A review has been posted for Stop Kiss, which includes a special mention for yours truly. You can read the review here. There’s only a few dates left for the show, so make sure to get your tickets here before you miss your chance.
Also, R.U.X. opens this Friday! I’m really excited about this show, and I can’t wait to get in infront of an audience of adoring fans. To reserve your tickets, which are selling faster than hotcakes made of iPads, click here.
In just 2 days, Stop Kiss will be opening at Silver Spring Stage. But if you’re a little short in the wallet, how does a Pay-What-You-Can Preview sound? So if you want to come and see a great show (and spread the word), stop by Silver Spring Stage tomorrow night, June 28th at 8pm and pay whatever your heart desires. If you can’t get over to us tomorrow, fret not, because we have shows all the way through the 21st of July. Reserve your tickets here.
And of course, tickets are on sale for R.U.X., which opens on July 13th. Tickets are available here. Make sure to reserve them quick, because there are only 5 shows that are selling fast!
The Silver Spring Stage has updated their website, and tickets are now available to purchase online! We are open on June 29th (after a June 28th preview) and run through the 3rd weekend of July. In total, that’s 13 chances to see a show that I’m becoming very proud of.
Along with that, the calendar tells me that it’s the 18th of June, which means that you can now buy your tickets for R.U.X. at the Capital Fringe Website! Even on the first day they’re starting to fly, so now’s the time to reserve your seats. We have 3 evening shows, one night performance and a matinee, so anytime you want to enjoy your theater, we have you covered.
Come see both shows and you get a special prize: a huge hug from yours truly! If that won’t sell tickets, nothing will. Wet, sloppy kisses available by request only.
The theater life stops for no one. Last weekend was my opening for The Sunshine Boys for the Chevy Chase Players, and tonight you can come and see me in a staged reading for a new play called Render. Check out my Calendar for details on how to see both shows. But more good news comes down the pike: I will be performing this summer in Stop Kiss for the Silver Spring Stage! I’m very excited about this project, and I can’t wait to dive into the deep end with this talented cast & crew. More details on the show will be coming soon but, as always, my Calendar page has all the updates. And still, R.U.X. will be hitting the DC Capital Fringe stage in just a few months. I hope to see you there!
Busy times in the theater world! While R.U.X. prepares for the Washington DC Fringe Festival, two more projects are in the works. The first is a new 1 Act play called Capsmittment. Written by Jean Koppen, it’s the story of two best friends deciding to get season tickets for the Washington Caps. But does their relationship have what it takes to make such a big step? Winner of the 2012 Sportaculture Playwriting Competition, it’s being performed as a part of the Sportaculture 1 Act Festival.
The other upcoming project is a staged reading of a new play called Render. It will be performed one night only at the Round House Theater Education Center. For more details on both shows, check out my Calendar page. See you there!
Great news: R.U.X. is returning this summer! Featuring at The Warehouse for the DC Summer Fringe, R.U.X. is a hilarious show about sexbots and the people who (try to) create them. Going against time, money, the law and possibly basic human decency, Louis Rockwell Jr. and his design team set out to make the perfect companion for anyone and everyone. This show was the runaway hit at the Hope Operas last fall, and I’m very excited to be reprising my role of Gary the hardware designer. The show is funny, touching, poignant and even philosophical. This is my favorite show I’ve worked on in quite a while, and you can see why this July! The performance dates are: Friday, July 13 @ 8:15pm; Saturday, July 14 @ 11:30pm; Tuesday, July 24 @ 6pm; Saturday, July 28 @ 5:30pm; Sunday, July 29 @ 2pm. All performances will take place at The Warehouse, 645 New York Ave. NW, Washington, DC, 20001. Please check my calendar for more info, and check back soon on how to reserve your tickets! For more info, head over to our official website at www.surlyrobot.com.