Stephen Brackett, Laura Ramadei, Jake Choi, Danelle Eliav, Max Jenkins, and Randall Newsome of “Carnival Kids”

Released Friday, 13th June 2014
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imageTimes is tough all over. If you listen to NPR regularly (as this radio nerd does), you’ve probably caught a story or two just in the past week about young adults living with their parents because of economic pressures.
In Lucas Kavner’s new play Carnival Kids, directed by Stephen Brackett, Mark is living with his dad Dale again; but, the situation is reversed, and it’s broke, former rockstar Dale who’s crashing Mark’s New York law-student bachelor pad. As Dale befriends Mark’s illegal-smartphone-app mogul roommate, and attempts to profit from courting a woman seeking a green-card marriage, Mark attempts to open up to an old friend from high school — and his porcelain-smooth existence begins to crack.
My description can’t do it justice, so don’t let my ham-fisted-ness scare you off — this is a really interesting play in a production that deserves your attention.
Listen in as Stephen and the wonderful cast of Laura Ramadei, Jake Choi, Danelle Eliav, Max Jenkins, and Randall Newsome discuss hiding, breaking expectations, when casting director suggestions go wonderfully right, casting yourself (graciously), and how to invite the audience into the intense, bizarrely-close moments of the play.
“…we’re just naked up here on this stark white, thin set…I feel like I’m working on my poker face, trying not to lose it…”

Lesser America presents
Carnival Kids
by Lucas Kavner
directed by Stephen Brackett
TBG Theatre
312 W. 36th Street
Manhattan
thru June 28, 2014
Thursdays thru Saturdays
add’l performances on Sunday, June 15 & Wednesday, June 18
all performances 8PM
tickets available via SmartTix imageimageimage image photos by Danny Ghitis

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