Genre: Drama
by Lloyd Pace, directed by Cynthia Granville

ETC Productions and The Supporting Characters present the world premiere of New Orleans by Lloyd Pace, directed by Cynthia Granville. New Orleans revisits the old City of Dreams; a woman (Molly Callahan) looks back as a young girl in the 1950's and tries to piece together the puzzle of who she is, who her family was, and why something had to happen in a hotel in New Orleans that changed them forever.
The eleven year old Ms. Callahan has appeared in the Critics Choice finals of NYC's Samuel French Festivals and various performances and readings in Westchester County. Others in the cast of eleven include Bruce Barton (Busted Jesus Comix, Germans in Paris), Francis Callahan (No Exit, Moon for the Misbegotten), Tony White (Winter's Tale, Rope), Katherine Parks (Nancy with an N, Night of the Iguana) and Cynthia Granville (With and Without, Talley's Folly, the upcoming feature The Mind), the artistic director of The Supporting Characters, a company seeking to develop new work from initial collaborative lab sessions through public performance. Visit for more information.

Cast: Molly Callahan, Bruce Barton, Francis Callahan, Bonita Carol, April Christine, Victor Joel, Katherine Parks, Meghan Powe
Open:   11/02/07
Close:   11/07/07

Wed.-Fri. 8pm, Sat.-Sun. 3pm and 8pm, no matinee Nov. 4
Theater:   Producers Club Theatres
Address:   358 W 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
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Cost:$18.00, groups 10-19 $15.00, 20+ $12
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Cynthia Granville (Violet) is delighted to revisit Violet under Mr. Wilhelm's direction, having previously played her in THE CONFESSIONAL (LCP Best Actress award). She was onstage this winter touring TALLEY'S FOLLY and in the world premiere of NEW ORLEANS in NYC, later appearing in Tennessee Williams' birthday celebration at Drama Book Shop. Other stage credits include WITH AND WITHOUT directed by its author, Jeffrey Sweet; premieres FRAU DRACULA: That Prussian She-Bitch from Hell (as the eponymous villainess), EDEN'S END and SUB-URBAN LEGEND; LOVE LETTERS; decadent Queen of Spain, AVENGE! Kyd's Spanish Tragedy (Spotlight Award nominee, Best Ensemble) lost souls Carol, ORPHEUS DESCENDING, and Reba, BOYS IN THE BACKROOM; Machiavellian Genevieve, HANGING OF RAZOR BROWN (featured at OOBR Awards, Minetta Lane); Moliere's SEDUCTIVE COUNTESS; CUCUMBERS; HI-ROLLERS. Films include THE MIND and AUTOPILOT(post-production); currently on Onion News Network ( and featured on CBS SUNDAY MORNING as the daycare-outsourcing mom. AEA SAG AFTRA

Tony recently appeared as Delio in "The Duchess of Malfi (Folding Chair Theatre Co.). He has appeared in other New York productions of "The Seagull" (Sorin), "The Winter's Tale" (Camillo), "Love's Labour's Lost" (King) as well as new works like Lloyd Pace's "New Orleans" and Jim Dalglish's "The Black Eye" and "S-4". He was featured at the National Arts Club performing 14th Century Arabic erotic texts and performed in Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theatre's Playwrights Alliance workshop for new plays.


Tony White is an artistic director for Developing Acts. Tony graduated from University of Buffalo Master's Program in Media Study & Theater. He has directed several acclaimed productions including Wait Until Dark, As You Like It, and Romeo and Juliet. He has worked with Michael Hagins in Hudson Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet as Friar Laurence and as James Tyrrel in Richard III. He received the Tiffany Award (Best Play) for the long running Tambourine's To Glory by Langston Hughes.