Genre: Drama
Rebecca Gilman

HARRY DIESEL PRODUCTIONS is pleased to announce the production of award-winning
playwright Rebecca Gilman’s BOY GETS GIRL, directed by Michael Menger. BOY GETS GIRL
will play a three-week limited engagement at the Access Theatre (380 Broadway @ White
Street on the 4th Floor). Performances begin Thursday, November 3 and continue through
Sunday, November 20. Opening Night is Saturday, November 5 (8 p.m.). Press are invited to all
performances starting November 3.
Theresa Bedell is an independent literary journalist living in New York City. Utterly devoted to her
work, she struggles to find a meaningful relationship. When set up on a blind date with Tony, a
handsome man new to town, with humor and suspense her life is turned upside down.
What defines a stalker? How tenuous is one woman's control over her own life, when someone
refuses to take no for an answer?
The production features scenic design by David Menard, costume design by Jessa-Raye Court,
and lighting design by Keith Truax. Shaun Gunning is the sound designer and creating original
soundtrack music and Connor Davis is the stage manager.
BOY GETS GIRL plays the following regular schedule through Sunday, November 20:
Thursdays at 8 p.m.
Fridays at 8 p.m.
Saturdays at 8 p.m.
Sundays at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $18 and are now available online at or by 866-811-4111.
Tickets may also be purchased in-person at the theater ½ hour prior to performance.
REBECCA GILMAN (Playwright) most widely known works are Spinning Into Butter, a play that addresses
political correctness and racial identity, and Boy Gets Girl, which was included in Time Magazine's List of
the Best Plays and Musicals of the Decade. She is also the author of “The Glory of Living” which was a
Pulitzer prize finalist. In 2010 she was named to Goodman Theatre’s Artistic Collective, a diverse group of
outstanding American theater artists who make the Goodman their artistic home.
Gilman is a member of the Council of Dramatists Guild of America and a board member of the American
Civil Liberty Union of Illinois. She is an Associate Professor of Playwriting and Screenwriting in the Master
of Fine Arts Writing for the Screen and Stage program at Northwestern University.
MICHAEL MENGER (Director) has been writing and directing for over 20 years. Some of his directing
credits include, Mass Appeal and The House of Nunzio for All Seasons Theatre, A Midsummer Night's
Dream for Tygres Heart Shakespeare, The True History of Mexico and Coca-Cola, Cenizas, Profecia, and
Deporting the Divas for The Miracle Theatre, and Grease for The Broadway Rose. 
As an actor Michael was seen in the New York premiere of Tit for Tat and Vanishing Point.  Some favorite
Shakespearean roles include Edmund in King Lear, Angelo in Measure for Measure, Antipholus of
Syracuse in Comedy of Errors, and Puck in A Midsummer Night’s Dream.  Michael also enjoyed a three-
year run of the wacky comedy, The Comple at Wrks of Wllm Shakespeare.  He made his national television
debut on the sit-com “Hope and Faith”.
Michael has written several plays including, Stranger Fantasies, The Really BIG Dance Company Goes To
Hell!, The Holiday Show, Out West!, Perfection (which he wrote, produced and directed for his wife Kellie
Johnson) and most recently Sweet Morning. He and his wife are currently seeking producers for their epic
musical extravaganza: The Really BIG Pirate Show!
For 12 years Michael was the founder and artistic director of Michael Menger's Really BIG Dance
Company, based in Portland, Oregon, which produced modern dance and physical theater productions, as
well as original musicals.
HARRY DIESEL PRODUCTIONS is the brain child of Shaun Gunning and Kate Dulcich, two actor/writer/
musicians who had faded out of the NYC theater scene recently due to the realities of paying rent and the
dissolution of Hipgnosis theatre company, of which Kate was a member. When they were faced with two
milestone birthdays in the same year, they heard the deafening sound of a clock ticking and got a rush of
invigorating energy. They wanted to do something but weren’t sure what or how. So they looked at their
cat, Harry Diesel, and asked him what to do. Harry yawned, which meant: “Go after your dreams you guys!
No one is doing the shows that you want to do? Do them yourselves!” And so they did. This is their first
producing collaboration together.
Open:   11/03/11
Close:   11/20/11

Thursdays at 8 p.m.
Fridays at 8 p.m.
Saturdays at 8 p.m.
Sundays at 7 p.m.
Theater:   Access Theater
Address:   380 Broadway, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10013
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Closest subway: NR to Canal., walk south on Broadway to theatre.

Buy Tickets Online or Call: TheaterMania at 866-811-4111