Genre: Drama
by Stephen Belber, directed by Jim Wise

An event occurred the night of three friends' high school graduation party that affected them profoundly. They reunite in a shabby motel room 10 years later and battle over the haunting details from that in-erasable evening.

About the Company: Duel Theatre


Duel Theatre isn’t just theatre.


Duel Theatre CHALLENGES our fellow artists, audience members, and community to recognize their own SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY.


As a theatrical ensemble, we will pursue this mission through a season of PLAYS, holding CLASSES and WORKSHOPS on acting and its related fields, and by engaging our COMMUNITY through OUTREACH projects.

Open:   11/13/10
Close:   11/27/10

Nov. 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, 22, 23, 26, 27 at 8pm
Nov. 14, 21 at 3pm
Theater:   Center Stage, NY
Address:   48 West 21st Street, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10010
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Buy Tickets Online or Call: Brown Paper Tickets at 1-800-838-3006
Company: Duel Theatre         Official Web Site: www.dueltheatre.org

BRANDON McMILLEN is an actor based in NYC.  He received his MFA from the Pennsylvania State University, and his BA from Western Washington University.  Credits include The American Globe Theatre: Henry V and Henry IV Part II;  Room6 Theatre, Philly: Tape; PSU: As You Like It, Speaking in Tongues, Parade, Twelfth Night, Push, Mother Courage, and The Rivals. 


JAMES SAVAGE, JR. is an actor and educator based in NYC. He received his MFA in Acting at Penn State University and his BS in Arts Education from Ashland University. Credits include; NYC:  Henry V and Richard II (The American Globe); Cleveland, Ohio: Julius Caesar (Great Lakes Theatre Festival), Boy Gets Girl (Beck Center), The Sweepers (Ensemble Theatre at The Cleveland Playhouse), and Murder Once Removed (Karamu); Julius Caesar (Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival). James is an Adjunct Lecturer in speech at Queensborough Community College/CUNY.


JESSIEE DATINO*- Off Broadway: The Late Christopher Bean (TACT), Sin (BPAC). Regional: Hay Fever, The Dining Room, Lend Me A Tenor (PACS), Moon Over Buffalo (Cape Playhouse), Romeo and Juliet (HASF), A Christmas Carol, Love, Janis u/s (KC Rep), Talley's Folly, Talley and Son (Actor's Theatre KC). A Couple of White Chicks Sitting Around Talking (LTR). Training: MFA Penn State University.


* This actor appears courtesy of Actor's Equity Association