Genre: Drama
Written by Paul Grellog, Directed by Kevin Bigger

David and Chris, two childhood friends, reunite in Brooklyn over Christmas break from their respective Ivy League schools. With Chris's famous, published girlfriend Elizabeth in tow, the three friends set out for a purported night of opiates and dancing. On the drug run, however, Chris discovers a manuscript that could guarantee literary success for Elizabeth and David. A manipulative quest for vengeance and fame ensues, ultimately examining friendship, betrayal and literary ambition.

Cast: Theo Salter
Open:   07/09/09
Close:   07/18/09

Performance Schedule:
July 9, Thursday: 8PM
July 10, Friday: 8PM
July 11, Saturday: 3PM, 8PM
July 12, Sunday: 3PM
July 15, Wednesday: 8PM
July 16, Thursday: 8PM
July 17, Friday: 8PM
July 18, Saturday: 3PM, 8PM
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Theater:   Center Stage, NY
Address:   48 West 21st Street, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10010
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Company: Red Wheelbarrow Productions         Official Web Site:

Brady Kirchberg (Paris): After studying theater at Bowdoin College, Brady worked professionally in Washington DC and then New York, in productions including Angels in America, The Goat…Or Who Is Sylvia?, and Manuscript.  Brady’s film credits include various independent films, commercials, and shorts, including a Discovery Channel pilot. Brady is a proud graduate of the William Esper Studio and founder of Red Wheelbarrow Productions. This is Brady's debut with Wings Theater/Zephyer Rep.  Thanks to Gretchen and the fabulous cast and crew!

Missy Hernandez (Gwen) refuses to stop playing make-believe… and dress up. This actress, writer, and signer escaped the Midwest to attend Columbia University where she studied screenwriting and film studies. Missy studied acting with William Esper at William Esper Studios and Shakespeare with Revolucion Latina’s Ian Hersey of the Public Theatre. She has performed in numerous NYU and Columbia Graduate films as well as several Off-Off Broadway plays and workshops including: Eve Ensler’s A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant, And A Prayer and The Vagina Monologues (V-Day 2009/2010/2011), Paul Grellong’s twisted dark comedy Manuscript, and Hourglass, an award winning play by Richard L. Gaw. In Autumn 2010, Missy co-founded Buds of May Productions. She produced and acted in the debut of Ethan’s People at Manhattan Theatre Source this past January as well as the short film The Ashes ( Upcoming Buds of May projects include: The Good Stuff, a short film written by Missy, Hey, Princess!, a wacky dark comedy webisode series created by Missy, and Somewhere in the Middle, a cabaret best described as Shakespeare meets Glee. Missy will also be teaming up with playwright Richard L. Gaw to adapt Ethan’s People for the screen.