The world-premiere new play KING'S RIVER tells the intertwining stories of people living in a fictionAl Small town in the American South, written by Andrew Rosenberg and Ean Miles Kessler and directed by David Delaney. KING'S RIVER will begin previews May 23 prior to the official press opening of Thursday, May 24 at the Medicine Show Theatre (549 West 52nd St., 3rd Floor) in Manhattan.
We have the promo video and interviews below!
The cast of KING'S RIVER will feature Gwynneth Bensen, Jasmine Carmichael, Ean Miles Kessler, Mara Gannon, Tim Giles, Ruffin Prentiss, Andrew Rosenberg, Terrell Wheeler and Landon Woodson.
Andrew Rosenberg's recent acting credits include: SOUTH BEACH BABYLON (Arsht Center in Miami, Fl); OUR TOWN (Chatham, NY); BROTHERLY LOVE; IN THE BLOOD directed by Eric Ruffin, and HAMLET (The Globe Theatre in London). He was featured recently in "Celebrity Ghost Stories" on the Biography Channel.
Ean Miles Kessler is a graduate of Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts. He has studied and performed on the Globe stage in England, and his one act BROTHERLY LOVE received its debut as a part of Manhattan Repertory Theater's Summerfest 2010, and was subsequently published by Random House Publishing, in their anthology "Shorter, Faster, Funnier," alongside works by David Ives, Theresa Rebeck, and Christopher Durang. Ean is a lead writer for the New York City based theater company Inertia, and others.
David Delaney recently received his B.F.A. from Rutgers University's Mason Gross School of the Arts. Since moving to Brooklyn, David served as assistant director for Inertia Productions' deconstructed Macbeth titled The B-cam. He directed the world premieres of BROTHERLY LOVE and BEAUTIFUL HANDS (Samuel French Off Off Broadway Festival Finalist), and recently wrapped production on his first short film project "Plastic Jesus."
Foxhole Entertainment recently wrapped up production of its first original short film "Plastic Jesus" – shot locally in 2011 in New Jersey. Their first play BROTHERLY LOVE was produced at the Manhattan Repertory Theatre in the summer of 2010 and has since been published by Random House in the "Shorter, Faster, Funnier" anthology.