Genre: Drama
Written by Paul Cameron Hardy, Directed by Eddie Prunoske

Glass Bandits Theater Company will present the World Premiere of playwright Paul Cameron Hardy’s (semi-finalist for the Page 73 2013 Playwriting Fellowship) feeling. directed by Eddie Prunoske (In Memoriam: a recession play in 13 acts with House of Yes),October 5-26 at The New Ohio Theatre (154 Christopher Street between Washington and Greenwich). The production will feature Meredith Burns* (wolves in abasement with Glass Bandits), Donna Haley* (Blanche in Brighton Beach Memoirs on Broadway), Carl Holder* (The Boogman Thumbs A-1-A with Glass Bandits), Ben Mehl* (The Comedy of Errors with The Public Theater), Quinn Meyers (Red House), and Luke Robertson* (Good Television with Atlantic Theater). The creative team will include Set and Lighting Design by Josh Smith (Blind Guy Alley at Incubator Arts Project), Costume Design by Andrea Hood (Here Lies Love at Williamstown), Sound Design by Erik T. Lawson (Candy Tastes Nice at Madame X) and Props Design by Sandy Siu (CW’s The Carrie Diaries). *Appearing courtesy of the Actors’ Equity Association.

Emma’s boyfriend left her. Her younger brother flew in to make sure she eats. She has papers to grade, a thesis to write and the rest of her life to figure out. Oh yeah, she’s also been drinking and talking with serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer…there’s also that.

feeling. began as a piece in Glass Bandit’s Living Room Readings Series. “Though we were confident in Paul's gifts as a writer, and the breadth of his creative spirit in general, nothing could prepare us for what we were about to hear.  Sadly, it is all too rare to come across something so spare, original, funny, and touching all anchored by such a unique and powerful female lead.” said Glass Bandit’s Producing Director Carl Holder. Glass Bandit’s went on to stage the production at their alma mater SUNY Purchase, in order to explore the show in a performance setting without full production costs. Paul then applied and was accepted to The Great Plain Theater Conference, where he worked on further developing the play, and was featured in American Theater Magazine. The upcoming production at The New Ohio will be the play’s World Premiere. 

About the Company: Glass Bandits Theater Company

GLASS BANDITS THEATER COMPANY is a gang of lovable misfits interested in making thrilling, accessible, unmannered theatrical events that bridge the gap between audience and performers. Our goal? To reach a wide array of patrons with work created to inspire in them a habit of going to the theater. Can’t seeing a play be as exciting as watching a band play at the neighborhood dive? Everyone’s a Bandit and every play’s for you! See a show, get some free glasses and let’s definitely grab a drink after.  

Preview:   10/05/13
Open:   10/07/13
Close:   10/26/13

Tuesday through Saturday at 8pm and Sundays at 7pm, with additional performances on Monday, October 7 at 8pm and Sunday, October 20 & 26 at 2pm
Theater:   The New Ohio Theatre
Address:   154 Christopher Street (between Gre
New York, NY 10014
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Cost:$25; $15 students
Buy Tickets Online or Call: Brown Paper Tickets at 1-800-838-3006
Presented by: Glass Bandits Theater Company         Official Web Site: www.gbtheater.com