2009 - 2010 Season


The Outrageous Fortune Company concluded its 17th season of significant contemporary plays in May 2010 at Queens Theatre in the Park.

DEAD MAN’S CELL PHONE, by Sarah Ruhl. An incessantly ringing cell phone in a quiet café – a dead man with a lot of loose ends – a woman at the next table answers the phone. A poetic and quirky comedy.

November, 2009

SPALDING GRAY: STORIES LEFT TO TELL, concept by Kathleen Russo and Lucy Sexton. The hilarious, provocative and heartbreaking life and words from the late master of monologues, delivered by five different performers.

March, 2010

THE BLUE ROOM, adapted by David Hare, from La Ronde by Arthur Schniztler. A sensation in London and on Broadway – a daisy chain of ten sexual encounters. Witty, satirical and erotic.

May, 2010


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Eleemosynary, March 2000 (top to bottom); Christine Turner, Jeanne Simpson, Liza Skinner

Casting notices will appear in this space when we resume.

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