FEBRUARY 2010 REPERTORY
February 3 - 21, 2010
American Theatre of Actors’• Sargent
314 West 54th Street, 4th Floor
Exploring the current state of our
nation, The Seeing Place Theatre will present two new socially and
politically relevant plays this February at the American Theatre
of Actors, tackling two very hot-button topics: the economic recession
and the flawed American healthcare system. Produced by Colleen deVeer
and Joshua Rivedal, WHEN WE HAVE GONE ASTRAY and HOT CRIPPLE feature
Set Design by Managing Director Lillian Wright, Lighting Design by
David Sexton, Sound Design by Kim Fuhr, and are Stage Managed by
A wild ride complete with a stalker ambulance driver,
short term memory loss, a crazy judge, and a fashionista's guide
of what to wear to the welfare office, Hot
Cripple chronicles the true story of Hogan, a model turned
actress in NYC who hoping for a change in her life, got exactly that.
Unfortunately it came at 40 miles an hour as she was hit by a car
crossing the street. When the hospital found out Hogan was uninsured,
she embarked upon a life changing journey that echoes the story of
millions of Americans who slip through the cracks of our failing
healthcare system. Written by and starring Hogan Gorman, this one-woman
play (where she plays 25 different characters) is a compelling, comedic,
and truly thought-provoking theatrical experience.
Hot Cripple was
first performed as part of the 12th annual New York International
Fringe Festival where it garnered Hogan Gorman the 2008 FringeNYC
Overall Excellence Award for ‘Outstanding Actor’.
*AEA Member. Equity Approved Showcase.