Genre: Comedy
David Ives


To begin the Spring semester of the 2010-2011 Season, the York College Theatre present’s an evening of comic jems exploring the pleasures and perversities of contemporary life in ALL IN THE TIMING.

All In The Timingconsists of nine zany comedies all linked through the theme of time, communication and relationships. Playwright David Ives, a John Gassner Playwrighting Award winner, takes the audience on a veritable roller coaster of excitement and exploration. All in the Timing was the surprise comedy hit of the 1994 Off-Broadway theatre season in New York. Vincent Canby of the New York Times says the show is "like sketches for some hilarious, celestially conceived revue. The writing is not only very funny, but has the density of thought and precision of poetry. All In The Timing is by a master of fun. David Ives spins hilarity out of words."  This production contains adult language and situations, and is not recommended for very young audiences.

Under the direction of Professor Timothy J. Amrhein, this production will feature the evocative set designs of faculty member David T. Jones, built by York College students under the direction of CLT G. Lawrence Belcon.  It also features vivid lighting of guest designer, Daniel Winters.  CLT, Jessica Pecharsky, member of Actor’s Equity Association, rounds off the list as production/stage manager.

About the Company: York College (The City University of New York)

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Cast: Joseph Grasso
Open:   03/18/11
Close:   03/22/11

March 18 at 4PM
March 19 at 8PM
March 20 at 3PM
March 22 at 12Noon
Theater:   York College Theater
Address:   94 - 20 Guy R. Brewer Blvd,
Jamaica, NY 11451
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his past production credits include: Little Shop of Horrors, Fabulation, The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged, Macbeth, All In The Timing and Fame.  Jarrel has been a stage technician, actor, and an assistant stage manager for a number of shows at York.  The skills that he has gained through productions and coursework at York also help with work outside the school. He wants to keep the theater close while he continues his profession in Communications & Technology, pursuing a career in sports-casting and videography.

SEBRENA MASON is an upper senior, majoring Speech Communication/ Theatre Arts. This is her fifth performance with the York College Theatre. Her past productions include Yo Soy Latina, Scapin, All In The Timing and Fame. Even with just four productions at York, Sebrena is no stranger to the stage.  She has been in many productions outside of York, with a theatre company in the city. Since the age of two, Sebrena has been a classically trained ballerina and has a love for music and the arts as well as the sciences. She plans to have her own dance school and company in the future and is looking forward to teaching those who share the same love for dance and the arts as she does. She hopes to go far in show business with her acting and dancing skills, and will not give up her love for science as well.

Fabella Decema (The Ariel) is an upper sophomore at York College majoring in gerontology studies.  It is her first time performing at York. Fabella has been acting, singing and modeling  since she was 8 years old and she is currently with an acting agency. Fabella plans to act in future shows at York and after graduation, to continue her career as a gerontologist and if that doesn't work out, she hopes to have a future on the big screen.

Freddy Gonzalez(Master of the Ship) is an upper junior and  majoring in Theatre Arts and Speech Communication. This is his first time in a York College Theatre Production and will most certainly not be his last. He is an aspiring Director and is in hopes of becoming something huge in the future. For now though his main goals are finishing college and starting his own production team. Freddy feels in order to achieve excellence as a director he should study hard and work on his acting.  Expressing himself  through film and plays is something he’s wanted to do since he was 12.

ALEX CONSTANTINIDES is a lower senior at York College with a double major in English and Speech Communication/ Theater Arts.  This will be his seventh show at York College.  His past productions include: The Exonerated, Scapin, Istwa!, Fame, The Complete works of William Shakespeare Abridged andAll In The Timing. His main Interest includes comedy and he cannot get enough of it.  He is excited to be a part of another show at York and looks forward to participating in more plays and pursuing acting outside of school.  "Life is a tragedy when seen in close-up, but a comedy in long-shot."- Charlie Chaplin.


JASMAINE CALIZAIRE is majoring in Speech Communication/ Theater Arts and Education. She is an All-Star and Change Agent (on the Creative Arts Team) of the City University of New York. Jasmaine plans to pursue a Master’s in either theater or urban studies and continue on to become an elementary school teacher. She is currently working on launching her own organization which is a not-for-profit mentorship program for both youth and adults. 



Kimberly Ferrer is a freshman at York College majoring in Pharmaceutical Sciences. This is her first time performing at York College. She loves reading original plays and poems and is planning to perform in many up-and-coming productions at York before she graduates.