Genre: Other
Heart's Desire written by Caryl Churchill, Jesus Hector Christ written by Ian Schoen

From the company that produced the critically acclaimed, smash hit Twelfth Night: The Drinking Game ("conceptual and comestible" – The New York Times) comes an evening of one-act plays that packs a heavy theatrical punch. Legitimate Theater Company member Max Seide directs Caryl Churchill's staggering surrealist piece Heart's Desire. Couple Brian and Alice wait for their daughter Suzy to return from Australia. Along with Brian's sister Maisie, they want the homecoming to be just right. Their perfect occasion, however, is interrupted by bickering and the arrival of unexpected guests, including their alcoholic son, gun-toting visitors and a giant bird. Acclaimed British playwright Churchill's absurd satire offers an entertaining view of what can and cannot be controlled.

Legitimate Theater Company founding member Ian Schoen directs the world premiere of his latest play, Jesus Hector Christ. When a crisis befalls Clyde and his girlfriend Natalie, they both turn to Tim for moral support, a place to crash, and an answer to the questions they are afraid to ask. What results is an insightful examination of three characters that are unable to say what needs to be said.

Cast: Kent Meister-Producer , Morgan Anne Zipf-Lighting , Max Seide-Director , Alyssa Yackley-Stage Mgr , Mimi Jefferson, Janice Bishop, Richard Lovejoy, Ian Schoen-Director , Christopher Norwood, Eric Brown, Brenda Cooney

Preview:   06/21/06
Open:   07/08/06
Close:   07/24/06

Preview: Wednesday, June 21 at 8 pm
Production: June 22 - July 8, Thursday - Sunday at 8 pm
Theater:   Gene Frankel Theatre
Address:   24 Bond St.
New York, NY 10012
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Closest subway: 6 to Bleecker, walk north to Bond, west to the theatre

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Cash Tilton Heart's Desire: Brian
Cash Tilton currently appears as Randall in "One Seat in the Shade" in the New York Fringe Festival. He portrayed Moreau in RadioTheatre's "Island of Dr. Moreau" at 59E59, which is nominated in the category of Outstanding Performance Art Piece in the 2008 New York Innovative Theatre Awards, and was a lovestruck CEO in Emerging Artists Theatre's spring one-acts. Onscreen in "Sexina: Popstar, P.I.," he's a computer scientist who is forced to create a cyborg boy band, with which evil record company exec Adam West plans to dominate the music industry and possibly the entire world. In the Ed-E-Torials on,, and elswhere on the Web, Cash delivers satirical news commentary and makes unkind remarks about politicians and other celebrities.