Four ‘Mos Productions
Four ‘Mos Productions will present PROVIDENCE, by David A. Gill, for a limited run, October 9 – 26, at Roy Arias Stage IV. Gill’s first full-length play, PROVIDENCE was produced at Transient Theater in Chicago & has since gone through a series of workshops before this New York premiere. Directed by Tom Wallace, the show has Set, Light & Sound Design by Charles Kirby & Costume Design by Jonathan Michaud. Kristen Alberda serves as Stage Manager.
Stranded in the Providence, Rhode Island bus station by a benevolent act of sabotage, a group of misfit travelers find themselves in the wrong place at the right time. Through their confrontations, secrets are revealed, discoveries made & destinations altered forever. PROVIDENCE takes a compassionate, yet wildly funny look at love, guilt, betrayal, nonsense & finding your nature, teaching us that salvation isn’t a place you can arrive at by bus.
Featured in the cast of this AEA Showcase Production are Nick Adamson, Nic0 Meyer Allen, Joel T. Bauer*, Carla Briscoe*, Todd Butera*, Richard Lear*, Geri-Nikole Love & Michelangelo Milano*.
DAVID A. GILL (Playwright) is also the author of California (one act) & has just completed his second full length play, Experimenting with Katz, currently being submitted to various play festivals & theatre companies. He is also the co-author of two television pilots with Tony Nation, both of which are being represented by Bohemia Group. As an actor, he was last seen on the Gray Wig stage at Hofstra University as Bobby in Company & as Will Parker in Oklahoma! He originated the title role in the Chicago production of Jeffrey (Transient Theater), as well as Arthur in Love, Valour, Compassion (Victory Gardens) & can be heard on the original cast recording of Fairy Tales by Eric Lane Barnes.
TOM WALLACE (Director) has directed over 50 plays & musicals in the tri-state area, including Blithe Spirit, The Oldest Profession, Regrets Only, Separate Beds & Auntie Mame, to name a few. Tom has also directed 7 productions for The Concert Series at Hofstra University & and for the past 15 years, has been the director of The Rep Company, which is the honors theatre program at The Usdan Center for the Creative & Performing Arts. He directed Tess, the Musical for the York Theater Company’s staged reading series.
OPENS: October 9-26, 2014 ~ Thursday – Saturday 8PM, Sunday 2PM
THEATRE: Roy Arias Stage IV ~ 300 West 43rd Street
RESERVATIONS: (646-637-2709) or http://www.providencetheplay.com