Underneath the Lintel's sole character-the Librarian-embarks on a quest to find out who anonymously returned a library book that is 113 years overdue. A clue scribbled in the margin of the book and an unclaimed dry-cleaning ticket take him on a mysterious adventure that spans the globe and the ages. Directed by Randy Kovitz and Cameron Knight.

Randy Kovitz (The Librarian) is a veteran actor with credits across the entertainment industry. He appeared on Broadway in Burn This with John Malkovich and Joan Allen, Othello with James Earl Jones, Christopher Plummer, Diane Weist and Kelsey Grammer and Macbeth at Lincoln Center. Regional theater credits include shows at Yale Rep., American Shakespeare Festival, Laguna Playhouse, L. A. Theatre Center, Shakespeare Festival/L.A. and many others. Pittsburgh audiences have seen Randy in shows at the Pittsburgh Public Theater, Playhouse Rep, P.I.C.T., Bricolage, barebones, Quantum and others. No stranger to solo performance, he wrote, produced and performed Happy To Be Here at the Bricolage space in 2007. In Los Angeles in the 1990's, he fronted the spoken word band, "Lies Like Truth." Randy's television credits include "Parks and Recreation," "Supah Ninjas," "Fringe," "E.R," "The Practice," "King of Queens," and many others. Film credits include "The Fault in Our Stars" and the George Romero films "Dawn of The Dead" and "Knightriders". He wrote and directed the short films "The Specials" and "Lightweight." Both have played at film festivals around the country. "Lightweight" was awarded the jury prize for best short last spring at the Worldfest-Houston film festival. As a fight director, Randy stages violence for many theaters in town, as well as for film and video projects. Randy also teaches acting at the Carnegie Mellon School of Drama, directing at the Point Park department of cinema and leads private acting workshops.

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Off The Wall is a non-profit 501 C3 whose Resident Professional Theater Company works under contract with Actors Equity Association and produces a minimum of four plays during its regular season (October to May).

In addition to its seasonal offerings, Off The Wall has joined Chicago, New York and San Francisco in the revival of Repertory Theater.

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