Genre: Comedy
MacAdam Smith

The cast and crew of the next big budget sci-fi blockbuster are having trouble coming up with the climactic scene to their film. How bloody can the death be? How revealing the costumes? And who should play which role? As characters clash over egos, creative vision, and really inappropriate sexual affairs, The Table Scene weaves a comic, surreal world where storytelling is a potentially lethal occupation.

Open:   04/26/12
Close:   05/12/12

April 26-28, May 2-5, May 9-11 @ 8pm
April 29 and May 6 @ 3pm
May 12 @ 2pm and 8pm
Theater:   Urban Stages
Address:   259 W 30th Street
New York, NY 10017
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DeVon is thrilled to be making some groovy theater magic happen with Nicholas Ward and Co. NY credits:  "Richard and Anne" ("a talent to watch"- NYTimes at the Young Mirror), "City of Glass" (Potomac Theatre Project) "It's All In Your Head" (Broken Box Mime) ; Regional: "Richard II" , "Henry V" (The Shakespeare Theatre Co), "Superior Donuts" ("greatest understudy performance of all time! "- DeVon's Mom - at the Studio Theatre); International: "Noise" (Painted Filly - Dublin Fringe). Much love to all his friends and family. Special shout to all those who donated to the Kickstarter!
New York: Murder in the Cathedral and The less we talk..., (hoi polloi, directed by Alec Duffy); Be Story Free (Inverse Theater, directed by Kirk Wood Bromley). Regional: Emma (Pioneer Theatre); Twelfth Night (Westport Country Playhouse); Candida (Two River Theater Company); Amadeus, Romeo and Juliet, and The Servant of Two Masters (Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey); All's Well That Ends Well and Hamlet (Alabama Shakespeare Festival); A Christmas Carol (Denver Center); Big Bill (Williamstown Theatre Festival); Othello, Don Juan (Shakespeare Theatre Company D.C.); Love's Labour's Lost (Shakespeare Theatre Company/RSC); Romeo and Juliet (Human Race Theatre).

Bridget Coyne Gabbe is a graduate of the University of Michigan with a BFA in Theatre Performance. She’s completed a national tour with Chamber Theatre Productions (EUREKA!, lead role) performing for over 40,000 students in 53 cities; done staged readings at the Vineyard Theatre, Phoenix Theatre Ensemble and Primary Stages; numerous short films; and improv with NY Comedy Connection. She's also a graduate of the famed Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music + Art and Performing Arts, and has studied at the Lee Strasburg Institute and Stella Adler Acting Studio. She is the post-BFA blogger for

Deanna Henson (Madeline Honeydew)  is delighted to join the cast and production of The Table Scene.  She holds an MFA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she worked with the PlayMakers Repertory Company.  She has also worked professionally with Long Wharf, Caldwell Theatre Company, GableStage, and the Aphra Behn Society to name a few.  Credits include Tartuffe, Danny and the Deep Blue Sea, Bold Girls, Heartbreak House, and Othello.  A big thank you to MacAdam and Nick, the cast and crew, my awesome family, and of course Mark.

Off Broadway: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, THE TEMPEST, FOOLS IN LOVE.  He has performed at BAM Harvey Theater and The Public.  Off-Off Broadway: 13 CLOCKS (Cherry Lane Theater), HOW TO FOLD A SHIRT (Soho Playhouse) INFALTRAGE 2 (Flea Theater), THE JEW OF MALTA (York Shakespeare Company), HAMLET  (Millennium Talent Group), PROOF (Umbrella Hat Productions).  Film/TV credits: AREA X and GO GO (Cautious Films), PETE AND PETE (Nickelodeon), and AS THE WORLD TURNS (CBS).  Antony wrote and directed ELSINORE COUNTY (Cherry Lane Theater) and GIN AND MILK (Lucky devil Theater Company).  Thanks to Nick and MacAdam for their unceasing effort and commitment to this project.