FRIGID New York Presents A Temerity Theatre Company Production: ├"scar Tango-Bravo

FRIGID New York Presents A Temerity Theatre Company Production: Óscar Tango-Bravo

A comic look at conspiracy theories and the people who believe in them, in light of 20th Century events like the Cuban Sandwich Crisis. Do you have what it takes to be a would-be revolutionary? Señor Óscar Tango-Bravo runs the world his way.

Kerry Fitzgibbons (Mags, Applicant) is thrilled to be collaborating with Bricken Sparacino in the FRIGID Festival for the second year in a row. Both a producer and actor with aWe Creative Group along with Tiffany McRae, Kerry has appeared in numerous plays around NYC. She would like to thank friends and family for their support through the years and apologize for the fact that she hates writing bios.

Roi King (Ras Tafari) is fresh from producing, directing, and starring in Extensions. After attending Kingsborough College for Theatre Arts, Roi teamed up with film and video artists Michael Paul Britto, where he starred in and choreographed Dirty Harriet Tubman/Slave for You, This Little Word of Mine (Live), and their latest project The Argument. King also recently starred in a set of shorts called Nowhere and as part 6th Annual 72 Hour Film Shootout, Happy Sad Go! Go! Go!

Tiffany May McRae (Janine) Recent work: victor (Cabrini Repertory Theatre); FALLING (Connelly Theater/FringeNYC); G.I. Joe Jared (59E59th Theaters/Edinburgh Fringe Festival). She's also been up to no good online: Training: NYU (BFA); William Esper Studio.

James Rieser: (Raymond, Examiner, Ras Kolnikov) James is a burgeoning young actor in the New York theater scene. With credits ranging from Off-Broadway to film to regional theater to radio/voiceover and back again. He was most recently seen witching and murdering his way through the What Dreams May co. production of Macbeth. This is James' second time working with Bricken and Temerity Theatre having previously appeared in their production of The Troubadour Struck by Lightning.

Bricken Sparacino (Director) is an award-winning director. Nominated/Winning productions include: 36 Hours (FRIGID New York), Gregor of Berlin (miniFridge), The Terrible Manpain of Umberto McDougal (FRIGID New York). Whistling Lads (Planet Connections and MITF), Pizza Man (MITF) and Mother May I (MITF), Call Me Bernice (Spotlight on Festival), 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. This is her second time working with Ed and looks forward to brining O.T.B. to the FRIGID New York stage.

Glenn B. Stoops * (Óscar, Swedenborg, Saxo Grammaticus) is delighted to be once again collaborating with the director/ writer combination of Sparacino and Malin having previously worked with them on The Troubadour Struck By Lightning. He has worked with many NYC based companies including Ophelia Theatre Company, Boomerang Theatre Company, Third Eye Theatre Company, Quest Theater Ensemble, Blunt Theater Company, Staten Island Shakespearean Theatre, Banned in Warwick Productions, 10:17 Comedy Troupe, Pulse Ensemble Theatre, and Theatreworks USA. Regional credits include NJ Rep, Shadowlawn Stage, Civic Theatre of Central Florida (Orlando, FL), Beechwood Theatre Company (Newport, RI), Playhouse on the Square (Memphis, TN), Sterling Renaissance Festival (Sterling, NY), Nebraska Theatre Caravan (Omaha, NE), EPCOT Center, and Universal Studios Florida. He can currently also be seen on Liberty Island performing his long running one person show based on the life of Auguste Bartholdi. For more information visit

Ed Malin (Writer) plays include Film Noix, Judge Yuri & Executioner, American J?taka Tales, The Color Brunette, The Troubadour Struck By Lightning, The Addicts, The Troubadour Struck By Lightning, and Girl=Mass°Anorexia. Generic Magic Realism received a NYIT Award nomination for Nat Cassidy for Outstanding Solo Performance. His work has been performed at FringeNYC ('97, '05, '06, '09), FRIGID New York ('12, '13,'14), manhattantheatresource, etc. Ed edited the Spontaneous Combustion Anthology for manhattantheatresource, has several plays available online from Indie Theater Now, and is a member of the Dramatists Guild.

* Member of Actors Equity Association

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