Connection Theatre Company




Six ten -minute plays,

presented as staged readings, 

inspired by the documentary

“The Journey of Man”
By analyzing DNA from people in all regions of the world, geneticist Dr. Spencer Wells has concluded that all humans alive today are descended from a single man who lived in Africa around 60,000 years ago.  Wells addresses this and other issues in a book, The Journey of Man: A Genetic Odyssey, and a National Geographic documentary of the same title. In a straightforward story, he explains how he traced the exodus of modern humans from Africa by analyzing genetic changes in DNA from the y-chromosome.  - Hillary Mayell for National Geographic News




Plays include:

Discovering Rootbeer by Jason Powell

Gravity Is The Biggest Lie by Phillip E.  Schmiedl

Unlike Here On Earth by Cheryl Games

Mooning 34th Street by Christine Bruno

Relativity  by Mrinalini Kamath

The Big Wave by Aurin Squire



Jonathan Albert, Christine Bruno, Jay Charan, Chris Chinn, Geeta Citygirl, Luis Gonell, Thai-Hoa Le, Achilles Lavidis, Mario Mendoza,  Tracey Silver, James Singletary, Sakura Sugihara, David Spangler &  Lisa Stump-Pine.


Directed by Melissa Attebery

Live Music by Reid Taylor & Madhu Siddappa


July 21, 22 & 23 2005

8:00 PM

Admission is free!



New School For Drama Theater, Third Floor

151 Bank Street

One block north of 11th Street, between Washington and West Street

Near A, C, E trains ( 14th Street Station)

or 1, 2, 3, 9 ( 14th Street Station)


For information call 212-841-1678 

email ctctheatreco@aol.com

or visit www.connectiontheatrecompany.com


Connection Theatre Company


333 West 19th Street #1E

New York, NY 10011

(212) 841-1678


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