Genre: Comedy
Neal Zupancic, Playwright. Corinne Neal, Director. Jesse Edward Rosbrow, Producer.

John hates everything and since he has everything, he's pretty miserable. Lucky for him, he finds a way to throw it all away!

"The Tragedy of John" is brought to you by the producers of last summer's successful run of "The Ocean Is Big And The Sky Is Blue," at the American Theatre of Actors, and of The Brooklyn Repertory Shakespeare Company's "Monday Night Shakespeare," currently running at the Brooklyn Lyceum in Park Slope. Theatre of the Expendable (TotE) is committed to providing a steady flow of quality theatre whose hallmark is our member artists' passion for their work. Most recently, TotE Artistic Director and "The Tragedy of John" producer Jesse Edward Rosbrow produced the successful production of "Hello, My Name Is..." at Theatre Row's Lion Theatre.

About the playwright: Neal Zupancic is the Director of the Brooklyn Repertory Shakespeare Company (BRSC) , and has directed its inaugural production, "The Tragedie of Cymbeline." About the director: Corinne Neal is a member of the upcoming 2007 Lincoln Center Directors Lab.

Cast: Liam Joynt, Desiree Matthews, Nathan Brisby, Christina Shipp, John Forkner, Benjamin Bowman

Preview:   04/26/07
Open:   04/26/07
Close:   05/13/07

Runs April 26th through May 13th, 2007, Thursdays through Saturdays @ 8pm and Sundays @ 3pm.
Theater:   Theatre Row's Studio Theatre
Address:   410 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036
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Cost:$18.00 ($10.00 Students w/ID)
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Greg Engbrecht has worked in New York City as an actor, director, and stage manager for three years. He received his BA in Theater at Ithaca College and his recent credits include Mountain Jews (Isaac) Off-Broadway, Titus Andronicus (Lucius Andronicus) at The Brick, Whisky, Beer, and Apple Pie (Chris) at the Abingdon, and the New York Premier of The Tragedy of John (Ben) at Theatre Row Studios. You can see him also in a spring release of the feature film Hated, (dir: Lee Madsen).