Wednesday, July 13, 2016

LUCILLE ZANZIBARZ Program Information, Creative Team & Actors

LUCILLE ZANZIBARZ Written by Don M. Rosenthal
Directed by David Triacca

Time:   The present.                               Place:  The bedroom.

                       Characters in order of appearance

John................................................... Bill Barry

Who’s Who . . .

Bill Barry (John) recently appeared in the lead role of Willie Stark in The Heights Players production of All The Kings Men and as Katz in the critically acclaimed T. Schreiber Production of Lanford Wilson's Hot L Baltimore. Other favorite roles include Lee in Jumbo Production's production of Sam Shepard's True West and Biff in The Heights Players production of Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman, directed by Ted Thompson. Thanks "Dear" for your support.    

David Triacca (Director) is an award winning director and acclaimed acting coach. He has worked with numerous notable actors including: Adrien Brody, John Leguizamo, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Jennifer Aniston, John Turturro, Mary Louise Parker, Tim Roth, Patti Lupone and Lewis Black. Select New York and Regional Theatre include: The Living Theatre, American Place Theatre, Theatre Row, The Women’s Project, Theatre for the New City, The Revisionist Group (Actors Studio Theatre), Labyrinth Theatre, American Theatre of Actors, Nylon Fusion Theatre Company, Gene Frankel Theatre, Manitoba Theatre Centre, The Phoenix Theatre Company and The Guthrie Theatre.

Don M. Rosenthal (Playwright) grew up in Queens, New York and received a BA in Creative Writing from CCNY.  Now living in Parkland, FL, he is an avid writer, and although he expresses his passion through poetry and short stories, he feels his best expressive work comes through in his playwriting. His stage play, Lucille Zanzibarz, was actually written 38 years ago while he attended grad school. Recently he made some edits to the old script, and The Strawberry One-Act Festival will be his first work being performed in public.

A tragicomical examination of emotions of a tormented man that may have murdered his wife.
Saturday, July 16th at 5pm
Thursday, July 21st at 7pm
Monday, July 25th at 7pm
At the Theatre at St. Clement’s, 423 West 46th Street, NYC
The Riant Theatre’s Strawberry One-Act Festival


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