Genre: Drama
Sam Shepard

Sam Shepard achieved national fame and attention with his 1979 Pulitzer Prize-winning family drama, Buried Child. At it's center is an American Midwestern family with a dark, terrible, haunting secret. The play is a darkly comic portrait of a family brought to its knees by betrayal, adultery, and murder.
Open:   11/07/07
Close:   11/18/07

Running Time: 1 hr. 40 min. (includes 1 intermission)

Wednesday 8:00pm
Thursday 8:00pm
Friday 8:00pm
Saturday 2:00pm & 8:00pm
Sunday 2:00pm

Theater:   Roy Arias Theaters
Address:   300 W. 43rd Street 5th Floor
New York, NY 10036
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Company: Quad Boro Entertainment         Official Web Site: quadboroentertainment.com
Daryl Brown Dodge
Daryl Brown has appeared in numerous stage productions in New York in the last several years. He was last seen at the Theatre for the New City in 'Follies of Grandeur' and at the Wings Theatre in 'The Deluxe Illustrated Body'. Before that, he appeared in 'Sweet Love Adieu' at the Bank Street Theatre and in an award winning production of 'Masquerade' at the Cherry Lane Theatre. He has also performed in the historical recreation of 'Titanic Voices' and in several independent films. Much thanks to his friends and Daniele for their generous support.
Goldie Zwiebel studied at the Michael Howard Studio and is currently studying with Jen Krater and Brad Calcaterra at the Sally Jonhson Studio. She studied and performed improv at Chicago City Limits and the People's Improv Theater in New York, is a Voice Over artist, a writer and a character and dramatic actor who has played a wide variety of roles in film and on stage. Goldie originated the role of Sadie Cohen in The Lower East Side Project (George Street Playhouse) and is developing a one woman performance piece. She is a member of the Jewish People's Philharmonic Chorus of New York. Goldie thanks her kids, her parents, her friends, her teachers, Jeremy the writer, Linda the director - and the cast of this play for the opportunity to be doing what she loves.
Bill Barry Tilden
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.

Jai Catalano Bradley
Jai Catalano is a graduate of the Maggie Flanigan school for acting and most recently appeared in 'A World Gone Wrong' directed by Ian Hill at the Brick Theater. Jai began his serendipitous acting career when he was an already established professional salsa dancer. As a dancer, he has performed with artists such as Tito Puente, Celia Cruz, Tito Nieves, Spanish Harlem Orchestra, and most recently at the 2006 Latin Grammy's. Jai's acting credits include the hit Off Broadway shows Latin Madness, and Ghetto Chronicles. His other works include the ESPN commentator for the World Salsa Championships, the true film 'Consensual Injustice' about the Ponce massacre of 1937, and the psychodrama short films 'Reality Show' and 'Too Far'.

Collin Smith Vince
Collin Smith is very happy to be working with Quad Boro Entertainment for the first time. Collin hails from the beautiful state of Kentucky, he has been living in New York for two years and has quite a large list of odd jobs to prove it. Recent stage credits include: 'Time Flies' and 'Others' by Ives (Bohemian Archaeology), 'Sin' (Bohemian Archaeology), 'Vignettes for the Apocalypse' (Endtimes productions), and 'Skylight' (Actors Theater of Louisville). Collin would like to thank his family, his friends, and Michael Howard for their support and love.
Kat Garson Shelly
Kat Garson is a graduate of the University of Southern California's acting program. New York theatre credits include 'Nighthawks' directed by Tom Herman; 'Your Title Goes Here', Theatre Row; 'Girl Meets Boy', ATA; 'Overheard', Duplex. Recently she played Shelly in 'Buried Child' and Jane Lawson in 'The Permanent Night' at Barrow Street Theatre. Television: "Law & Order: Executioner." She is currently performing in the show "PRE" by Steven Tanenbaum. She will soon begin filming the feature film of the same title.
David Hall Father Dewis
David Hall has spent the last decade living, working, studying, and struggling in this great city we call New York. He just completed a two-year conservatory program at Maggie Flanigan Studio and is quite proud of this accomplishment. David has also studied with other terrific teachers, including Susan Batson, Roberta Wallach, Paul Calderone, Charlie Sandlan and more. David has appeared in several films that have been screened in festivals, including 'The Shut In', 'Under the Manhattan Bridge', and '116', which won a Semi-Grand Prix at the Yamagata International Film Festival. David most recently appeared on stage as Alonso in Shakespeare's 'The Tempest'. He is very excited to be a part of this show and to work with everyone involved,

particularly his former classmate, Jai. Much love to my MFS crew and my family. And big L, JPT.

Heather Arnson Director
Heather Arnson (Director) - NYC credits: Girl Meets Boy (dir.) Cherchunin Theatre; Your Title Goes Here (dir.) Theatre Row; 52-PickUp (dir.) Gene Frankel Theatre; Tammy (dir.) Payan Theatre; directing team of A Stone Carver, Robert Kalfin (dir) Soho Playhouse; Anais Nin (PSM) Beckett Theatre; stage management teams of The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie and Abigail's Party (The New Group) Acorn Theatre, and In The Continuum (Primary Stages) Perry Street Theatre; Big Shot (AD) Trilogy Theatre.

Los Angeles credits include: Dario Fo's, Elizabeth: Almost By Chance A Woman (dir) Ruby Theatre @ The Complex; Steve Martin's WASP (dir) Met Theatre; The Whole Shebang (dir) Met Theatre; Menopause the Musical (P/ASM) Coronet Theatre; Eddie Izzard (PSM) Coronet Theatre; and Gatsby in Hollywood (AD/PSM) Met Theatre.

Heather holds a BA in Theatre from UCLA. She'd like to thank Quad Boro Entertainment for this first collaboration, her great cast and crew, and a special thanks to Chris for his continued support.

Andrea Perry Stage Manager
Andrea Perry is a founding member of Quad Boro Entertainment. She is proud to have been Production Stage Manager on the QBE productions of 'Bridal Terrorism', 'A Dead Man's Apartment', and 'Face Divided'. She would like to thank all of those around her and modern technology for making this a positive experience, and looks forward to future Quad Boro Entertainment productions.
Val Balaj Set
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.

Tiandra Gayle Producer
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'.

Executive Producer and Director is the founder and CEO of DA’ Right Entertainment. As a child, Dwight Ali experienced the entertainment world by working in commercial print and television commercials. After a break from the business as a teen, Dwight Ali returned to acting on stage. His stage credits include “For This Reason… A Love Story”; “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat”; “Amen Corner”; “A Family’s Play”; “A Soldier's Play”; and “The Red Lamp”. He also is active in singing, dancing, song writing, producing, set design, and directing. Dwight Ali has also Directed a number of Productions including the New York Premieres of “He Said, She Said: A Romantic Comedy” by Shawn Luckey, “Love’s Gonna Get Ya!”  By James and Michele Woodson and “Die Laughing the Stage Play” by Marq Overton which staring Kevin “dot com” Brown of  NBC’s Emmy Award Winning 30 Rock in its run at the World Famous Laugh Factor. “Die Laughing” took a look at one man's life who is stricken with breast cancer and his struggle to push past the façade of ignorance and arrogance, in a quest to arrive at awareness and ultimate redemption. 

Shawn Luckey Producer

Shawn Luckey is one of Diversity Players of Harlem's co-founders and managing partners.  He actively writes, directs, and produces plays and screenplays.  As a performer, he has appeared in a number of commercials, plays and movies. His theatrical credits include: Charles Fuller's A Soldier's Play; Pearl Cleage's Blues for an Alabama Sky; Craig Lucas' Prelude to a Kiss; Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin in the Sun; and James Baldwin's Amen Corner.

He has also appeared in Rev Run's music video, Mind on the Road; and a NY Lottery Commercial. His directing credits include: Old Man Pete, among other projects, but his love of writing has manifested in the following: A Family's Play; and the forthcoming projects: The Tenants; and Scottsboro 9. Shawn's TV/Film credits include: Showtime's new adult comedy, Nurse Jackie; Spike Lee's Miracle at St. Anna; and Tyler Perry's For Colored Girls...Currently, he has a host of independent film projects slated for completion, including Diversity Players of Harlem's first produced short films, A Family's Story; The Grit, The Grandeur; and also Walking Maris' Way.