Genre: Comedy, Drama, Lesbian+Gay, Festival
Written by Gregg Barrios, Directed by Greg Hinojosa

I-DJ is a story of Warren Peace aka Amado Guerrero Paz, a gay Mexican American youth who finds his calling as a DJ.  He spins the soundtrack of his life on the dance floor by night and by day in a gay send-up of Shakesqueer's Ham-a-lot set to a dub-step beat of ecstasy, tainted love, Rollerena and Herb Alpert. When a younger DJ challenges him to a musical standoff, their stories and their music collide. Only one will emerge triumphant.

Open:   02/19/14
Close:   02/25/14

Feb 19, 5:30PM.
Feb 22, 6:50PM.
Feb 23, 2:05PM.
Feb 24, 10:15PM.
Feb 25, 7:05PM.
Theater:   Under St Marks
Address:   94 St Marks Place
New York, NY 1009
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6 train to Astor Place, then walk 4 blocks east L train to 1st Avenue, then walk 6 blocks south and turn east onto St Marks

Cost:$10 - $16
Buy Tickets Online or Call: SmartTix at 212-868-4444
Company: FRIGID New York         Official Web Site: www.frigidnewyork.info
Rick Sanchez (Amado, Warren Peace) is an active actor and supporter for theatre in San Antonio, Texas. He has performed and worked at many art venues in the San Antonio Metropolitan area, including The Sheldon Vexler Theatre, The Magik Children's Theatre, The Cameo Center, The Church Theatre, San Antonio Opera, The Classic Theatre of San Antonio, The McNay Museum of Art, UTSA Lyric Theatre, The Playhouse San Antonio and most recently The Overtime Theatre, where he performed I-DJ, an original show by San Antonio legend, Gregg Barrios. Mr. Sanchez has been honored for excellence in acting by the Alamo Theatre Arts Council (ATAC) for When Pigs Fly, I-DJ (Warren Peace), RENT (Angel), HONK! (Ugly), Cabaret (Emcee), Southern Baptist Sissies (Benny), You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown (Schroeder), Bat Boy: The Musical (Bat Boy) and Beauty & the Beast (Lumiere). Other performance credits in San Antonio include Annie (Rooster), Sound of Music (Max Detweiller), A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (Hysterium & Psuedolus), Altar Boyz (Mark), The Full Monty (Malcolm), Patience (Bunthorne), She Stoops to Conquer (Tony Lumpkin), Twelfth Night (Feste) and Ragtime (Harry Houdini). Directing credits in San Antonio include A Christmas Carol and Homegrown Tomatoes at The Playhouse, Inspecting Carol and the critically acclaimed Psycho Beach Party at The Cameo Center, which was recognized by San Antonio Express News as “Best of 2009: Theatre”. Mr. Sanchez has also directed for SAT Playwright Playfest, Masquerade and Shopping and most recently directed 9 to 5: The Musical at the Woodlawn Theatre. Mr. Sanchez is a graduate from The University of Texas at San Antonio with a Bachelors of Arts in Music. Professionally, Rick works as a Creative for Apple Inc. as well as the Marketing Director for the Playhouse San Antonio.
Greg Hinojosa (Director) is a graduate of Southeastern Oklahoma State University. He holds a B.A. in Theatre Arts and Speech Communications. He has worked professionally across the United States as a company member with Santa Fe Stages, The Springer Opera House, the State Theatre of Georgia, and the Repertory Theatre of America. He has worked as an Actor, Scenic Designer, Costume Designer, Director and Make– up Artist throughout the country. He is the currently the Artistic Director at the Woodlawn Theatre in San Antonio, TX. Most recently Greg directed Alaska ThunderFuck, Willam, and Michelle Visage of RuPaul’s Drag Race in The Rocky Horror Show.
Gregg Barrios (playwright) is a 2013 USC Annenberg Getty Fellow. His Dark Horse, Pale Rider, a play about Texas writer Katherine Anne Porter, received a CTG-Mark Taper Forum fellowship. His one-man show I-DJ was awarded a grant from the Sandra Cisneros’ Macondo Foundation, and its script was published in Ollantay, the Hispanic Theater Quarterly. His forthcoming play Hard Candy chronicles the life and times of legendary Texas bad girl Candy Barr. He has also been commissioned to write a play about Tennessee Williams for the Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival in 2014. He is also collaborating with actor and filmmaker James Franco on a book of his experimental work in poetry and film.
Hunter Wulff (DJ Mutant, DJ Silence) is extremely excited to be a part of this production. He has played numerous roles such as Tom Wingfield in The Glass Menagerie, Johnnypateen Mike in The Cripple of Inishmaan, where he won a UIL Best Actor Award, and, most recently, Hal Dobbs in the Classic Theater of San Antonio's production of Proof. He has also handled lights and sound for numerous productions while attending San Antonio College.