Allison rejoins the cast of PECKER! a musical based on the original film by John Waters with music by Alan Cancelino and Lyrics by Owen Robertson. This industry only reading will be closed to the general public.
Allison plays Gina, the dutiful yet ambitious daughter of two Italian immigrants living in a mining town in West Virginia in the 1920’s in Fred Pezzulli’s Coal Town at the Actor’s Studio. Other cast includes Vincent Marano as Marco, Katie Braden as Vittoria and Tony Travostino as Tony Gaujot. Robert Mobley directs.
FEINSTEIN’S/54 BELOW, Broadway’s Supper Club, proudly presents the highly-anticipated next installment of everyone's favorite holiday delight. After a three-year absence, John C. Hume and all of your favorite friends are back at it again. And this time, they are serving up their take on a perennial holiday classic.
Mila Henry music directs an all-star cast that includes: Billy Anderson, Lavinia Draper, Kate Dorman, Chad Gneiting, Nicholas Harbison, Leslie Hendrickson, Allison Linker, David Pollack, Jonah Rosen and Miranda Wilson.
Tickets available at 54Below.com
Tony nominee Ariana DeBose, Spring Awakening's Lauren Pritchard, and Olivier Award winner Lesli Margherita will be among the performers at Intersecting Chords, NYMF’s concert series celebrating female-identified, queer, and trans artists who are changing the landscape of musical theatre. The two concerts will feature songs composed by Kirsten Childs, Shaina Taub (the Public's current Twelfth Night), Emily Kaczmarek, Zoe Sarnak, The Bengsons, Ty Defoe (now on Broadway in Straight White Men), and Tidtaya Sinutoke. Visit playbill.com for full press release and concert information.
Intersecting Chords will take place July 23 at 6:30 PM and 9:30 PM at The Green Room 42.
Goodbye former life and hello open road!
Interstate is an Asian-American pop-rock poetry musical about Dash, a transgender spoken word performer and his best friend Adrian, a lesbian singer-songwriter. Together, they are Queer Malady, an internet-famous activist band on their first road trip across America. Their political and personal music inspires Henry, a transgender teenage vlogger living in small-town middle America, to set out on a quest to meet his heroes in person, hoping to find answers to his struggles.
Please check the NYMF Interestate webpage for individual performance times (which vary by day) and ticket information.
Allison performs as the steadfastly religious and neurotic Jenn in Kevin Jeffers' Rex, part one of a three act musical piece adapted from several plays in Joe Pintauro's Metropolitan Operas. This one night only world premiere performance takes place in the Hamptons at the Parrish Art Museum of Watermill, NY. Ticket price includes museum entrance.
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Please RSVP by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org for our special community fundraising events. Please click each image for additional information. Events are taking place on May 17th and May 23rd from 6:30pm to 8:30pm at 384 Broadway between Walker Street and White Street.
Allison performs as a member of the Band and various characters in NYC in a special one night only performance of a new play with music featuring the legendary vocals of Queen Esther Marrow. This new piece for stage is directed by Robert Kalfin, music and lyrics by Joe Butler (The Lovin' Spoonful) and book by Joe Butler and Natalie Mosco.
Please note that this performance is already sold out. Updates will be posted if additional tickets are released.
Allison will rejoin the cast of Interstate the Musical at the Musical Theater Factory, a resident performing company at Playwrights Horizons. This ten day workshop will culminate in several performances, TBA.
The Feisty Women's festival is an evening of staged readings of new plays about women, written by women and directed by women.
Allison performs as down on her luck and dangerously close to the edge, Leila, in Women's Health and Wellness, written by Sharon Cooper and directed by Jessica Bauman.
She also appears in Fengar Gael's Tsunami Sisters as the first singing homo-piscine twin, River Sherborn, directed by Rachael Murray.
The evening is produced by Melissa Bell, Emma Goldman-Sherman and the 29th Street Playwrights Collective.
Allison will perform as Sweetness, a young rock and roll groupie, in Mary Sue Price's Chat Rats Trilogy: Oronogo in a week long workshop with Immediate Medium directed by JJ Lind. The week will culminate in a closed performance of the piece. Future performances to be announced.
Allison performs on the first and last evenings of a five day festival of one-act plays at the WorkShop Theatre.
She can be seen on January 23rd, opening the festival in Robert Strozier's Help Me With This and also on January 27th the final evening of the festival. On the 27th, Linker performs in a role written specifically for her in Mary Sue Price's (General Hospital) What I saw as Lindsey, a young, spunky horse rider who has unfinished business with her former trainers.
All performances are at 7pm at the Workshop Main Stage Theater at 312 West 36th Street, 4th Floor.
Allison performs as the sneaky, seductive Nurse in Fred Pezzulli's Managed Care, a one act farce about a gullible and greedy doctor who buys into a not-so-legit insurance plan.
Directed by Benno Haenel, Produced by Judith Estrine and the Prism Stage Company.
One performance only at The Tank, 312 West 36th Street, 2nd Floor.
Collaborating with violinist Adam Barnett-Hart and classical and acrobatic dance duo Ashlee Montague and Richard Hankes, Allison performs four songs by Vaughan Williams for the opening of the Rose Garden in the Bronx Botanical Gardens. Please visit https://www.nybg.org/event/rose-garden-weekend/ for more information.
Allison stars as Al in a cabaret performance of Vanda's novel Juliana. Juliana is a series of novels about LGBT history beginning in 1941 in New York City. Each volume continues the story of these same characters as they live through the decades of LGBT history.
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