"'Your Alice' shows Wonderland in a different light..." - Thomoas Burns Scully of PopDust

Musically, the show is also a lot of fun. Composer Stephen Murphy has created a score that falls beautifully within the era, with slight modern flair. Think a less aggressive version of The Dresden Dolls and you about hit the mark. Tamara Sevunts and Megan Magee on piano and clarinet, respectively, play his score between their acting scenes in the show.

Diamond Dogs by Joe Ferraro premieres at The Thespis Theatre Festival

 

Tails may be wagging, but tensions are running high at this years Diamond Dog competition. Who will bring home the bacon? How do some pups solve sophisticated math problems? What is the optimal time to "go outside?" All these questions will be answered along with twenty more you didn't realize you needed to know!

Directed by: Megan Magee

THE DIAMOND DOGS features the talents of
Eddie McCole as Brett (a Border Collie)
Ariel Judson as Allie (a Golden Retrever)
Zach Rich as Marcus (a Bichon Frise)
Andrew Orsie as Sonata (a Jack Russell Terrier)
Cait Kiley as Shaina (a Siberian Husky)
Ben Standford as Earl (a Bloodhound)
with Joe Ferraro as Frank (a Pug)
and Kirk Stevens as The Judge (a very enthusastic human)

Women Are Crazy Because Men Are A~~holes returns to New York at the June Havoc Theatre

Bleeping Crazy presents a romantic comedy about five couples, brunch, and an internet courtship.

Nicole is single and she is finally meeting her new crush, Dylan, after a two-month internet courtship. The two get together along with several other couples at a celebratory brunch that quickly devolves into a series of sexual misadventures among all parties involved. This is the last reasonable thing any of them will do for the day.

Directed by Brad T. Gottfred

Megan Magee played the role of Hillary, and also understudied the role of Nicole.

Women Are Crazy Because Men Are A~~holes premieres in New York City Off-Broadway at The Cherry Lane Theatre

Bleeping Crazy presents a romantic comedy about five couples, brunch, and an internet courtship.

Nicole is single and she is finally meeting her new crush, Dylan, after a two-month internet courtship. The two get together along with several other couples at a celebratory brunch that quickly devolves into a series of sexual misadventures among all parties involved. This is the last reasonable thing any of them will do for the day.

Directed by Brad T. Gottfred

Megan Magee understudied the role of Hillary.