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A roundtable discussion among members of The CRY HAVOC Company about the craft of acting, writing, and directing and the realities of being a working artist in New York City.

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A roundtable discussion among members of The CRY HAVOC Company about the craft of acting, writing, and directing and the realities of being a working artist in New York City.

    HAVOC for the Holidays 2018

    HAVOC for the Holidays 2018

    A special live holiday episode of the CRY HAVOC Podcast featuring selections from the 2018 collection of Very Short Holiday Plays, written and read by members of The CRY HAVOC Company and the CRY HAVOC Workshop.

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    The CRY HAVOC Company Annual Holiday Event
    Monday, December 17, 2018

    Still Trying by Katelin Wilcox
    inspired by the song “The Year 2525” as performed by Zager & Evans
    featuring the character Clara from her play Empty Handed

    Clara Jenny Kirlin
    Lucas Matt Cowart
    Stage Directions Jerzy Gwiazdowski


    It’s the Real Thing by Jennifer Reichert
    inspired by the song “1916” as performed by Motörhead
    featuring the character Madison from her play Just Julian

    Beth Katelin Wilcox
    Madison Erin Krebs
    Stage Directions Jenny Kirlin


    Isle of View by Jerzy Gwiazdowski
    inspired by the song “1953” as performed by The National Parks
    featuring the character Craig from his play All Over Me (How Does It Feel)

    Gloria Jennifer Curfman
    Anthony Chris Comfort
    Stage Directions Jerzy Gwiazdowski


    Endeavor by Cavan Hallman
    inspired by the song “2002” as performed by Anne-Marie
    featuring the character Liam from his play Night Launch

    Announcement John Brunner
    Kid Belle Stockdale
    Ally Melisa Breiner-Sanders
    Liam Jerzy Gwiazdowski
    Stage Directions Jenny Kirlin


    The Homing Pigeon by Jenny Kirlin & Kitt Lavoie
    inspired by the song “1980s Horror Film” as performed by Wallows
    featuring the characters Plume and Dovey from their screenplay Pigeons and Eve and Denny from their screenplay Squab’s First Christmas.

    Plume Jerzy Gwiazdowski
    Dovey Katelin Wilcox
    Eve Annalisa Chamberlin
    Denny Nicholas Chan
    Rudolph Jim Fagan
    Seamus Matt Cowart
    Shopping Man Mike Poyntz
    Gruff Man Gerry Tobin
    Camera Directions Kitt Lavoie


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    • 1 hr 7 min
    HAVOC for the Holidays 2017

    HAVOC for the Holidays 2017

    A special live holiday episode of the CRY HAVOC Podcast featuring selections from the 2017 collection of Very Short Holiday Plays, written and read by members of The CRY HAVOC Company and the CRY HAVOC Workshop.

    http://www.cryhavoccompany.org/gift

    The CRY HAVOC Company Annual Holiday Event
    Tuesday, December 12, 2017

    Humbug by Katelin Wilcox
    inspired by the song “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” as performed by The Rolling Stones
    (referenced in the play All Over Me (How Does It Feel) by Jerzy Gwiazdowski)
    featuring the character Susan from her play The Magic of Macy's

    Ben Matt Cowart
    Susan Jenny Kirlin
    Stage Directions Jerzy Gwiazdowski

    Before the Horse by Gerry Tobin
    inspired by the song “Paradise City” as performed by Guns N’ Roses
    (referenced in the play Freak Flag by Timothy Davis)
    featuring the characters Chrissy Ramirez and Beth Adler from his play Leave

    Beth Jen Curfman
    Chrissy Kerry Flanagan
    Stage Directions Jenny Kirlin

    The Thought That Counts by Jennifer Reichert
    inspired by the song “Baba O’Riley” as performed by The Who
    (referenced in the play Freak Flag by Timothy Davis)
    featuring the character Robert from her play Techs

    Bekah Jenny Kirlin
    Robert Will Rogers
    Stage Directions Jerzy Gwiazdowski

    Seven Fishes by Ali Keller
    inspired by the song “Blackbird” as performed by The Beatles
    (referenced the play Freak Flag by Timothy Davis)
    featuring the character Dom, Gia, and Nonna from her play Un Altro Errore
    Nella Famiglia

    Dom Jerzy Gwiazdowski
    Gia Clio Contogenis
    Nonna Melisa Breiner-Sanders
    Gabby Julia Bilbao
    Camera Directions Jenny Kirlin

    Fire and Ice by Julia Bilbao
    inspired by the song “Mama, I’m Coming Home” as performed by Ozzy Ozbourne
    (referenced in the screenplay Makes Three by Kitt Lavoie)
    featuring the characters Charles from her play Sanctuary and Sydney from
    Thirty-Four Weeks and Four Days by Kitt Lavoie

    Charles Jim Fagan
    Sydney Annalisa Chamberlin
    Stage Directions Jerzy Gwiazdowski

    Repeat Repeat by Jerzy Gwiazdowski
    inspired by the song “Joy to the World” as performed by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir
    (referenced in the screenplay Nest for the Holidays by Jenny Kirlin)
    featuring the characters Maureen and Gus from his play All Over Me (How Does It Feel?)

    Maureen Katlelin Wilcox
    Gus Will Clark
    Stage Directions Jenny Kirlin

    The Homing Pigeon by Jenny Kirlin & Kitt Lavoie
    inspired by the song “Danny Boy” as performed by Celtic Thunder
    (referenced in the play Danny Boy by Roseanna Zerambo)
    featuring the characters Plume, Dovey, Charlie, and Scruples from their screenplay Pigeons and Denny and Eve from their screenplay Squab’s First Christmas

    Denny Ali Keller
    Eve Jen Curfman
    Dovey Katelin Wilcox
    Plume Will Clark
    Charlie Chris Comfort
    Scruples Jerzy Gwiazdowski
    Bianca Annalisa Chamberlin
    Fiona Julia Bilbao
    Pierre Will Rogers
    Bones Matt Cowart
    Departing Pigeon Roseanna Zerambo
    Other Pigeon Jenan Jacobson
    Steve Ger

    • 1 hr 34 min
    HAVOC for the Holidays 2016

    HAVOC for the Holidays 2016

    A special live holiday episode of the CRY HAVOC Podcast featuring selections from the 2016 collection of Very Short Holiday Plays, written and read by members of The CRY HAVOC Company and the CRY HAVOC Workshop.

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    The CRY HAVOC Company Annual Holiday Event
    Monday, December 12, 2016

    02:39 Undercover Bizarre by Jerzy Gwiazdowski
    inspired by the song “How Bizarre” as performed by OMC
    featuring the characters Mick Jagger from his play All Over Me (How Does It Feel) and Val Kilmer from his play Michael Bay’s America: Part IV

    Mick Chris Comfort
    Val Will Rogers
    Stage Directions Jerzy Gwiazdowski


    13:18 Take Me or Leave Me by Will Rogers
    inspired by the song “If You Could Only See” as performed by Tonic
    featuring the character Kate from his play The Off-Broadway Murder Mystery

    Chris Jerzy Gwiazdowski
    Kate Roseanna Zerambo
    Stage Directions Jenny Kirlin


    24:39 Snow Ball by Jennifer Reichert
    inspired by the song “Foolish Games” as performed by Jewel
    featuring the character Madison from her play Just Julian

    Darla Julia Bilbao
    Tasha Ali Keller
    Madison Madeleine Lawson
    Stage Directions Jerzy Gwiazdowski


    38:56 Unresolved by Ali Keller
    inspired by the song “Semi-Charmed Life” as performed by Third Eye Blind
    featuring the characters Hank and Mia from her play Change of Heart

    Mia Annalisa Chamberlin
    Hank Will Rogers
    Stage Directions Jenny Kirlin


    53:12 Little One by Julia Bilbao
    inspired by the song “I’ll Be Missing You” as performed by Puff Daddy
    featuring the character Trevor from her play Anniephylaxis

    Leila Jenny Kirlin
    Trevor Will Clark
    Stage Directions Jerzy Gwiazdowski


    01:06:53 Empty Handed by Katelin Wilcox
    inspired by the song “Together Again” as performed by Janet Jackson
    featuring the character Joseph from her play Last Call

    Clara Jen Curfman
    Joseph Will Clark
    Stage Directions Jerzy Gwiazdowski


    01:19:54 Defense Mode by Phil Kenner
    inspired by the song “Criminal” as performed by Fiona Apple
    featuring the character Ava from the play Four Corners by Mariana Benjamin

    Luke Jerzy Gwiazdowski
    Ava Katelin Wilcox
    Stage Directions Jenny Kirlin


    01:31:08 That’s What Makes Him Santa by Jenny Kirlin & Kitt Lavoie
    inspired by the song “Bitter Sweet Symphony” as performed by The Verve featuring the characters Plume, Dovey, and Stan from their animated screenplay Plume and Denny and Eve from their animated screenplay Squabs’ First Christmas

    Plume Will Clark
    Stan Will Rogers
    Dovey Katelin Wilcox
    Eve Roseanna Zerambo
    Denny Ali Keller
    Santa Gerry Tobin
    Little Boy John Brunner
    Father Chris Comfort
    Toddler Addie Hayes
    Camera Directions Kitt Lavoie

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    to a friend or family member (or yourself!) and the gift recipient will receive one or both volumes of this year’s HAVOC for the Holidays collection – featuring the plays read tonight, plus new plays by

    Josh Bywater, Jennifer Curfman, Paul Edwards, Leah Filley, Cavan Hallman, Nathaniel Blake Johnson, Madeleine Lawson, Emily Claire Schmitt, Emily Rose Simons, Gerry Tobin, and Roseanna Zerambo!

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    • 1 hr 53 min
    HAVOC for the Holidays 2015

    HAVOC for the Holidays 2015

    A special live holiday episode of the CRY HAVOC Podcast featuring selections from the 2015 collection of Very Short Holiday Plays, written and read by members of The CRY HAVOC Company and the CRY HAVOC Workshop.

    http://www.cryhavoccompany.org/gift

    • 1 hr 58 min
    Lincoln Center Originals: The CRY HAVOC Company

    Lincoln Center Originals: The CRY HAVOC Company

    Live recording of Lincoln Center Originals: The CRY HAVOC Company, presented at the David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center on June 12, 2015. Featuring new plays by Jerzy Gwiazdowski, Jenny Kirlin, and Kitt Lavoie and the music of The Silver State.

    LINCOLN CENTER ORIGINALS: THE CRY HAVOC COMPANY
    Directed by Matt Cowart & Kitt Lavoie

    GRIEVOUS CIRCLE by Jerzy Gwiazdowski (starting at 04:30)
    Bennett - Eric T. Miller
    Jarvis - Allan K. Washington

    OUT OF TUNE by Jenny Kirlin (starting at 21:57)
    Charlie - Katelin Wilcox
    Louise - Alicia Goranson

    SABBATICAL by Kitt Lavoie (starting at 37:14)
    Marc - Will Clark
    Katelyn - Kerry Flanagan

    Post-show discussion moderated by Lincoln Center President Jed Bernstein (starting at 56:44)

    Featuring the music of special guest The Silver State

    Ensemble
    Bobby Allan, Brittany Belinski, Will Bethmann, Julia Bilbao, David Bowen, Michael Calciano, Lindsay Carter, Sean Drohan, Danielle Famble, Ann Flanigan, Lucy Fleming, Madeline Fox, Kristin Granade, Benton Guinness, Sarah Hassam, Addie Hays, Philip Kenner, David Michael Kirby, Andrew Manning, Victoria Narayan, Susan Neuffer, Erica Pappas, Kimberly Peterson, Vaylyn Peterson, Jake Phillips, Joe Sexton, Kharika Al Sinani, Azarria White

    Set Design - Travis McHale
    Lighting Design - Steven Royal
    Costume Consultant - Jennifer Raskopf
    Fight Director - Rod Kinter
    Props Master - Julia Bilbao

    Associate Directed by Jennifer Curfman & Jenny Kirlin

    Production Stage Managed by Timothy R. Semon

    • 1 hr 17 min
    HAVOC for the Holidays 2014

    HAVOC for the Holidays 2014

    A special live holiday episode of the CRY HAVOC Podcast featuring selections from the 2014 collection of Very Short Holiday Plays, written and read by members of The CRY HAVOC Company and the CRY HAVOC Workshop.

    http://www.cryhavoccompany.org/gift

    • 1 hr 52 min

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