Please join TBG Acting Apprentices for an intimate workshop presentation of…
DOWN THE ROAD
by Lee Blessing
An all-American couple meets an all-American serial killer.
Limited Five Performance Run:
March 7th, 8th, 9th and 14th, 16th
TBG Studio Theatre
312 W 36th Street
Maureen Fleming (Iris)
James Kivlen (Reach)
Jacob Cribbs (Dan)
Friday March 7th at 8pm
Saturday March 8th at 8pm
Sunday March 9th at 8pm
Friday March 14th at 8pm
Sunday March 16 at 8pm
Doors Open at 7:45pm
Space is limited.
Tickets are only $12 in advanced and $15 at the door.
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MORE ABOUT THE SHOW:
DOWN THE ROAD centers on a convicted serial killer and the husband and wife writing team hired to help him write an account of his crimes. The killer, Bill Reach, has admitted to the murders of nineteen women, but there may have been more. Over many weeks of interviews, the couple—Dan and Iris Henniman—grow more and more uncertain of the ethics of what they are doing. Are they simply relating terrifying events, or are they helping readers consume rape, murder and mutilation as if they are consuming any other product of our society? Are they, in fact, helping to turn Bill Reach into a celebrity?
Lee Blessing. On Broadway and London’s West End: A Walk in the Woods. Off-Broadway: Eleemosynary, Cobb, Thief River, Chesapeake and Down the Road — plus Fortinbras, Lake Street Extension, Two Rooms, and the world premiere of Patient A, all in the 1992-93 Signature Theatre Season. Recent regional productions includeWhores at the Contemporary American Theater Festival and Black Sheep at Florida Stage and Barrington Stage. Other plays include Going to St. Ives, Independence, Riches, Oldtimers Game, and Nice People Dancing to Country Music. Awards: The American Theatre Critics Association Award, the L.A. Drama Critics Award, the Great American Play Award, the Humanitas Award, and the George and Elisabeth Marton Award, among others. His plays have been nominated for Tony and Olivier Awards, as well as for the Pulitzer Prize. Mr. Blessing is the author of over twenty plays and screenplays. He currently resides in New York City.
Jacob Cribbs (Dan) Past and most-loved roles have included: Lennox/Third Witch in Macbeth, Pontius/Soldier/P in the West-coast premier of Sarah Ruhl’s Passion Play; Jeremy Warrender, Spider’s Web; Bob, Beyond Therapy; Seymore Krelborn, Little Shop of Horrors; Emile, South Pacific; Doctor, Phaedra’s Love; Phillip, McNally’s Chorpus Christi; Man’s Brother/Mother-Showman/Grade-School Chum, Venus; Constable in Shakepseare Santa Cruz’sWind in the Willows; Sganarelle, School for Fiancées; Puck(et), SSC’s Midsummer Night’s Dream; Clitus (& Marc Antony U.S.) SSC’s Julius Ceasar. As a director, his most recent endeavor was a susuki-infused renovation of Miller’s Death of a Salesman. He is a recipient of the Darhrma-Grace Full-Length Playwriting Award and an acting student at The Barrow Group.
Maureen Fleming (Iris) Recent/Favorite credits include Much Ado About Nothing with The Lawnchair Theater Company, To Kill A Mockingbird with Curtain Call Theater, and As You Like It. She also recently contributed to the short film, Rhythm in Blue. She has a B.A. in Theatre from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and is currently an Apprentice at the Barrow Group.
James Kivlen (Reach) is an actor/musician based out of Brooklyn, NY. He is very excited to be a part of Down the Road. Some of his favorite roles include Cliff (The Woolgatherer), James (Telling the Leaves), and Tim (I Do Wonder). When he isn’t doing a play or traveling somewhere in South America he spends lots of time with his improv team Sex Milkshake performing in venues all over NYC. He would like to thank Jake, Maureen, and all Barrow Group Apprentices for bringing him onto this project.
Down the Road is produced by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Services, Inc.