Genre: Comedy
by Brooke Berman, directed by Kymm Zuckert

"She was sixteen and mean; beautiful and smashing..." when Jason was twenty-four he fell for Abby, the sixteen-year-old daughter of his hero, famous novelist James Meadows.  Now, five years later, Jason has written a book about their relationship and it is a huge hit!  What do you do when your first love writes a book about what a bitch you were and about that time when you refused to give him oral sex?  Well, Abby and her best friend Clea go to London to confront Jason (and, in Clea's case, to find Madonna), but things don't turn out quite like everyone expected them to. 

Open:   01/08/11
Close:   01/22/11

Sat 1/8 at 2p, Sun 1/9 at 2p, Fri 1/14 at 5p, Sat 1/15 ay 5p, Sun 1/16 at 5p,
Fri 1/21 at 5p and Sat 1/22 at 5p
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 General Admission, $15 for Students (with valid ID)
Buy Tickets Online or Call: Wings Theatre Box Office at 212-627-2961
Company: Zephyer Rep

Jordan Chin is originally from Portland, Oregon and currently resides in Brooklyn. She is an off/on drama student at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, having studied at both Playwrights Horizons and the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute. Jordan has appeared in one other production with Zephyer Rep (Romeo and Juliet, A Capulet/Apothecary), and is so pleased to have this opportunity to stretch her wings! Endless thanks to her wonderful director Kymm, her cast and crew, and her family and friends for supporting her as she follows her passion!

Ray Field James

Ray Field is pleased to be returning to Zephyer Rep after appearing as Harold/Win in The Downside Risk.  As an actor he has appeared on A&E, PBS, and in independent films and commercials.  As a standup comedian, he has featured in clubs around the country, including Caroline's, Comix, and Gotham here in New York City.  He studied with Carole Rosenfeld and Aaron Frankel at HB Studios, and with Billy Merritt and Sean Conroy a the Upright Citizen's Brigade. Under his honest-and-truly name, "Raphael Tennenbaum," he is a noted freelance writer and essayist whose work has been published in Wired, Forbes, Golf Digest, and Newsday.

Theater: Walter (The Network One-Act Festival), Hamlet (Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival), Henry V (Commonwealth Shakespeare Company) Film: Maria Callas Said That (Lifefinder Films).

Elena Skopetos is currently pursuing her BA in Theatre at Marymount Manhattan College. This is her third show with Zephyer, past credits include Periwinkle  Odyssey and Balthasar in Romeo and Juliet. She was recently seen as a member of the ensemble in RENT (Phoenix Productions). Favorite Roles include: Miss Scarlett in Clue and Catherine in Pippin. She would like to thank Kymm and Blake for this wonderful opportunity, as well as her family and friends for their constant love and support! This one's for Buffy!

Kymm Zuckert Director

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, Phare Play Productions and Zephyer Rep, 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, Leona in Small Craft Warnings and Marie-Ange in the world premiere of Maiden's Progeny at 59E59 Theaters.  She has been a director for the past seventeen years, of such shows as The Trojan Women, Dear Brutus, Man and Superman, Dulcy, The Cemetery Plays, The Unfortunate Honeymoon of Tony and Steve, A Woman of No Importance, Orpheus Descending, Ghosts, Arcadia, A Doll's House, Cloud Nine, Closer, Gay Slave Handbook and Shirley Valentine.