from The Jacksina Company:
Fearless Moral Inventory introduces the general public to 64 characters all of whom are channeled through Mr. Blocker; the single man on stage ruining his health to deliver this comedy about a group of people, the citizenry of the play, who have been forced to take complete honest stock of their lives and the lives of those around them.
What is called for here is complete HONESTY. What is also called for here is complete COURAGE. As these people grapple with the truth about themselves try not to judge them too harshly; but rather fairly and with love. The laughter is free. Those on stage being challenged to tell the truth come from many and varied walks of life:
- The Very Right Reverend Doctor Raymond B. Smythe who loathes pervs.
- Anna Mae, the reluctant widow.
- Jon-Paul R. Georges, the ingrate son.
- The much too involved Mother on a mission to ruin a honeymoon.
- Joe Tennent, the murderous landlord.
- Sister Aloysius and Sister Theresa.
- Iona Winchester, the mad hatter.
- Franklin Ian Brown, a performer of sorts.
- Jackie Oh.
- Henrik, Jr., the clairvoyant cab driver.
- Carl Joe, the honorary Blood.
- Lois, Lottie’s best friend.
- And Sue-Sue Daniels, the addicted Everywoman from the deep South.
To name but a few
Helena Gleissner – Director
Kathy Kelly Christos – Fight Choreographer
Kenneth Allen – Technical Director/Sound Designer
Edward Morris – Set Designer
Mary Catherine Moore – Lighting Designer
Murray Scott Changar – Costume Designer
Copperhead Production – Sound Editing
Cheryl King Productions and E-MergingWriters.com, Producers
Blocker received a Drama Desk nomination for his solo performance in Southern Gothic Novel. The piece was recently published by CreateSpace, with a spoken word CD of it to be released on February 15. Blocker’s plays also include Eula Mae’s Beauty, Bait & Tackle, Patient Number, Kiss and Fade, and The Wisconsinners.
From Stage Left Studio: Box Office opens at 7 PM. Stage Left Studio is located at 438 W 37th Street 5A, NYC, just east of 37 Arts. Stage Left Studio is tucked away on the FIFTH FLOOR of this beautiful old industrial building. Please note that we DO NOT HAVE A MARQUEE. But you’ll recognize us by the white glass globe light fixtures. Simply buzz the button for Stage Left, listed in the building directory, and come up the elevator to the fifth floor and walk down the hall. Conveniently located between 9th and 10th Avenues, near the Port Authority and Penn Stations A, C or E line. Box office opens at 7 pm.