Genre: Comedy
W. M. Akers, Directed by Kathryn McConnell

Cary, 22, is a lump of a human being. A year ago his world collapsed, when his bookseller mentor closed up shop and disappeared. His life is again upended when the mentor, fifty-something Hal Regan, returns with a proposal: "Wouldn't it be fun to blow up the big Barnes and Noble on Union Square?" Cary goes along reluctantly, becoming enthusiastic for the old man's mad quest when he meets Beatrice, a lovely young B&N employee who wants to help. But when she and Hal turn on each other, Cary must make a choice. Does he want love, or does he want books?

About the Company: Sanguine Productions

Sanguine Productions is a theatre company committed to the production of uncompromising works that allow a better understanding of ourselves and the world we live in. Sanguine will inspire our community to confront isolation and explore the shared human experience. Our mission is to advance the art of American theatre through the spirit of collaboration, making art accessible to everyone. We believe that the continuation of theatre depends on our ability to enable a greater connection of the world to each other. We pledge to:
• Make theatre more accessible
• Help build relationships
• Demonstrate our integrity through our work
• Provide high quality theatre

Open:   02/17/11
Close:   02/20/11

Thursday - Saturday 8pm
Sunday 3pm
Theater:   Stage Left Studio
Address:   214 West 30th Street
New York, NY 10018
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Conveniently located between 9th and 10th Avenues, near the Port Authority and Penn Stations A, C or E line.

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