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The Man Under

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Overview

Produced by:
Athena Theatre
Dates:
January 25 - February 17, 2013
Run Time:
0 Hour, 0 Minute
Theater:
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Show Info

By: Paul Bomba
Directed by: Benjamin Kamine
With: Paul Bomba, Curran Connor, Veronique Ory, and Briana Pozner

A chance encounter on the edge of a subway platform awakens three best friends to the possibilities of love. Chasing an enigmatic woman through the underground labyrinth of New York City's subway tunnels, a grieving Jeff finds comfort in the exhilaration of dodging the third rail. Meanwhile, Martin and Jennifer explore their own electricity - through their shared obsession with the Yankees. 

This urban love story, filled with late arrivals and missed connections, examines everyday characters in extraordinary circumstances. Are they willing to travel to the end of the line for love?

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Producing Company

Athena Theatre Company

The Athena Theatre Company is dedicated to developing and producing contemporary, off-beat and irreverent psychological dramas and dark comedies that challenge traditional stereotypes. We strive for theatre that entertains, informs, enlightens, questions and deepens audience awareness to vital modern issues. We endeavor to actively and responsibly invest in new voices for the stage by nurturing writers and promoting original works; especially in regards to gender, politics, race and religion. We aim to become an important and necessary force in both our community and our country. The Athena Theatre Company has productions in both New York and Los Angeles and is a 501(c)(3) Organization.
 


Reviews

"Captures essential truths - shifts between sweet romance and 'Vertigo'-like mystery!" - New York Post

"Interesting, unusual and beautifully evoked!" - nytheatre.com

"Compelling characters! Terrific and exhilarating!" - www.womanaroundtown.com

"A nimble cast of four - compelling!" - Lighting and Sound America