Craig "muMs" Grant, Daphne Rubin-Vega, Michael Stuhlbarg, et al. Set for LAByrinth Developmental Productions
The company will present two fully staged workshop productions: Paradox Of The Urban Cliché, by Craig "muMs" Grant, directed by Sarah Sidman and Dutch Masters by Greg Keller, directed by Brian Roff in rotating repertory May 14-30, at The Cherry Pit.
In addition, LAByrinth's The 29 Hour Development Workshop will consist of three new plays by LAByrinth members. Each play will receive 29 hours of extensive rehearsal and table work, and then will be presented as a staged reading at the Cherry Pit.
Daphne Rubin-Vega writes and performs in FUQ (frequently unasked questions) to be presented sometime in June. The musical theater piece explores the life of her mother who immigrated from Panama and the consequences of her choices. It will be directed by John Gould-Rubin, and also feature Carlo Alban, Raúl Castillo, Laura Ramadei, and a live band featuring Tony Cruz, Robert Morris, Steven Morris, Joe Passaro, and Dan Weiss.
The series will also include Lights Up On The Fade Out (April 7 at 7pm), written by Padraic Lillis, directed by Stephen Adly Guirgis, and featuring Trevor Long, Richard Petrocelli, Daphne Rubin-Vega, and Sidney Williams; as well as Love Sick (April 26 at 4pm), written by Kristina Poe, directed by Mimi O'Donnell, and featuring Julian Acosta, Cara Akselrad, Maggie Burke, Elizabeth Canavan, Charles Goforth, Scott Hudson, and Michael Stuhlbarg.