I Wanna F*ck Like Romeo and Juliet

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Produced by:
New Light Theater Project
October 20 - November 05, 2022
Run Time:
1 Hour, 30 Minutes
Showing in Theater
$30 (59E59 Member price: $25)

Show Info

By Andrew Rincón
Directed by Jesse Jou

Snow in July, comets falling from the sky… the world is thrown into chaos as Cupid rips off her wings and gives up on Love. But her old flame Saint Valentine has a plan to bring her spirit back up, and it involves reigniting the flame between two humans, Alejandro and Benny. 

Moving from the Heavens to Hackensack, I WANNA F*CK LIKE ROMEO AND JULIET is a love story of epic proportions that investigates gods and mortals, realism and fantasy, and the shame and joy within Queer love of Color.

Part of New Light Theater Project’s 2022 New Light New Voices Fall Festival.

LATINX/LGBTQ THEATER NIGHT: Gather in community to see Andrew Rincón’s new play!

59E59 Theaters, New Light Theater Project, and Latinx Playwrights Circle are thrilled to be hosting a Latinx/LGBTQIA Community Night on Saturday, October 29. We invite anyone who identifies as Latino or LGBTQIA to join us for the 7:30 PM performance, which will be followed by a talkback with Guadalís Del Carmen, Co-Founder and Co-Artistic Director of Latinx Playwrights Circle, Iyvon E., Founder & Artistic Director of Parsnip Ship, Director of Artistic Programs at Signature, and C. Julian Jiménez, Playwright/Associate Professor of Theatre/Chair of Communication, Theatre, & Media Production at Queensborough Community College.

Denise H. Hurd,
Intimacy & Fight Choreography
Jenna Arkontaky,
Props Master
Brittany Vasta,
Scenic Design
Margaret Montagna,
Sound Design
Antonio Consuegra,
Costume Design
Annie Wiegand,
Lighting Design

Producing Company

New Light Theater Project

New Light Theater Project (NLTP) nurtures a Collective of artist-practitioners through the presentation of compelling stories across theatrical genres. Founded by Sarah Norris and Michael Aguirre, NLTP believes in the strength of ensemble-work and are committed to fostering their Collective composed of writers, actors, directors, stage managers, and designers from diverse backgrounds. At least 50% of an NLTP production utilizes our Collective while the rest of the production team consists of innovative artists they hope to cultivate deeper relationships with. They are currently one of 59E59 Theaters’ Co-Op Resident Companies.

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