“It was amazing. I will never forget this show.”
The Possibility Project produces four original musicals in New York City each year. Performances have been held at various theaters across Manhattan and Brooklyn. Sign up for our mailing list and receive updates about performances.
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Our Foster Care Cast premieres their next original musical September 20-23, 2017. Tickets are available now!
Our newest original musical featuring our Foster Care Cast.
About the Show: In New York City, there is a dynamic mix of generations. Freddie is an old man who is entering his twilight years. As he looks back on his life, he realizes how he might have done things differently if only given the chance. While playing chess one day in Washington Square Park, Freddie befriends a young man, who like him as a youth, is living in foster care. Freddie and the young man talk about their experience of growing up in foster care and their hesitation to speak about it. Together they reflect on life in foster care and the social forces that exist in the lives of the people around them. With each meeting, they get closer and closer to the truth. But what does it mean to explore the past, and what does it mean for the future?
Marjorie S. Deane Little Theater at The West Side Y
10 W 64th St. / Central Park West
New York, NY 10023
A/C, B/D, 1 to Columbus Cir
N/Q/R/W to 57 St-7 Av
***All audience members must be at least 13 years old. No small children or babies will be admitted under any circumstances.***
Tickets are available on a sliding scale. Full price is $10 per ticket (includes anyone 13-19 yrs, and chaperons), but schools and organizations that have limited recreation budgets can select from a range of per-ticket prices, from $2 to $10 ea.
*We do have a limited number of complimentary tickets for organizations who do not have a Recreation Budget. You can request complimentary tickets through the group ticket request form. You will then receive an email informing you whether we are able to approve your request.
Group Ticket FAQ’s
Yes, 13 and over. Because of the sensitive nature of some story lines in the show, we require all audience members to be at least 13 years of age (no babies or small children, please!). Attendees should be capable of handling scenes that may be considered emotionally intense. There are no exceptions to this age policy.
You must call 24hrs in advance to change your ticket order. There are no refunds for unused tickets at the door.
All tickets are held at the theater’s box office on the night of the show. Groups should plan to arrive at least 30 minutes before the performance begins in order to pick up their tickets and find seats. Please arrive together.
You will receive a response to your request within 3 business days.
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“I was deeply moved and highly impressed with the talent and the truth."