Genre: Comedy, Drama
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David Auburn

Catherine’s having a rough week. Her father Robert, a gifted but troubled mathematics professor, has died. While her older sister Claire returns to sort out his affairs and her father’s protégé Hal searches her father’s papers for work of unpublished brilliance, Catherine struggles to solve the most perplexing problem of all: how much of her father’s madness -- or genius -- she has inherited.

PROOF won the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award for Best Play in 2001.

About the Company: tongue in cheek theater productions

Tongue in Cheek Theater is an independent theater company dedicated to producing seriously funny theater. Its mission is to tell stories which resonate with universal truth and which make its audiences laugh in recognition of those truths. About the company’s production of PROOF, Nicole Bournas-Ney of called it “first rate. Auburn's story is given vivid life by a quartet of talented actors...exceptional.” Heather Violanti of said, “Tongue in Cheek Theater’s revival of PROOF is delicately nuanced, graced with fine performances and a clear-eyed dedication to the script...a memorable evening of theater.”

Open:   04/28/10
Close:   05/08/10

Wednesdays through Saturdays at 8 p.m.
Theater:   Bridge Theater at Shetler
Address:   244 West 54th Street, 12th Floor
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Cost:$17 in advance, $20 at the door
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Jake Lipman Catherine

New York: The Inn at Lake Devine, Our Town, Proof, Buffalo Heights, How I Learned to Drive, The Mistakes Madeline Made. National Tour: The Little Prince (National Theatre of the Performing Arts). TV: Six Degrees of Murder, A Crime to Remember. Film: Endo, Gary from Accounting, Solo, Harry & Judy, Envy. MFA in acting (Actors Studio Drama School) BA in French and art (Smith College).

New York Theater includes Hay Fever (Simon), Waiting for William F. Buckley (Frederick), Eusebius & Floristan (Eusebius), Tape (Jon), Joined at the Head (Jim), The Future (Billy), Thanksgiving Dinner (James), Penguins, Puppies & Porn (Nurse), Chekhov's Anniversary (Khirin), Strindberg's Easter (Benjamin) and When You Wake (R). Regional Theater: MacBeth (MacDuff/Sergeant, Murderer), Pigeon River Opera (Roger Connor/Chorus), Watching Trisha (William), Katie (Brandon), The Waiting Room (Ash), As You Like It (Oliver/LeBeau/Corin/William). Among a number of independent and student films, Brian has appeared on MetroTV (Dead End Street), A&E (America's Castles) and The Outdoor Life Channel (Dive Today). Brian earned his MFA in Acting from the Actors Studio Drama School where he worked with Lloyd Richards, Gene Saks and Ron Liebman. When he completed his BA in Communication, he also earned the title After Dinner Speaking State Champion in the Michigan Intercollegiate Forensics League. Brian's talents have also extended into producing and directing both regionally and in New York City.

Daryl Brown Robert
Daryl Brown has appeared in numerous stage productions in New York in the last several years. He was last seen at the Theatre for the New City in 'Follies of Grandeur' and at the Wings Theatre in 'The Deluxe Illustrated Body'. Before that, he appeared in 'Sweet Love Adieu' at the Bank Street Theatre and in an award winning production of 'Masquerade' at the Cherry Lane Theatre. He has also performed in the historical recreation of 'Titanic Voices' and in several independent films. Much thanks to his friends and Daniele for their generous support.
Deirdre has most recently appeared in several improvisational comedy groups in New York City. Favorite roles include Gilda Radner (Bunny, Bunny), L'il Bit (How I Learned To Drive) and Poopay (Communicating Doors). Deirdre has worked on Law & Order and Law & Order: SVU. She's also studied with William Esper.