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“Fryman finds the dry sense of humor in his character.“ - The New York Times

"Excellent." Huffington Post

“This is a brilliant work” - NYC Stage Review

“Artfully directed by Alexander Dinelaris, Jr.” – NYC Stage Review

"Brad Fryman seethes with repressed passion"  - Backstage

"We should thank Alexander Dinelaris for directing with his heart as well as his skills because something off center wonderful like this show doesn’t just happen. It’s a gem example of the best in collaborative art effort."

"Rebecca Lord-Surratt’s wonderful set manages simultaneously to conjure the confines of a small farmhouse and the vastness of the Canadian prairie."  -Backstage

"Rather than taking our local theaters to task for overlooking it, I prefer to thank the Oberon Theatre Ensemble for finally bringing us this satisfying and moving play." - Backstage


Stage Manager: Jenna Lazar

Assistant Stage Manager: Martine Berkowtz

Sound Designer: Nick Moore

Sets and Costumes: Darby Kram

Lighting Designer: Aaron Gonzalez

In the Dorothy Strelsin Theatre at the Abingdon Theatre Complex

312 W. 36th St 1st Floor

Mon. July 16 7:30pm

Sat. July 21 6:15pm

Mon. July 23 7:15pm

Sat. July 28 4:45pm

Thurs. Aug. 2  7:30pm

n joins the cast of Comedy of Errors
Recent shows and eventss

Monday, April 25 at 8pm at The Lambs 3W 51st St
A Reading

by Chris Boal
Directed by Mark Karafin

Christopher Boal's biting new comedy, the 2nd in the NY Trilogy, explores the wages of money, fame, family values and pets, as a fully dysfunctional theatrical family gather for a Christmas holiday meal.
Austin Pendleton and Judith Roberts
Ryan Tramont
Wrenn Schmidt
Brigitte Choura
Brad Fryman

A Reading
Twelve Angry Men at the players. Juror #3

The Spanish Tragedy
by Thomas Kyd reading directed by Matt Rauch at RedBull Theater Featuring: Michael Stuhlberg,
 John Douglas Thompson, Jonathan Fried, Vivienne Benesch, Paul Niebanck, and Maria Dizzia

Order by Christopher Stetson Boal directed by Austin Pendleton
  "Priceless. . . hilariously played." NYTimes

 "All acting is superb." Oscar E Moore TALK ENTERTAINMENT

American Rapture with works by Alex Dinelaris and William Saroyan directed by Alex Dinelaris

Merry Wives of Windsor directed by Cara Reichel at Theatre Row