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Sinfully Rich

Directed by:
Todd Allen Durkin, Nolan Haims, Catherine Baker Steindler, Joseph Ward and Jeffrey C. Wolf

Ilene Bergelson, Annie Edgerton, William Green, Gavin Hoffman, Daniel Kaufman, Larissa Kiel, Cynthia Posillico, Kim Reed, Sarah Saltzberg, Matty D. Stuart, Jamie Watkins, Gregg Weiner and Marshall York

First performance Tuesday, March 18th, 2003
Opening Monday, March 24, 2003 at 7PM
Closes Saturday, April 5, 2003

Sunday - Tuesday at 7PM
(Added performances: Wednesday, March 19th at 7PM; Saturdays, March 29th and April 5th at 3PM)
March 23rd Special Pre-Oscar Performance at 6PM (with a free glass of cheap champagne!)

Running time: 90 minutes including intermission.

The Mint Space
311 West 43rd Street, 5th Floor
New York, NY

Tickets $15:
or call (212) 352-3101

Relationships are difficult for a job seeker with an irrepressible "thing," a theatre professor with an overactive clicker, a couple with two dysfunctional children, a New Jersey guy who has to compete for a girl with a prince from Mars, and four extremely attractive women who can't stop fantasizing about an irresistible playwright.

The five one-acts include Playwriting 101: The Rooftop Lesson, Matterhorn (previously produced in Los Angeles, Miami and Columbus), the world premiere of Just One of Those Things, plus the cosmic farce Mars Needs Women, But Not as Much as Arnold Schecter and the New York premiere of Four Extremely Attractive Women Sitting Around Fantasizing About Rich Orloff.

Rich Orloff (playwright) has been awarded the 2003 Dramatists Guild Playwriting Fellowship and won second place in the 2002 Kaufman and Hart Prize for New American Comedy. His plays have been produced around the country and include: Big Boys (InterPlay International Play Festival and Auricle Award); Companion Pieces (Pickering Award for Playwriting Excellence); Domestic Tranquility (Theatre Conspiracy New Play Contest); Love Happens (Playwrights First Award); Veronica's Position (Festival of Emerging American Theatre). Four of his short comedies have been published in the annual Best American Short Plays anthology series. His one-act comedy, The Whole Shebang, was televised on GM Playwrights Theatre on A&E.

The creative staff includes Scott Aronow (sets); Michael K. Berelson (lights) and Anthony Catanzaro and George Sheer (costumes).

Press Contact:
1501 Broadway Suite 1314A
New York, New York 10036
(212) 354-4660 Fax (212) 354-7588

Mission Statement

At Kaleidoscope, we believe that theatre exercises our humanity, it stretches our compassion, it feeds our wit, and it refines and marinates our wisdom. Theatre expands our personal experience, challenges our thinking, and reveals the true realities of our existence in small doses. Very small doses. It's really great if it can be funny too. We see ourselves as stealth educators in humanity, society and reality. Please humor us in this regard.

Our audience is a treasured part of our ensemble and we feel we owe you the very best that we can offer. We truly believe that great comedic plays can have a transforming power and our mission is, with laughter, to fling our audiences "into a kaleidoscope of new possibilities."