FEARLESS MORAL INVENTORY: 12-step Walk Up, a New York City-based solo comedy play featuring 24 characters living through change in a changing world. Conceived and performed by Frank Blocker, directed by Kathy Kelly Christos.
Performances begin November 20 at 5:00pm and continue Sundays @5:00pm through December 11.
Tickets are $20.
Frank Blocker (playwright, performer) Plays include Southern Gothic Novel (Drama Desk Award nomination), Good Jew (with M.S. Changar), off-Broadway hit Eula Mae's Beauty, Bait & Tackle (Quintero Theatre), The Wisconsinners (Dubuque Fine Arts Center), Patient Number (Inner Voices Social Issues Play Winner), Suite Atlanta (Fn Productions/78th Street Studio Theatre), Kiss and Fade (Short Attention Span Play Festival, Boston), Air Marshals (in development with co-author Captain James Blocker, Oklahoma City Fire Dept), and Alice with composer William Wade (York Theatre Development Series, Emerging Artists). Frank edited the art catalog Tatyana Nazarenko: Family Portrait (A. Gertsman), sci-fi novel The Slaves of Votarus (Changar), Stage THIS! Ten-Minute Plays and Monolgoues (3 volumes, co-edited with Jan Herndon, Dana Todd and Sydney Stone). He is a member of The Dramatists Guild of America and a member of Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, and AFTRA. As an actor, he appeared on Law & Order:SVU and in the off-Broadway hit The Deep Throat Sex Scandal ("Blocker delivers." - Backstage Magazine) most recently. Short films include Lester and Maryam, Red Moonflower Blooming, and The Anniversary. NY stage roles include Mortimer in Brecht's Edward II, Roderick Usher in Steven Berkoff's Fall of the House of Usher, the "last Don" in The Don Quixote Project, Mr. Peachum in The Beggar's Opera, and as a prisoner on the streets in the Obie-winning West Village/East Village Fragments. He frequently appears in experimental works and readings including Stage Left Studio's Forbidden Kiss series (sometimes singing). California-born, Arizona-raised, Okie-stamped transplant to the South via Atlanta, Mr. Blocker now resides in New York City with his giant dog and tiny cat.Written and performed by Frank Blocker
Directed by KATHY KELLY CHRISTOS
STAGE LEFT STUDIO, 214 W. 30th Street, 6th Floor
More information: www.stageleftstudio.net