Cast Member Profile: CAROL NEIMAN

Carol Neiman  |  Actress

When she took up acting as a sort of "mid-life adventure," Carol finally found out what she wants to be when she grows up. Following that realization, she has appeared in lead and supporting roles in a number of off-off Broadway productions, including Therese Raquin (directed by Michael Page), The Importance of Being Earnest (a Phare Play production) and I, Undertow (written by Blake Bradford)....Continued

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Production History

I, Undertow  | Open: 08/15/09 Close: 08/22/09 - Wings Theatre
Everyone has issues. All of Justin's live in North Carolina.

Justin's an up and coming artist thriving in NYC whose world grinds to a halt when the worse thing possible happens to him - he gets the call to come home due to his grandmother's failing health. Slinking back to small town North Carolina with his latest one night stand forced upon him, he finds himself back neck deep in the family issues that he had been avoiding for more than a decade and facing the girl he left behind. In the midst of the culture clash between small town quirkiness and big city society behavior, Justin may actually discover what he had been running from for all of those years. Emmy-winner Blake Bradford's newest play takes a hard look at the humor and heartache of going home.

RETURN ENGAGEMENT AT WINGS THEATRE
 

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I, Undertow  | Open: 03/26/09 Close: 04/05/09 - Beckmann Theatre @ American Theater Of A
Everyone has issues. All of Justin's live in North Carolina.

Justin's an up and coming artist thriving in NYC whose world grinds to a halt when the worse thing possible happens to him - he gets the call to come home due to his grandmother's failing health. Slinking back to small town North Carolina with his latest one night stand forced upon him, he finds himself back neck deep in the family issues that he had been avoiding for more than a decade and facing the girl he left behind. In the midst of the culture clash between small town quirkiness and big city society behavior, Justin may actually discover what he had been running from for all of those years. Phare Play Productions is proud to present the world premier of Blake Bradford's newest play - a hard look at the humor and heartache of going home.

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The Importance of Being Earnest  | Open: 11/05/08 Close: 11/16/08 - Off Off Broadway Playhouse
Jack Worthing and Algernon Moncrieff are both busy leading double lives in the highest of style: creating false identities, avoiding family obligations, wooing well-bred young ladies, visiting imaginary invalids and (equally imaginary) wayward brothers. As their respective alternate lives collide, these two will have to decide whether being Ernest or earnest will land them their heart's desire. A contemporary telling retaining the play's classic language yet infused with a shot of sexuality, 'The Importance of Being Earnest' is a prime example of how Wilde's sharp wit and humor transcends the test of time.

Directed by Christine Vinh; Stage Manager: Bridget Halloran

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Therese Raquin  | Open: 02/01/07 Close: 02/10/07 - Looking Glass Theatre
A dark, surreal exploration of the human subconsious, Therese Raquin tells the tale of a young woman trapped by circumstance, whose desperate stabs at freedom only drive her deeper towards her own destruction. Told through a stream of short scenes, alternately comic and horrific, the play fluidly combines images of beauty and brutality.
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