Tim Burke, Tim McGarrigal & More to Lead NOTHING BUT TRASH at TNC; Full Cast Announced

Tim Burke, Tim McGarrigal & More to Lead NOTHING BUT TRASH at TNC; Full Cast Announced

Theater For The New City has announced the complete cast for the upcoming world premiere of Andy Halliday's NOTHING BUT TRASH, a satire of 1950's teen-angst films and gay pulp fiction. G.R. Johnson (Bounce and Thunder, Seven11.2005) will direct.

The production will feature Tim Burke (original cast of Naked Boys Singing), Andrew Glaszek (web series "Hustling"), Halliday (Charles Busch's Theatre-In-Limbo, Psycho Beach Party), John Kevin Jones (A Christmas Carol at the Merchant's House), Rory Max Kaplan (The Light in the Piazza, Pittsburgh Playhouse), Tim McGarrigal (High School Musical, 1st national tour), David Errigo, Jr. (title role in world premiere of Harry Connick Jr.'s The Happy Elf), Jeffrey Vause (Aloha Oy!) and Steven Wenslawski (Spamalot, 1st national tour).

NOTHING BUT TRASH will play Theater for the New City's Community Space Theater (155 First Avenue, New York), Thursday, March 6th through Sunday, March 23rd, with an official opening scheduled for Sunday, March 9th. Regular priced $20 tickets are now on sale at SmartTix.com or by calling (212) 868-4444. Subject to availability, Pay-What-You-Can tickets will be available at the box office only for Tuesday evening performances.

Be sure to visit nothing-but-trash.com and facebook.com/nothingbuttrashtheplay for more information.

What happens when two beautiful teenage boys meet under the hot summer sun? Nothing good. In NOTHING BUT TRASH, the year is 1958 and Tab (McGarrigal) and Troy (Kaplan) are on the fast track to madness when their innocent love is destroyed by lies. Wrongly accused of a heinous crime, the boys must escape the horror of juvenile hall, or risk losing their sanity. And their lives!

NOTHING BUT TRASH will play the following schedule at Theater for a New City's Community Space Theater, March 6-23, 2014: Tuesdays through Saturdays at 8:00pm and Sundays at 3:00pm. The first preview is set for Thursday, March 6th at 8:00pm with an official opening on Sunday, March 9th at 3:00pm.

Theater For The New City, under Executive Director Crystal Field's leadership, has produced over 800 new plays, which have garnered a Pulitzer Prize and over 43 OBIE Awards for excellence in every theatrical discipline. Founded in 1971, TNC has nurtured the talents of Sam Shepard, Maria Irene Fornes, Romulus Linney, Richard Foreman, Lee Breuer, Miguel Piñero, Charles Busch, Moises Kaufman, Vin Diesel, Adrien Brody, Eduardo Machado, Jean-Claude van Itallie and Tim Robbins. One of New York's most prolific theatrical organizations, TNC produces 30-40 premieres of new American plays per year, at least 10 of which are by emerging and young playwrights.

Andy Halliday is an actor, writer and director, who was most recently seen off-Broadway in the 2011 production of Devil Boys From Beyond. Nothing But Trash marks the third time he has performed in his own work, having previously performed double duty with Sex Slaves of the Lost Kingdom and I Can't Stop Screaming. He got his start in 1983 performing in Charles Busch's Vampire Lesbians of Sodom. From 1987 to 1991, the Theatre-In-Limbo company went on to perform three more of Busch's plays: Psycho Beach Party, Red Scare On Sunset and The Lady In Question, the latter earning Halliday the Scene Stealer of the Month Award from Playbill.

G.R. Johnson has directed Ty Adam's Bounce and Thunder for the Circle East Theater Company, Seven11.2005 for Desipina Theatre Company and was the Associate Director, as well as Fight Choreographer and Dialect Coach, for a production of Peter Pan in Honolulu. As an actor, he has worked at the Huntington Theater (winner of the 2013 Regional Theatre Tony Award), The Wilma Theater in Philadelphia, Fulton Theatre in Lancaster, Alabama Shakespeare Festival and many others. In New York City, he has performed at NY Classical Theatre, Mint Theater Company, La Mama E.T.C., NY International Fringe Festival, and in the New York premiere of Tom Stoppard's Indian Ink.

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