Genre: Drama
Written by Michael Brandt (

How do you know what is real? What if it all suddenly changed? Would anyone believe you? On September 1st, 2006, a thirty-year-old man named John Weston vanished from his apartment on the Upper West Side of Manhattan for approximately six hours. Or so he claims. This is his story.

Open:   05/18/07
Close:   06/01/07

Friday: May 18, May 25 & June 1 @ 7:00pm
Saturday: May 26 @ 2:30pm
Sunday: May 20 & May 27 @ 8:30pm
Theater:   Clemente Soto Velez Cultural Center
Address:   107 Suffolk Street
New York, NY
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  NY Theatre Credits: Stay (Rattlestick), Ham Lake (Soho Playhouse), 21 (Spring Theatreworks). Minneapolis Theatre Credits: The Shape of Things, The Play About the Baby (Eye of the Storm Theater), Molly's Delicious, Hapgood (The Jungle Theater). TV/Film: "Law & Order: Criminal Intent," "Ham Lake."
  Most recently appeared in Alec Duffy's Me and Marie Curie (dir. Lear deBessonet) in Ensemble Studio Theater's First Light Festival. Other credits include: the Father in Matei Visniec's Progress (dir. Ian Morgan) at HERE, ION in the Foundry's Theater's production of Carl Hancock Rux's Talk (Obie Award 2002) directed by Marian McClinton, Mr. Snow/Prospero in W. David Hancock's Deviant Craft (dir. Melanie Joseph) and Before Columbus in Susan Lori-Parks' The Death of the Last Black Man in the Whole Entire World at Baca Downtown.
  Regional: Much Ado About Nothing, Henry IV 1 & 2, Mr. Roberts (Old Globe Theatre). Michael's one-man show, A Spalding Gray Matter, was produced by The New Group in May 2006. He is the author of the stage plays Footprints In The Snow and Survival Waltz, as well as the short film "Everyday Things." He has been seen as an actor at The New Group, The Red Room, The Producer's Club, The Vital Theatre, and Altered Stages. Film/ Television: "Tumbling After", "All My Children," "Guiding Light." MFA: University of San Diego.