 29: Tuesday at 7pm; Wednesday – Saturday @ 8pm; Wednesday & Saturday @ 2pm; Sunday @ 3pm

This Wide Night plays the following performance schedule:
Tuesday – Friday at 7:30 PM; Saturday at 2 PM and 7:30 PM; and Sunday at 2 PM and 7 PM. No performance: Sunday, June 13 at 7 PM. The Peter Jay Sharp Theatre is located at 416 West 42nd Street.

Tickets are $70; for reservations call (212) 279-4200 or visit www.ticketcentral.com.

Follow Naked Angels on Twitter: @NakedAngels, and on Facebook 

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