Give us your children! Experience The Flea’s universe-hopping, monster-hunting, pigeon-loving, buffalo-bunning, future-seeing, family theater spectacle – a brand new way to watch age old stories.
5 plays go in. 3 plays come out. Your vote decides.
The boys at Acropolis U are too preoccupied with the Greek Games to treat their ladies right. But fierce feminist goddess, Liz Estrada, rallies her besties to take a stand – and campus chaos ensues.
LOCKED UP BITCHES
Get ready for some RUFF bitches! When Pipsy, a pedigree cocker spaniel, lands at the Bitchfield Animal Shelter, she becomes the center of a turf war between the dogs and the cats.
What does it mean to be a woman in the times of the #metoo and #timesup movements? Brooklyn outfit Opera on Tap brings their irreverent, heartfelt, and entertaining approach to classical music to the Flea for the first time.
Laura Bush Killed a Guy
Laura Bush is an enigma wrapped in another enigma. She is shy, bookish, beautiful, and in 1963, she blew through a stop sign and killed a guy. It was probably just an accident. Perhaps it was simply youthful recklessness. Or maybe, just maybe… it was murder.
The third production of EPIC Players 2017-18 season is a neuro-inclusive adaptation of Shakespeare's The Tempest.
ARTEK @ The Flea
One of The Flea's Anchor Partners, ARTEK (The Art of the Early Keyboard) is back with a baroque theater show and two one-night-only concerts!
Maple & Vine
New York Deaf Theatre (NYDT) presents an accessible production of MAPLE AND VINE, presented using a combination of American Sign Language, spoken English, and English Captioning. The cast and production team features a diverse group of Deaf and hearing artists.