Moral Dilemmas of the Modern Day Vampire is a new dark comedy by Elizabeth Cardaropoli & Johnny Segalla. The one-act play features Cardaropoli & Segalla as two vampires who must face the challenges of the 21st century while contemplating their own personal ethics and the inevitable eternity which faces them. The play also features Kyle David as the vulnerable human being who is lured to the vampires and entangled in their sordid affair.
The upcoming premiere of “Moral Dilemmas…” will occur at Advice to the Players Theater Co. @ 12 Main Arts Center in Sandwich New Hampshire on Friday October 19th at 7:30 pm. General Admission is $10 (minimum donation) at the door. Call 603-284-7115 for reservations. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or inquiries.
Following the ATTP production, the New York City premiere will be at the Tank (a theater company for emerging artists) on 36th Street on Tuesday Oct. 30th @ 8 pm & Friday Nov. 2nd @ 10:30 pm. Tickets: $15 ( https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3666891 )
What could be more fun than playing the swashbuckling spaniard Don Adriano De Armado in one of Shakespeare’s most beloved comedies? I hope you will join me in Sandwich New Hampshire for my Advice to the Players season debut! Cheers, -J. >>> Press Article in the Meredith NH News (Online)
The King of Navarre and his three companions sworn off the company of women for three years to study and fast – but then the Princess of France and her three brilliant ladies arrive on a diplomatic mission and all is for naught. A hilarious comedy about love, principle, and the battle between the sexes.
ATP homepage: http://www.advicetotheplayers.org/
purchase tickets online at: https://www.flipcause.com/secure/cause_pdetails/Mzc3MDA=
Set in the dining chamber of a gothic castle, the play finds eight characters assembled for a funeral dinner after the sudden death of their old friend, Nicholas Begonne. At table is the hostess Violet, her loyal yet brooding Mastiff, the senescent and cryptic figure of Dust, the Songstress, the Ferrywoman, the King without a grave, and the dead man’s lawyer, the Duchess Anemoon. By evening’s end, Violet and her guests find themselves unexpectedly confronted by a visage of the dead and several unnerving questions of fate.
Written & Directed by: Michael Seebold
Featuring: Johnny Segalla as the Dead King, Elizabeth Cardaropoli as the Duchess Anemoon, Hannah Hasseloey as Violet Begonne, Matthew Tiemstra as the Mastiff, Erin Noll plays Dust, Arianna Wellmoney as Jane Begonne, Christopher Ellis as the Apparition in the Mirror, Jake Minter as Balthazar, and Storm Garner rejoins the company as the Songstress.
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On National tour for the holidays with Milestone Productions’ “A Garfield Christmas!” Check out the show info for booking/tickets:
Old Turtle and the Broken Truth opens tonight!
We’ve made it! Old Turtle and the Broken Truth opens tonight at 6pm! Will you join us?
Who: Everyone ages 6+
What: Old Turtle and the Broken Truth
Where: Dorothy Strelsin Theatre, 312 West 36th Street.
When: May 5 – 21, Fridays 6pm, Saturdays 2:30 & 6pm, Sundays 2:30pm
Why: The New York premiere of a new musical!
For tickets, purchase here: https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/972118
Find “Old Turtle” in the New York Times! >>> Old Turtle and the Broken Truth NY Times Event Calendar
…And read more about the production in TimeOut New York! >>> Old Turtle and the Broken Truth in TimeOut New York
In OLD TURTLE AND THE BROKEN TRUTH, a truth falls like a star from the sky and breaks into two pieces. When the villagers discover only half of the truth, it causes so many problems that Little One, a brave young girl, decides to search for the missing half. With the help of Old Turtle, and many animal friends, Little One is able to mend the broken truth and make it whole again
— “you are loved…and so are they” — creating a better world for everyone.
Photo Credit: Theik Smith. >>> Theik Smith Photography on FB
Based on the celebrated children’s book by Douglas Wood with music and lyrics by Dax Dupuy and book by Catherine Bush. Directed and choreographed by Sarah Sutliff with musical direction by Dax Dupuy.
Starring (top left to right): Kirsty Sadler, Johnny Segalla, Claire Anderson, Mijon Zulu, Annabelle Szepietowski, Arif Silverman, & (bottom left to right): Reanna Roane, Dax Dupuy, André Sguerra, Corrado Alicata, Elena Juliano, Ryan Alexander Jacobs, & Arielle Gonzalez.
To learn more about the Rebel Playhouse (a registered non-for-profit theater organization) visit: http://www.rebelplayhouse.org
Currently in post-production, “Harvey the Great” is a film noir parody that follows Harvey Yeoman, a drinking, chain-smoking playboy who moonlights as an enterprising bounty hunter. Writer/Director/Producer Jesse Barack & Johnny Segalla as Harvey.
Check out the film’s trailer here:
More Info on IMD: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3829812/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1
Joining the HRC Showcase Theater in Hudson for a staged reading of the new play “Brilliant Works of Art” by Donna Hoke. View production stills on Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/72357070@N08/albums/72157657180792703
Jan. 31, 2015
Join us for a night of standards and crooning at the Gateways Inn, Lenox. 7:30-10:30 w. the Legendary Mike Schiffer on Piano and Charlie Tokarz on winds. http://www.gatewaysinn.com/nightlife/
Mar. 23, 2013
performing vocals (live!) tonight @ the Spice Dragon Stage in Pittsfield MA. Terrific accompaniment w/ Pianist Cindy Gutter, and a few guest surprises. Looking forward to this event, sponsored by “Marilyn & Friends,” & of course the talented Ms. Karen Lee & Berkshire ARTSPEAK.
Feb. 19, 2013
excited to announce the completion of the “Polypore,” a new film by Films Royale and @JesseBarack. Check out the film and consider joining the team of of Associate Producers for $100. The film is completed, we just need some additional funding for music and visual effects. Here’s the official website: http://www.PolyporeFilm.com
Cheers to all you swanky creatives!