FRIGID New York presents Bathtub Jen and the Henchmen, written by Jennifer Harder, Glen Heroy, Charley Layton, and David Rosen. Directed by the Ensemble, the show will run February 20 - March 3, 2013, at Under St. Marks.

Bathtub Jen and the Henchmen is a steampunk collaboration of prohibitionistic proportions! Sneak into a world of slapstick, stand-up, and vaudeville with Jersey's finest speakeasy entrepreneur and her curmudgeonly ex-con husband as they embark on poorly judged money-making schemes, erotic escapades gone awry, run-ins with a keystone cop, and vignettes that include accordion, ukulele, clarinet, spoons, and trumpet.

Performed by Jennifer Harder, Glen Heroy*, and Charley Layton. *Appearing courtesy of Actors' Equity Association. Bathtub Jen and the Henchmen is an Equity approved showcase.

The production, presented as part of the 2013 FRIGID New York Festival, will play at UNDER St. Marks (94 St. Marks Place between 1st Ave and Ave A) for 5 performances February 20 - March 3. Schedule: Wednesday, Feb. 20th, 2013, 10:15pm; Saturday, Feb. 23rd, 2013, 3:40pm; Monday, Feb. 25th, 2013, 8:40pm; Thursday, Feb. 28th, 2013, 5:30pm; and Sunday, March 3rd, 2013, 5:15pm. Tickets ($12, $10 students/seniors/military) are available by calling Smarttix at 212-868-4444 or online at

Jennifer Harder (Bathtub Jen): (BFA, NYU Tisch) has toured to the Capital, Dublin, and Montréal Fringe Festivals as well as the Ibero-American Theater Festival in Bogotá, Colombia, was a founding member of theater company The Management, and won a NY Innovative Theater Award for Outstanding Actress in a Featured Role. When not acting, she can be found playing with Hungry March Band and clown band The Maestrosities.

Glen Heroy (Commissioner Kelly): Hospital clown, Documentary subject in PBS' Circus, Dead Guy on Law & Order, Spoon Player, Singer, Santa Claus, Monologist, Elton John Impersonator, Cornelius Aldo in The Maestrosities (the coolest band in the world), Mentor, Educator, Name Dropper, Iconoclast, Nihilist, Friend. Glen looks younger than he actually is because he moisturizes.

Charley Layton (Ivan): plays over 13 instruments, though not simultaneously, all self-taught. He holds a BFA in Drama from NYU and teaches speech/dialects both at the Atlantic Theater Company Acting School and Playwrights Horizons Theatre School. He also teaches music to kids through the Funkytown Playground.

David Rosen is a standup comedian, screenwriter, and a sketch comedy writer for PITtv. He is a graduate oF Brown University and NYU School of Law.

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