Genre: Drama, Lesbian+Gay
by Tennessee Williams

Tennessee Williams' seldom-seen kaleidoscope of loneliness, directed by Le Wilhelm through June.

Cast: John Borras, Mark A. Kinch, Gregg David Shore, Kevin Wagner
Open:   06/12/08
Close:   06/29/08

June 12 8pm
June 13 8pm
June 14 8pm
June 19 8pm
June 20 8pm
June 26 8pm
June 27 8pm
June 28 8pm
June 29 7pm
Theater:   Algonquin Theatre
Address:   123 E. 24th St. (between Park Ave.
New York,
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Cost:$18.00, group rates available
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Cynthia Granville (Violet) is delighted to revisit Violet under Mr. Wilhelm's direction, having previously played her in THE CONFESSIONAL (LCP Best Actress award). She was onstage this winter touring TALLEY'S FOLLY and in the world premiere of NEW ORLEANS in NYC, later appearing in Tennessee Williams' birthday celebration at Drama Book Shop. Other stage credits include WITH AND WITHOUT directed by its author, Jeffrey Sweet; premieres FRAU DRACULA: That Prussian She-Bitch from Hell (as the eponymous villainess), EDEN'S END and SUB-URBAN LEGEND; LOVE LETTERS; decadent Queen of Spain, AVENGE! Kyd's Spanish Tragedy (Spotlight Award nominee, Best Ensemble) lost souls Carol, ORPHEUS DESCENDING, and Reba, BOYS IN THE BACKROOM; Machiavellian Genevieve, HANGING OF RAZOR BROWN (featured at OOBR Awards, Minetta Lane); Moliere's SEDUCTIVE COUNTESS; CUCUMBERS; HI-ROLLERS. Films include THE MIND and AUTOPILOT(post-production); currently on Onion News Network ( and featured on CBS SUNDAY MORNING as the daycare-outsourcing mom. AEA SAG AFTRA

Brian has been performing in off-off-Broadway theatre since 1994; most recent performances have been with New York City-based Love Creek Productions, where he has been a repertory member for several years. He was last seen as Damis in Moliere’s Tartuffe; other recent performances include the roles of Harry and Martin in Churchill’s Cloud 9, Monk in William’s Small Craft Warnings, and Judge Brack in Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler. Brian has also performed in improv and sketch comedy shows at the Gotham Comedy Club and Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, as well as in numerous industrial videos for various law enforcement agencies in the country. Brian is the founder of Lexington Ensemble Company, the parent company of CityShow, which is producing “A Wilde October.”

Alan Salsbury Quentin

Alan Salsbury was most recently seen as Petit Pois in the world premiere of Le Wilhelm’s The Seduction of Edgar Degas at 59E59 Theatres and as Quentin in Tennessee Williams’ Small Craft Warnings.  Other New York credits include George Bernard Shaw’s Arms and the Man, George Feydeau’s The Saucy Goose, Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull, Oscar Wilde’s Lady Windermere’s Fan and An Ideal Husband, Jean-Paul Sartre’s No Exit, William Inge’s The Boy in the Basement, Le Wilhelm’sSnafu and Strawberry Preserves, Pirandello's Chee-Chee, and Shakespeare's Two Gentlemen of Verona and The Taming of the Shrew

Kymm Zuckert Leona

A graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy, Circle-in-the-Square Theatre School and New York University, Kymm has been working in the theatre for forty years. The daughter of well-known actors Bill Zuckert and Gladys Holland, she started performing at the age of three in such plays as The Little Clown That Forgot How to Laugh and a French-language version of Sleeping Beauty as well as appearing in television shows like "Sanford and Son", "Baa Baa Black Sheep", and "Days of Our Lives". As an adult, Kymm has been a performer and director with theatre companies such as Love Creek Productions, Foolish Mortals, Phare Play Productions and Zephyer Rep, performing as Josie in Moon for the Misbegotten, April in The Hot L Baltimore, Bottom in an all-female version of A Midsummer Night's Dream, Leona in Small Craft Warnings and Marie-Ange in the world premiere of Maiden's Progeny at 59E59 Theaters.  She has been a director for the past seventeen years, of such shows as The Trojan Women, Dear Brutus, Man and Superman, Dulcy, The Cemetery Plays, The Unfortunate Honeymoon of Tony and Steve, A Woman of No Importance, Orpheus Descending, Ghosts, Arcadia, A Doll's House, Cloud Nine, Closer, Gay Slave Handbook and Shirley Valentine.