Acclaimed solo play by Ryan F. Casey gets live outdoor pop-up performances.
Saturday, October 10

Buy tickets HERE.

Ryan F. Casey will present a special live-and in person pop up performance of his acclaimed solo play WHAT HAPPENS TO BOYS IN CHELSEA.

When Foster Lawrence was eighteen years old he fell from a fifth floor window in Manhattan. And does not know how. This incident served as his coming out as gay/queer. Ten years later, he attempts to find out what happened that night by navigating the New York City terrain and the NYPD. Foster begins to understand what privilege looks like in America; from 2006, to 2016, to this moment in 2020.

These intimate live-and in person pop up shows will be presented using the LiveTours app and performed for an audience of 12. Ticket buyers must have a smart phone and headphones or earbuds. By downloading the app in advance, patrons will be able to clearly hear the performer while being able to maintain a safe social distance from him and other guests. The exact meetup location (as well as instructions and safety protocols) will be emailed to ticket buyers in advance of the performance. It is suggested that patrons bring their own pillow/blanket/portable chair for seating and wear comfortable shoes. Face masks must be worn at all times -- no eating or drinking during the course of the event, which will run approximately 60 minutes. In case of rain, refunds will be issued. Tickets are $20 each, available HERE. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Lavender Rights Project.

Currently scheduled performances are:
Saturday, October 10 @ 4pm - Park Slope, Brooklyn
(Check back often for added dates!)

Ryan F. Casey is a writer and performer living in New York. He grew up acting in summer stock theatre in the Berkshires/Tri-State area. He holds a BFA in Acting from Post of Long Island University where his studies focused on physical theatre; specifically The Suzuki Method and Viewpoints. He has performed What Happens To Boys In Chelsea in and around New York including Theatre Row, Theatre 80, The Triad, Green Room 42, Club Cumming and New York's LGBTQ Center.