Genre: Classical, Drama
August Stridberg

In an exploration of human psychology, sexuality, jealousy, and need; Miscreant attacks August Strindberg's The Creditors. Infidelity and revenge wash through and accent this one hundred and twenty year old play which will resonate in the ears of twenty first century lads or misses fighting to find actuality in another and acceptance of themselves.

What is left when you are the definition of disgrace? How does one retrieve what never had been caught?

Cast: Jeff Barry*, Jacob Knoll*

Preview:   03/25/08
Open:   03/26/08
Close:   04/06/08

Tues.-Thurs. and Saturdays at 8:00 pm
Saturdays and Sundays at 2:00 pm
Fridays at 6:00 pm and 9:00 pm
Theater:   Wild Project
Address:   195 East Third Street
New York,
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Cost:18.00 top price; One quarter of every audience receives free tickets. (first come, first serve.)
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Tracy is proud to be asked to help launch The Miscreant Theatre Company. In New York, she appeared with Push Productions in The Kracken last year as well as readings as part of their new play development series. She is also a founding member of Improbable Fiction Theatre Company (, portraying Viola in Twelfth Night, and will be making her directing debut with the company this upcoming fall with Titus Andronicus. Regional theatre credits include Sarah Daniels in Spinning Into Butter (Penobscot Theatre), Pippa in The Czar of Nothingness (Mill Mountain Theatre), Viola in Twelfth Night (Tulsa Shakespeare Festival). Other favorite roles include Lucille in The Rehearsal, Paulina in The Winter's Tale, Alice Faulkner in Sherlock Holmes, Tracy Lord in The Philadelphia Story, and The Auditioner, etc. in The Good Doctor. Independent film: Shattered, Poison Pen, Facade. TV: As the World Turns. MFA: Alabama Shakespeare Festival