Graphic Design <span>by Gretchen Mergenthaler</span>Matt Higgins, Tracie Higgins <span>by Photo: Martha Granger</span>Jared Reinmuth, Nikaury Rodriguez, Tracie Higgins, Matt Higgins <span>by Photo: Martha Granger</span>Matt Higgins, Rik Walter, Serena Ryen <span>by Photo: Martha Granger</span>Laur Fois, Matt Higgins <span>by Photo: Martha Granger</span>Matt Higgins, Rik Walter <span>by Photo: Martha Granger</span>Carl Pasbjerg, Miguel Reis <span>by Photo: Martha Granger</span>Tracie Higgins, Rik Walter <span>by Photo: Martha Granger</span>Matt Higgins, Tracie Higgins, Rik Walter <span>by Photo: Martha Granger</span>Matt Higgins, Tracie Higgins <span>by Photo: Martha Granger</span>Miguel Reis, Matt Higgins <span>by Photo: Martha Granger</span>Carl Pasbjerg, Miguel Reis <span>by Photo: Martha Granger</span>Carl Pasbjerg <span>by Photo: Martha Granger</span>Serena Ryen, Matt Higgins <span>by Photo: Martha Granger</span>Laura Fois, Miguel Reis, Tracie Higgins,Carl Pasbjerg, Jared Reinmuth, Nikaury Rodriguez, Matt Higgins (back to audience) <span>by Photo: Martha Granger</span>Full Company <span>by Photo: Martha Granger</span>

 

“K Comma Joseph” by Kirby Fields

directed by Josh Liveright

Presented at the Good Shepherd School Auditorium, Inwood
November 7 – 17, 2012

A simple complaint about the hot water leads a mild-mannered clerk down a rabbit’s hole of intrigue and duplicity. Finding himself on “a list” and charged with unknown crimes, he is suddenly at odds with his boss, his wife and a corrupt government official.  On the run, his life destroyed, he has nothing left to save but his soul.  The play asks if even the most innocent among us is safe when every inch of our lives – and our hard drives – are examined.

with

Laura Fois*
Matt Higgins
Tracie Higgins*
Carl Pasbjerg
Jared Reinmuth*
Miguel Reis
Nikaury Rodriguez
Serena Ryen
Rik Walter*

Assistant Director & Stage Manager – Abigail Strange
Production Manager – Aaron Simms
Set Design – John McDermott
Lighting Design – Dante Olivia Smith
Sound Design – David Margolin Lawson
Costumes – Michele Sinacore
Fight Director –  Ron Piretti
Video Design – Alex Koch
Graphic Design – Gretchen Mergenthaler
Artistic Director & Producer – James Bosley

*Appearing courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association
Actors’ Equity approved showcase

What our audiences said:

“…intense, dark and downright disturbing. It definitely pushed the envelope – which I believe is what makes good theatre.“ – Bob Braswell, Executive Director, People’s Theatre Project

 “The way you all used the Good Shepherd stage to create a little theatre and stage was simply brilliant. To produce a great show with a budget of thousands and thousands of dollars is one thing. But, to produce such an experience for the audience and use the limitations of lighting and space in such an effective and efficient way, well, I was very impressed! It was creative. It was art. Congratulations to all!” – Reinaldo Martinez-Cubero, Artistic Director, Pied Piper Children’s Theatre

“Wow Brother! What a hell of an evening at the theatre! Magnificent! ” – Ciaran Byrne, Actor 

 “From the superb acting and creative directing to the text, which was thought provoking and powerful, I was taken on a journey into the human psyche that left me breathless.” Colleen Pierce, Actor

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