Genre: Classical
by Brendon Cowell

Guy, Jules & Crazy Bob find themselves trapped in the most important hour of their lives as they struggle to define who they are, what they have done, and the type of MEN they will become when it is all over. Strangely lorded over by the disembodied female voice of Haizel, and the terrifying approach of the ‘end', so begins a wildly energetic and often dangerous romp through the dark side of masculinity and beyond...
Open:   06/20/19
Close:   Open Run

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Theater:   Riverside Park
Address:   W. 89th Street & Riverside Drive
New York, NY
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Subway Info: Take the 1, 2 or 3 train to 86th Street

Cost:$15.00, $10.00 Seniors & Students
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Ben Mathews as Guy
Originally from Australia, Ben is a graduate of the Atlantic Theater Company Acting School, New York. He has appeared in many short films and plays. Previous productions include Waiting for Lefty (which he also directed, at the Knitting Factory), A Man for All Seasons, The Maiden's Prayer, The Beast Festival, Black Codes, The Balcony, An Adult Evening of Shel Silverstein, Little Malcolm and His Struggle Against the Eunuchs, Black Comedy, Rhinoceros, Romeo & Juliet, Titus Andronicus, and the Zoo Story.

He has also directed productions of Mamet's Oleanna, Pinter's The Lover and the New York premiere of Kris Elgstrand's The Notebook.

Tamara is a graduate of the Atlantic Theater Company Acting School. Tamara has worked as a producer and actor with Cheeky Monkey Productions, Mustard Seed Productions, MAGI Theatre and Camelbite in Sydney and Hair of the Dog in NYC.

She also worked as an assistant producer with SEL & GFO (recent Tony winners; Hairspray) in Australia on the Wizard of OZ, Grease!, and Man of La Mancha. Recent Acting credits include: He Died with a Felafel in his Hand, A Man for all Seasons, AN Adult evening of Shel Silverstein, Italian American Reconciliation. Paradise, Trust, Baby with the Bath Water. Balm in Gilead. Henry V, and the films Get Rich Quick, Outlaw, and Vodka Rocks.

Tam gives appreciative wags of the tail to Jay and James and sends love to her family in OZ.