Genre: Comedy, Drama, Lesbian+Gay
by John Reoli, directed by Bruce Ornstein

One Seat In the Shade is a love story about Scott and Randall, two mature gay men who have been together for 27 years. Believing their relationship is threatened by Randall's new 22-year-old "friend," Scott hastily puts together a trip to Spain to save their relationship. As fate would have it, a beautiful 22 year old man enters their lives, forcing them to confront differing ideas of relationships, gay culture, and getting older with humor, drama, and poignancy. Adult language, nudity, and overt sexuality.

Open:   08/11/08
Close:   08/23/08

Mon, 8/11, 3 pm; Sun, 8/17, 9 pm; Mon, 8/18, 9:30 pm; Wed, 8/20, 5:15 pm; Sat, 8/23, 2 pm
Theater:   Soho Playhouse
Address:   15 Vandam Street
New York, NY 10013
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Cost:$15.00, $10.00 Students and Seniors
Buy Tickets Online or Call: FringeNYC at 866.468.7619
  Dan Lane Williams currently studies with Bruce Ornstein. He is a graduate of the two-year program at the William Esper Studio. Before his appearance in One Seat in the Shade in the 2008 New York Fringe Festival, he produced a one-act showcase in which he performed in A.R. Gurney's "Darlene." He is on the board of Peculiar Works Projects and has performed with them on many occasions.
Cash Tilton Randall
Cash Tilton currently appears as Randall in "One Seat in the Shade" in the New York Fringe Festival. He portrayed Moreau in RadioTheatre's "Island of Dr. Moreau" at 59E59, which is nominated in the category of Outstanding Performance Art Piece in the 2008 New York Innovative Theatre Awards, and was a lovestruck CEO in Emerging Artists Theatre's spring one-acts. Onscreen in "Sexina: Popstar, P.I.," he's a computer scientist who is forced to create a cyborg boy band, with which evil record company exec Adam West plans to dominate the music industry and possibly the entire world. In the Ed-E-Torials on,, and elswhere on the Web, Cash delivers satirical news commentary and makes unkind remarks about politicians and other celebrities.

Recent theatre credits include Moonchildren (Wings Theatre), The Epic Story of Love and Sex... (MTS), One Seat in the Shade (Soho Playhouse), Tape (Michael Weller Theatre), and The Twentysomethings (Theatre 54).  He can next be seen in Never Norman Rockwell at the Manhattan Repertory Theatre in November.  Film: The Yellow Tent (2008 LA Outfest, 2009 Toronto IO Fest), the upcoming independent films Yardsale, 1999 and Brothers, the internet series Treading Water, and many graduate student films. TV: Forensic Files. Graduate of Columbia University, 2008. Thanks to Phare Play and the rest of the cast!

John Reoli Bradley

John Reoli (Bill Robbins) most recently played Moe Berg in Home is an Irregular Pentagon.  Other productions include The Importance of Being Earnest (Merriman), Search and Destroy (Roger), Julius Caesar (Various Roles, Gorilla Rep) and One Seat in the Shade (Bradley, 2008FringeNYC).  He is very excited to be working with Zephyer Rep in this thoughtful and timely production.  John is also the author of the poetry collection Naked Prayers (Six Gallery Press), various short stories and plays.  Google him to read some of his work, learn more than you probably want to know and to give him a tingle in a special place.  Enjoy the show!