WORKING IT OUT

Genre: Comedy
©Whitney Gardner   |   Slide Show
Written by Amanda Sage Comerford Directed by Helena Gleissner

What now?

She's obsessive. He's gay. The faucet's still leaking. And baby makes three.

Oh. And they're nine.

See what happens when two youngsters play a twisted game of house in Working it Out.

Open:   02/27/08
Close:   03/09/08
Theater:   Red Room
Address:   85 E. 4th St.
New York, NY 10003
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Subway Info: Take the F or V trains to 2nd Avenue or the 6 train to Astor Place

Cost:$7.00
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Company: FRIGID New York         Official Web Site: www.frigidnewyork.info

Michael has just premiered My Broken Brain, a one man show he has written and performed, at the Midtown International Theatre Festival. Other New York Theatre Credits include: Working It Out (Horsetrade Theatre), ANIMALS (FringeNYC and George Street Playhouse), The Art of the Pick-Up (Riant Theatre), and War in Paramus (HB Playwrights Foundation). He has appeared in readings and workshops of Under a Full Pink Moon with Dan Butler, Chu and Blossom with Dana Ivey, and Class Mothers '68 at Luna Stage, directed by Tony Award winner Priscilla Lopez. Michael received a BFA in Acting from Rutgers University. Rutgers Credits include: Tom in Fat Pig, Claudio in Much Ado About Nothing (performed at Shakespeare's Globe in London, England), and Bobby in the world premiere of Mrs. Henderson's Cat by Lia Romeo.

Kate returns from the National Black Theatre Festival in Winston-Salem where she recently reprised the role of Janie from New Federal Theatre's production of The Taking of Miss Janie in New York. She holds a BFA in Acting from Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University in New Jersey, where she also studied abroad at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London. She has performed roles in Tartuffe, Quills, Troilus and Cressida, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Venus, This is Our Youth, Eleemosynary, and the world premiere of Baby Boom by Lia Romeo. Other credits include "Law & Order: SVU", "All My Children", and the role of Wendy in an independent short entitled Wendy & Earl.