CHARLIE AND SHARON
Created by and Featuring Jen Danby* and Daniel Delano
Directed by Austin Pendleton
A fantastical tragical comical haunting in which Charles Manson and Sharon Tate meet after her murder at the hands of his followers. What would you do?
Tickets may also be purchased at the door.
The Bridge Theatre
244 W 54th St 12th Fl
New York NY
JEN DANBY (Sharon Tate) Stars as Sharon Tate in the just-released film for New Media, SHARON TATE IN HEAVEN SUPER 8, based on her play version. With Mud: Michelle Pfeiffer in CALIFORNIA GIRL: BEING MICHELLE PFEIFFER that debuted in March 2016 in Long Beach NY, Sharon Tate in SHARON TATE IN HEAVEN in New York, Lido Beach, and Los Angeles, Nina in SEAGULL69, Jane in VIEUX CARRÉ, Maggie in CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF, Marilyn Monroe in her original solo piece THE BLONDE BOMBSHELL PROJECT: MARILYN MONROE, Catharine in SUDDENLY, LAST SUMMER, Vivien in the solo piece VIVIEN LEIGH: THE LAST PRESS CONFERENCE, Helena in LUST, all under Austin Pendleton's direction; Blanche Dubois, A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE at Mud Actors Lab (dir. Mr. Pendleton) and The Cherry Pit (co-directors Brian Lady and Mr. Pendleton), Vivien in ORSON'S SHADOW (dir. Lauren Reinhard), and Blanche DuBois for a charity staged reading of A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE with Geoffrey Owens as Stanley Kowalski, directed by Peter Zinn, produced by Mississippi Mud as a fundraising event for the Martin Luther King Center in Long Beach NY. Select stage: HEDDA GABLER, VALPARAISO, THE RIMERS OF ELDRITCH (dir. Amy Wright, HB Studio). Film/TV/New Media: The Wooster Group "Dailies" as Paula in PAULA and BAD PICTURES opposite Jim Fletcher (GATZ), TRUE HOLLYWOOD SITTER, RUN #3, ALL MY CHILDREN, LOVE MONKEY. Directing credits: VIEUX CARRÉ (NYC, with Mud, in an AEA run), WHAT OF THE NIGHT? by Maria Irene Fornes, HB Studio, and MOONY'S KID DON'T CRY (Lido Beach). Founder & Artistic Director of Mississippi Mud and founder of This American Blonde Actress as actress, director, producer, teacher/acting coach. Ken Park Talent 212.566.8672 email@example.com. AEA, SAG-AFTRA.
DANIEL DELANO (Charles Manson) A scholarship graduate of the Stella Adler Conservatory, Daniel Delano has performed in dozens of leading and supporting off-off Broadway roles. At the 13th Street Rep he appeared in A Christmas Carol, KKK Recruiter, and Survival Skills and at the Workshop Theater he performed as Gail in Our Lady of 121st Street. His television appearances include principal roles on RedRum and I'd Kill For You. He is currently working on several short films and indie features: Girl on the Ledge, Wolf Tickets, and Grete and the Hatchling. Daniel will be seen on the television series The Mind of a Murderer as Scott King premiering through May- June of 2016 on the I.D. Discovery Network. He is very thankful and excited to be working alongside the gifted Jen Danby and directed by theater legend Austin Pendleton. Daniel would love to thank Jen and Mississppi Mud for this unique and once in a lifetime oppurtunity. Daniel Delano is represented by American Talent Management. All info can be found at www.danieldelano.net
AUSTIN PENDLETON (director) has directed SEAGULL69, CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF, VIEUX CARRÉ, SUDDENLY, LAST SUMMER, and A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE with Mississippi Mud, as well as THE BLONDE BOMBSHELL PROJECT: MARILYN MONROE a solo show world premiere written by and starring actress Jen Danby. Mr. Pendleton has worked as an actor with Mud in the roles of Dr. Dorn in SEAGULL69 and Dr. Sugar in SUDDENLY, LAST SUMMER. He acts and directs with Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago and has been a member of the Ensemble for many years. He has directed three Chekhov productions at Classic Stage Company: UNCLE VANYA, THREE SISTERS (for which he won an Obie), and IVANOV, featuring, between them, such actors as Maggie Gylenhall, Peter Sarsgaard, and Ethan Hawke, and is now directing HAMLET at CSC. He has acted in many movies including SHE'S FUNNY THAT WAY (2014) with Owen Wilson and directed by Peter Bogdanovitch, and in recurring roles on such TV series as HOMOCIDE and OZ, as well as on Broadway in, most recently, THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK, with Natalie Portman and Linda Lavin, in a script revised by Wendy Kesselman, in whose musical, THE BLACK MONK, he played the title role. He has written three plays: ORSON'S SHADOW, produced at Mud after its off-Broadway run which lasted the year of 2005, at the Barrow St. Theatre, directed by David Cromer; UNCLE BOB, which has been produced in NY, around the country and internationally; and BOOTH, which starred Frank Langella in its productions in New York, Williamstown Theatre Festival, and the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven; as well as the libretto for A MINISTER'S WIFE, music by Josh Schmidt and lyrics by Jan Tranen, commissioned and produced by Chicago's Writers' Theatre in 2009, and at Lincoln Center in 2011. All these works have been published. He directed Elizabeth Taylor on Broadway in Lillian Hellman's THE LITTLE FOXES. Most recent New York productions include THE LAST WILL (in which he also appeared), by Robert Brustein, at the Abingdon Theatre, BETWEEN RIVERSIDE AND CRAZY by Stephen Adly Guirgis at the Atlantic Theatre Company, and STRAIGHT WHITE MEN (as actor) written and directed by Jean Young Lee, at The Public Theatre. He teaches acting at HB Studio, in New York.
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The Bridge Theater, Shetler Studios (View)
244 West 54th, 12th Floor
New York, NY 10019
|Minimum Age: 15|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|