Genre: Comedy
Richard Thomas Henle, Rhonda Goldstein

 This story is about a struggling writer who is stuck in a job writing for a small "rag" "gossip" magazine about D list celebrities and what they are up to, and his good friend that is making a name for herself in the world of television and cable tv and advertising, she gives him a chance to write for a tv show...however, its for a reality tv show. Taking it head on he tries to take this reality cast of 7, all of which have their own Major issues, a Texting Twitter Facebook Queen who wants to make a text term dictionary, a runner up on Americas next top model who wants her own show already, a tech guy who cant do anything unless an APP tells how too,  A typical Ladies man, or so who thinks, his girlfriend who puts up with his nonsense or so he thinks, another girl who is looking for the true meaning of love...everywhere, including Googling it. And then a man who is just a little bit odd, still walking around with his cassette walkman giant headphones, singing songs of the 80's, who hates all social media. All of this comes together as the writer tries to get these 7 to see things his way, when social media didnt exist.

About the Company: Lifelines Productions

Lifelines Productions has been creating since 2003 and to date has done 21 stage plays and 6 full films. Our goal is to bring cutting edge stories, diversity in casting, and different types of stories to go with those diversities. This is our 17th show at the Manhattan Repertory Theater

Cast: Felix Hiciano, Meghan M. Ginley, Kilsis Julia, Ransel Sangster, Saida Leekong, Solomon Peck Jr., Melissa Waaland, Richard Thomas Henle, Rhonda Goldstein-Director
Open:   06/20/13
Close:   06/30/13

June 20th at 9pm
June 22nd at 9pm
June 26th at 9pm
June 28th at 9pm
June 30th at 8pm
Theater:   Manhattan Repertory Theatre
Address:   303 West 42nd Street
New York, NY
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Bianca Soto Jasmine

I am a New York native stage and film actor. I began my career early on as a dancer where I had the privilege of performing in the New York International Fringe Festival, Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival and at the Women’s World Cup Opening Ceremonies (with N*SYNC!) to highlight a few.

Eventually I shifted my focus to acting where I received training from The William Esper Studio’s 2 year Meisner program. I recently finished a year long apprenticeship with The Barrow Group and I am also a proud member of the bi-coastal 68 Cent Crew Theatre Company and the Wise Fish Theater Collective.