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Dutch Kills is starting the new year with two world premiere plays at Theater 511, in our first-ever Ars Nova Fling. We couldn't be more excited to share Latter Days by Ben Beckley and The Providence of Neighboring Bodies by Jean Ann Douglass, both directed by Jess Chayes.

February 13 through March 11th at 511 W 54th St, New York, NY 10019

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LATTER DAYS

LATTER DAYS
by Ben Beckley

In a forgotten basement beneath the streets of some godforsaken metropolis, a self-described King of Heaven and his long-suffering servant Dead Bill are waiting for the world to end. For eleven years they have shared, with no one but each other, the strange rituals of their secret faith in the coming rapture. Now, at last, apocalypse is at hand. And when the time comes, nothing will be the same.

Directed by Jess Chayes

Featuring Tony Torn and Will Dagger

Set by Carolyn Mraz
Costumes by Kate Fry
Lighting by Derek Wright
Sound by Asa Wember

Stage managed by Allison Raynes

THE PROVIDENCE OF NEIGHBORING BODIES 

THE PROVIDENCE OF NEIGHBORING BODIES
by Jean Ann Douglass

It’s an exciting day for Dora here in North Providence, Rhode Island. Today is the day Dora is going to make coffee, go outside, and make friends with Ronnie. Ronnie lives in the apartment next door, so of course they were meant to be friends. Ronnie isn’t sure how she wound up living in North Providence for all these years, with a balcony overlooking the parking lot and the weird hill across the street. But here they both are, where nothing exciting has really happened since the great beaver purge of the mid-20th century. That is, until Jane shows up at Ronnie’s door. Maybe she’s just the distraction they need.

Directed by Jess Chayes

Featuring Lori Parquet, Dinah Berkeley, and Amy Staats

Set by Carolyn Mraz
Costumes by Evan Prizant
Lighting by Derek Wright
Sound by Asa Wember
Original music by Chris Chappell

Stage managed by Allison Raynes