Matthew Maher as Phil, Bill Dawes as Les, Mather Zickel as Dante, and Amir Arison as Reg in Stephen Belber's The Muscles in Our Toes, directed by Anne Kauffman, at the Bank Street Theatre.
Matthew Maher as Phil, Bill Dawes as Les, Mather Zickel as Dante, and Amir Arison as Reg in Stephen Belber's The Muscles in Our Toes, directed by Anne Kauffman, at the Bank Street Theatre.
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Stephen Belber's , a production of Labyrinth Theatre Company at the Bank Street Theatre, has extended its run through July 19.

In the dark comedy, directed by Anne Kauffman, four friends meet at their high school reunion and ponder a plan to free their old friend who's been kidnapped by a radical political group. Absurdity, intensity, and plain ole weirdness ensue when this inebriated, stoned, adolescently arrested, religiously confused group of friends attempts to tackle the task at hand and at the same time, debate the forces of international terrorism.

The company is made up of Amir Arison, Bill Dawes, Samuel Ray Gates, Matthew Maher, Jeanine Serralles, and Mather Zickel.

The design team for The Muscles in Our Toes includes Japhy Weideman (lighting design), Lee Savage (set design), Emily Rebholz (costume design), and Jessica Paz (sound design).

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