a short romantic comedy about the flesh-eating disease
by Jeffrey Stanley
Directed by Jeffrey Stanley
Thursday, July 10, 2008 at 7:00pm
at the 2008 Algonquin Theater Short Play Festival
123 E. 24th Street
New York City
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Heather Kenzie (Goldie), Off-Broadway: Guilty. Regional Theatre: The Archbishops' Ceiling (Westport Country Playhouse), All My Sons (Crossroads Theatre), Pride and Prejudice (Guthrie Theater), A Guthrie Experience, Two Gentlemen of Verona, The Love of the Nightingale, and The Laramie Project (Rutgers Theater Company). Television: Law & Order, The P.A., All My Children, Guiding Light, As The World Turns. Film: Looking for May, Nine Lives, Acting 101, Summertime, Figment. Education: M.F.A. Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University, NJ 2004. Awards: Kreidlemen Award 2004, Best Actor MGSA. She is appearing courtesy of Actors Equity Association.
Joey Rizzolo (Tudor) is a father, poet, carpenter, teacher, and performer from New Jersey. He teaches playwriting and performance to kids through various organizations including NJPAC. He has been involved in numerous spoken-word productions and as a poet was a Kennedy Center playwright-in-residence in 2005. During the Republican National Convention in 2004, Joey immersed himself in a fringe production called Bushwhackin, an attempt to subvert the re-election of George W. Bush (he failed, and he is very, very sorry). Since moving from Ohio where he performed with a Shakespeare company dedicated to offering free theater to rural communities, Joey has been writing and performing for the award-winning New York Neo-Futurists' ongoing show Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind every Friday and Saturday night at the Kraine Theatre.