Sunday, June 12, 2016

The G69 Triple X-Treme Oscillator by Peter Carrozzo. The Creative Team, Cast & Ticket Info

The Creative Team

Peter Carrozzo, (Playwright, THE G69 TRIPLE X-TREME OSCILLATOR), is an attorney and adjunct professor.  He has published several law review articles and written numerous plays of various lengths. He is the creator of Constitutionland, a virtual amusement park for people who love the U.S. Constitution ( Peter’s ten minute play, KEY TO MY HEART, was performed at the 2014 Collective Ten Minute Play Fest at Teatro Circulo in NYC and is published in The Collective: 10 Play Anthology, Vol. 2. 2014. This is his second staged play. “Thanks to Van Dirk Fisher for this opportunity and to my wife Erin, and kids Katherine, Abigail and Patrick for all the love and laughs.”

Charles Casano (Director, Stage Manager, Light & Sound) NY Credits - Sotto Voce (World Premiere - Author & Director Nilo Cruz); Trash Story (John Jay Black Box w/ Allyce Beasley); Fringe (2014): Depression: The Musical. Storm Theatre: Gigi, Midsummer Night's Dream (actor, SM), Our God's Brother (actor), Tidings Brought To Mary, As You Like it (actor, SM), The London Merchant, The President (actor, SM). Other credits: Edge (Angelica Page, DR2), Salome (Al Pacino, The Actors Studio), Hitler's Addendum (Ruby Dee, Estelle Parsons, Actors Studio), HIM, Verse Chorus Verse, Teeth Of The Sons, Secrets of a Holy Father (all Cherry Lane Theatre), A Time To Dance (2009 Fringe Festival),  Honestly Abe The Musical (2012-2014), Much Ado About Nothing (Snapped Productions), Pure Country (Broadway workshop reading, New World Stages; w/ Carlin Glynn, Will Chase, Steve Dorff, John Bettis, Peter Masterson: Director).

The Cast

Kimberly Larkin (Wendy) is thrilled to be performing in the Strawberry One Act Festival again! Recent NYC credits: Christmas RappingsFloat in DreamUp Festival 2015 at Theater for the New City; Bare: A Pop Opera (Claire) at the York Theater; Antigone (Eurydice) with Storm Theatre; Molly Bloom-Lately (Miss Bunny) featured in the New York Children's Theatre Festival and Honestly Abe (Sarah Lincoln) at the Actor's Temple Theater. Proud alum of NYU and ACSM/Queens College. “Thank you to Peter for this opportunity! Always grateful for the endless support from family, friends, students and my husband Frank.”

Matt Kelley (Simon) has a BA in Theatre, concentrations in Acting and Directing.  Earlier this year he played Phil in Snapped Productions critically acclaimed production of Hurlyburly. Other credits include Ariel in the Pillowman, Borachio in Much Ado About Nothing, Charlie in Dividing Lines, John Proctor in the Crucible, Jerry in the Zoo Story and Stubbs in States of Shock. “Thanks Chuck for having me! For Barb.”


A couple’s discussion about the arrival of a newly purchased sexual device is complicated by the wife’s accidentally misplacing the instructions.  Their search for the whereabouts leads them into several unanticipated discoveries.

Thursday, July 14th at 9pm
Sunday, July 17th at 5pm
Tuesday, July 19th at 9pm

Thursday, July 14th at 9pm
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PSYCHIC CAFÉ By Anthony Fusco
Lorenzo Duefacci, a flamboyant, renowned psychic in NYC, needs to hire an assistant to help draw in new business.  He hires Athony Fontana as the new weekend tarot card reader.  Anthony has no idea what he’s in for until he meets the most unique clients he has ever read with the most bizarre over-the-top confessions.  Get the inside look at the most intimate of conversations people have with their psychic.

CROCKETT’S LAST STAND By George Cameron Grant
Directed by Joy Kelly
Aqueduct Productions, Inc.
Following his political career-ending speech before the House of Representatives, Colonel David Crockett encounters an escaped slave boy named Joseph, who teaches him that there is more to courage than flowery words, fancy shooting, and overblown legends.

Featuring:  Bryson Bruce & Stephanie Juergens

One man’s journey from child to parent, told through five nights spent on the couch.

Sunday, July 17th at 5pm
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BLACKBERRY WINTER By Kai Elijah Hamilton
An African American mother finds herself in the abandoned house from her dreams.  This is the house she suspects her child has been held captive after his abduction.  Has she finally solved the mystery that has haunted her for years or is she caught in a sinister web of trickery?  Something just ain’t right.

HIM AND HER Book, Music & Lyrics By Matt Anderson
HIM AND HER is a story about a woman in an abusive relationship that ends tragically.  It is very provocative and moving musical. 
HIM AND HER, a dark story that will leave you stunned and hopefully, asking questions that will start a dialog about a difficult topic.

Tuesday, July 19th at 9pm
Playing with:

Directed by Thomas M. Walsh
Featuring:  Chablis Quarterman
An introduction and appreciation of poetry.

THE WAITRESS By Ainslie Caswell
Get exactly what you ordered and so much more.  This one-act short play explores identity, freedom, imaginary boundaries, and the power for people to make their own choices.

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