Axial Theatre is an ensemble-based Westchester theatre organization comprised of artists committed to creating professional theater and a vital educational experience for emerging artists. Axial Theatre is committed to producing plays, both new and old, that speak to issues relevant to today’s world.

"The theatre has grown into one of our community's most remarkable gems"

- Michael J. Smith, Westchester County Legislator


 

Dead Man's Cell Phone
by Sarah Ruhl
Directed by Rachel Jones

In a quiet café, a woman answers a ringing cell phone, not knowing that its owner is dead. She soon finds herself wrapped up in his bizarre past as she plays comforter to his grieving family and keeper of his illicit affairs, both business and personal. This comedy [by Pulitzer prize finalist and MacArthur “Genius” grant recipient Sarah Ruhl] forces us to realize that we need to rely on one another a little more and our gadgets a little less.

Opens May 2nd, 8pm, previews May 1 at 8pm, May 2nd at 2pm

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ArtsWestchester 50 for 50 Artists Award
Working artists are the lifeblood of a creative community. As ArtsWestchester celebrates its 50th Anniversary they launched the “50 for 50” initiative, seeking to recognize 50 outstanding artists living or working in Westchester County- and among them is our co-artistic director Howard Meyer! 
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Howard Meyer was interviewed for the recently published book: Those Who Walk With Fire, edited and compiled by John Daubney. For more information, please log on at www.johndaubney.com. Click here for an excerpt from the book.
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