B. Someday Productions brings the entire cycle of SUBURBAN MOTEL to its theatre home, Walking Fish Theatre, two plays at a time. It will begin in June 2012 with the two plays FEATURING LORETTA and THE END OF CIVILIZATION, both directed by B. Someday Co-Artistic Director, Stan Heleva, and starring Co-Artistic Director, Michelle Pauls, along with seven additional actors.
"Walker has an eye for the ridiculous and an imagination that packs his plays with action," --New York Times.
Loretta is young, beautiful and in need of a lot of money. Enter Michael, aspiring pornographer who wants to hire her. But Dave wants to protect Loretta, or maybe star in the film with her. Then there's Sophie, whose ex-KGB father runs the motel. She wants to change Loretta's mind. What will Lorrie do? Actors: Jody Gross, Sean Close, James Kiesel, and Gina Martino.
THE END OF CIVILIZATION
Henry needs a job. Lily, his wife wants to help him find one. But Sandy, the neighbor, has plans to help Lily make some big, fast cash. Here come Max and Donny, two cops on the case. Why do all the factories that Henry applies to blow up? Murder, mystery and kooky mayhem! Actors: Michelle Pauls, Kenneth John McGregor, co-star of the movie "Cocktail," Steve Wright, Brian Anthony Wilson, Detective Holley in all five season of HBO's "The Wire," and a principal role in the Bradley Cooper film, "Limitless," and Gina Martino.