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CROSS-EYED BEAR PRODUCTIONS is pleased to announce the world premiere production of SUCKERS,
When Romaine and Jeff meet some fun and crazy folks who run a late-nite coffee house, they never suspect that they're actually vampires. Rather than being devoured, Romaine's cunning captures the imagination of Elvis, the leader of the group - will they be the victims of the political schemes of the undead, or will Romaine become their Vampire Queen?
Eric C. Bailey*, Katherine Damigos, Joe Fanelli, Paula Galloway, Rebecca Hirota,
Shawn McLaughlin, Alan McNaney*, and Jared Morgenstern
* Indicates member of Actor's Equity Association
Fight Choreography: Christopher C. Cariker
Costume Design: Mark Richard Caswell
Photography: Jason Specland
Standing, from left: Rebecca Hirota as Kendal, Alan McNaney as Rich, Shawn McLaughlin as Elvis,
Eric C. Bailey as Harry, and Paula Galloway as Romaine. Kneeling: Joe Fanelli as David
From left: Shawn McLaughlin as Elvis and Paula Galloway as Romaine
Even more photos here
Only eight performances:
Tuesday, June 16th, 6:30pm
Thursday, June 18th, 6:30pm
Saturday, June 20th, 9pm
Monday, June 22nd, 6:30pm
Tuesday, June 23rd, 4:00pm
Wednesday, June 24th, 4:30pm
Thursday, June 25th, 6pm
Saturday, June 27th, 9pm
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Planet Connections Theatre Festivity is committed to producing high-quality theatre, with non-traditional casting, unique perspectives, political theatre and more! All of the productions are curated and created with the hope of inspiring cultural education and human understanding.
Suckers has been paired with New York Blood Center, as a charity. If you donate blood and bring in your blue receipt, you can get $3 off your ticket!
AND, also in the Planet Connections Festivity, A staged reading of two one-acts,
The 40-Foot Tall Jesus Statue by Glory Sims Bowen and Hate Myself in the Morning by Duncan Pflaster, both directed by Amber Gallery
starring: Teisha Bader, Rosebud Baker, Christopher C. Cariker,
Patricia Comstock, Jason Grossman, and Mariel Matero.
Only one performance, Friday, June 19th at 2pm. $6. Half the proceeds from ticket sales and any donations will go to benefit Amnesty International.
Post-show talk-back with Martin Denton of NYtheater.com
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