The cast for the Southwest premiere at Theatre Three Dallas in 2005 included Scott Latham as Calvin, R. Bruce Elliott as Swimmer, Kerry Cole as Dr. Sue Morrison, Diane Worman as Tracy, Leslie Patrick as Alabama and Dan Nolen, Jr. as Preacher Bobby, directed by Terry Dobson.
for the world
premiere at Virginia's Mill Mountain Theatre in 2003 included Sean Hayden as Calvin, Bev Appleton as
Swimmer, Janelle Schremmer as
Sue Morrison, Sarah Yorra as
Tracy, Sarah Dandridge as
and George C. Hosmer as
Bobby, directed by Jere Lee Hodgin.
Jeffrey Stanley's semiautobiographical wartime drama Tesla's Letters (Samuel French, 2000) premiered to rave reviews Off Broadway at The Ensemble Studio Theatre and went on to international productions including the 2007 Chicago premiere. Other plays include Fishing With Tony and Joe commissioned by The Ensemble Studio Theatre, and his autobiographical comedy show The Golden Horseshoe: A Lecture on Tragedy. He also directs, including a racially reimagined New York revival of Sam Shepard's political comedy The God of Hell in 2007 as part of The Big Little Theatre's acclaimed two-seaon Sam Shepard Festival. His award-winning short film Lady in a Box starring Sarita Choudhury has been licensed five times for international broadcast and distribution. He has won numerous screenwriting awards and has been hired to write screenplays for Peter Farrelly-Charles Wessler-GreeneStreet Films, Cabin Creek Films, Andrew Lauren Productions and other indie producers. Stanley has been a resident of Yaddo, a Copeland Fellow at Amherst College, and a guest lecturer at the Imaginary Academy film and theatre workshop in Croatia sponsored by the Soros Foundation. He has also appeared as a guest writer in The New York Times and Time Out New York, and he was a senior advisor to Boston University's Center for Millennial Studies' book on apocalypse movements The End That Does (Equinox Books, 2006). Stanley holds an MFA from the Dramatic Writing Program at New York University Tisch School of the Arts where he studied under playwright David Ives, and a BFA from Tisch in Film & Television Production. He regularly teaches in the Department of Dramatic Writing at Tisch and at New York University School of Continuing and Professional Studies.<>