Cast Member Profile: SYNGE MAHER

Synge Maher  |  Actress, Comedian, Director

Synge Maher hails originally from Denver, CO and has enjoyed  working as both an actor and director in professional theatre for the last decade. Some favorite roles include Nanny in Baby with the Bathwater, Ophelia in Somethin' Rotten, the Porter in Macbeth and most recently Inspector Franco Raynier for the smash hit Thoroughly Stupid Things.<...Continued


Schedule of Upcoming Productions

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Production History

4 Adults Only  | Open: 09/12/08 Close: 09/27/08 - Gene Frankel Theatre
Gene Frankel Theatre proudly presents "4 Adults Only" an evening of four dark comedies by award winning playwright, Mark Borkowski. Each play directed by critically acclaimed directors, Cándido Tirado, Stacy Shane, Richard Masur, Robert Haufrecht, who take Borkowski's plays to another level by staging them in uniquely stylized ways that both challenge and entertain the audience.
For Immediate Release

4 Adults Only
an evening of short tales
by Mark Borkowski

Within The Skins of Saints
Directed by Cándido Tirado, w/ Heather Hollingsworth & Michael Camacho
A girl on the edge of a subway platform. A man on his way to work. What does it take to get her away from the edge... or to keep him from jumping with her?

The Mutilation of St. Barbara
Directed by Stacy Shane, w/ Karen Giordano & Larry Lau
A medieval painting of a martyred Saint causes a troubled couple to confront their own hypocrisies and deal with their demons.

Twilight's Child
Directed by Richard Masur, w/ Alexandra Eitel, Larry Block & Mark Borkowski
Grieving parents revisit a diner where they used to take their dead son. They attempt to deal with their guilt, sorrow and a macabre ritual that horrifies everyone.

Don't Listen To What It Sounds Like

Directed by Robert Haufrecht w/ Judy Jerome & Chris Kerson
A mentally disturbed man seeks out an old friend he once knew in the madhouse. What he finds is not what he expects.

Macbeth  | Open: 03/02/05 Close: 03/19/05 - Impact Theatre
Presented in a modern-day vision, the characters of the play are depicted as members of the Scotland Mob, a fictional 21st century crime family similar to known criminal organizations of our time. The thanes and knights are still vicious, merciless killers, but use baseball bats and guns instead of swords and crossbows, and dress in two-piece suits instead of metal armor.

Although this text was originally set in a war torn pre-Renaissance Scotland, there are many comparisons between the political in-fighting, betrayal, and ambition to get ahead by any means necessary of then and now. This vision is not meant to detract from the story or the language, but rather bring to life this classic text into our reality with cultural icons.

Thoroughly Stupid Things  | Open: 08/10/08 Close: 08/30/08 - Bleecker St. Theatre
Whirled Peas Productions proudly presents THOROUGHLY STUPID THINGS or THE CONTINOUS IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST as part of the 11th Annual New York International Fringe Festival – FringeNYC.

In this sexy sequel to Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest, Gwendolen and Cecily have a problem. They believe their husbands Jack and Algernon are having a scandalous affair with French Lounge Singer named Bibi LaFlam! At Miss Prism's suggestion and Lady Bracknell's insistence the women "drag up." Taking the names of "Ernest and Ernest" attorneys at law, they join their husband's club, spy on them and watch for any threats from this "French Harlot!" But a French Inspector's arrival threatens the girls with exposure, and when "Ernest and Ernest" are invited back to their homes to meet themselves... all hell breaks loose!