Genre: Comedy
The Trials and Tribulations of the Guy Who Comes AFTER the Guy

Carl Fraser has settled into his life as a city bookstore manager and a "second" in his and everybody else's life. Enter Christine, the woman of his dreams, ready to elevate Carl's status with her affection, but is he ready to be more than a loveable loser?
Open:   11/01/07
Close:   11/11/07

Thursdays - Saturdays at 8PM, Sundays at 3PM - NO SHOW ON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3RD.
Theater:   Independent Theater
Address:   52A West 8th Street (between 6th &
New York, NY 10011
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Cost:$15.00, $12.00 Students and Seniors
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Scott Morales Carl Fraser
Scott Morales ("Not So Calm, But Still Totally Dead" â€" Matt, "Ladies and Gentlemen, the 2,746th President of the United States" - Anderson) is proud to be returning to the Phare Play stage after being seen in "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)" and "Carl the Second". Scott hails from the Country Fried Nation (Texas) and has been acting since the age of seven when, upon the donning of a red towel and flying off of the cabinets, portrayed his first role of "Superman" which received scathing reviews from his parents for continually sending him to the hospital. Scott would like to thank the Lord for the unending grace and opportunity that continually comes his way, his family and friends for their unending support and inspiration. Finally, Scott would also like to thank his heroes: Luke Skywalker, Moses Austin, the entire Dallas Cowboys Ring of Honor plus Tony Romo ("I still believe"), and Natalie Portman.

Tamara Cacchione Christine Reardon
Tamara Cacchione (Marlene) is an alum of Vassar College with a B.A in Drama, Stella Adler Conservatory, and the National Theater Institute. Since making her debut at the age of 3 as a tap dancer at Carnegie Hall, she has performed with Phare Play, Tri-Arts at Sharon Stage, Love Creek Productions, and the Snug Harbor Cultural Center. Favorite roles include Christine in "Carl the Second" (Phare Play), Vanda in "The Last Cloud" (Etc. Productions), Demetrius in an all-female production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" (Foolish Mortals Productions), Callie in "Stop Kiss", April in "Hot L Baltimore" (for which she won Best Actress from the Philaletheis Society at Vassar), Lady Anne in "Richard the Third" and Winnifred in "Once Upon A Mattress". She is also studying the flying trapeze as well as other aerial arts, has choreographed over 20 productions, and recently appeared in several short films.
Steven Nelson Mr. Fraser, Starting Player, Frank, Emcee, Luke, Dr. Bovary

Steven Nelson is really excited to be working, once again, under the brilliant direction of Christine Weems and to be sharing the stage with Blake and Michael. Recent stage credits include: Carl The Second (Multiple Characters), The Third Lover (Jack), The Cherry Orchard (Yepikhodov), Dark of the Moon (Mr. Jenkins), Plenty To Say (Policeman). He also plays 5-string banjo and was a proud member of the bluegrass band, Hard Raisin'. He would like to give a big thanks to all his family and friends for their support.

Amber Ford Mrs. Fraser, Amanda, Brenda, Catherine, Debbie, Helen, Ally, Kelly, Sasha, Cliff Chatterly
Amber is thrilled to be working with Phare Play Productions. She received her BFA in acting from Stephens College. Some of her favorite roles include: Hunyak from "Chicago", Judy from "Perfect Wedding", and Dunyasha from "The Cherry Orchard". She would like to thank her friends and family for their love and support.

Alex Moshofsky Ronald Fraser, Player, Antonio, Morris, Matthew, Jay Gatsby
Alex Moshofsky (Raymond - Dinner for Four) is performing in his third night of shorts with Phare Play. Having moved to New York five years ago from Oregon, he's tried to keep as busy as possible. Some of his favorite roles in New York have been playing Mrs. Taylor in "Bat Boy: The Musical", Benvolio in "Romeo & Juliet", and not surprisingly, the multitude of characters in his first full length show with PP - "Carl the Second".
Christopher Simon Coach, Al, Captain Ahab

Chris Simon most recently appeared onstage in Dance at Bataan as Taylor Mann. He was also seen in Arcadia as Captain Brice and as Coach/Al/Ahab in Carl the Second for Phare Play Productions. His directorial work with Phare Play includes The Chip Hydeberger Show - part of WWSS II, The 12 Step Conga Line - part of The Winter Shorts: A Night of Erotica and two shorts in Inside Spragg's Shorts - Daddy Issues and Not So Calm…. He is currently working as an Assistant Director for Ted Thompson for the third year running for the upcoming production of Intimate Apparel at the Heights Players. Other directorial credits include The Handicapper General, Picasso at the Lapin Agile, and UnSheathed! Arthur the Musical.

Adam Souza The Voice of Lance
The voice of Adam Souza once again joins with Phare Play Productions after previously performing in "The Cherry Orchard" last season and writing the short play "That's All Folks" for the 24 hour play festival "Who Wears Short Shorts?". He has most recently been on stage in the Samuel French festival entry "Three in the Bed" and has appeared in many shows in and around New York. He also works as a fight choreographer, staging the violence for plays as varied as "Harry the Hunk On His Way Out" at the Cherry Lane Theatre to "The Shadow Pier" to "Stone Cold Dead Serious". Adam would like to thank his family for their support and love. Thank you all.