CrAzYToWn Set for The Actors Theatre Workshop in May
How do you know that nice, helpful guy in the next cubicle isn't a psychopath? You don't. In CrAzYToWn: my first psychopath, real-life therapist/performer Jude Treder-Wolff takes you down the rabbit hole of belief that led to her being blind-sided by reality. It's a comic take on an over-eager therapist getting over herself when nothing else seemed to be working.
CrAzYToWn: my first psychopath has played at a variety of venues since 2011, including The 2012 Chicago & San Francisco Fringe Festivals, The Charles B. Wang Center at Stony Brook University, The Conservatory NJ in Trenton, NJ, and the Producers Club in Manhattan. The show is also an official selection of the 2013 Midtown InterNational Theatre Festival (dates to be announced soon) and is booked at clubs, benefits and conferences around the country in 2013. CrAzYToWn, includes original songs written to support the storytelling by Jude Treder-Wolff in collaboration with musical director Wells Hanley.
Performances take place at The Actors Theatre Workshop, 145 W. 28th Street - Third Floor, btw 6th & 7th Avenues. Subways N/R/1 to 28th Street, A/C/E/2/3/B/D/F/M to 34th Street.
Tickets are $12 and can be purchased at http://www.smarttix.com/Show.aspx?ShowCode=CRA41
Sunday, May 12th @ 3:00 pm
Saturday, May 18th @ 7:00 pm
More information can be found at www.judetreder-wolff.com
Produced by Lifestage Inc.
JudeTreder-Wolff (playwright/performer) has been writing and performing solo shows since 1998. She has performed shows at a wide range of venues in New York City including The Laurie Beechman Theatre, Danny's Skylight Room, Rose's Turn, The Duplex, Gotham Comedy Club, Stand-Up New York, The New York Comedy Club, Vail-Leavitt Theater and the Ward Melville Education & Culture Center on Long Island. Regional credits include Ovations in Houston, TX, Art Space in Santa Fe, NM and Bucketworks in Milwaukee WI.
Jude's book Possible Futures: Creative Thinking For The Speed of Life was published in 2008 and she continues to present trainings about the book's themes of creative development as a response to the ways technology accelerates the pace of change in society. Her work has been published in The International Journal of Arts and Psychotherapy, Music Therapy Perspectives, Recovery Press, and the Psychodrama Network News, and she was interviewed for articles about creativity, improvisation, and applications of the arts for healing and growth by the LA Times, Orlando Sentinel, New York Newsday, Woman's Day, and The Three Village Times.