CAMEL BY CHARLY CLIVE
Camel is a dark comedy about lost love, definite loss and marijuana.In a small town in suburban America, a town in Virginia, a town with no quarry, Gus Steinem is experiencing loss for the first time. It's been a week since his long estranged high school love, Louie was found dead and even though he hasn't seen her for years, suddenly she's everywhere.
Adults $25, Students $20
SHOWTIMES & BOOK
Thu Apr 13, 2017 | 7:30PM (BOOK)
Fri Apr 14, 2017 | 7:30PM (BOOK)
Sat Apr 15, 2017 | 2:00PM (BOOK)
Sat Apr 15, 2017 | 7:30PM (BOOK)
Sun Apr 16, 2017 | 7:30PM (BOOK)
Mon Apr 17, 2017 | 8:30PM (BOOK)
Thu Apr 20, 2017 | 7:30PM (BOOK)
Sun Apr 23, 2017 | 7:30PM (BOOK)
Under St Marks Theatre, 94 St Marks Pl, New York, NY 10009
MICHAEL BRADSHAW FLYNN
Michael is a founder and the producing artistic director for The Scranton Shakespeare Festival, an official 501(c) 3, not for profit theatre that offers professional theatre free of charge to the public.
When he is not working in Scranton, Michael can be found associate directing for Broadway legend Jack O’ Brien on projects like the starry, Broadway satire, 'It’s Only A Play' and the upcoming 'The Front Page' revival, produced by Scott Rudin. Michael has also assisted Broadway and Television Director, Scott Ellis in his new play 'DADA WOOF PAPA HOT' and alongside Broadway and Hollywood writer Douglas Carter Beane.
Michael also spends his time directing at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, “the oldest acting school in the English speaking world”.
Charly is an English/American playwright who has lived in New York for the last four years. During her time there she has been fortunate enough to have her US writing debut with the play 'On Prosperity' as well as work as Associate Playwright on Douglas Carter-Beane's 'Shows For Days' at The Lincoln Center. Winner of the Breaking Ground award for new writing at the Origin Theatre Company for her comedy 'Safety Dance', Charly also co-wrote the sketch show 'What's Your Fracking Problem?' which premiered in Brooklyn, New York and was a benefit in aid of The Pituitary Foundation. Most recently, Charly was the co-writer of the award winning, sell out show 'Britney' at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival, London VAULTS festival.
ANTHONY SEVERANCE (Gus)
Anthony grew up playing pretend in the backwoods of rural Maine, always enthralled by the arts. He first left to study cinema at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, where he was awarded the Garlock Scholarship, and then improvisation at The Upright Citizen's Brigade and The Second City; later performing throughout Maine with the state's first long form improv group. Afterwards, Anthony attended The American Academy of Dramatic Arts where he was a member of the 2014-2015 Academy Company. Since graduation from AADA, Anthony has appeared in numerous network TV shows and feature motion pictures such as "Man with Beard". He is beyond thrilled to finally be returning to the stage in 'Camel'.
KAREN JOHAL (Ezme)
Born and raised in Birmingham, England, Karen is a recent graduate of The American Academy of Dramatic Arts and is a former member of the New York Academy Company 2017. Most notably Karen played the role of "Eurydice" in Moira Buffini's 'Welcome to Thebes' as well as originating the role of "Nasim" in 'Me and the Girls: A Noël Coward Musical' directed by Douglas Carter Beane. Karen is very excited to be playing "Ezme" and would like to acknowledge the entire team for allowing her to be apart of Camel.
JILLIAN GEURTS (Louie)
Jillian Geurts began her theatre career in Australia working with the award-winning Zen Zen Zo Physical Theatre and touring internationally as a company member. She moved to NYC in 2012 to study at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Recent theatre credits include The Collector (59E59), The First Man, Wrecks (Underling Productions) and Robin Hood: The Musical (directed by Tony-nominee Douglas Carter Beane). In 2017, Jillian will collaborate for a second time with indie film director David Williams in 'The Geometries of Desire' and will lead indie feature 'Trailer Park Princess'. Film & TV Credits: Abnormal Attraction (with Malcolm McDowell), The Mind of a Murderer (Investigation Discovery).
JOEL BRADY (Eddy)
Joel has been working in TV and film for the past few years and is happy to be back on stage. His most recent role on stage was the portrayal of Bobbie in 'North of Providence' by Edward Allen Baker at The Workshop Theater. And before that he was in the premiere of 'Dead Dogs of Ohio' at the Manhattan Repertory. Joel's most recent role on TV was the portrayal of Edmund 'Bunny' Wilson in the Amazon show 'Z...The Beginning of Everything'. Other past TV and Film credits include: Boardwalk Empire, Law&Order:SVU, Blue Bloods, Men in Black III and The Judge.