Brian O'Halloran to Guest Star in YOU'VE GOT HATE MAIL, 5/25


Brian O'Halloran will guest star in off-Broadway's "You've Got Hate Mail" on Friday, May 25. The Van Zandt and Milmore comedy -- which "takes a hilarious look sexting, lies and laptops" -- plays at the Triad Theatre, 158 West 72nd Street, NYC. 

O'Halloran began his film career with the role of Dante Hicks in Kevin Smith's 1994 indie hit "Clerks." His association with Smith continued with such films as "Mallrats," "Chasing Amy," "Dogma" and "Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back." He voiced the role of Dante for the animated TV series "Clerks" on ABC.
Although best known for his film work, O'Halloran started his acting career in theater. His regional credits include "The Beauty Queen of Lenanne," "Translations" and "Dancing at Lughnasa."  As a member of the New Jersey Repertory Theater since 1998, he appeared in world premiers of "A World I Never Made," Mike Folie's "An Unhappy Woman" and "Panama,"  and "Submitted by C. Randall McCloskey" by Ian August.
 In "You've Got Hate Mail," love 'bytes' all when an extra-marital affair goes horribly wrong, after a juicy email is sent in error. The story is told entirely in emails from laptop computers, although the play still manages to have an unforgettable chase scene thanks to Blackberries and iPhones.
Starring along with O'Halloran are Glenn Jones, Barbara Bonilla, Rebecca Harris Flynn and Fran Solgan. Gary Shaffer directs.
Billy Van Zandt and Jane Milmore are the authors of 23 plays published worldwide with Samuel French and translated into multiple languages around the globe. Van Zandt's solo play "The Property Known as Garland" broke house records at The Actor's Playhouse in its initial Off-Broadway run.
Tickets are $30 - $35, and are available on-line at or by calling
(212) 868-4444. For more information, visit

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