PROFESSOR RALPH'S LOSS OF BREATH

Genre: Comedy
Translated from the German by "Professor" Ralph Phillips, Adapted & Directed by Kevin P. Hale

Mr. Lackobreath is the luckiest man alive, but soon after his wedding, his life becomes a high-spirited comic nightmare.  Punch and Judy meets the Book of Job in Professor Ralph's Neglected masterpiece.


About the Company: Playlab NYC
We are mad scientists of imagination. We concoct, unleash and support enjoyably absurd and absurdly enjoyable amusements that engage artists and audiences in the spirit of play.
Open:   02/20/14
Close:   03/08/14

Schedule:
Thursday February 20 at 8:40pm
Sunday February 23 at 3:40pm
Wednesday February 26 at 8:40pm
Wednesday March 5 at 7:05pm
Saturday March 8 at 12:30pm:
2/20/2014
2/23/2014
2/26/2014
3/5/2014
3/8/2014
Theater:   The Kraine Theater
Address:   85 E. 4th Street
New York, nb p;NY 
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Cost:$15
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Scott Morales ("Not So Calm, But Still Totally Dead" " Matt, "Ladies and Gentlemen, the 2,746th President of the United States" - Anderson) is proud to be returning to the Phare Play stage after being seen in "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)" and "Carl the Second". Scott hails from the Country Fried Nation (Texas) and has been acting since the age of seven when, upon the donning of a red towel and flying off of the cabinets, portrayed his first role of "Superman" which received scathing reviews from his parents for continually sending him to the hospital. Scott would like to thank the Lord for the unending grace and opportunity that continually comes his way, his family and friends for their unending support and inspiration. Finally, Scott would also like to thank his heroes: Luke Skywalker, Moses Austin, the entire Dallas Cowboys Ring of Honor plus Tony Romo ("I still believe"), and Natalie Portman.

ROBERT BERLINER is best known for originating the role of leading man Gregory Graham in the sci-fi camp spoof Devil Boys from Beyond (Best Play at Fringe, OBA Best Play Nominee off Broadway), and has recently given his focus to his newfound love of songwriting through his participation as a lyricist in the BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop. Rob previously worked with Playlab NYC as the title character in a reading of the Kafka-inspired musical The Arresting Dilemma of Mister K. NY: Devil Boys from Beyond (Fringe, Off Broadway), Peer Gynt in Peer Gynt (Gorilla Rep), Rosencrantz in Hamlet (Gorilla Rep), "I Got Life" soloist in Off Stage: The East Village Fragments (PWP), The Mercy Swing (Fringe), Broadway Backwards 3. Tour: A Christmas Carol, Slim Goodbody, Disney Live! Mickey's Magic Show (original cast). Other favorite credits: Trigorin in The Seagull, Larry in Closer, Matt in The Fantasticks, Caiphas in Jesus Christ Superstar. TV: One Life to Live. Much love to family and friends. Proud Northwestern alum and Equity member. www.robertberliner.com