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Carol Hickey

 
Carol Hickey Headshot
Date of Birth: August 09, 2022
Date of Death: August 09, 2022 (0)

Stage Credits

  [Off-Off-Broadway]
Original Off-Off-Broadway Production, 2006
Beryl/Dun Cow

 

Stage

Performances
  [Off-Off-Broadway]
Original Off-Off-Broadway Production, 2006
Beryl/Dun Cow






Carol Hickey News

Classic Theatre Partners with DreamWeek For Community Conversation, 'Amplifying Black Photo Classic Theatre Partners with DreamWeek For Community Conversation, 'Amplifying Black Female Voices Series'
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 20, 2021

The DreamWeek 2021 summit‚Äôs theme is ‚ÄúLife, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.‚ÄĚ In a world of increasingly global connectivity, there is a need for education, learning and revelation of the voices that have (and are) directing our paths to enlightenment, peace and the ‚Äúbeloved community.'

Cast Recordings For BROADBEND, ARKANSAS; THE PERFECT FIT; and GOLDEN BOY OF THE BLUE  Photo Cast Recordings For BROADBEND, ARKANSAS; THE PERFECT FIT; and GOLDEN BOY OF THE BLUE RIDGE Now Available
by Stephi Wild - Jul 17, 2020

Three new releases now available on digital platforms today via Broadway Records, Broadbend, Arkansas (Original Off-Broadway Cast Recording), The Perfect Fit a?" The Musical (The Remote Album), and the re-release of Golden Boy of the Blue Ridge (Original Cast Recording). You can buy or stream all three where digital musical is sold.

BWW Review: A CHRISTMAS MEMORY at The Mastrogeorge Theatre, Austin Texas Photo BWW Review: A CHRISTMAS MEMORY at The Mastrogeorge Theatre, Austin Texas
by Jesse Griffith - Dec 10, 2019

Based on the beloved 1956 classic by the same title, The Alchemy Theatre's production of A Christmas Memory (at the Mastrogeorge Theatre) is a lovely adaptation of what is in my opinion, Truman Capote's finest masterpiece. Although Capote published far fewer books than his contemporaries, his body of work is extraordinary with accolades for works the caliber of Breakfast at Tiffany's and In Cold Blood, Capote always insisted that this short story was his personal favorite. A tribute to his distant cousin, Nanny Rumbley Faulk, nicknamed 'Sook', A Christmas Memory tells us the story of 'Buddy' (Capote's nickname) and his last Christmas with cousin Sook and their beloved dog, Queenie. Capote's shattered childhood had a profound effect on him; He suffered from multiple neuroses (including separation anxiety), fueled by alcohol and drug addiction. Capote was so terrified of abandonment that he reportedly refused to travel without his most treasured possession, a baby blanket handmade by Sook. When he died at the Bel Air home of Joanne Carson one month shy of his sixtieth birthdate, (per Carson), he held the blanket and uttered his final words, 'It's me, it's Buddy... I'm cold'.

Ben Fankhauser and More Concert Production of THE FLOOD Photo Ben Fankhauser and More Concert Production of THE FLOOD
by Julie Musbach - Aug 29, 2018

Casting has been announced for THE FLOOD, an original musical inspired by the historic 1993 Mississippi River Floods. This one night only special concert presentation will take place at TheTimesCenter (242 West 41st Street) on Saturday, September 8 at 8pm. Produced by the Prospect Theater Company, THE FLOOD kicks off their 2018-2019 season and this IGNITE series concert is presented in partnership with Greymatters Productions. 

Cast Announced for A DELICATE SHIP at The Filigree Theatre Photo Cast Announced for A DELICATE SHIP at The Filigree Theatre
by BWW News Desk - Nov 20, 2017

The Filigree Theatre, Austin's newly launched women-led theatre company, has announced its cast for the Austin Premiere of A DELICATE SHIP, written by Anna Ziegler. Starring David Moxham (Sam), Laura Ray (Sarah) and Nicholaus Weindel (Nate), directed by Elizabeth V. Newman and produced by Stephanie Moore, the production will run Thursdays through Sundays from February 15 25, 2018 at the Santa Cruz Theatre.

Mermaids and Oddities Take the Stage in CRAVE BLUE Photo Mermaids and Oddities Take the Stage in CRAVE BLUE
by BWW News Desk - Aug 5, 2017

A mermaid exhibition. A strange lake in the middle of West Texas. Ice cream in multiple flavors. MouthRadio presents Crave Blue, a new play by Sarah Loucks, directed by Ann Marie Dorr. Part roadside attraction, part dark comedy, Crave Blue follows a group of West Texas women who dress up as mermaids to pay the bills. Conspiracy and desire collide when a man claims to see a real life mermaid in the lake. As tourists pollute the town, three minimum-wage mermaids must risk everything to uncover the secrets within the lake, and the secrets within each other.

Mermaids and Oddities Take the Stage in CRAVE BLUE
by BWW News Desk - Jul 20, 2017

A mermaid exhibition. A strange lake in the middle of West Texas. Ice cream in multiple flavors. MouthRadio presents Crave Blue, a new play by Sarah Loucks, directed by Ann Marie Dorr. Part roadside attraction, part dark comedy, Crave Blue follows a group of West Texas women who dress up as mermaids to pay the bills. Conspiracy and desire collide when a man claims to see a real life mermaid in the lake. As tourists pollute the town, three minimum-wage mermaids must risk everything to uncover the secrets within the lake, and the secrets within each other.

Mermaids and Oddities Take the Stage in CRAVE BLUE
by Julie Musbach - Jun 25, 2017

A mermaid exhibition. A strange lake in the middle of West Texas. Ice cream in multiple flavors. MouthRadio presents Crave Blue, a new play by Sarah Loucks, directed by Ann Marie Dorr. Part roadside attraction, part dark comedy, Crave Blue follows a group of West Texas women who dress up as mermaids to pay the bills. Conspiracy and desire collide when a man claims to see a real life mermaid in the lake. As tourists pollute the town, three minimum-wage mermaids must risk everything to uncover the secrets within the lake, and the secrets within each other.

Carol Hickey Acting Studio presents GOOD PEOPLE
by A.A. Cristi - May 11, 2017

Carol Hickey Acting Studio presents Good People, written by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright David Lindsay-Abaire.  He pays his respects to his old South Boston neighborhood and the insurmountable class divide between those who make it out of this blue-collar neighborhood and those who find themselves left behind.   Good People has been hailed as enthralling, utterly gripping, remarkable" by the Los Angeles Times, "painfully funny and gut wrenchingly real" by Washingtonian Magazine and "masterful and oh-so-compelling" by The Boston Globe. 

The Queensborough Theatre Project to Present Immersive KABARETT WEIMAR at The LetLove Inn
by BWW News Desk - Apr 17, 2017

On Sunday, April 30th, 2017, The Queensborough Theatre Project will continue its adventurous inaugural season with KABARETT WEIMAR, a one-night-only immersive theatrical concert experience that recreates the divine decadence of Weimar-era German cabaret, featuring songs from the musicals 'Cabaret' and 'The Threepenny Opera.'