Genre: Comedy
J.M Barrie, Kymm Zuckert

Legend says that a magical wood appears on Midsummer's Eve, and if you enter it, you may just find out who you would have been had your life taken a different turning. On one mysterious night, eight strangers go into that wood, and find out. J.M. Barrie, renowned author of Peter Pan, tells us the story of their "might have been"s.

Open:   02/20/10
Close:   02/28/10

Saturday 2/20 2p
Sunday 2/21 2p
Tuesday 2/23 8p
Wednesday 2/24 8p
Saturday 2/27 2p
Sunday 2/28 2p
Theater:   Wings Theatre
Address:   154 Christopher Street
New York, NY 10014
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Closest subway: 1, 9 to Christopher Street, west on Christopher Street several blocks to theatre

Cost:$20, $15 student
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Karen Brelsford is excited to be performing at Wings Theatre! Her debut at Wings was as assistant director in Emmy winner Joan Darling's Joni vs the Bard: The Shakespeare Smackdown. Karen is a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts Company and has experience in stage, film and tv. She has both Bachelor and Master of Science degrees from the University of Victoria, where she specialized in Dendrochronology (tree-ring studies). Favorite roles to date are Olivia in Night Must Fall and Linda in Jellyroll Shoes. Karen dedicates this performance to her wonderful parents who helped her avoid a serious case of the "might-have-beens".

Julia Giolzetti Mrs. Purdie

Julia Giolzetti is excited to be part of Dear Brutus! She holds a BFA in Theatre from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, where she studied at the Stella Adler Conservatory. San Diego: Romeo and Juliet (Juliet; SD Youth Playbill Award for Best Actress). NYU: Electra (Chrysothemis), The Misanthrope (Philinte), Laura Dennis, Cloud Nine, Mad Forest. New York: American Soldiers (Theater for the New City), PINK!, Henry V, The Back Line, T.A.B. (Downtown Urban Theater Festival & Manhattan Rep), Three Sisters. Film: "HappyThankYouMorePlease" (presented at Sundance 2010), "White Irish Drinkers", "Maconheiro", "Sweet Lorraine", "Last Chance". TV: "Z Rock". Commercial: Bank of America. Voiceover: "Big Love" interactive billboard campaign (NY/LA). Julia blogs about her crazy life at Love to Mom, Dad, and Angela.

Don Gomez Mr. Coade

Don Gomez was born in Bayonne NJ in the mid 50's to a talented mother and father, all of whose children and grandchildren being involved in some form in the arts.  Early on, Don learned to play the drums and played in a couple of bands, then started writing and acting in college films in his twenties.  He started a construction business to pay the rent while his career took off, and instead the construction business took off!  In the last couple of years, Don has come back to his first love, acting, working extensively in film, television, print and voice over, as well as a few art gallery videos for the artist Julien Bismuth, also some period photo recreations of Old Master paintings.

Jeff Horst Mr. Purdie

Regional Credits: Girl Crazy (42nd Street Moon), A Christmas Carol (Great American Melodrama), Beauty and the Beast (Columbus Children's Theatre), Seussical (Phoenix Theatre Circle). Recent credits: short films "Sonata Allegro", "Perfect Matches", HINT: A Murderous Musical (2009 Finge Fest), "The Delaware Film Company" (PSA), "As The World Turns" (Bailif Harrison). Upcoming showcase performances with The Actors Project NYC in February ( and Beyond the Break March 4 (; BM, BME-Ohio State University, American Conservatory Theatre Summer Training Congress.

James Liebman Mr. Dearth

James Liebman was most recently seen onstage as Frank in the new play Expecting by Aren Haun (Players Theater/DonetoDeath Prod.) Other Off-Off Broadway credits include Balancing Acts-Black and White (The Producers' Club/Los Tres Gatos), Orfeo and the Dragon (Riant Theatre/No-Pants Theatre Company), 3D-World (New York International Fringe Festival/No-Pants Theatre Company), and Search and Destroy (Producers' Club II/Wasted Potentials Theater Company). Film credits include "Hungry Years" (Isaak James/Last Ditch Pictures), the web series "El Lobo Rojo" (Hart Larsson Productions) and the soon to be released feature "The End of Something" (Colin Rivera/Vintage Youth Prod) and the short film "The Rose" (Jennie Allen). James has trained at the Atlantic Theatre School and the Terry Schreiber Studio.

Dorothy James Loechel is a junior at Pace University currently pursuing a BFA in Acting with a minor in Women's and Gender Studies. Pace credits include The Lesson (The Pupil), Skin of Our Teeth (Sabina), Summer and Smoke, Hard Times, and Out In The Open: Stories of Queer Oppression and Empowerment ("What I Want In Life"). NYC: Angels As We Fall (Manhattan Rep). FILM: "When Harry Tries to Marry" (Light Coffee). Dorothy is thrilled to be part of such a lovely cast, and would like to thank the Beavers, the Fish, and her parents for their love and support!

Peggy Queener Lady Caroline

Peggy Queener is very happy to be playing Lady Caroline in Dear Brutus. NYC credits: Nina, The Cocktail Hour; Violet, Snake in Fridge; Vixen, The Eight: Reindeer Monologues; Lady Croome, Arcadia; Deborah, I, Undertow. She has also been in several independent films; most recently she appeared in James Morgart's "Won Ton Baby!", which premiered at both the 2009 New York and London Horror Film Festivals. She wrote the short play, Fifi, Effie, and the Donut Lady, which she's adapting into a multi character one woman show. She's also on Phare Play Productions' board as event coordinator. Many thanks to Kymm and Blake for this opportunity. Endless love and thanks to her Mom and Dad, her friends and family, Kitty, and Coco Chanel.

Suzan Reither Mrs. Coade

Suzan Reither spent her former acting years on LI and appeared at the Riveria Dinner theatre as Nell in Gazebo and The wife in Roshomon. She has be seen in several Off-Off Broadway productions where she played Mrs. Bellotti in The Hot’l Baltimore, and Ethel Chauvenent in Harvey. Notable film work she played Martha in the Short Independent "Circulus Initium", and a Professor in the feature "Intellectual Property". Her recent film credits include Sidney Pollack’s "The Interpreter", "I Sell the Dead", and appeared in HBO‘s "Whoopi". She appears weekly in the opening photo credits in "Law and Order SVU" and has also been on "Saturday Night Live" and "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" appearing in sketches. She is in the MTV Spanish TV series "Wisin ‘y Yandel" in a dancing sketch and is seen a Kleinsleep commercial. Suzan has interpreted and performed in Spanish on stage and in a Spanish ESL video. She studied theatre AADA and at West Virginia University studying Shakespeare. She is very happy to be appearing at Wings Theatre.

Evan Sokal grew up in Westchester, New York and has been living in Brooklyn for the last two years. During his years in college, Evan studied acting at Sarah Lawrence and the British American Drama Academy in London. His performances in New York include Osric in Hamlet, an appearance in the Midtown Theater Festival in the play Yom Kippur, and most recently as the lead in the new musical Truck Stop. Evan is very excited to be working with Kymm Zuckert and this great cast on Dear Brutus. Thanks to all of his family and friends for their love and support.

Mary Stewart Mrs. Dearth

Mary Stewart is thrilled to be back on stage after a brief hiatus which produced two wonderful children. New York credits include Machinal (Lincoln Center Lab), As You Like It, Love’s Labour’s Lost (Circle in the Square), Bender Gender Straight and Neutered (Lark Theatre), Five Women Waiting, Alcestis (Manhattan Theatre Source), Next To Nothing (NY Fringe Festival). Favorite regional roles include Kate in Taming of the Shrew (VSF) and Reno Sweeney in Anything Goes (LBMTC). For Dan, who got me here.

Eric Zeisler Matey

Eric Zeisler is an actor, writer, director and singer. His acting career has included such diverse roles as Capt. Lancey in Brian Friel's Translations, Tommy in Steve Gooch's Female Transport, Orgon in Moliere's Tartuffe and Corbaccio in Ben Jonson's Volpone. Last year he appeared in the New York premiere of Richard Vetere's Caravaggio at Manhattan Theater Source. His film credits include the independent feature "Public Hearing" (now in post-production) and "The Crooked Symphony" which is scheduled to be making the film festival circuit later this year. Eric has worked as a Dramaturg for various New York productions as well as Literary Consultant at both the New York Shakespeare Festival/Public Theatre and the Manhattan Theatre Club. He is an accomplished director and has staged the premieres of numerous new works throughout New York City. In March, he will be appearing in a staged reading of two of Jeff Stolzer's plays at the Arthur Seelen Theater.

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 and Phare Play Productions, 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, and Marie in the world premiere of Maiden's Progeny (Off-Broadway). She has been a director for the past fifteen years, on such shows as A Woman of No Importance, Orpheus Descending, Arcadia, A Doll's House, Closer, Gay Slave Handbook and Shirley Valentine.