Genre: Comedy
By Blake Bradford, with special material by Linda Hill, Matt Klane, and Kymm Zuckert

Tony and Steve were once happily engaged to be married.

It didn't end well. 

One went to rehab and the other went to Ben and Jerry's.  A lot.  So when they both unexpectedly showed up with friends on their prepaid honeymoon where us three reformed country crooners reside with Miss Lindy Loo... well... our lives became much more complicated.  Young love blossoms on our beaches, old love becomes violent on the dance floor.  There's blogs, and strip tap dancing, and even Christian Yoga going on here.  How odd!   

We'd tell you more, but we're too busy cleaning up the mess these people left. 

The Cowgirlettes



Aug 5-29, 2010 at Wings Theatre (154 Christopher St)

Blake Bradford's Unfortunate Honeymoon first premiered in Toronto in 2008.  Wings Theatre is proud to present the NY Premiere of this zangy country western comedy about the redemptive power of love.  Following a bad breakup, Tony and Steve are reunited when they both show up on their prepaid honeymoon to Lindy Loo's Hideaway in the Bahamas.  They come to an agreement to immediately part company, but things go awry when the friends they brought along (Rachel, a blog editor, and Bobby, a suburbanite college kid) fall head over heels for each other.  Lindy Loo and her Cowgirlettes try everything they can to reconnect the boys during their time at the Hideaway, but it isn't until Steve's Born-Again mother (a Christian Yoga enthusiast) and grandmother (who has a few secrets up her sleeve) arrive that things get heated and rekindled.  Can the boys learn to forgive and start all over again? 

Open:   08/05/10
Close:   08/29/10

Thurs-Sat @8pm, Sun @2pm
8/5 @ 8pm, 8/6 @ 8pm, 8/7 @ 8pm, 8/8 @ 2pm
8/12 @ 8pm, 8/13 @ 8pm, 8/14 NO SHOW, 8/15 @ 2pm
8/19 @ 8pm, 8/20 @ 8pm, 8/21 @ 8pm, 8/22 @ 2pm
8/26 @ 8pm, 8/27 NO SHOW, 8/28 @ 8pm, 8/29 @ 2pm
Theater:   Wings Theatre
Address:   154 Christopher Street
New York, NY 10014
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Closest subway: 1, 9 to Christopher Street, west on Christopher Street several blocks to theatre

Cost:$20 regular, $15 for students (must show valid ID)
Buy Tickets Online or Call: Wings Theatre Box Office at 212-627-2961
Company: Zephyer Rep

Linda Hill (Lindy Loo) first made a name for herself in the field of improvisational and stand up comedy in San Francisco where she was in such groups as Spaghetti Jam, Femprov and National Theater of the Deranged. Soon she struck out on her own as one of 8 women comics who were working in stand up at the time and she performed and became friends with such talents as Diane Amos (the "Pine Sol Lady"), Whoopi Goldberg, Marga Gomez, Tom Ammiano, Kevin Meaney and Robin Williams to name but a few. Her television appearances include "Comedy Tonight" on PBS for three years, one as host; The "TV IQ Test" for which she won a California Emmy, "Two Guys with Amazing Shorts" on HBO; "Two Drink Minimum" on Comedy Central; and "Nashville Now" on TNN. She is proud to be a member of Zephyer Rep Company.

Matt Klane (Tony)  has performed in Arcadia and Gay Slave Handbook at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, as well as being a writer and performer for MIND BLEACH. Matt's acting and writing have been recently featured on CNBC, AMC, National Lampoon Network, The New York Times,, and Matt is a fully trained advanced actor-combatant with the SAFD, and has studied as a Fight Director and Choreographer under Swordmaster Joe Travers.  He holds a teaching license from New York State, and has taught undergraduate Stage Combat courses in three states.  His choreography and stunt work has been seen here in the NYC area for the past eight years accross the off- and off-off-broadway stage, as well as on on MSNBC, AMC, and  He's recently produced The Cherry Orchard and Dear Brutus, as well as serving as scenic designer for Zephyer Rep.

Carol Neiman (Jean) This is Carol's third turn on the Wings stage - she appeared as Eunice in Blake Bradford's I, Undertow last year, and, more recently, as Rita in Kate Marks' Bird House. In her various lead and supporting roles off-off Broadway and in indie films, Carol's characters have been either dying or dead so often that it could creep her out a little if she didn't have so much fun doing it, and she's happy to be very much alive in this production. A lifelong vagabond originally from Texas, Carol settled down in New York City about twelve years ago, a fact that still surprises her when she wakes up in the morning and finds herself still here.


Madeline Reed was most recently seen as Sebastian Lore/Oatsie Carew in the Rep @ NYU production of Vampire Lesbians of Sodom/Sleeping Beauty or Coma. She also appeared as an unhinged grade school teacher in the upcoming film "The Video Guys". She can also be seen as Detective Powell in the film "Fog Warning", which has been included in the Fright Night Festival as well as Shockerfest International Film Festival. Her training includes The Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London and T. Schreiber Studio in New York. While at RADA she appeared as Bottom in Midsummer Nights Dream and as Nerissa in Merchant of Venice. Other favorite past roles include L’il Bit in How I Learned to Drive, Elizabeth Proctor in The Crucible, Mistress Page in Merry Wives of Windsor and Sandra in The Exonerated.

K. B. Thomas (Steve) is excited to be returning to the stage here at Wings Theatre.  Recent performances include ART (Ivan), Office Hours (Artie), and Fragments (Troy), as well as several appearances with the sketch comedy group, MIND BLEACH.  Favorite past roles: Sebastian in Gay Slave Handbook, which he toured with Matt Klane and Kymm Zuckert for nine months, and a solo show compiled from the works of David Sedaris called Bitter, Bitter, Burnt.  He would like to thank his parents, who insanely gave him the first name of Kary while raising him in the center of the Bible Belt.  They have yet to explain this. 

Susan Kirby (Donna Ann) Following a 20-year intermission during which she portrayed an editor at The New York Times, Susan Kirby returned to the stage last December as a 30++ chorus girl in Christmas Rappings at Judson Memorial Church. She studies singing with Woody Regan and sings in his workshop. She has studied acting at the University of Colorado, the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and HB Studio, and with Gene Frankel, David Perry and Lenore Stefanik. Susan has been appearing recently in a number of short independent and student films, including Love Under Glass, directed by Diane Ingino, and 69, a SUNY-Purchase student film directed by Mattson Tomlin. She is thrilled to be back at Wings, where she recently sang in two Angel Drake presentations, "Songs to Stalk By" and "Sex, Drugs and Rock ’n’ Roll". Susan and her alter egos appear on her Web site,

Jake Zachry (Bobby) graduated in May from The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts/ School for Film and Television. He started acting in childrens theater at Charleston Southern University with roles like Pinocchio and Prince Charming. He is very excited to be apart of this wonderful show and this amazingly talented cast. As always, I love you Mom, Papa and Brandon! Special thanks to the best mentors in the world Charlotte, Ciaran, Dr. Williams and Omar!

Katharine McKenzie (Cowgirlette) graduated with a bachelor's in history and pre-veterinary medicine from the University of Notre Dame, then ran away to New York to be an actress.  Favorite past roles include The Maid in Boston Marriage and Polly in Three Penny Opera.  She is grateful, as always, to her parents.

Zade O'Blenes (Cowgirlette)  is a Canadian born actor whom, after getting her start in various stage productions across Canada, decided to head south to study acting at The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts. She was in several plays while attending NYCDA including Macbeth (Lady M.), I am a Camera  (Natalia)  The Duchess of Malfi (Sweet Jane) and Cinderella with the Galli Childrens' Theatre. She is now a graduate and will take on the big bad New York scene one creative project at a time.

Drina Seay (Cowgirlette) is thrilled to be making her NYC theatrical debut at the Wings Theater. She currently performs with her band, Drina & the Deep Blue Sea, for which she writes songs, sings, and plays guitar. She is a frequent guest harmony singer with Li'l Mo & the Monicats and Sean Kershaw & the New Jack Ramblers, and appears on both the new album by Li'l Mo & the Monicats, On The Moon, and Sean Kershaw's latest release Coney Island Cowboy. She is a regular performer in Linda Hill’s monthly music and comedy show,  Lindy Loo’s Country Cuzins. She has also recently performed as Dolly Parton in the Demolition String Band’s Americana Family Jamboree. Past theater roles include Rosie in Bye, Bye Birdie, The Narrator in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, and Jennie Anderson in Shenandoah. Drina wishes to thank her wonderful husband Dave for all his love and encouragement.

Kymm Zuckert DIRECTOR

Kymm Zuckert is a graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy, Circle-in-the-Square Theatre School and New York University. Kymm has been working in the theatre for forty years. She started performing at the age of three in such plays as The Little Clown Who Forgot How to Laugh, a French-language version of Sleeping Beauty and the original reading of Devour the Snow, as well as appearing in television shows like “Sanford and Son”, “Baa Baa Black Sheep” and “Days of Our Lives”. She recalls almost every character she played as a child was named Jenny. As an adult, Kymm has been a performer and director with various theatre companies: Love Creek Productions, Foolish Mortals and Phare Play Productions. She has performed as Josie in Moon for the Misbegotten, April in The Hot L Baltimore, Leona in Small Craft Warnings and Marie-Ange in the world premiere of Maiden's Progeny (Off-Broadway). She has been a director for the past twenty years, for such shows as Dear Brutus, A Woman of No Importance,Orpheus Descending, Ghosts, Arcadia, A Doll's House, Cloud Nine, Closer, Gay Slave Handbook and Shirley Valentine.

Blake Bradford PLAYWRIGHT

Blake Bradford is an Emmy Award winning writer/director whose theatrical work has appeared all over the US and internationally in Canada, Mexico, Greece, Scotland/England, Denmark, Italy and South Africa. His original plays I, Undertow, Dance at Bataan, The Last Cloud, Gay Slave Handbook and Word Within the Word are actively seen in the regional circuits and NYC. He has adapted Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard (1920's Charleston, SC), which has now played NYC twice, as well as Lorca's The House of Bernarda Alba (with music composed by Lorca).  

Blake is currently on the staff of "Live from Lincoln Center" (PBS), where they won a 2008 Emmy for Madama Butterfly. Other TV credits include "The Big Gay Sketch Show" (LOGO/MTV), "Showtime at the Apollo" (NBC), "Drama Desk Awards" (PBS) and "Arthur Ashe Kids Day" (CBS).  He serves as Artistic Director of Zephyer Rep and studies playwriting with Bill Svanoe.  He sends a HUGE thank you to Linda Hill, Matt Klane, and Kymm Zuckert for their incredible work on this script.  He'd also like to thank this lovely cast for making the process such fun!


Emily Rolston (Production Stage Manager) Emily is a recent graduate of Le Moyne College with a BA in Theatre Arts.  She has stage managed twelve shows with Zephyer Rep.  Previously, Emily has worked as a stage manager/assistant stage manager for the Gifford Family Theatre, Boomerang Theatre Company, and Wingspan Arts.