Mick O'Brien Joins Cast of HONOR BOUND at St. Luke's Theatre

By: Jul. 28, 2014
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Albert J. Repicci's new drama HONOR BOUND, playing at St. Luke's Theatre, 308 West 46th Street, welcomes Mick O'Brien to the cast as Peter, the newspaper editor. Mick joins Ross DeGraw, Christine Marie Heath, Anthony Laciura and Nicole M. Carroll in the drama directed by Josh Iacovelli.

MICK O'BRIEN most recently hosted UTC61's Money Lab at The Brick (coming to HERE Arts Center in 2015), and also appeared in Collective: Unconscious' harrowing air disaster docu-play Charlie Victor Romeo (at 3LD). Mick has often collaborated with playwrights Kirk Wood Bromley (Un[en]titled; Cycatrix Adaptitude; Be Story Free; Dazl) and Carey Harrison (Rex & Rex; Midget in a Catsuit Reciting Spinoza; Bad Boy; Scenes From a Misunderstanding). He has also appeared in Penny Dreadful; Notes From Underground; World Gone Wrong; King Lear; The Christmas Suicides (one-man show); Greed: A Musical Love Story (The Brick),Arcadia; Antigone; Mad Forest; Scenes from an Execution (QED Productions/Hudson Guild), and on film in the lead role in the cheeky race comedy Black People Are People Too (Keller Rae/DuranFilms).

In HONOR BOUND, an ambitious young reporter tries to uncover secrets about a respected doctor but instead she discovers long buried conflicts between two childhood friends. Set against the bonds of baseball, curveballs are thrown and memories recaptured. The play moves back and forth between 1968 and 1992.

Produced by Gemstone Productions, HONOR BOUND has sets and light design by Josh Iacovelli, costumes by Jennie West and sound design by Paul Bourgeois.

Tickets for HONOR BOUND, at $59.50 and $39.50, are available via Telecharge.com or 212 239-6200. Tickets are also available at the St. Luke's Box Office, 308 West 46th Street, seven days a week.

For more information, visit www.honorboundtheplay.com.


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