Genre: Drama
by Neal Bell, adapted from the novel by Emile Zola. Directed by Michael Page

A dark, surreal exploration of the human subconsious, Therese Raquin tells the tale of a young woman trapped by circumstance, whose desperate stabs at freedom only drive her deeper towards her own destruction. Told through a stream of short scenes, alternately comic and horrific, the play fluidly combines images of beauty and brutality.

Cast: Dianna Marino, Brian Greer, Toby Knops, David Bunch, Frank Caiati, Laren Bauer, Kevin Dhaniram, Sarah Michelson, Eric Fitzgerald-Stage Mgr , Josh Rose-Lighting
Preview:   02/01/07
Open:   02/01/07
Close:   02/10/07

February 1-3 and February 8-10
curtain is 8pm sharp
Theater:   Looking Glass Theatre
Address:   422 W 57th St
New York, NY 10019
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When she took up acting as a sort of "mid-life adventure," Carol finally found out what she wants to be when she grows up. Following that realization, she has appeared in lead and supporting roles in a number of off-off Broadway productions, including Therese Raquin (directed by Michael Page), The Importance of Being Earnest (a Phare Play production) and I, Undertow (written by Blake Bradford). She has also worked in a number of independent films, including Roger Ingraham's "Moonshine" (selected for the 2006 Sundance Film Festival "Midnight Madness" program) and  as performer / voiceover talent in multimedia fine arts installations. She works out every Sunday morning at HB Studio, as a member of Michael Beckett's Experimental Workshop, where she's developing a one-woman show based on a recent yearlong sabbatical in her native Texas.