LOVE IN THE TIME OF TIME MACHINES to Play FRIGID New York, 2/20-3/3
FRIGID New York Presents The Theatre Elusive's production of Love in the Time of Time Machines, written by David Tichauer & Ned Petrie and directed by Chris Gibbs. Starring Gillian English, David Tichauer and Ned Petrie, the production will play UNDER St. Marks, 94 St. Mark's Place (between 1st Ave and Ave A, NYC), February 20 through March 3, 2013.
Once upon a time, Klein and Gabrielle broke up. And that was the end of it. OR WAS IT?! Yes, it was. OR WAS IT?!* In a world where time's arrow spins like a compass needle at the North Pole, do the actions of two people amount to a hill of beans? Sure, but what does that hill of beans amount to? I don't know; you're the bean expert! The point is, in this workaday life blah blah blah...Love in the Time of Time Machines.
Producer and actor, Gillian English has been busy as well recently being reviewed as "a joy to watch!" in Fab Magazine for her performance as Lady Caroline in Oscar Wilde's "A Woman of No Importance". These fine Canadian performers will be bringing heartbreaking hilarity to the stage as the explore love, loss and the fabric of the space-time continuum in the brand new show, Love in the Time of Time Machines.
Wednesday, February 20 @ 7:05pm
Friday, February 22 @ 10:15pm
Sunday, February 24 @ 12:30pm
Monday, February 25 @ 5:30pm
Friday, March 1 @ 7:05pm
Saturday, March 2 @ 5:15pm
Tickets are $15 or $10 for students/artsworkers/military/seniors Tickets available at the door or online at: www.FRIGIDnewyork.info.
David Tichauer - Head Writer, Performer: David Tichauer is a Second City trained writer and comedian originally from Toronto. He has been nominated for a Canadian Comedy Award for Best Sketch Troupe (Shoeless), has performed in the Just For Laughs Festival, and has written for CBC radio. He has performed at the Chicago, Montreal and Toronto Sketch Fests. He is also the writer of the webseries "Monthly Movie Minute," the upcoming webseries "Straight Man," and the wildly successful tweet, "When life gives you gators, make Gatorade."
Ned Petrie - Head Writer, Performer: Ned Petrie has been a Toronto-based actor, writer, and comedian since his graduation from The Second City Conservatory four years ago. In the time since, he's been nominated for a Canadian Comedy Award and has performed at numerous comedy festivals - including Just For Laughs, The Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival, Chicago Sketchfest, The Toronto International Improv Festival, Toronto Nuit Blanche, and Montreal Sketchfest. He is the Creator and Host of the award-winning live quiz show The Panel Show. Off-stage, Ned is an On-Air Contributor to Day 6 (CBC Radio One/PRI), wrote jokes for The Score (Canada's #3 Sports Network!), and co-wrote (with Dave Tichauer) the webseries Straight Man.
Chris Gibbs - Director: British-born comedian Chris Gibbs began his performance career in 1991, working as an acrobat on the streets of London. He's toured extensively as a stand-up comedian and improviser, written and performed five hit, award-winning one-man shows, was a regular guest on NBC's comedy series 'Howie Do It', has played at the Just For Laughs and the Winnipeg Comedy Festivals, starred in the Canadian indie feature 'Run Robot Run,' and is even a published author. He performs every Wednesday with The National Theatre of the World in Canadian Comedy Award-winning The Carnegie Hall Show.
Gillian English - Producer, Performer: Gillian English is the Artistic Producer and founder of The Theatre Elusive. Originally from Nova Scotia, Gillian trained in theatre at Dalhousie University and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA).
A Toronto based performer; Gillian is one half of the comedy duo "The Young Geologists", who have headlined the London Big Comedy Go-To, and The Spring Fever Festival. In the past year, Gillian has been featured by the CBC, CTV, The National Post, and NOW! Magazine and many other media outlets for her work in the theatre and comedy. Recent theatre credits include: Antony and Cleopatra (The Theatre Elusive), I Don't Like You (The Theatre Elusive), Matt and Ben (The Theatre Elusive), The Wormwood Prince (Next Stage Theatre).