GREENDALE, G.P.

Genre: Comedy
Brad Saville

Physicians with God-complexes, Domestic Abuse, High School Shootings, Reality TV, and Pharmaceutical Salesmen: Welcome to “Greendale, G.P.” Brad Saville’s latest play takes a hard-hitting satirical look at the absurdity of the American Medical Industrial Complex, the Pompousness of our Physicians, the Pill-Popping Populous, the Bankruptcy of American Culture and Contemporary Values. Bring your insurance card, and please come twenty-minutes early.

Open:   08/27/09
Close:   09/13/09

Schedule:
Thursdays - Sundays at 8 pm
Saturday, August 29th at 2 pm
Theater:   Access Theater
Address:   380 Broadway, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10013
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Closest subway: NR to Canal., walk south on Broadway to theatre.

Cost:$25
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Sam Antar Mr. Myrtle

SAM ANTAR - New York City Theatre Credits – Uncle Vanya (Players Theatre ), A Christmas Carol  (13th Street Rep), A Human Shield (13th Street Rep), Shoes (Producers Club), The Dentist (Richmond Shepard Theatre), Never the Sinner (Center Stage), A Rabbi in the Attic (Manhattan Rep), Corrective Lens (Theatre for the New City), The American Clock (Directed by Austin Pendleton).  Films – Black Mary (Roman Moher Productions), Comic Genius (Toby Miller), The Magic Hour (Outpost Digital).

William Apps Dr. Kevin Cates

WILLIAM APPS, IV   New York City Theatre credits –  Freedom (The Drilling Company),  Dinning Alone (Blue Box Productions), Roommates (Bill Koch), Amerissiah (The Amoralists),  Lonely Circus Beast (Lighthouse Theatre),  When You Coming Back Red Ryder  (Hedda Gabler),  Jesus Hopped The A-train.  Film - The Man from Green Point (David Silverin Films)

Penny Bittone Dr. Sean Fenton

PENNY BITTONE New York City Theatre credits: Jean Anouilh’s Becket (Twenty Feet Productions); Monkey Trick, Two Rooms in Davis (Eastwind Theatre Company) Action (Michael Chekhov Theatre Co., Sam Shepard Festival), 365 Plays 365 Days, Brothers Slaughter (Blue Box Prod.), Motke Thief (Todo Con Nada Theatre Co.), Mint Julep (Blue Box Prod.),  Rapture (Kraine Theatre).  Los Angeles Theatre credits: Orpheus Descending (Stella Adler Theatre), Hurley Burley (H.F.I. Workshop), Hollywierd Love-Stories (Theatre at The Foothills), Moon For the Misbegotten (Stella Adler Workshop).   International Theatre: Cazablan (City of Hertzelia Prod. Israel).   Bi-coastal film credits in the past decade include the following festival selections and winners: Homeland (Barataria Prod.), American Jaywalker (Deuce To 7 Films), Williamsburg (Cadillac films), Wannabe (7 Deadly Films), Burning Heart (Dir. Alexia Schultz), Double Header (Phosphene Pictures), Man’s Best Friend (Marauder Ent.), Portrait of a Suspect (Dir. Fareed Al-Oboudi), Rahda Mantra (Dir. Z.S. Grant).

David Marcus Harvey Goldstein

DAVID MARCUS has worked with several production companies across New York City both on stage and screen: Garrett in Eastwind’s Monkey Trick; Owen in Michael Domitrovich’s Artfuckers, directed by Eduardo Machado at Theatre for the New City; Barry in Libby Emmons’ The Sustainable Future; Dave in Dennis Moritz’s Just the Boys produced at Theater Double, Len Jenkin’s Margo Veil: An Entertainment produced at The Flea Theater.  As for film, he played Will in Brad Saville’s Williamsburg produced by Cadillac Films.  Dave is the Artistic Director of Blue Box Productions.

Anne Fidler Colleen

ANNE FIDLER was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland and homeschooled until the age of 14, Anne started her acting career at the age of 5 in a production of Charlie Brown: the Musical at a community theater. At the age of 11, she made her professional debut in A Midsummer Night’s Dream directed by Irene Lewis at Center Stage, the State Theater of Maryland. She continued to work with various community theater groups, as well as honing her directing and writing skills. In 2002, she won The Young Playwrights’ Festival in Baltimore for her original play, Just the Next Thing and produced/directed/acted in a production of The Vagina Monologues. Later that year, she directed her first full-length production at The McDonogh School, The Pavilion by Craig Wright. Anne moved to New York in 2004 to attend New York University/Tisch School of the Arts where she has worked on numerous student films and plays. She recently completed her conservatory training at The Atlantic Acting School, and has worked extensively with Blue Box Productions. Anne has played in all of Eastwind’s shows to date: Sara in, Two Rooms in Davis, and Wendy in Monkey Trick.  She is the Managing Director of The Attic, which recently staged its first production, The Firebugs by Max Frisch.

Amber Bogdewiecz Dr. Ariel Whitaker

AMBER BOGDEWIECZ New York City Theatre credits: Land of the Babydolls, Honey & Candy (sr) (ZenBaby Theatre Company); Childhood Montana (Midtown International Theatre Festival); Lilitu’s Girls Cabaret Show (Lady M Productions). Denver Theatre credits: Sordid Lives (Theatre on Broadway); Laundry & Bourbon (Vintage Theatre); Buried Child (Denver Repertory Theatre). Films: Target (www.target-themovie.com) (CGF Films); Poseur (Cotton Mouth Collective Productions), The Meeting (Que…Que…Productions); Can We Have Just a Moment of Your Time? (HFC Films); Playground in the Sky (CreativeLab Productions). Currently filming: Beneath the Rock (Que…Que…Productions).

Carmel Amit Mrs. Harris / Gina Cates

CARMEL AMIT  New York City Theatre Credits: The Broken Jug (International Midtown Theatre Festival), Venus Erotica (ExitArt), American Mime Theatre (Lead female company member), The History of my Domestication (TigerMilk Productions), 365 Days/365 Plays (BlueBox Productions).  Film Credits: Taking Woodstock (Ang Lee), Night at the Opera (Nemo Librizzi/Jim Jarmusch), Trans Neptune (Matthew G. Long), The Retro Chic Revival (Matthew G. Long).  Received her theatre training at The American Academy of Dramatic Art 

Tyler Foltz Bob Fitzer

TYLER FOLTZ has performed Stand-Up comedy and Improv around New York City from the Laugh Factory to the New York Comedy Club.  He is a graduate of the Upright Citizens Brigade and the New Actors Workshop.

Anna Lamadrid Marla Fenton

ANNA LAMADRID New York City Theatre credits: Rooftops (Wreckio Ensemble); Eugene’s Got to Eat (Shalimar Productions), Dyke Patrol (New Perspectives), Lil’ Sticky (Blue Box Prod.), Lucila’s Story (NY Fringe.), Bottle Rockets (Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre.). Reading/Workshops for INTAR, The Lark, PRTT, Repertorio Español, Cherry Lane, The Fire Dept and NYU.  Film/TV credits: Williamsburg (Cadillac films), Guiding Light (CBS), The Choice (Far Walk Films).  www.anna-lamadrid.com

Zoe Metcalfe-Klaw Abby Biederman

ZOE METCALFE-KLAW  New York City Theatre credits: No One Gives Goats to the Homeless (Blue Box Prod.), Six Beers (Blue Box Prod.), Some Breakfast At Night (Working Man’s Clothes), Sins Is In Her Skirts (Sanford Meisner Theatre), Les Liasons Dangereuses, St. Bette’s, Loose Knit (Stella Adler Studio). Philadelphia Theatre credits: Subways (Phila. Fringe Festival).  Film: The Conception (NYU, Tisch).  B.F.A. NYU Tisch School of the Arts.

Jimmy Pravasilis Marc Warde

JAMES PRAVASILIS  NY Theatre credits: Swamp Ho (Cringe Festival 2009), Hit and Match (Algonquin theatre), Titus Andronicus (Foolish Mortals theatre co.), Becket (20 feet prod.), King John (Hudson Sheakespear co.), Cyrano, Arabian Nights, Durang Durang, Mad Dog Blues, Lysastrata, (45th Street Theatre), True West, Unseen Hand, Seduced ( Micheal Chekhov Theatre Co.) Herecles, Aclestis, Antigone, Death of a Salesman, The Glass Menagerie (Columbia univ.), A Thousand Clowns ( EBS Productions), The Liar (Native American Opera House). Film And TV: Torso Baby ( Eric Pagan Dir.), Saving Gene Simmonz (A&E Pilot- Kevin Jordan Dir.), Rescue Me (F/X Cantebery Prod.) Wpix Morning Show, ZROCK ( IFC), A Great Night in Harlem (BET), Danny Aiello Music Video ( Frank Nasso Dir.), Second Chances (TLC).

Paul Weissman Roy Mercer

PAUL WEISSMAN: New York CityTheatre Credits: Much Ado About Nothing (Point of You, Moonbeam), Midsummer Night’s Dream (Physical Plant), Macbeth (Shakespeare in the Parking Lot), Salome (Dr. Guffy), The Cock Machine (Theater for the New City), Girl in the Ashes (NADA), Poetry Alive (Tour), Love & Israel, Hurt So Good, South End, Midwinter’s Tale (Point of You Productions) Film: Four Letter Words (dir. Sean Baker), The Final Equation (dir:Daniel Abella), Fourhand (dir: Winn Coslick), The Answer (dir: Frank Blake).

BRAD SAVILLE is a novelist, playwright, and filmmaker. His novel Grotesque was published when he was 23. His first film, Williamsburg (2006) won Best Noir at the New York International Film Festival in 2006. Williamsburg has also been official selections of: Queens International Film Festival 2006, Delray Beach Film Festival 2007, Syracuse International Film Festival 2007, and The Long Island Wine and Country Film Festival 2007. Brad directed and produced the picture, A Night with Mark Murphy, a gritty look at the Grammy-nominated Jazz vocalist performing at the famous Iridium Jazz Club in NYC. His shorter plays Jism, Mint Julep, Gregor, Crazy, The Brothers Slaughter, Dining Alone, and Yermo Blues have been produced on stages throughout New York City the past three years.  In May 2009, Yermo Blues, was published in the New York Theater Review.   For Eastwind, he has written and directed two full-lengths: Two Rooms in Davis in 2007 and Monkey Trick in 2008.  Currently, Brad runs his company, Cadillac Films LLC, and is in pre-production on his next feature film, Regretting Fish.