Photography Collection from the 1950’s, 60’s, & 70’s
EndTimes is an independent Theater/Film Production Company founded in New York City in 2006.
Since then, EndTimes has produced 8 Full-Length Productions, and over 100 short plays, involving the talents of almost 300 theater artists. The company has performed in the New York, San Francisco, and Edinburgh Fringe Festivals, winning top honors for Best Production, Best Director, and Best Ensemble at the San Francisco Fringe Festival in 2008 for William Whitehursts Knuckleball, and again in 2009 for Mark Borkowskis The Godling. EndTimes also won the Best Production award in 2010 for its presentation of Jamie Kings TMZTV at the Shortened Attention Span Festival. EndTimes has been widely featured in various publications, including, Time Out New York, The New York Times, The Huffington Post, The San Francisco Chronicle, and Broadwayworld.com
EndTimes focuses on work that is dark and satiric, with an underlying element of social commentary. Incorporating dance, music, vaudeville, and comedy, we produce high-energy, entertaining theater that is aimed at a wider audience than more traditional forms. Drawing for inspiration from sources as varied as the Marx Brothers, Alice Cooper, Robert Anton Wilson, Del Close, the Annoyance, and George Romero, EndTimes merges popular forms with the ancient tradition of live performance to create a theater experience that is appealing and accessible to modern audiences.
Naked Holidays NYC was first produced in 2007 as a one-off production, at the invitation of the Gene Frankel Theater. We had such a good time doing it, and the audience response, and later critical response, was so positive, that were now into our 5th annual edition. Naked Holidays NYC has become a beloved New York holiday season institution; a fun-loving, hard-drinking, satiric counterpoint to Radio City (to which the show has been compared favorably by Time Out New York). NHNYC puts the pagan revelry back into the holiday season with new sketches, musical numbers, and yes, naked people, every year, in what both the Huffington Post and the New York Times have called one of the raciest, raunchiest, and funniest adult-themed holiday shows in town.