Four years after a brief rendezvous Annie and Patrick reunite at Heathrow Airport and discover how life-changing 36 hours can be.
Bricken Sparacino (Director) Bricken is an award winning performer, writer and director. She was one of nytheatre.com's People of the Year '08. As a director her nominated/winning productions include: Those Whistling Lads (Planet Connections and MITF), Pizza Man (MITF) and Mother May I (MITF). Under her direction Chris Harcum's American Badass (Frigid '08) was selected to be in a collection of "best of" and is now published.
In the world of comedy she directed and produced the Time Out NY recommended; 10:17 Comedy Night to a 2 ½ year run and the all female troupe Comedy Period. She helmed Michael Birch's One Man
Hamlet to great reviews. One Man Hamlet is now touring universities and high schools. She recently directed the critic's darling Lipshtick (FringeNYC) and The Terrible Manpain of Umberto McDougal one of the "best of" FRIGID New York 2012. Her last FRIGID play Death it happens: a girl's guide to death, won the audience favorite award (FRIGID 2012). She is happy to be back working on 36 Hours having nursed it to its first run in May. You can also see another Witting/Sparacino production in this festival, Sisters Grimm: Fables of the Stage.
Amy E. Witting (Playwright) has had over twenty productions performed both OFF and OFF-OFF
Broadway. She is currently enrolled in Hunter College's MFA program studying under Mark Bly and Tina Howe. She is from the underrated state of New Jersey, owns three crock-pots, and makes one mean lasagna. She is very grateful to be working with this wonderful cast and crew. Visit www.FRIGIDnewyork.info for more information and to purchase tickets.