Cast Member Profile: CASH TILTON

Cash Tilton  |  Actor
Cash Tilton currently appears as Randall in "One Seat in the Shade" in the New York Fringe Festival. He portrayed Moreau in RadioTheatre's "Island of Dr. Moreau" at 59E59, which is nominated in the category of Outstanding Performance Art Piece in the 2008 New York Innovative Theatre Awards, and was a lovestruck CEO in Emerging Artists Theatre's spring one-acts. Onscreen in "Sexina: Popstar, P.I.," he's a computer scientist who is forced to create a cyborg boy band, with which evil record company exec Adam West plans to dominate the music industry and possibly the entire world. In the Ed-E-Torials on, blip....Continued

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An Off-White Afternoon  | Open: 08/20/06 Close: 08/27/06 - Connelly Theater
On the heels of its smash hit Twelfth Night: The Drinking Game ("conceptual and comestible" – The New York Times), the Legitimate Theater Company presents the world premiere of An Off-White Afternoon, a comedy of manners with a twist, at The 10th International New York Fringe Festival -- FringeNYC. Playwright Eric Meyer premiered his play Clever at FringeNYC in 2003, and director Jason Narvy is best known for playing villain "Skull" on the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.

Middle-aged Henry knows everything there is to know about his wife Alice, except with whom she's been having "meetings". When a member of Alice's Women's Group arrives distraught and mysteriously early with two unsavory companions, Henry is confronted with something he's never had to deal with before: the unknown. In this pitch black comedy, realism and absurdity collide at full speed as Henry discovers how far he will go to gain information about his wife.

An Off-White Afternoon is an Equity Approved Showcase.

One Acts: Heart's Desire & Jesus Hector Christ  | Open: 06/21/06 Close: 07/24/06 - Gene Frankel Theatre
From the company that produced the critically acclaimed, smash hit Twelfth Night: The Drinking Game ("conceptual and comestible" – The New York Times) comes an evening of one-act plays that packs a heavy theatrical punch. Legitimate Theater Company member Max Seide directs Caryl Churchill's staggering surrealist piece Heart's Desire. Couple Brian and Alice wait for their daughter Suzy to return from Australia. Along with Brian's sister Maisie, they want the homecoming to be just right. Their perfect occasion, however, is interrupted by bickering and the arrival of unexpected guests, including their alcoholic son, gun-toting visitors and a giant bird. Acclaimed British playwright Churchill's absurd satire offers an entertaining view of what can and cannot be controlled.

Legitimate Theater Company founding member Ian Schoen directs the world premiere of his latest play, Jesus Hector Christ. When a crisis befalls Clyde and his girlfriend Natalie, they both turn to Tim for moral support, a place to crash, and an answer to the questions they are afraid to ask. What results is an insightful examination of three characters that are unable to say what needs to be said.

One Seat in the Shade  | Open: 08/11/08 Close: 08/23/08 - Soho Playhouse
One Seat In the Shade is a love story about Scott and Randall, two mature gay men who have been together for 27 years. Believing their relationship is threatened by Randall's new 22-year-old "friend," Scott hastily puts together a trip to Spain to save their relationship. As fate would have it, a beautiful 22 year old man enters their lives, forcing them to confront differing ideas of relationships, gay culture, and getting older with humor, drama, and poignancy. Adult language, nudity, and overt sexuality.
Spring EATfest 2008  | Open: 04/15/08 Close: 05/04/08 - Roy Arias Theaters

2008 Spring EATfest
10 Premiere Plays by Emerging Playwrights



EMERGING ARTISTS THEATRE and PAUL ADAMS, ARTISTIC DIRECTOR present the 2008 Spring EATFest, for a three-week limited engagement at Roy Arias Theatre Center (300 West 43rd St, 5th floor, NYC). Performances begin Tuesday, April 15, 2008, and run through Sunday, May 4, 2008.

Series A
Tuesdays and Fridays at 7 pm, Sunday at 5 pm

The Food Monologues
Food, women, what happens . . . THE FOOD MONOLOGUES.
by Kerri Kochanski
directed by Deb Guston

The Food Monologues is an experimental play that explores womens' love/hate relationships and obsessions with food. Performed by a cast of 13, this all-female play, features monologues and ensemble-driven scenes that examine body image and shame, eating disorders, weight gain/loss, societal expectations and perceptions about women and beauty. Six of the monologues have been published by Meriwether and Smith & Kraus.

Series B
Wednesdays and Saturdays at 7 pm, Sundays at 2 pm

Islands of Repair
Can marriage survive in a life raft?
by Leslie Bramm
directed by Melissa Attebery

A seasoned married couple try to survive being lost at sea in a rubber raft. They battle sharks, the elements, and each other . . .but will they survive?

Love, Me (Margaret)
How far will one woman go to feel loved?
by Jennie Contuzzi
directed by Kevin Brofsky

When Margaret's boyfriend breaks up with her, she reaches out to her former English teacher to learn a better way of being loved. Her teacher, serving time for the mercy killing of his wife, hardly thinks himself an expert on the subject, but Margaret disagrees. Spinning a theory based on the reports of Harry's crime, she uses her obsessed co-worker, Louis, as a test subject, and journeys to a darker place than even she imagines.

The Letter
A lovestruck executive confesses his feelings for a colleague in an e-mail, only to have his plans go horribly awry.
by Chuck Rose
directed by Rasa Allan Kazlas

Arnold, a successful but lonely executive, is desperate to confess his feelings to Rebecca, a beautiful but equally lonely co-worker. Too nervous to face her, Arnold is egged on by a sly but well-meaning assistant to reveal his feelings in an e-mail. However, small but critical mistake leads to unforeseen and comedic complications as love and technology prove to be a troubling combination.

Aaron has something important to tell his mother . . . but will she understand?
by F.J. Hartland
directed by Daniel Allan Dinero

When Aaron discovers he is dying, he seeks comfort from his mother. Unfortunately, she is unable to give him the love and support he so desperately needs. With the help of Hazel, a nurse and former high school acquaintance, Aaron attempts to make one last connection with the woman who raised him.

Series C
Thursdays and Sundays at 7 pm, Saturdays at 5 pm

"Whoever thought I'd have a 50-year-old fat man for a son?"
by Stan Lachow
directed by James Jaworski

Retired antiques dealers, Gus and Mac, spend the day antagonizing each other while sitting on a bench on the boardwalk looking out at the sea. Old hurts surface and change their relationship forever.

A surprise confrontation between a displaced Englishman and a drug addict who invades his home.
by J. Stephen Brantley
directed by Jonathan Warman

During the late hours of a summer night on the coast of eastern Long Island, a displaced Englishman and the drug addict, who breaks into his home, confront their differences and discover their secret similarities. Neither is who he seems.

A young woman takes a surrealistic journey with Huckleberry Finn down the River of No Return.
by Marc Castle
directed by Roberto Cambeiro

Melinda, a young woman in a white dress, mysteriously finds herself on a raft with Huckleberry Finn, the start of a surrealistic dream, a dream that Melinda attempts to analyze as she continues her journey following Marilyn Monroe, the Unsinkable Molly Brown, her mother, and a series of lost loves down the River of No Return.

Fast Light and Brilliant
On a lonely hotel terrace lit by a field of fireflies, two strangers ponder the nature of romance and marriage'"and the possible repercussions of a single kiss.
by Richard Martin Hirsch
directed by Ian Streicher

Following a chance meeting, two lonely strangers find they have a lot in common, including an intense attraction. But, the path to intimacy is not without obstacles. On a deserted hotel terrace, lit by a field of randy fireflies, the pair contemplates the nature of romance and marriage'"and the repercussions of a single kiss.

George & Bill are Friends
What do George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton talk about when they're alone'"or when they think they are?
by Susan West Chamberlin
directed by Molly Marinik

Former Presidents George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton make an unlikely pair as they travel the world raising money and acting as freelance diplomats. What do they talk about when they think no one is listening?

EATFest plays the following regular schedule through Sunday, May 4, 2008:

Tuesdays at 7 pm '" Series A
Wednesdays at 7 pm '" Series B
Thursdays at 7 pm '" Series C
Fridays at 7 pm '" Series A
Saturdays at 5 pm '" Series C
Saturdays at 7 pm '" Series B
Sundays at 2 pm '" Series B
Sundays at 5pm '" Series A
Sundays at 7 pm '" Series C

Tickets are $18.00 and $10.00 with student ID/senior. For reservations, please visit, or call 866-811-4111. Tickets may also be purchased in person half-hour prior to the performance at Roy Arias Theatre Center (300 West 43rd St, 5th floor). TDF accepted.


"Spring EATfest 2007 offers a little something for everyone: a touching domestic comedy; a drama about Iraq; and an uproarious parody of The Sound of Music."
'"Byrne Harrison,

"In Spring EATfest 2007, three playwrights and ten actors deliver a lively evening of entertainment."
'"Jo Ann Rosen,

"If the other six plays in the Spring EATfest 2007 are as good as these three (and from overheard lobby scuttlebutt, they are), it should be a good evening out".
'"Duncan Pflaster,