A PHILOSOPHICAL PROTEST Premieres Tomorrow at Planet Connections
A Philosophical Protest, exploring to issues regarding the LGQBT community, bullying, homelessness, religion, God, depression, love, and essentially the concept of how we are all connected and asking for help is part is part of the great plan, premieres tomorrow, June 20, as part of The 2017 Planet Connection Theatre Festivity (running June 12 - July 9) at The Clemente, 107 Suffolk Street, NYC.
A Philosophical Protest performs June 20 @ 9:15 PM; June 24 @ 5:30 PM; June 26 @ 7:00 PM; June 29 @ 9:00 PM; July 2 @ 1:45 PM; and July 5 @ 7:00 PM. For tickets, visit PlanetConnections.org.
Opening on the streets of Manhattan, a young woman, experiencing an emotional crisis, decides to stage a protest against God, which rankles a young man passing by. Was this a chance meeting or fate? God knows!
The company includes:
Camilla Crawford (Writer/Producer/Phoebe) moved from South Africa to New York City at the age of 18 to study and pursue her writing acting career.
KT Thomas (Director) is originally from the United Kingdom. A gifted actress, choreographer, and director, KT loves and thrives on the energy she gets from NYC and wouldn't change it for the world.
Mary-Anne Elizabeth Wright (Assistant Director) is a South African-born Actress, Writer, and Singer. She received her BA (Dramatic Arts) from the University of Witwatersrand.
Jordan P. Schroeder (Mr. Abbatelli) is a native of Troy, NY, and spent most of his childhood performing and filming original short plays.
Josh Wooster (Mr. Abbatelli 2) is a corn-fed native from the great state of Nebraska.
Charles Casano (Stage Manager). A native New Yorker with credits including Pure Country (Broadway workshop reading, New World Stages; w/ Carlin Glynn, Will Chase, Steve Dorff, John Bettis, Peter Masterson: Director).