The autobiographical journey of a young boy’s dream to become performer, “I NEVER PROMISED YOU…” is the story of one man’s determination not be beaten down from the blows life has dealt him, as he triumphs to finally find his place in show business.
A touching, funny and entertaining evening, “I NEVER PROMISED YOU…” will rely on the audience to decide how each performance will end!
Pre-Show 30 min prior to curtain for all performances
Monday, April 11 8 p.m.
Wednesday, April 13 7 p.m.
Friday, April 15 7 p.m.
Friday, April 15 9:30 pm
Theater: The Triad Theater
Address: 158 West 72nd Street
New York, nb p;NY
Cost:Tickets are $15-$25 each (plus a two-drink minimum)
Buy Tickets Online or Call: at 888-596-1027
Patrick Rinn - Known for creating the always enticing Rose Garden, Patrick is grateful to be making his Off-Broadway debut in his first one person show.
Patrick’s showbiz career began at the age of 11 playing Young Patrick in a local theater production of Mame, and went on to study theater and dance in the Boston area. He received his BFA in Performance & Choreography at Emerson College and received a full scholarship with The Boston Ballet where he performed with Rudolf Nureyev, Baryshnikov, Suzanne Farrel and Gesley Kirkland. While in Graduate school at Emerson College, Patrick was hired as a Production Assistant on the out-of-town tryout of Grand Hotel, The Musical which brought him to NYC, and he became the personal assistant to 10-time Tony Award winner Tommy Tune. He’s now the production manger for Mr. Tune’s one-man show, currently touring the country. This October marks his 27th year working with Mr. Tune.
As an actor, Patrick has had recurring roles on All My Children and One Life to Live, appeared as Rose Garden in the HBO mini-series Angels In America, and performed with Hearts and Voices as a member of The Imperial Court of New York, as well as many benefits and galas. Patrick was crowned the very first Broadway’s Best in Drag winner, a yearly benefit ASCNYC.
Peter Gregus - Peter has helped put together one person shows for Kelly Kinsella (HOW TO PUT ON A ONE PERSON SHOW, WHEN THOUGHTS ATTACK .) , Russell Fisher ( TRIAD) and many others. He has directed & choreographed many events for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS including 13 years on their fund raiser/flesh fest BROADWAY BARES. He adapted and directed JUNE HAVOC’S 1963 play MARATHON 33 (Pittsburg Playhouse) with his writing partner Tome Cousin, which continues to be produced around the country. He can also be seen nightly in the role he created 10 years ago in JERSEY BOYS on Broadway at the August Wilson Theater.