ONE NIGHT ONLY
(Running as long as we can)

 

"it should make your head spin in the best of ways!"

- The New York Times

 

 photography by Joan Marcus

photography by Joan Marcus

For all booking inquiries in North America please contact Elsie Management:

Elsie Management
Laura Colby, Director
laurac@elsieman.org

 

"It will be humorous, it will be fun and, despite your cynical self, you will laugh."

- The New York Times

 

2017 Off-Broadway run presented by WP Theater in association with New Neighborhood

 

Monica Bill Barnes & Company joined forces with WP Theater in association with New Neighborhood for One Night Only (running as long as we can). WP Theater (formerly known as Women’s Project Theater), under the leadership of Producing Artistic Director Lisa McNulty and Managing Director Michael Sag, presented Monica Bill Barnes & Company in their Off-Broadway debut as part of their 2017-2018 40th Anniversary Season at WP Theater in September 2017. New Neighborhood is a theatre/TV/music company whose sincerity and authenticity are so combustible they cannot be housed under one roof for too long without doing severe structural damage.

 

Tonight the clock is running and so are they! Longtime performing partners Monica Bill Barnes and Anna Bass will leave it all on the field in this world premiere production that turns dance into a live sporting event.  It’s got just as much heart (and potential for failure!) as the 2016 World Series.  Everyday movements will be taken to monumental new heights as Barnes and Bass summon a night of unexpected joy from manic finger snapping, competitive spinning, and non-stop athleticism.  

 photography by Joan Marcus

photography by Joan Marcus

One Night Only (Running As Long As We Can) was made possible with generous support from Jody and John Arnhold, Howard Gilman Foundation, Kevin Spacey Foundation, The Harkness Foundation for Dance, The Mary Duke Biddle Foundation, Bossak/Heilbron Charitable Foundation, public funds from the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and by the NY State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the NY State Legislature.