"The Old In and Out," a play about sex, love, and the cure for happily-ever-after.

"The Old In and Out" enjoyed a sold-out run of 4 shows in June at Stage Left Studio Theater, NYC. Thanks to everyone who attended, we were able to make a donation to V-Day, Eve Ensler's global movement to end violence against women and girls.
The Cast (clockwise from top): Holly Crane, Olivia Jampol, Rachel Ritacco, Eloise Eonnet

The Creative Team (l to r): Karen Hildebrand, Kat Georges, Madeline Artenberg


What happens when young newlyweds in the era of free love realize that "happily ever after" is the last thing they're likely to get? "The Old In and Out," a new two-act play by Madeline Artenberg and Karen Hildebrand, directed by Kat Georges, tells the stories of four contemporary women who, while looking for love, discover their true independent selves. Runs 70 minutes, without intermission. Adult themes and language.

Feedback from audience members:

"Thoroughly loved seeing this. Really smart writing. Funny, poignant and great delivery of poetry and prose from 4 very talented and beautiful actresses."

"Saw the play on Friday, opening night, and was blown away by its power, both dramatically and emotionally. It was witty, moving, and finely acted."

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