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After seven years languishing on Pennsylvania’s death row for a crime he did not commit, Lyle Dawkins has been released and has relocated to New Jersey with his family. More than anything, Lyle wants a nice lady to share his new freedom with – and the single life in Jersey is hard enough without a difficult-to-explain seven-year gap in your recent past. In this dark(er) comedy, Lyle learns to navigate his exoneration in a changed world of bizarre electronic gadgets, years of missed baseball stats and trades, and online dating nightmares.
*denotes actor appearing courtesy of Actors' Equity Association
Cast: Brad Makarowski*, Thomas Poarch*, Emily Bohannon, Kelly Scanlon, Christina Norris, Jessica Charys Tanner, Jennifer Zoe Zoephel-Stage Mgr
Sunday, July 26th at 7:30pm
Theater: Producers Club Theatres
Address: 358 W 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
|Cost:FREE or Call: Louise at 917-446-9372|
Thomas Poarch - (SAG/AFTRA, AEA, WGAE): former Peace Corps English teacher (Africa), cowboy line dancer/DJ, magazine research editor, Notary Public, (but still) son of a preacher man. Actor/writer/producer with numerous TV, film, theater and commercial credits, he regularly appears as the dad in Nick@Nite's branded interstitial series, Home Court, and has co-starred on Gossip Girl (CW), Blue Bloods (CBS), One Life To Live (ABC), As The World Turns (CBS), All My Children (ABC), plus the TV pilots, Titans of Gefa (starring with Hal Ozsan & Finola Hughes), and Wiseguys, currently being pitched in Hollywood. For the past five years, he has played "Principal Snelgrove" in the off-Broadway hit, The Awesome 80's Prom, and his original webseries, brosephs.com, has been featured online and was presented by the WGAE for the US Senate Judiciary Committee promoting new media entertainment. Other theater credits include: The Best Little Whorehouse in TX (natl. tour); Urban Cowboy (Broadway reading); Victor/Victoria (1st NYC revival) and, Take This Show and Shove It!, in which he starred and co-wrote with Broadway writer/director Phil Oesterman. He is also an improv actor and graduate of New York's Upright Citizens Brigade, National Comedy Theater and Tragic Improv. More at thomaspoarch.com.