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Playbill: We’ve Gone Green!

ITOWNY has gone green!  Sure, we will have copies of the playbill at our shows but we love our environment and want to save as many trees as we can, so a color version of the playbill is now available online!

Check it out before you see the show to see who’s who!  Review it after to check out the awesome pics and ads!  Or even better, take a look at it so you can find out how to join ITOWNY as a season subscriber!  We need you!

You can access the full color playbill here:  Inclusive Online Playbill Color

Tell your friends! 🙂

PS There are 8 more chances for you to see And Where Will You Put the Things You Save?  Tickets are available online or at the box office!  Hope to see you there!!

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ITOWNY Celebrates National Coming Out Day!

Inclusive Theater of WNY celebrates National Coming Out Day!

ITOWNY honors all who have come out as LGBTQ or as an ally for equality! Every person who speaks up changes more hearts and minds, and creates new advocates for equality.

Please know that you always have a safe and supportive place at Inclusive Theater! You are wanted. You are loved. And you are always welcome. 🌈


Artist Spotlight: John Profeta

John Profeta joins the cast of And Where Will You Put the Things You Save? as Alex Rubens – Nick’s fiancé and an adjunct science professor and environmental activist! Nick navigates life with his fiancé and his sister – both with their share of challenges – calmly and rationally while at the same time, rebelling as an activist!

John’s portrayal of Nick is inspired and the chemistry with his two co-stars in palpable! We are so thankful to have him in our inaugural performance!

Get your tickets now! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/and-where-will-you-put-the-things-you-save-tickets-49656156902


Artist Spotlight: Jessica Levesque

Next up is Jessica Levesque! Jess plays the role of Ericka Moeright – a woman with Autism who is a rocking roller derby chick and who has also been biohacked – willingly!

Jess is excited to return to the stage in And Where Will You Put the Things You Save? and also loves being a part of ITOWNY because, as she so eloquently states, “ITOWNY gives me the opportunity to do something (acting) that I really love to do, after being told I couldn’t by other places…and gives me the skills to get better at it!” We couldn’t have said it better ourselves!

Interested in theater? Contact inclusivetheaterofwny@gmail.com for more information! And come see Jessica, John, and Steve at Alleyway Theatre – October 11-28!


Artist Spotlight: Steve Brachmann

In honor of opening preview night, today we will be spotlighting the actors in And Where Will You Put the Things You Save? First up is Steve Brachmann!

Steve plays the role of Nick Moeright – a criminal defense lawyer who has recently become disabled due to an accident.

Steve beautifully portrays Nick and is also always such an incredible presence on set. We are so lucky to have him in Inclusive Theatre’s first full production and to support him as he makes his debut on the Alleyway mainstage!

Come see Steve, Jessica, John and the rest of the ITOWNY crew in the show! Thursday’s are pay-what-you can at Inclusive Theater! We hope you will join us!!


Artist Spotlight: Virginia Brannon

To say we are lucky to have Virginia Brannon direct ITOWNY’s inaugural play is an understatement- we are ecstatic and feel like we won the lottery!!

Virginia has stage managed, directed, and appeared in numerous shows and readings in the Western New York area. We are so thankful that she is guiding and sharing her expertise with us! We love you Virge!

Don’t take our word for it! Come see the awesomeness of Virginia and the rest of the cast and crew of ITOWNY at “And Where Will You Put the Things You Save?” Show runs from October 11-28, 2018!


Artist Spotlight: Baroness von Smith

ITOWNY is so excited that our inaugural play, “And Where Will You Put the Things You Save?,” was written by the illustrious Baroness von Smith!

She has had plays produced in Buffalo and Chicago, and was a 2008 Artie Award nominee.  Additionally, she’s published a novel and a collection of short stories, and has YA verse novel coming out next April (under the penname Melody Dodds). 

We are so proud to present the Baroness’s work. We know you will love it as much as we do!

One more day until preview night! Thursday’s are pay what you can! Hope to see you there!!