Wednesday, July 13, 2016

SIXTY SHADES OF GREY by Amanda Ortega; Program Info, Creative Team & Actors Bios

SIXTY SHADES OF GREY Written by Amanda Ortega

Directed by Aly Pentangelo


TIME:  Present
PLACE:   Corporate Office elevator in Miami FL.
Characters in order of Appearance
Lilly                                                                                    Amanda Ortega 
Joe                                                                                              Freddy Valle
Who’s Who
Amanda Ortega (Playwright/Lilly) is a first year Strawberry Festival participant and South Florida native. She earned her BFA from Florida International University. Amanda has written multiple plays that have been featured in Micro Theater Miami. Her solo piece 110 was featured at the first annual Ft. Lauderdale Fringe Festival. Past credits include: Terry Vitale in Tony & Tina’s Wedding (Broward Center), Cassius in Julius Caesar (Gables Stage), and Dorothy Foxton in Murdered to Death (Evening Star). Her experience has expanded into film and can be seen in Gaby's Revenge (Youtube). 954-593-2167 Amandapanda5529@aol.com

Freddy Valle (Joe) Is a Miami native currently based in Brooklyn. He would like to thank Aly and Amanda for this opportunity. Previous credits include "Meestir Raton" at Manhattan Repertory Theatre and "Masked Reality" through Riehl Productions. Enjoy the show everyone. Cheers!




Aly Pentangelo (Director/Stage Manager) is from South Florida and currently lives in NYC. Aly graduated with her B.A. in theatre from Nova Southeastern University. Previously she studied acting at Marymount Manhattan College and Broward College. Some performance credits include: Casper the Not so Friendly Ghost (Strawberry One Act Festival), Fuerza Bruta (Daryl Roth Theatre), Spring Awakening (Main Street Playhouse), & Swipe Right (NYC Fringe). Previous director credits include: Baby Food (NSU Black Box) and Soulmates (New Theatre). 

954-348-7298   alypentangelo@gmail.com



SIXTY SHADES OF GREY By Amanda Ortega

A romantic comedy with a twist.  It’s a short play about a young single woman Lily rushing to meet her first “normal” match.com date, but her plans come to a screeching halt when she gets stuck in an elevator with a man she wants nothing to do with.  This cute story makes you realize your match might be closer than you think, you just have to pay a little more attention.  Your match might be closer than you think, you just have to pay a little more attention.


Thursday, July 14th at 7pm

Sunday, July 17th at 3pm 
Wednesday, July 20th 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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