OFF-NIGHT REPERTORY CURRENT PRODUCTIONS

WINTER SEASON 2007


With the patronage of the Comune di Roma, Assessorato alle politiche culturali
Ford Entertainment presents
MOMMY: More On Modern Monologues, Yeah!


A series of brand new monologues
AN ALL MALE SHOW
directed by Christian Boyle
by and with Rick Breco, Doug Dean, Micheal Monkhouse, John Penate, Matthew Reynolds, & Steven Spelar


MOMMY is conceived as a recurring event which introduces new authors (BOYS ONLY) through a series of new writings. The work comes from different backgrounds and reflects the varied life styles and choices of the twenty first century. The situation is both humane and humorous resounding the upbeat, down trodden and mind boggling aspects of love life.


Back by public demand!
 
Steve Day
UK's only deaf commedian in Deafy's Island Discs - with simultaneaos translationn into Italian sign language with Marco Nardi., fund raiser for the Roberto Wirth Fondazton. Steve picks his own desert island discs - a selection of the songs he remembers from before he lost his hearing, with warm, funny and shockingly honest anecdotes to accompany each one.
in collaboration with Gsoh, UK and the Roberto Worth Foundation

Fresh from the 2007 Edinburgh fringe.

***** "a perfect festival show ... the laughs come thick and fast"- Chortle
**** "a truly lovely little show ... it doesn't really get much better"- The Scotsman
**** "a quality comedian ... very funny and honest"- Fresh Air Radio
"funny and moving"- Sunday Times Pick Of The Fringe.


12th Season, 60th prodution World Premiere:
The Moths

a voyage through the netherland of classic Greek mythology
and Virginia's Woolf's mind

directed and designed by
Dustin Wills
devised with the assistance of
Spring Karlo
and the performers:
Amy Briggs, Luke Charles,
Lorenza Damiani,
Nicole Ferlei-Brown, Gaby Ford

assistant direction: Angelo Carotenuto
sound: Christian Boyle
assistant production: Gerladine Polese
Moths

* author, director of last season's OPHELIA ...taken to the stratosphere”
-
Robert Faires
" ...in the heart of Rome, a theatre with passion"
-
Riccardo Faiella

see review