A DEAD MAN'S APARTMENT & FACE DIVIDED WITH STEVEN WILLIAM’S SISTER WITH INTENSE MONOLOGUES

Genre: Drama
By Edward Allan Baker & Steven William Directed by Bill Barry

A Dead Man's Apartment is a farce about an adulterous couple enjoying their afternoon affair, until a message on the answering machine changes everything. Will this be the day that they tell their spouses the truth? Will they leave their spouses and live happily ever after?

Face Divided is the story of a young wife and mother who reaches her breaking point, desperately longing for things to be as they were. The setting of this poignant one act play takes place in an emergency room of a hospital as Debbie waits to find out the fate of her three year daughter whom she says has accidentally fallen down the stairs.

Steven William's, Sister with Intense Monologues (S.W.I. M.) is a monologue series where women of color express their pain about love and life through expressive comedic and dramatic monologues.


Cast: Charles Hendricks
Open:   06/20/07
Close:   06/24/07

Schedule:
Wednesday - Saturday 8pm Nightly
Saturday & Sunday 3pm Matinee
Theater:   Producers Club Theatres
Address:   358 W 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
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Cost:$15.00
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Company: Quad Boro Entertainment         Official Web Site: quadboroentertainment.com
This is Amy's second show with Quad Boro Entertainment and she is thrilled to be back. Amy's credits include Audrey in "Little Shop", May in "Bridal Terrorism", Juliet in "Romeo and Juliet" and two performances at the Kennedy Center of the original script "Dear Finder". She is a transplant from Minnesota, where she filmed her first Feature Length indi film, "Now Hiring".

Bill Barry has recently appeared as Charlie in the Heights Players production of 'Da' and in Quad Boro Entertainment's production of 'Bridal Terrorism' and 'Dead Man's Apartment'. He has also appeared in The Drama Repertory Theatre productions of 'The Retreat' and 'Maggie, A Girl of the Streets'. Bill is thrilled to be working with such a hardworking and talented cast and crew and would like to send out a special thanks to Arthur for his guidance and support.

Val Balaj is a founding member of Quad Boro Entertainment. Val started acting eight years ago and has appeared in several shows in and around New York. He most recently starred in the Heights Players' production of 'Of Mice and Men' as Lenny. He also appeared in the Heights Players' children's play 'Out of the Woods' with his daughter Sophia. Val would like to thank all the people who have supported him throughout the years.

Kristen Keim (Valerie) is currently a dance major at Hunter College, where she just completed her freshman year. She was recently seen as a featured dancer in The Heights Players production of "State Fair" and helped to choreograph the High School for Environmental Studies production of "Little Shop of Horrors". Other credits include "The Music Man" for The Heights Players and "The American Clock" for the Sackett Group. Thanks to her family and friends for all their help and support.

Homa Hynes set her sights on an acting career at the age of nine when she performed at Florida Studio Theater. On Long Island she has worked with Hampton Shakespeare Festival, Lighthouse Dance Project, LTV studios, and Montauk Theater Productions. In NYC she has appeared at the Actors Studio and gained experience while working toward her Bachelors degree in theater performance at Marymount Manhattan College. She was fortunate enough to study abroad with Florence School of the Arts where she focused on ballet and opera studies. The character of Debbie was appealing to her because of its disturbed complexity. I would like to thank Bill, Tiandra, and Andrea for their guidance and encouragement. To Mr. M.R.-your coming with me all the way.

Debbie Workman, a special education teacher by trade, is thrilled to be making her debut with Quad Boro Productions. Since being bitten by the theater bug, the bulk of her acting experience has been with the Arthur Reel Acting Studio – where she has performed in several plays. Debbie has also played in other theater roles such as playwright, stage manager and lighting technician.
Charles Hendricks is a graduate of Columbia University's School of the Arts MFA

Acting program, where he received the Laura Pels Acting Award. Theatre:

"Scenes from an Execution" (Hudson Guild Theatre), "Sodom's Wife" (45th

Street Theatre)," Romeo in Romeo and Juliet (Stonington Opera House);

Winter's Tale (NY Classical Theatre); Andrei Serban's Peer Gynt (Riverside

Church Theatre); Macbeth (Chernuchin Theatre). Television: FX's "Starved."

Tiandra Gayle hails to the Big Apple from Kansas City via Atlanta and is a founding member of Quad Boro Entertainment. Most recently, Tiandra co-produced a documentary entitled 'I Do' about the history of weddings. She has also produced corporate videos, fashion shows, and social events. Tiandra has also studied and acted in New York for the past five years. She appeared in 'An American Clock' by Arthur Miller, as Irene for the Sackett Group. She looks forward to seeing QBE flourish. Remember..............'Surviving is Important, but Thriving is Elegant'.