Genre: Drama
©Johanny Mota
Written by Brett Epstein; Directed by Vanessa Soto

Brett Epstein's biting dark comedy explores the relationships and secrets within a family of five in suburban Connecticut. When a mother's abrupt announcement causes an eruption of conflicting views, a seemingly "normal" dinner slowly veers into an emotional battle to get the last word regarding life without Joey.
Daniela Thome ............ Maggie
Geoffrey Pomeroy ............ Rob
Andrew MacLarty ............ James
David Rosenblatt ............ Josh
Conor Tansey ............ Joey

*Created in 2005 by Ken Wolf, Artistic Director and Jennifer Pierro, Director of Productions, Manhattan Repertory Theatre has produced over 450 plays, and over 2000 theatre artists have participated.*
*Life Without Joey (then called Suburbia) premiered in May 2009 at the John Bowab Studio Theatre in Providence, Rhode Island.*

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About the Company: Manhattan Repertory Theatre


Manhattan Repertory Theatre was founded in August 2005 by Ken Wolf, Artistic Director and Jennifer Pierro, Director of Productions. Since its inception, Manhattan Repertory Theatre has produced over 900 plays and worked with over 10,000 theatre artists.  MRT’s mission is to help all artists get their work produced in a professional, supportive and clean environment.

Cast: Conor Tansey, David Rosenblatt, Andrew Maclarty
Open:   11/14/10
Close:   11/14/10

Sunday, November 14th at 8:00pm [ENCORE/FINAL PERFORMANCE]
Theater:   Manhattan Repertory Theatre
Address:   303 West 42nd Street
New York, NY
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  In New York, Daniela recently acted as Rhonda Louise in Women of Manhattan at The Stella Adler Studio, where she just finished a one year intensive acting program. Previous to coming to NY, favorite shows include Baal, Mrs. Bob Cratchit's Wild Christmas Binge, and My Fair Lady.

Geoffrey is an honors graduate of the British-American Drama Academy's Shakespeare Programme in London, and Skidmore College; where he studied: Acting, Music Theory, Play Writing, and Directing. 
During his studies, Geoffrey received Skidmore's highly coveted "Periclean Scholar Award" for his work onstage.

After graduating, he moved to Los Angeles, where he appeared in many stage productions and independent films.  Shortly after his re-location, a re-kindled interest in music became a prominent focal point in Geoffrey's life.  He soon found himself composing music for the theater and scoring indie films...  One such film score eventually won him the award for "Best Original Score" at an independent film festival!
His band, Please performed extensively throughout LA, and has a very cool CD entitled "Broken Little Songs".

In January of 2010, Geoffrey made the move to New York where he could continue making poor "life" decisions on the East Coast.  Since his relocation, he has appeared onstage at The Abingdon Theater, PS 122, The Manhattan Rep., and The Player's Theater.

His theater credits include:  The Hostage, Arcadia, OD@C, Life Without Joey, A Cougar's Tale, How I Learned To Drive, A Thurber Carnival, MacBeth, Twelfth Night, Henry IV (Parts I & II), Waiting For Lefty, Henry V, Peace For Pot, Othello, The Immigrant, Bedroom Farce, The Zoo Story, The Provok'd Wife, Antigone, The Skin Of Our Teeth, The Trial, Oedipus, Jeffrey, American Notes, Edward III, Fiddler On The Roof, and Two Days 'Till Dawn.

Onscreen, his voice has been heard in the animated films Monsters Vs. Aliens and Over The Hedge.  Most recently, he appears as Steve in the internet series Death's Door, set to be released summer, 2011.