The Vince Mazza ONE/act Festival
The Vince Mazza One-Act Festival: is an playwright/one-act festival named in memory of longtime Brooklyn actor/singer and, of course, playwright Vince Mazza, whose untimely death was a shock to all of Brooklyn and beyond. Mazza was a posthumous winner in the group’s inaugural festival, which took place just two months after his loss. Annually BrooklynONE produces plays, from submissions all across the globe, with one by Mazza, and presented over a 2 week period in the fall.
brooklynONE: Reading Series
The brooklynONE reading series provides an opportunity for shorter works to be compiled into a fun interactive night of theatre and entertainment. The reading series travels from venue to venue performing a variety of different scenes and one acts.
A Playwright Grows in Brooklyn Youth ONE/act festival
Youth playwrights and actors get a chance to produce and explore works together. This is a younger version of our Mazza festival.
In The Name of Kane
Staying true to our roots and the community activism and involvement first instilled in the company when it was founded, these special music, concert and performance events not only entertain, but raise money for charitable causes.
Spend a night dedicated to a playwright. brooklynONE performs an anthology of works by a single playwright.
Tom Kane's Boulevard Bards: housed at Boulevard Books and Cafe in Dyker Heights Brooklyn, this group supports and maintains Brooklyn's Poets and writers with monthly open mic nights and other special events.