AN OFF-WHITE AFTERNOON

Genre: Comedy, Festival
©Matt Schoen
Written by Eric Meyer, Directed by Jason Narvy

On the heels of its smash hit Twelfth Night: The Drinking Game ("conceptual and comestible" – The New York Times), the Legitimate Theater Company presents the world premiere of An Off-White Afternoon, a comedy of manners with a twist, at The 10th International New York Fringe Festival -- FringeNYC. Playwright Eric Meyer premiered his play Clever at FringeNYC in 2003, and director Jason Narvy is best known for playing villain "Skull" on the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.

Middle-aged Henry knows everything there is to know about his wife Alice, except with whom she's been having "meetings". When a member of Alice's Women's Group arrives distraught and mysteriously early with two unsavory companions, Henry is confronted with something he's never had to deal with before: the unknown. In this pitch black comedy, realism and absurdity collide at full speed as Henry discovers how far he will go to gain information about his wife.

An Off-White Afternoon is an Equity Approved Showcase.


Cast: Jason Narvy-Director , Asta Hansen, Anne Carlisle, Dan Pfau, Ian Schoen

Open:   08/20/06
Close:   08/27/06

Schedule:
Sunday, August 20 at Noon
Tuesday, August 22 at 3:00 pm
Wednesday, August 23 at 10:00 pm
Friday, August 25 at 3:00 pm
Sunday, August 27 at 4:15 pm
Theater:   Connelly Theater
Address:   220 East 4th Street
New York, NY 10009
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Closest subway: 6 to Astor Place. Walk south to 4th Street, east to theatre

Cost:$15.00
Buy Tickets Online or Call: FringeNYC at (212) 279-4488
Presented by: Legitimate Theater Company         Official Web Site: www.legitimatetheater.com
Cash Tilton Henry
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 channel125.com, blip.tv, and elswhere on the Web, Cash delivers satirical news commentary and makes unkind remarks about politicians and other celebrities.