Wednesday, July 13, 2016

EXPRESS TRAIN By Michael Selditch; Program Info, Creative Team & Actors Bios

EXPRESS TRAIN Written & Directed by Michael Selditch
Time:  The present.                              Place:A subway car in New York City.
Characters In Order Of Appearance
Hal Shapiro                                                                                         Eric T. Miller
Bob Burrows                                                                                       David Little
Who’s Who
Brian O’Neill (Bob Burrows) Television: Law & Order, The Sopranos, The Corner (Emmy Award Best Mini – Series), L&O: Special Victims Unit, All My Children, As The World Turns, Rescue Me, L&O: Criminal Intent, The Jury, Damages, I Love You But I Lied, Person of Interest, Unforgettable, The Good Wife, The Following, Elementary, 666 Park Avenue, Believe, American Odyssey, Gotham, The Following, Blue Bloods, Madame Secretary, Blindspot. Films: The Lost Words, Laws Of Attraction, Brooklyn Rules, Chapter 27, The Bourne Legacy, and Coen Brothers’ Burn After Reading, and Frank The Bastard. Theater: Yale Rep, NJ Shakespeare Festival, NC Shakespeare, The Flea, EST, Premiere Stages, Montclair TheatreFest, Snowmass Rep.

Eric T. Miller (Hal Shapiro) Theater: Mope (EST/Youngbloods), Couriers and Contrabands (TimeLine Productions), Awake and Sing! (Huntington Theater – IRNE Best Actor Nomination), rogerandtom (HERE), Sweet Storm (LAByrinth), Wink (TerraNova), Safe Home (Royal Family Productions), and Betrayed (Culture Project), Hangar, Syracuse Stage, Bard Summerscape, New York Stage and Film, Rattlestick, PS 122, Workshop, Mint, Fringe Festival Encore Series, Flea and Florida Studio. Television & Film: Blacklist, Limitless, I Love You but I Lied, Forever, Person of Interest, Elementary, The Unusuals, Kings, Law & Order, Shame, Ceresia, Reaching Home, The Waiting Room, Coffee, LVJ, Home, Tom’s Dilemma and the upcoming web series AdFirm.

Michael Selditch (Playwright & Director) Currently executive producer & director of the drama, I Love You… But I Lied, on Lifetime. A two-time Emmy nominated producer, Selditch has directed/produced many non-scripted television series including Catfish, Nine By Design, Architecture School (International Documentary Award, Best Limited Series) and Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. Feature films as director/producer: Fixing Frank (Independent Spirit Award nomination) and Eleven Minutes. Selditch is in development on his third feature film, In Burton’s Shadow, starring Alan Cumming… BG, you’re the best! Thanks to Zam for his love, wisdom and support.

Elizabeth Stewart (Lighting Design) Elizabeth Stewart (Lighting Design) Recent productions include: Tubular (WeBroadway's Women's Work Festival), Songs of Body (Dixon Place), Subtle Pride at Dixon Place (Dixon Place), The Cave: A Folk Opera (Access Theater), The Extraordinary Fall of the Four Legged Woman (Flights of Fantasy East), A Dream Play (Artilliers), and Student Body (The Flea).
Colin Gara (Sound Design) Currently Associate Producer of the feature documentary tentatively titled, Food is Medicine. Gara apprentices under Emmy award winning Producer/Editor Rob Tate whose credits include: editor of the Australian series The Paleo Way with celebrity chef Pete Evans, in addition to the numerous music videos and commercial work as producer and editor.

EXPRESS TRAINBy Michael Selditch
Two very different men reluctantly bond on a subway train stuck between stops late one night. As one man unwillingly reveals an incriminating secret that's haunted him for years, the other finds his own value, in this dark comedy set 40 feet below Times Square. 

Thursday, July 14th at 7pm
Monday, July 18th at 7pm 
Saturday, July 23rd at 1pm

At the Theatre at St. Clement’s, 423 West 46th Street, NYC

The Riant Theatre’s Strawberry One-Act Festival


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