Broken Watch Theatre Company (Drew DeCorleto, Artistic Director) will present Sex Good; Money Bad, two one-act's by Michael Weller, directed by Tony Speciale and Drew DeCorleto. Sex Good; Money Bad will begin its limited run on December 8, running through December 18 at WorkShop Theater Company's Main Stage Theater (312 West 36th Street, 4th Floor). Tickets are $18 and can me purchased by visiting www.BrokenWatch.org.
Sex and money are the focus of these premiere comedies by Michael Weller. From a small apartment to a small dorm room, the occupants are visited by a few larger than life characters that throw a wrench into their plans. In Sex Good, Money Bad- some get it and some don't...
Cast includes: Ethan James Duff (Film: Get Rich or Die Tryin' Theatre: Estimated Time of Arrival), Halley Wegryn Gross (Off-Broadway: The Prime Of Miss Jean Brodie, Hurlyburly, True Love. Film: Across the Universe, The Babysitters, The Missing Person. TV: "The Good Wife", "Gossip Girl," "The Book of Daniel"), Michael Sazonov (Regional: Mister Roberts, A?Streetcar?Named?Desire, One?Flew?Over?The?Cuckoo's?Nest, Summer?Of?'42), Sam Tsoutsouvas (TV: "God in America", "Liberty! The American Revolution" Broadway: By Jeeves, Our Country's Good, The Three Sisters, The Time of Your Life, Edward II), Jeff Ward (Film: Vamperifica, The Doctor Cares. Stage: MTC's That Face). Creative Team includes: Daniel Zimmerman (Scenic Designer), Marina Reti (Costume Designer), Alison May (Lighting Designer), and Hannah Wood (Property Master).
Sex Good; Money Bad
By Michael Weller
Directed by Tony Speciale (Now There's Just the Three of Us)
Drew DeCorleto (Rules for Write Play (so not getting fingers broken)
Thursday, December 8 - Sunday, December 18
Thursday, December 8 at 7PM
Friday, December 9 at 8PM
Saturday, December 10 at 3PM & 8PM
Sunday, December 11 at 2PM
Tuesday, December 13 at 8PM
Wednesday, December 14 at 8PM
Thursday, December 15 at 8PM
Friday, December 16 at 8PM
Saturday, December 17 at 3PM & 8PM
Sunday, December 18 at 2PM
Sex Good; Money Bad is made possible in part with public funds from NYSCA