THE MOST BEAUTIFUL LULLABY YOU'VE EVER HEARD

Genre: Drama
World Premiere written by Greg Romero, directed by Andrew J. Merkel

Inside of The Most Beautiful Lullaby You've Ever Heard, a Man and a Woman breathe in the possibility of a blank piece of paper. The paper becomes a sailboat, their breath becomes a journey that busts the world open, spilling out a truth so big that it could only fit inside of a human heart in love with another equally and beautifully broken person.

The play was selected from nearly two hundred scripts as the winner of CAT Tales, a playwriting competition hosted by City Attic Theatre last May. The script has been previously developed in Texas and in New York with the Boomerang Theatre Company, New Dramatists and Kitchen Dog.

The Most Beautiful Lullaby You've Ever Heard runs May 24-26, May 28, and May 31-June 1 at 8:00 p.m., May 27 at 3 p.m., and June 2 at 7 p.m. in the Under St. Marks Theatre, located at 94 St. Marks Place. Tickets are $15 and are available at the door (cash only). For reservations, please call 212-330-7045 or e-mail cityattic@gmail.com.

The show is directed by Andrew Merkel, designed by Amanda Embry and Joshua Rose, and features John Conor Brooke, Dianna Marino, and Lucy Walters.

City Attic Theatre provides a home for theatrical artists, creating new opportunities to nurture their craft in a collaborative setting while developing powerful theatrical masterpieces. The goal is to remove the boundaries that dictate the traditional roles of artists, to release and unify the collaborative imagination. For more information, please visit www.myspace.com/cityattic. This production was made possible through the support of The Field.

Cast: John Conor Brooke, Lucy Walters, Dianna Marino

Open:   05/24/07
Close:   06/02/07

Schedule:
May 24-26, May 28, and May 31-June 1 at 8:00 p.m., May 27 at 3 p.m., and June 2 at 7 p.m.
Theater:   Under St. Marks
Address:   94 St. Mark's Place
New York, NY
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Take the L train to 1st Avenue or the F train to 2nd Avenue

Cost:$15.00
Company: City Attic Theatre         Official Web Site: www.myspace.com/cityattic