DULCY

Genre: Comedy
by George S. Kaufman and Marc Connelly, directed by Kymm Zuckert

Dulcy, by George S. Kaufman and Marc Connelly, is a zany, screwball comedy about Dulcy, the madcap young newlywed who loves her husband, the movies, and meddling in everyone else's affairs, not necessarily in that order.  Dulcy is certain that, with a little help from her, her husband will make a brilliant business deal, the daughter of a houseguest will elope with a silent film writer whom she has just met, her butler will stay out of jail, and the millionaire who is visiting will fall in love with another guest, even though she is married to Dulcy's husband's business partner!  Will Dulcy destroy everything accidentally instead?  It's certainly possible!

Open:   06/18/10
Close:   07/03/10

Schedule:
Fri 6/18 @8pm, Sat 6/19 @8pm,
Sun 6/20 @2pm, Thur 6/24 @8pm,
Fri 6/25 @8pm, Sat 6/26 @8pm,
Sun 6/27 @2pm, Thur 7/1 @8pm,
Fri 7/2 @8pm, Sat 7/3 @8pm
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 student
Buy Tickets Online or Call: Wings Theatre Box Office at 212-627-2961
Company: Zephyer Rep
Brady Adair Blair Patterson

Brady Adair is happy to be performing with Zephyer Rep.  Entertaining audiences across the country, Brady has played over 50 roles in an extensive range of theatre and film productions.  New York credits include Walking the Dream (American Theatre of Actors), The Winter’s Tale (Wooden O) and various new works at Manhattan Children's Theatre.  Regional credits include Shakespeare in Hollywood (Pioneer Playhouse), The Taming of the Shrew (New England Shakespeare Festival), The Foreigner (Millbrook Playhouse) and All Quiet on the Western Front (World Premiere, Roxy Regional).  Film and television credits include "The Oracle," "Mistaken Identity," "Law and Order," and "The Forensic Files." Learn more at www.BradyAdair.com.

Sam Albertsen Gordon Smith

Sam Albertsen is thrilled to be performing alongside this talented cast in this hilarious ensemble piece known as Dulcy.  Sam is an actor from La Crosse, WI earning a bachelor's degree in Theatre Performance from the University of Wisconsin - La Crosse.  Sam was recently seen as Peter in Stop Kiss that was performed at the Gene Frankel Theatre and Eddie in Pizza Man that performed at the Midtown International Theatre Festival in which the role earned him a nomination for best actor in a play.  Sam does Stand-Up Comedy all over NYC and also is a founding member of Do You Like This In Your Face? improv and sketch who recently competed in the Sketchprov '09 competition at the PIT.  Sam would love to talk more about himself, but he's gonna stop while he's ahead.  Thank you Kymm for this opportunity and much love to my family.

Anthony Bagnetto Tom Sterrett

Anthony Bagnetto was most recently seen in the Off-Broadway production of Women Beware Women at the Red Bull Theater. Other Off Off-Broadway credits include Hamlet, MacBeth, Romeo and Juliet, Othello and the NYC premiers of Shortly After Takeoff, The Coming of Dick and Imposters. Film/TV credits include the lead in the PBS Pilot "Jr. Lab Ratz," "Combat Jump" on the History Channel and features Nothing Really Happens and A Night in the Hills. Visit him at www.anthonybagnetto.com

Francesca Barrett Mrs. Forbes

Francesca Barrett was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri also spending a lot of time in Buenos Aires, Argentina where she became fluent in Spanish. After moving to New York to attend HB Studios and studying for two years at The School for Film and Television she began working as an actor. She is currently a spokeswoman for Gerber and can be seen in the feature film Celibate in Chelsea  directed by John Partin and the short film “I’m Only Sleeping” directed by Joseph Zentil.  She has appeared in several national commercials such as Nicorette Orange, Pepperidge Farms, Lean Cuisine, and Baywatch to name a few.  In 2008 Francesca received rave reviews for the coveted roles of Linda Blackburn and Venus Youngblood, two very different characters within the same play in Trailerville, an original script written by Hannah Logan and directed by Eileen Galindo during it’s East Coast premiere at The Kraine in New York City.  After recently having her third child she is happy to be back on stage.

Ron Hirt C. Roger Forbes

Ron Hirt has been in many plays with Love Creek, Bootleg Theatre, and various other companies. Some of his favorite plays were Of Mice and Men, “Titanic”, “The Unseen Hand”, “Strawberry Chiffon”, “Ban Republican Marriage,” and “Snafu”. Ron has done independent films including “The Fallen” and “The Party”.

Katharine McKenzie Angela Forbes

Katharine McKenzie 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.

Kevin O'Brien was last seen in the play The Transparent Mask at The Beckmann Theater. Has studied at HB Studio, Second City Improv, and The Upright Citizens Brigade. Past stage performances include A Woman of No Importance by Oscar Wilde; Lord Byron's Love Letter by Tennessee Williams; Not My Fault by Christopher Durang, and Baal by Berthold Brecht. Television credits include: "As The World Turns", "Saturday Night Live", and "Late Night with Conan O'Brien". He is a frequent performer at Stand Up New York Comedy Club. SAG, AFTRA

Timothy Ryan Vincent Leach

Timothy is extremely happy to be a part of this production of Dulcy, and to be working with Zephyer Rep. Timothy was last seen as DJ in The All American Genderf*ck Cabaret. He fell in love with theater as a kid in Cleveland, Ohio and is living his dream of performing in New York City. He dedicates this performance to his amazing and supportive family and friends.

Amanda Van Nostrand Dulcy Smith

Amanda is thrilled to be making her debut performance with Zephyer Rep as Dulcy! Originally from Denver, she received her BA in Theatre, Film and Television from the University of Colorado.  Based in Brooklyn, Amanda has been seen in "Law and Order," on stage with The Red Tie Mafia, Upright Citizen's Brigade, Comix, and Pacific Standard.  Some of her favorite roles include: Natalya Stepanovna in Chekov's The Proposal, Susan in No Sex Please, We're British, Sissy in Come Back to the Five and Dime Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean, and Chrissy in the world premier of The Glider.  Amanda is so grateful for this opportunity and wouldn't have gotten anywhere if it weren't for the endless support of her family and friends.  

Charlie Wilson Bill Parker

Charlie Wilson is a graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, where he trained at both the Atlantic Theater Company Acting School and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. Recent theatre credits include Trofimov in The Cherry Orchard and Gregor Samsa in The Rain Machine, both performed at Columbia University. Prior to that he played Owen in Cake Productions' inaugural show, Sarah Phelps' Modern Dance for Beginners, at The Cherry Lane Studio. Charlie is thrilled to working with Zephyer Rep this summer.

Matthew Wise Schuyler Van Dyck

Matthew Wise is a graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts and The Atlantic Acting School.  Some of his New York credits include 365 Days/365 Plays at The Public Theater, Pericles at The Atlantic Stage 2, Four Dogs and a Bone at The Bridge, and Mason Dixon at The Ohio Theatre.  His television credits include "Rescue Me" on FX, "Celebrity Ghost Stories" on the Biography Channel, and "Monsters Inside Me" on the Animal Planet. 

Kymm Zuckert Director

Kymm Zuckert (Director) 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. 
 

 
Matt Klane Producer

Matt Klane (Producer) 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, NBC.com and NewYorkTimes.com.  He's recently produced The Cherry Orchard and Dear Brutus, as well as serving as scenic designer for Zephyer Rep.