Genre: Drama
Playwright and Director: J. Charles Lear

A female Psychiatrist is assigned to inventory and evaluate patients of a private mental institution being taken over by the State of Virginia in the midst of a fraud and patient abuse scandal. One of the patients is a mystery man with no records. She finds him delusional and disoriented and as she attempts to get him to reveal his identity she begins to suspect that he may be a casualty of a military psychic-ops program gone wrong.

Open:   07/16/09
Close:   07/26/09

Thursdays 8PM, Fridays 8PM, Saturdays 8PM
Theater:   Dominion NY
Address:   428 Lafayette Street
New York, NY 10003
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James D. Jacobus Military Man

James Jacobus is a graduate of UCONN. Professionally trained at LAMDA. James has been a resident of Brooklyn, NY for over 20 years. Recent credits are Peter in 'Skin Tight' with Nicu's spoon, Burke in 'Dance Therapy' at MITF, J. Surface in 'School for Scandal' at the Attic, in L.A. TV: The UNUSUALS, RESCUE ME, BORED TO DEATH, DAMAGES, Film: I Hate Valentine's Day, Brooklyn's Finest, What Planet are You From?.

Heather Waelchli moved to New York to attend the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute. Since then she has worked on both film and stage, including a stint with The Britpack Theatre Company, and most recently a production of "One for the Road" with Fink Productions.

Peach Paulison is a stand up comic and storyteller who needed to sit and face the other way for awhile. She has performed at Stand Up New York, New York Comedy Club, Gotham Comedy Club, Boston Comedy Club and Caroline's on Broadway. She has also been seen on HBO, Comedy Central and cable channels other than that adult pay-per-view. Some of Ms. Paulison's favorite theatre credits include the Porter in “Macbeth” and Puck in “Midsummer Night’s Dream.”  Peach would like to thank the cast for their patience and sense of humor. No, really.

Shawn Renfro  graduated in May of 2004 from the acting conservatory (MGSA) at Rutgers University. While in the program there Shawn had the privilege of studying at The Globe Theatre in London. Since then he has acted and directed numerous projects in NYC. Including Crazy, Sexy, Dead: An Evening of Don Nigro (Apothecary Theatre Co.), Animals (NY Fringe Festival), Dominica: The Big Fat Ho, Scarecrow, Closer, Crackwalker, Suspension, Quick and Dirty (A Subway Fantasy), Red Coat, Black Bird (Rutgers Theatre Co.), Specter, The Lion Tamer (Under St. Marks), The Doctor’s Duty (Love Creek Productions) and Its Called the Sugar Plum (Theatre 1050). He is also the Artistic Director of The Apothecary Theatre company.

E. James Ford has been performing in New York City for over 12 years. He most recently appeared in IRT: A Tragedy in Three Stations directed by Jeff Stark and performed on subway platforms throughout the city. He was a performer and writer with the silent-comedy group Six Characters for over 10 years and has worked extensively with Synaesthetic Theater, Madmen of the Mountan, and other denizens of NYC's independent theater scene. He has appeared in the film High Life directed by Lila Yomtoob and is a recurring character on the web-comedy Man of the People. He is currently developing a piece based on the Epic of Gilgamesh with Harold Lehmann.

Alex Decaneas is a commercial actor, professional improviser and sketch comic performing regularly throughout NYC and internationally. Currently he is one half of Fantastic Genius, a frenzied sketch comedy show he performs with his wife in the city. Also, he can be seen at Gotham City Improv in a number of house shows. Theater credits include: Twelfth Night, The Tempest (at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival), Hard Times, Bus Stop, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream. When not performing, Alex sings karaoke, makes short films, and takes naps. The quickest way to his heart is chocolate malt.

A graduate of North Dakota State University in Fargo, New York City native (and Bronx High School of Science graduate) Björn Pederson made several appearances on Sesame Street as well as commercials for IBM, Volvo, and Mattel among others, and was an extra in several films. As a boy soprano, Björn performed as a soloist throughout the world, including numerous television broadcasts and recordings and at the Metropolitan Opera. Recent roles have included Hamlet (Arts4All), The Shephard’s Son, The Bastard and Cleon (Hudson Shakespeare), Gremio (Tru North/Kings County Shakespeare), the Gaoler in Comedy of Errors and Polonius in Fortinbras. He has directed and appeared in three plays by Chrisopher Durang.