OUT OF THE BOXGenre: Comedy
written and directed by Bill Sorice
Larry, a Queens, NY native took the path "THEY" told him to take - an education, a decent job, a nice car and a wife who's life's ambition is to buy a house in Long Island...only 30 more years to white shoes and shuffleboard in Florida. I guess that's it? What does it take to think 'Out of the Box'? This character driven timeless comedy written and directed by Bill Sorice explores breaking down barriers and demystifying unconventional mindsets.
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|Theater:||Producers Club Theatres|
|Address:||358 W 44th Street|
New York, NY 10036 Show Map
|Location:||Between 8th and 9th Aves|
|Directions:||A Short Walk from Times Square|
|Cost:$15 Adults/$12 Students & Seniors (in advance) / $20.00 at the door|
|Buy Tickets Online or Call: TheaterMania at 212-352-3101|
Company: Cold Gin Productions Official Web Site: www.coldginproductions.com|
Kathleen enjoys spending her time both on and off the stage as a professional actor, director and teacher. She earned a BA in Theatre Arts from Stockton State College, and has recently earned a Master’s Degree in Theatre from Montclair State University. Kathleen is thrilled to be working with Cold Gin Productions!
REE DAVIS: Studied at HB Studio. Stage credits include Margaret in DYING GOLDFISH, Emma Hatch in DARYL DIMMINGS IS DEAD, Mrs. Wire in Tennessee Williams’ VIEUX CARRE, Carla in MESHUGENA BAGEL, Mother in LICENSED TO LOVE, Penny in George S. Kaufman’s YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU, Pamela in Noel Coward's NUDE WITH VIOLIN. Performed as part of the improvisation group SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION at HB Theatre. Film appearances include: PURSUIT OF HAPPINES, CELEBRITY, 15 MINUTES, THE TIC CODE, PRIMARY COLORS. Film shorts include: THE CLOSET DOOR and DINING. Television: AS THE WORLD TURNS. Did various industrial commercials.
Carlo Fiorletta-GIAA- BA Queens College
Stage & Voiceovers:
Mara Lesemann’s Fertility Factor (GEAR); Time Out New York Best Dance Finalist: Dig Deep (Abby Bender choreographer); Murray: The Odd Couple-Stonyhill; Duke of Florence: All’s Well that Ends Well; Yard Sale Woman: Jennifer Heit’s - Everything Must Go…Maybe (Love Creek); Present Ghost: A Christmas Carol (Morris Speedwell); Sal: Those the River Keeps (Heaven Theater@ Producers Club); Bruce: Beyond Therapy; Mangiacavallo: The Rose Tattoo (Bravo)
“Jim in the Box”(Lead) 2005 Tribeca
“Forms and Motifs” – Town Hall;
“Familiar Differences” – Lincoln Center
Meredith Hackett is pleased to be performing with Cold Gin Productions. She received her BFA in acting at Emerson College in Boston. Regional Theatre credits: Kate in Love, Sex, and the IRS, Suzette in Don't Dress for Dinner, Emily in Our Town. She has also performed as a comic improv performer with the NY Renaissance Faire and appeared in their production of Much Ado About Nothing as Margaret. She would like to thank her family and friends for their support.
Tim Intravia is a graduate of Circle in the Square Theatre School. Past credits include Lone Star (Roy), A Streetcar Named Desire (Stanley) Two Gentlemen of Verona (Proteus) and Macbeth (Various). Tim has done multiple student films and hosted "Pet of the Week" for NBC 25. Directing credits include the recent production of his sister Emily's play Laughingstock. He sends much thanks to Mom, Dad, Emily, Little Emmy (the most beautiful 11-month old in the world), the new niece and nephew on the way and all who support him in his journey to a life in the arts. Thanks to Bill, Cold Gin Productions and the cast for this very fun opportunity.
||Dave T. Koenig
Dave T. Koenig (Greg) first appeared on a New York stage doing sketch comedy and improv, then found his way into consecutive appearances at the NY International Fringe Festival in 2002-2003 and several independent feature films (including Filmic Achievement, a mockumentary about film school students, and Elevator, a love triangle seen through the eyes of a fourth person). You may have also spotted him in national commercials for Microsoft, Verizon, Wendy's, Scott Tissue and Chunky Soup, or on stage performing improv at the Peoples Improv Theater. Dave recently moved to New Jersey with his beautiful wife Stephanie and two really cool puppies, credits his incredibly supportive family with getting him this far in life, and often speaks of himself in the third person.
Guy Messenger was born in a small cabin in Northern Minnesota when he was four years old. A pallid and sallow youth, he soon grew strong on a diet of tuna and honey, and in no time had chosen peformance as a career. A UCLA graduate and a former nationally ranked water skier, he played one of the Delta House Pledges in "Animal House" and now records voice overs in four languages, as well as in a variety of dialects. Guy lives in Brooklyn and has an aquarium. Member SAG/AFTRA.