| Open: 01/11/12 Close: 01/15/12 - American Theatre Of Actors
Tempted by the prophecies of three mysterious witches, Macbeth’s ambition to be King of Scotland leads him into a nightmarish world of evil, deceit, and murder. Monstrous actions run rampant as he and Lady Macbeth lose themselves to unstoppable drives of savagery and political atrocity.
Produced and Directed by Tony White
Assistant Directed by Ryan Victor Pierce
Stage Managed by Sharon Murphy
Design by David Nash
Featuring: Ian Richard Barnes, Jacqueline Chambers, Jennifer Desmarais, Lawrence Frank, John Freeman, Laura Grayson, Will Harmon, Yan Kirichenko, Sam Lopresti, Ashley Marinaccio, David Nash, Bradley J Sumner, Tony Travostino, Dylan Digel
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| Open: 11/02/07 Close: 11/07/07 - Producers Club Theatres
ETC Productions and The Supporting Characters present the world premiere of New Orleans by Lloyd Pace, directed by Cynthia Granville. New Orleans revisits the old City of Dreams; a woman (Molly Callahan) looks back as a young girl in the 1950's and tries to piece together the puzzle of who she is, who her family was, and why something had to happen in a hotel in New Orleans that changed them forever.
The eleven year old Ms. Callahan has appeared in the Critics Choice finals of NYC's Samuel French Festivals and various performances and readings in Westchester County. Others in the cast of eleven include Bruce Barton (Busted Jesus Comix, Germans in Paris), Francis Callahan (No Exit, Moon for the Misbegotten), Tony White (Winter's Tale, Rope), Katherine Parks (Nancy with an N, Night of the Iguana) and Cynthia Granville (With and Without, Talley's Folly, the upcoming feature The Mind), the artistic director of The Supporting Characters, a company seeking to develop new work from initial collaborative lab sessions through public performance. Visit thesupportingcharacters.com for more information.
|Swimming In The Shallows
| Open: 04/14/10 Close: 04/18/10 - Shetler Studios
What do Buddhist Monks, a shark and a lesbian wedding have in common? The answer can be found in Adam Bock’s Swimming in the Shallows. Barb, Carla Carla, Donna and Nick are each searching for the thing that will bring them peace and happiness. The comedy follows them on their quests through yard sales, dumps, recovery groups and aquariums. Will they be brave enough to tear down the barriers that they have perhaps constructed themselves?
| Open: 05/10/07 Close: 05/20/07 - Sargent Theatre
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"A young girl grows up on a lake. A man happens by, sees her, and, having nothing else to do, destroys her." The Seagull. A comedy - Russian style.