New York, NY, October 08, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Nylon Fusion Theatre Company announces the artists for their quarterly short play festival “This Round’s On Us” on October 19-20, featuring ten new plays in two sets by guest writers and a new play by the evening’s emcee, LAByrinth Theater Company's Craig muMs Grant.
Plays by Alex Dremann, Joseph Samuel Wright, Grant MacDermott, Matt Crowley, David Meyers, Abby Rosebrock, Laurie Allen, James McLindon, Mike Meadors and Craig muMs Grant.
Direction by Laura Pruden, Joan Kane, Christopher Randolph, Malachy Silva & Greg Kanyicska, Ivette Dumeng, Janet Bentley, Crystal Edn, Lori Kee
Performances by Mike Roche, Amber Bogdewiecz, Pooya Mohseni, Crystal Edn, Russell Jordan, Ernestine Brower, Lily DePaula, Daniel Deutsch, Alex C. Ferrill, Anthony Aibel, Francis Shanley, David Potters, Bianca Nejat and Al Nazemian, Mariel Matero Donelly, Lori Kee, Christina Toth, Eric Rice, Andy Evan Cohen, Tommy Buck, Michael Karp, Margo Goodman, Jacob Troy, Randall Rodriguez, Deborah Rayne, Janet Bentley, Nora Gustuson, Joshua Hinck, Bear, Kara Young and Allison Faye Zajac-Batell.
Lighting design by Gilbert Lucky Pearto and sound design by Andy Evan Cohen and stage management by DaVonne Onassis Bacchus. All artists appearing courtesy of Theatre Authority.
Craig Grant, a.k.a. muMs, is an actor, poet and playwright best known for his role in the HBO prison Drama Oz as the character ‘Poet’. His performances have led to roles in movies and T.V. such as "Dark Water", "Everyday People", Chapelle Show, CBS's Hack, "Bamboozled", Law And Order", "Boston Legal" and "Cold Case".
muMs’ plays "Paradox of The Urban Cliché" and "Sucker Emcee" - which The New York Times called “Jean-Jacques Rousseau set to a hip-hop beat” - have been produced by the Labyrinth Theater Company, where muMs has been a member since 2006.
Nylon Fusion is a company of writers, actors and directors committed to developing and producing original plays that explore political, social and cultural awareness.
The Gloria Maddox Theatre 151 West 26th 7th Floor New York, NY 10001.
The closest subways is the 28th Street Station: 1 and 34th Street Station: 1, 2, 3, A, C.
Tickets at the door: $20.00
Advance Tickets: www.brownpapertickets.com/event/534600
Sunday, October 19 at 7pm, Sunday, October 19 at 9pm, Monday, October 20 at 7pm, Monday October 12 at 9pm
Contact: Ivette Dumeng
Phone Number: 347-524-0514