THE HUMAN VOICE

Genre: Drama, Solo Performance
By Jean Cocteau

Originally penned by renowned playwright Jean Cocteau in 1930, The Human Voice chronicles the drama which unfolds throughout the course of the protagonist's monologue.

Performed by Marybeth Holloway, a woman reeling from a recently ended love affair offers the audience an intimate look at the goings-on of a person in the midst of a psychological breakdown.

Also performing her auto performance piece, "A Mother's Journey" as the second act.

Directed by Frank Borrelli
Original Sound Design by Eric Holloway
MFA Project Mentor: Naum Panovski

*This performance is a result of the cancellation in December due to inclement weather.*

Open:   01/19/08
Close:   01/19/08

Schedule:
Show begins at 8pm. Running time about 1 hour and a half with one 10 minute intermission.
Theater:   Producers Club Theatres
Address:   358 W 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
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Cost:Free Admission
SAG Eligible

Marybeth was born in New Jersey and raised in Rhode Island. She minored in theater at Longwood College in Farmville where she performed in various mainstage productions. A high school drama teacher for 2 years in Orlando where she produced and directed over 10 productions, she left to pursue her graduate degree at Actors Studio in New York City where she worked Off-Broadway on Sam Shepard's newest play, God of Hell and Off-off Broadway on Stuart Vaughan's As You Like It. Currently attending Rhode Island College, she will complete her MFA in December 2007. She has performed with various regional, summer stock, and community groups as well as some film/tv credits. Theater credits: Kate Keller in All My Sons, Ouiser in Steel Magnolias, Julie in Miss Julie, Mistress Hibbens in The Scarlet Letter, Polly in The Boyfriend, Fraulein Kost in Cabaret, Nan/Katie/Lou Ann in Quilters, Twirler in Talking With, Evelyn in The Children's Hour, Alice in Alice in Wonderland, Cesca in the Business of Passion(world premiere). Film/tv credits include Young Susie in Ghost Town, Christiana in Pilgrim's Progress, Sheela in Democ, Rachel in The Jester. Directing credits include Give and Take, Anything Goes, Alice In Wonderland, High Society, Searching for David's Heart, The Great Pandemonium, These Two Couples Went to Italy, The Philadelphia Story and Adam's Apple. Recently resigned from position as the artisitic director for Big Dawg Productions of Wilmington, NC, she finished working on a short film based on Samuel Beckett's "Come and Go" which can be viewed on Youtube.com. She is currently teaching at Rhode Island College and will be performing her solo performance "The Human Voice" as a showcase in December at the Producer's Club in New York City.

Check her out at IMDB.COM