Genre: Comedy
co-written by Christina Jeffs and Risa Sarachan, directed by Kristopher Knight

The REAL Snow White (Risa Sarachan) and Cinderella (Christina Jeffs) are fed up with Hollywood dictating how their stories should end; when they finally meet their (disappointing) princes, they decide that an epic adventure through the Forbidden Forest (courtesy of Fairy Godmother) would be much more fun than marriage. Join them as they triumphantly conquer fat Rapunzel, gnomes, and involuntary manslaughter on their quest to answer the age old question: can you give yourself a happy ending?  Snow White and Cinderella F**cking Rage is co-written by Christina Jeffs and Risa Sarachan, directed by Kristopher Knight, and features actors Alex Herrald and Kunal Prasad.

Open:   08/03/12
Close:   08/04/12

Friday August 3 and Saturday August 4 at 7:30 pm
Theater:   The Tank @ 46th Street
Address:   151 w. 46th St. (b/t 6th and 7th Av
New York, NY 10036
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Buy Tickets Online or Call: Brown Paper Tickets at 1-800-838-3006
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Risa has a BFA from NYU Experimental Theatre Wing. NYCcredits include: Billy Witch (Studio 42), Your Boyfriend May Be Imaginary (The Management Theatre Company), Boyfriend Scarf, Ballad of All-Beef Patty, other assorted short plays 
(Ensemble Studio Theatre), Deactivated (Theatre for the New City), Serious Hammering (PS 122), BANG/whimper (NY Fringe), Learning to Love Me More (Ontological Hysterical), Claire and Daniel (Atlantic Theatre Stage 2), The History of My Domestication (TigerMilk Collective). Films: My Friends Told Me About You (Wholphin Collection) and hItec! 
Comedy webseries: Inconvenient Interviews with Risa. 
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I was born and raised in Los Angeles, and I’m kind of bicoastal now—don’t be jealous! I went to NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, and just haven’t been able to drag myself out of the city since graduating. I’ve worked for artists doing bubble gum paintings, in digital advertising, I’ve been on tour with Iggy Pop (what??), but I’m a writer and actress above all else! 
Comedy is what I have always loved most. I have been studying sketch and improv at the Groundlings or UCB since I was 16 years old and had to lie about my age to get into class. 
My favorite movie is Clueless. My second favorite movie is Dick. Ya. It was insanely underrated and you will love it. GOWATCH IT NOW!

Regional: The Consequences (Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater). NYC: These Seven Sicknesses, The Wundelsteipen, Future Anxiety, Just Cause, and #serials@theflea (Flea Theater); The Fantastic Adventures of TGSM (Ars Nova); The House of Blue Leaves and The Reckoning of Kit and Little Boots (Gallery Players). Buddy Holly at the Armory (Prospect Theatre Company); Insurmountable Simplicities (NY Fringe); Galileo (Milk Can Theatre Company); The Meaning of Life... (45th St. Theater); Decadent Acts (Planet Connections Festivity). FILM: The Conservatory (College Emmy Award winner); Paperclip, Currents, Hypno. visit:

Kunal Prasad is from the San Francisco Bay Area. He received his MFA from American Repertory Theater at Harvard University and studied improv at Upright Citizen's Brigade. Besides acting Kunal is a storyteller and has written a series of stories about his child and young-adulthood titled I miss my Mom and Dad for this? Favorite theater credits include Your Boyfriend May Be Imaginary with The Management Theater Company, Empire of the Trees with Wizard Oil Productions, and Julius Caesar with American Repertory Theater and Centre Dramatique National Orleans and Pinter’s Room and Celebration directed by the late Roman Kozak. You can catch Kunal in |the claque|’s serial The (IR)regulars.