TheDrillingCompaNY, known for its evenings of short plays around a common theme, presents Revenge: who gets, who gives it, and what have we got?
Revenge features new work from Brian Dykstra, best known for his ongoing production of Hiding Behind Comets at 29th Street Rep and his well reviewed one-man show that lit up fires at the Triad just before the election, Cornered and Alone. Paul Allman's recent romp What is the Frquency won raves with audiences in Edinburgh, as well as the Upper West Side where 78th Street Theatre Lab brought their production home for a New York run.
Joining Dykstra and Allman are past Drilling Company standouts Trish Harnetieux, C. Denby Swanson, Scott Baker, Vincent Delaney, and Paul Siefken. Delaney and Swanson have been recognized by the Jerome Foundaton and the McKnight Foundation and are part of a growing tree of talented writers springing from Minnesota. Joining Clancy to direct is the DrillingCompany's customary mix of veteran directors and experienced actors Richard Harden (Off-Broadway: Minor Demons), Jude Domski (Edinburgh Fring First Award for Boy Steasl Train), Nancy Chu, Peter Bretz, Kate Molloy, Tom Demenkoff (Off-B'way original companies of Godspell and Grease), Nancy Chu, Neil Olson, and Edwin Owens. Owens is best known on Broadway as a reliable stand by for such stars as Brian Dennehy, Ned Beatty, Frank Langella, and the late Alan Bates.
Appropriate For Ages: 16 and up
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