Genre: Drama
written by Joe Silvio, directed by Joe Turci

To Paul is a character driven journey thrusting 4 friends into the harshly abrubt reality of loss, all the while dealing with their own mortality and shrouded secrets. The show takes place on the morning of a close friends funeral, causing the four remaining friends to change their lives and help each other to cope. It is a drama that enables the characters to discover comedy and revelation in this dark time.
Open:   05/02/07
Close:   05/06/07

8pm May 2-5
2pm May 5 & 6
Theater:   45th Street Theater
Address:   354 W 45th St
New York, NY 10036
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Cost:$10.00, $5.00 Students
Buy Tickets Online or Call: SmartTix at 212-868-4444
Company: Take Care! Productions         Official Web Site:
Ryan Brannan Johnny
Ryan Brannan (Johnny): Originally from Dallas, Texas, Ryan is also a musician. As lead singer of the band Highpoint, Ryan recorded and toured across the U.S. opening for bands such as Nickelback, and Incubus. Now living in New York and a graduate of The School for Film and Television. Ryan has completed several films, including the SAG film The Visit. Most recently performing as "Perry" in the one-man play Accused, and "Otto" on ABC's All My Children.

A native of Long Island, Nick performs every week in the improv experience, Accomplice: New York.  Recently he played the role of Jayden Michael Tyler on 30 Rock and Dr. Corey Whittaker on Mercy on NBC.  He has also appeared on Kings, As The World Turns, Comedy Central and in several commercials on radio and TV.  Nick originated the roles of Elroy Eisner/The Narrator in The Boy in the Basement at The SoHo Playhouse and Barrow Street Theatre, and Guildencrantz in the Shakespeare spoof A Bard's Day's Night('s Dream), and has performed improv all over NYC including at The Laugh Factory with their official improv troupe.  Some training includes a BFA in Acting from Syracuse University, studying at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London and studying technique with Alec Baldwin. Member SAG/AFTRA/AEA.  

Joe Silvio Terence
Joe Silvio (Writer/Producer/Terence): THEATRE: Importance of Being Earnest (Algenon),Twelve Angry Men (Juror Number 12), Rose Cottages (Lydell), My Favorite Wife (Nick Arden), Conversations with my Father (Lydell). FILM: Film Camp:REEL ONE (Mike Rubino, *FEATURE), Struck (Kevin, *SHORT) Education: The School for Film and Television (SFT) acting conservatory, NYC. Joe was awarded the Sanford Meisner Talent Scholarship from The School for Film and Television his senior year. While attending The School for Film and Televison's acting conservatory, Joe played such roles as "Danny" in Danny and the Deep Blue Sea, "Petruchio" in Taming of the Shrew, "John" in Sign the Papers.
Tommy South Michael
Tommy South (Michael): After graduating from the University of Northern Colorado with a Bachelors degree in acting, Tommy moved to New York City to continue his studies at the School for Film & Television. Since completion of the latter, Tommy has worked on several student films as well as produced and starred in a graduate showcase, the school's most elaborate to date. Other roles of note: Mike in Lovers & Other Strangers, Sam Staples in The Night Thoreau Spent In Jail, and Nick in the film, A Mobster's Revenge. Tommy can be seen in Endtimes Productions, "Vignettes for the Apocalypse 2008" at the Gene Frankel Theatre throughout February.