cancellation notice – COVID-19:
It is with much regret that we announce the cancellation “Girls Who Walked on Glass” at Alchemical Studios in New York City.
The health and safety of our audience, artists, and staff is of utmost importance. Therefore, following state safety and health during the Covid-19 crisis, Red Productions Events has cancelled all performances and workshops for the forseeable future.
We urge everyone to practice caution and follow the CDC’s guidelines for preventing the spread of Covid-19 at this time.
We appreciate your patience as all ticket holders will be contacted to arrange for refunds.
We will continue to monitor the situation and communicate updates to you as news develops.
PLEASE read below for information about our 2019 workshop production in Buffalo, NY.
GIRLS WHO WALKED ON GLASS
An immersive experimental theater piece
written by Gordon Farrell
with contributing authors Mollie Heckerling, Tatiana Gelfand, and Lucy A. Robbins
Coming to NYC spring 2020 (cancelled due to Covid-19)
Bad things happen to women in this world.
“Girls Who Walked on Glass” is based on real stories from young women of different backgrounds, making difficult and controversial choices in order to survive the minefield of modern society — some swept away by choices we may not agree with, and some who will triumph despite the pain of their journey.
“Broadway playwright Gordon Farrell creates a new maze of storytelling, where the audience literally walks along the journey with these women as they cope with life’s unpredictable, jagged edges.” –Jackie Jonmaire, BuffaloPlace.com
“Truly an immersive experience and a unique one! Very engaging, well written, and well-acted!” – Ann Marie Cusella, Buffalo Vibe Online
“A work of art… immersive, intense, and in your face. [Girls Who Walked On Glass is] a play that will stay with you… something special that, with the track record of the playwright, has every chance of international success. Unforgettable!” – Peter Hall, Buffalo Rising Magazine
“A rare, immersive theater event! An intriguing theatrical treat! Serious theatergoers will not want to miss this exceptional event.” – Anthony Chase, Buffalo News