Debbie-Lisa and Lisa-Jean consider themselves very good women indeed - but what about the super-concentrated pellet of black-hole anti-matter that exists in the core of each of their beings?
written & directed by N.G. McClernan produced by Mergatroyd Productions @Where Eagles Dare PlayLab ~ Saturday April 17 @9PM & Sunday April 18 @2PM ~ 347 W. 36th St. NY NY (between 8th & 9th Aves.)
CAT YUDAIN (Debbie-Lisa) - has a BFA in Acting from the University of Connecticut. Some credits include Connecticut Repertory Theatre's: Hair (Tribe, directed by Gabriel Barre) and Arabian Nights (Dunyazade, Azizah, directed by Dale AJ Rose); UConn Suzuki Class production of Iphigenia at Aulis (Iphigenia). Hope Summer Rep: Closer Than Ever (Woman Two), and The Lost Colony in their 72nd season. Cat loves She will return to The Lost Colony this summer as their fight captain.
SARAH ELIZONDO (Lisa-Jean) is a native of San Antonio, TX, graduated from Texas Christian University with a BFA in Theatre. Her NY credits include Missed at the Cell Theatre and a participant of The Actor's Project NYC Showcase. University roles include: Ruby in Getting Out, Tiresias in Burial at Thebes, Lina in Misalliance, Helen Cohen in Dream of Ameria at Bass Hall, and The Vagina Monologues. Other credits: Rose Marine Theatre in Fort Worth as Conchita in Anna in the Tropics, Dora in Lincoln Heights, and Titania in A Midsummer Night's Dream. She has also worked at Circle Theatre with Firestarter Productions as Camilia Sanes in Sonnets for an Old Century. She is an Amphibian Stage Productions company member, and has read stage directions for numerous readings at the Modern Art Museum. Sarah is a part of the Equity Membership Candidacy program.
LARISSA ADAMCYZK (Courtney) is a graduate of Rutgers University with a Bachelor of Arts in Dance and English. She has performed at the 2008 Transplant Olympics, was a member of the Bella Voce Choir (of Pompton Plains), and was a featured performer in several shows with Out of Order Improv. Some of her favorite roles include: The Producers (Ulla) at Smiling Rhino Theatre, Joseph & The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Narrator) with St. Catherine's P.A.G., and Moon Over Buffalo (Rosalind), The Pirates of Penzance (Edith) at S.R.T.
NANCY McCLERNAN (author/ director/ producer) lives in New York City, where she has experienced all the stress, heartbreak and lawsuits that any playwright could ever wish for, but she thinks it's all worth it - usually. Her plays include Jane Eyre, Huck Finn, Tam Lin, and a slew of one-acts including the last show for the Where Eagles Dare Playlab Sodom and Gomorrah: The One-Man Show. She runs a writers group in Manhattan, NYCPlaywrights.
Tickets are $15 at SmartTix.