The Dramatic Question Theatre: 2009-10 Season

CODA (FOR FREDDIE BLUE)

A brilliant young Latino/jazz musician (Ram Thornton) is declared brain dead – the direct result of a cop’s bullet fired during a tragic altercation with an envious boyhood friend (Freddie Blue), a recently released ex-con, who flees the scene unidentified.

  • Written by Fred Crecca
  • Directed by Rick Mowat 
  • June 10th - 13th, 2010
  • Produced in conjunction with the Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre

Performed by Michael McGuirk*; Robert McKay*; Talia Morrero; Geisha Otero*; Alexis Suarez; and Gabriel Sloyer.

 

FIREHOUSE

A fireman’s loyalties are tested when a questionable rescue in a fire kills a young girl and ignites a war with the firehouse and an outraged community.

  • Written by Pedro Garcia
  • Directed by Mark Bloom 
  • June 3rd - 6th, 2010
  • Produced in conjunction with the Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre

Performed by Roberto Bruzio; Phil Eichinger*; Ana Grosse; Robert Maisonette; Clifford Rivera*; Jason Szamreta*; and Bill Weeden*.

 

THE BALLAD OF HIM AND HER

Forbidden love. A Manhattan cemetery. A suicide pact. Fate intervenes with the help of the ghosts of Frank Sinatra, Louisa May Alcott, Sammy Davis Jr., a Boriqueneer…a night of comedy, song, dance and life.

  • Written by the Founding Members
  • Directed by Rick Mowat
  • November 7th, 2009 at the Theatre for the New City

Performed by Daphne Lopez, Jose A. Rivera, Robert McKay*, Monica Novak*, Eric Goss, Alexis Suarez*, Tamiyka Porter, Lewis Williams*, and Marty Grabstein.

 

WORD MENAGERIE: AN EVENING OF MONOLOGUES

Twelve short works.

  • Written by the Founding Members
  • Directed by Mark Bloom and Modesto Lacen
  • July 11, 2009 at Theatre for the New City

Performed by Jean-Marc Berne, Matt Cardenes, Danielle Famble, Letty Ferrer, Edna Lee Figueroa, Angel Garcia, Modesto Lacen, Daphne Lopez, Maria Olivares, Frank Robles, Alexs Shaklin, Douglas Taurel, and Kisa Willis.