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How To...Sew by Paul Ketchum

How To... is a practical performance series that Paul Ketchum and Ann Marie Dorr are working on.

Written by Paul Ketchum Directed by Ann Marie Dorr maybe featuring some anecdotes from Ann Marie's Mom.

Puffy Hair by Zoë Geltman A one-woman show (with 2 other people) created and performed and with original "songs" by Zoë Geltman and directed by Julia Sirna-Frest in which Geltman explores diarrhea, female self-degradation, and whether you picking a har, red booger at the exact moment that another you takes a dump in a public restroom in a rehearsal space where you're about to audition for a web series and try your hand at being a legit actor who like, does stuff, proves the existence of a higher being.

Written and performed by Zoë Geltman With the additional talents of Ugo Chukwu and Maggie obinson Directed by Julia Sirna-Frest Produced by Ann Marie Dorr


Zoë Geltman (writer, performer) is a performer and writer and a born and bred New Yorker. She has performed extensively in the New York downtown/experimental theater scene. Some favorite performances include The World My Mama Raised (Clubbed Thumb), PIONEERS #goforth (JACK), Bear Slayer! (Ars Nova), Evelyn (The Bushwick Starr), Evelyn in Concert (Incubator Arts Project), At the Rich Relatives (Target Margin at Abrons Arts Center), and her own play, SEA FRAUD at The Brick. Her writing has been developed and produced at The Bushwick Starr, CATCH performance series, Dixon Place, Little Theater, The Brick, Uncanny Valley, Theater for the New City, and Dragon's Egg Studio in Ledyard, CT. She is currently doing a tour d'NYC with her solo show, PUFFY HAIR.

Julia Sirna-Frest (director) is an actor/director who only directs plays by Zoë Geltman. For more:

Ann Marie Dorr (director, producer) encourages people to make theater.

Paul Ketchum (writer, performer) makes theater for you.

Ugo Chukwu (performer) likes performing. If you like seeing him perform, visit

Maggie Robinson (performer) is a performer!

Earlier Event: November 19
Panic Everything's Fine
Later Event: November 28
Nemo the Storyteller