UP, UP, DOWN, DOWN

UP, UP, DOWN, DOWN

by Barton Bishop
PHOTOS OF THE SHOW ARE AVAILABLE HERE!

Allyson Morgan*…………………………………..Joy Flanagan

Carter Gill*……………………………….……..Spiff Spanington

Ben Williams*…………………………..………………..Ian Cobb

Jonathan O’Brien…..…………….…….….……Tom Rosenberg

Amy Tribbey*……..…………………….………Missy Flanagan

Christopher T. VanDijk*.………………………..…Bugs/Grady

Featuring:

Erin Moriarty as Kristina Fox

And the Voices of:

Jordan Johnston, Emma Lesser, Emma Meyerson,

Wolfgang Scheitinger, Dominic Schiraldi, and Scarlett Sperduto

February 3 – 20, 2011

Wed-Sat @ 8pm

Sat & Sun @ 2pm

*note: there is no 2pm show on Feb 6th

The Access Theater

380 Broadway

(at White St.)

NY, NY 10013

GET YOUR TICKETS NOW!

cAST:

“There’s a whole world just beneath ours, baby. Just on the other side of the one we’re meant to live. Out of the corner of your eye. A second guess you can’t let go of. Someone making secret plans while you do your day to day. A whisper in your ear while you’re falling asleep….

…But you’ve seen the hidden worlds… You believe, don’t ya?”

Director Erik Pearson

Executive Producers Rori Bergman & Laura Gale

Stage Managers Marlene Berner &

    Laura Bultman

Sound Design Charles Coes

Set Design Elizabeth Barrett Groth

Video Design Erik Pearson

Lighting Design Cat Tate Starmer

Costume Design Melissa Trn

Associate Producer & Allyson Morgan

Director of Marketing

Fight Choreographer Jesse Belsky

Original Music Jonathan O’Brien &

    Ben Williams

Board Operator Trine Boode-Petersen

Press Representative Bunch of People Press & Publicity

Graphic Design Mike Shea

Photographer Leah Reddy

PRODUCTION TEAM:

Directed by Erik Pearson
READ AN INTERVIEW WITH PLAYWRIGHT BARTON BISHOP
CAST & PRODUCTION BIOS AVAILABLE HERE

For Press Inquiries, please contact:

Bunch of People Press & Publicity

BNCHPEOP@AOL.COM

or

info@newyorktheatreexperiment.org

ABOUT THE SHOW:

True Love. Family. Anxiety. Terrorists.

There’s no cheat code for the game of life.

  1. Joy’s estranged mother is back in town, claiming she holds the secret to uncovering a terrorist plot… and it’s hidden within a video game.

With her job at the local arcade, an unrequited love interest, a paranoid mother and her 25 year-old stoner boyfriend, a dangerous figure lurking in the shadows, and a best friend who may or may not be real… does Joy have what it takes to save the world? Or at least herself?
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