I have a ten minute play going up in a showcase produced by Thespian Productions the third week in August (23rd, 24th and 25th). Three shows at 8, and a matinee at 3 on the 25th. It's called "They All Know Me." Briefly, the play is about cultural dislocation. Two women in Manhattan run a web staffing business. They have a meeting with Constantine Tiongco, a recruiter from Manila. The meeting doesn't go so well.
It's at the Joria Productions Theatre, 260 West 36th Street, 3rd floor. Tickets via Brown Paper Tickets.
The director is Christie Clark, who I haven't worked with before and is great! We had auditions Tuesday and Wednesday, with more to come. Yesterday, we cast Jeremy Rafal in the role of Mr. Tiongco (he studies with James Price at The Acting Studio, and gave a wonderful audition). We haven't decided who the two female roles will go to yet (though there are excellent possibilities), but we've got plenty of time.
Our first mention came up on theatreonline.com: http://www.theateronline.com/pb.xzc?PK=39493
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