'My Life on the Craigslist' Returns Feb. 15, 22 & 29
After a sold-out performance at Off-Broadway's New World Stages, My Life On The Craigslist returns to New York for three performances only! My Life On The Craigslist, a solo show written and performed by Jeffery Self (Mr. Broadway, Big Tent) and directed and developed by Ryan J. Davis (White Noise, Breaking In), will be performed Off-Broadway at The 45th Street Theater (354 W. 45th Street) for three Fridays: February 15, 22 & 29 at 11PM. Lights by Solomon Weisbard & Co-Presented by Chris Ryan.
"Jeffery Self plays Jeff Miller, who is sexually frustrated, terribly self-conscious and willing to do anything to spice up his life. After finding the "Men 4 Men" section, his sordid dreams become reality and he begins to live life 'On The Craigslist.' Dirty, sleazy, and funny - this is a one night stand you don't wanna miss," explain press notes.
Tickets for My Life On The Craigslist are $10 cash at the door. One Free Beer to audience members over 21 with ticket! Reservations suggested by e-mailing email@example.com. Visit Jeffery's Official Myspace (www.myspace.com/jefferyself) for more information. Warning: My Life On The Craigslist contains explicit sexual language and graphic descriptions. Viewer discretion is advised. Children will not be admitted.
Jeffery Self conceived and produced the hit Mr. Broadway benefit for the Ali Forney Center. As a writer Jeffery's Big Tent: The Tammy Faye Baker Musical received a concert production at New World Stages last spring. Other works have been produced by such regional companies as the Horizon Theater in Atlanta, Georgia and Artists Collective in Los Angeles, CA.
Ryan J. Davis is a freelance director and political activist in New York City. His recent Gays For Giuliani campaign received national attention from CNN, MSNBC, The Washington Post, and more. His musical White Noise was a sell-out sensational at the 2006 NYMF. He's directed two previous Jeffery Self projects, Mr. Broadway and Big Tent. Find him on www.myspace.com/ryannewyork.
Jeffrey Self (photo by Zach Hyman)