BRIDAL TERRORISM

Genre: Comedy
Written by Bill Rosenfield and Directed by Bill Barry

Bridal Terrorism is a dark comedy about the tactics one woman uses to capture a groom. This one act play asks the question, how far would a woman go to become a bride?

Produced by Special arrangement with Samuel French INC.
About the Company: Diversity Players Of Harlem

Diversity Players of Harlem, strive to ensure education and enlightenment opportunities through diverse forms of artistic and creative medium. It is our ultimate goal to nurture youth of undiscovered talents, and produce platforms for artists of various backgrounds. Furthermore, we believe that effectively meeting our goal will cure some of the societal ills affecting our communities.

Open:   11/08/06
Close:   11/12/06

Schedule:
Wednesdayday to Saturday at 7:00PM, Sunday @ 6:00PM
Theater:   Producers Club Theatres
Address:   358 W 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
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Cost:$10.00 General Admission
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Amy Boeding May Wilder
This is Amy's second show with Quad Boro Entertainment and she is thrilled to be back. Amy's credits include Audrey in "Little Shop", May in "Bridal Terrorism", Juliet in "Romeo and Juliet" and two performances at the Kennedy Center of the original script "Dear Finder". She is a transplant from Minnesota, where she filmed her first Feature Length indi film, "Now Hiring".

Bill Barry Lionel Stark
Bill Barry has recently appeared as Charlie in the Heights Players production of 'Da' and in Quad Boro Entertainment's production of 'Bridal Terrorism' and 'Dead Man's Apartment'. He has also appeared in The Drama Repertory Theatre productions of 'The Retreat' and 'Maggie, A Girl of the Streets'. Bill is thrilled to be working with such a hardworking and talented cast and crew and would like to send out a special thanks to Arthur for his guidance and support.

Laurence Waltman Terry Winship

Theater: Documentary: A Suicide Narrative (Co-Op Theater East), Much Ado About Nothing (The NorthEast Shakespeare Ensemble), Ghosts (Phare Play Productions), The Scarlet Whale (The Metropolitan Playhouse), Blue Fire On The Water (Dixon Place), The Holocaust Kid (13th Street Repertory Theater), Bridal Terrorism, A Marriage Proposal, and A Family’s Play (with Diversity Players of Harlem). Film: Independent productions of Adrift In Manhattan and Anything For You. Training: Larry Singer Studio. Thanks to Giuseppe & Phare Play Productions.

Nina Capone Gina Willis

Nina hails from Philadelphia, Boston & Chicago before moving to New York in 2003. She is a speech-language pathologist for over 10 years, member of the Matthew Corozine Studio, and a repertory member of Love Creek Productions.  She recently led the cast in the surrealist play Dialogue of Insects, and Then or Now (NYC Strawberry Festival semi-finalist), and appeared in Pirandello's Six Characters in Search of an Author (Love Creek Productions). She directs one-act plays and short full-length plays at the American Theater for Actors, the Algonquin Theater, and the Producer's Club.  Nina recently directed for the Phare Play 21 hour play festival winning "best use of prop"-award (WWSS5.blogspot.com) and for Duncan Pflaster's Six Silences in Three Movements for the Arts in Action play-reading series.  Full-length, assistant director credits: Times Square Arts Center, 59E59 Theater, Algonquin Theater.  Other performance credits: Nick Hall's Accommodations, Neighbors and Hero Worship, both by Walt Vail, Strindberg's The Stronger, Bridal Terrorism, The Passion of Howard Tripp, Savage in Limbo, many one-act plays, and a monologue trilogy that she penned. She played Doc in the NY Film Academy film Bingo Bango. Next up: Nina plays Tess in the independent film Jobert's Painting, written and directed by Derrick J. Early; and will again appear in the NYC Strawberry Festival as the President of the United States.  Contact Nina:  nina_c_capone@yahoo.com

Lorraine Condos Betty Wilder
Lorraine says she's recycling herself in her theatrical career. After guiding her children, and assisting her late husband Tap Dancer/Actor Steve Condos' career, she left her warm South Florida home and headed for New York City!!! She says it was all because of Billy Joel's song "I'm in a New York State of Mind", that gave her the courage to make the trip. Like all aspiring actors, she got a job telemarketing. She slept on friends' sofas to save money for photos and classes, while persistently chipping away at becoming an actor.

Lorraine has a cameo role in the documentary 'Tis Autumn' based on the life of jazz vocalist Jackie Paris, playing at national film festivals. She has appeared in several episodes of 'Law and Order' and the soap opera 'As the World Turns'. She is also seen in Robert Deniro's directorial debut film 'The Good Shepard'. Lorraine has several commercials to her credit as well. She has produced and directed several DVD's on her late husband's career and his teachings and has directed tap dance concerts. She is also a poet, and has performed readings at local venues.

Lorraine continues to have that "New Kid on the Block" attitude in all her endeavors, and was thrilled to be cast as Betty in 'Bridal Terrorism'.

Val Balaj Colin Willis
Val Balaj is a founding member of Quad Boro Entertainment. Val started acting eight years ago and has appeared in several shows in and around New York. He most recently starred in the Heights Players' production of 'Of Mice and Men' as Lenny. He also appeared in the Heights Players' children's play 'Out of the Woods' with his daughter Sophia. Val would like to thank all the people who have supported him throughout the years.