United Solo, the world’s largest solo theatre festival, will launch its new season at Theatre Row with a full slate of productions from across the globe. Performances will start Tuesday October 26th and run through Sunday November 21st, concluding with a closing Gala in honor of the outstanding group of solo artists, directors, writers, and theatre designers.
The fall lineup represents a broad spectrum of themes and styles, including productions that undertake the subject of the COVID crisis, classical dramas, comedies, autobiographical shows, dance and music pieces, and multimedia productions. In addition to new talents, the Festival will feature accomplished artists such as: Laurence Olivier Nominee Tara Hugo in “Who Goes There”; Grammy Nominee Milbre Birch in “Sometimes I Sing”; and New York Innovative Theatre Award Nominee Michelle Felice Hartley in “Life Encounters 2,” as well as two past recipients of United Solo Festival awards, Elise Forier Edie, an author of “American Pain, and Lilly Dennis in “Chocoholic.” The Festival will also feature “Five Minutes,” a solo piece performed by Wendy Lane Bailey and directed by Omar Sangare, Founder of United Solo.
A complete listing of showtimes and dates, as well as further information, can be found on United Solo’s website www.unitedsolo.org – where audience members can purchase their tickets for in-person performances at Theatre Row, or subscribe to a virtual streaming of United Solo Screen.