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Glory Us – Madeline stares down tragedy through glory holes Dec 4 – 13th

Glory Us, a Rabble Crew Production
an original play by Madeline Farrington, Directed by Emily Canavan, December 4 – 13, 2015

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Madeline stares down tragedy through glory holes. Tickets – gloryus.brownpapertickets.com

Glory Us, a Rabble Crew Production

Featuring:

Madeline Farrington, Harvey Fitz, Susan Gross, Mitch Irzinski, Cristen Stephansky

Where:

The Fridge DC
516 8th Street SE, in the alley between 8th and 9th Streets
From Eastern Market Metro, walk 1.5 blocks southeast on Pennsylvania Ave toward 8th St., turn right on 9th St. Walk 1.5 blocks. Turn right into alley. On the right.

When:

Friday, 12/4, Doors: 7:30, Performance: 8:00 – 9:00 PWYC at the door
Sunday, 12/6, Doors: 7:30, Performance: 8:00 – 9:00
Thursday, 12/10, Doors: 7:30, Performance: 8:00 – 9:00
Friday, 12/11, Doors: 7:30, Performance: 8:00 – 9:00
Saturday, 12/12, Doors: 7:30, Performance: 8:00 – 9:00
Sunday, 12/13, Doors: 2:30, Performance: 3:00 – 4:00
Sunday, 12/13, Doors: 7:30, Performance: 8:00 – 9:00

Tickets – gloryus.brownpapertickets.com

About Glory Us
Madeline is unhappy with the play she’s writing (Glory Us) that is her life. She tries to edit as she goes with help from her shady grandma, two odd actors, guys from Tinder, and an in-depth exploration of glory holes.

This is the perfect date night/hook-up show. It’s off the wall fun; even the tender moments will have you laughing. Our diverse cast, ranging from ages 24-66 will steer you through one tongue-in-cheek intimate encounter after the next and leave you (or at least us) spent and lying on the floor.

About Rabble Crew Productions
Rabble Crew Productions was founded in the wake of Occupy DC’s eviction from McPherson Square, when Kelly Canavan worked with other Occupyers to produce her first show, McPherson Madness in the 2013 Capital Fringe Festival. Rabble Crew’s subsequently produced Writing Miss Clark’s Resume in the 2014 Fringe and Woman Up in the NY Midtown International Theater Festival and OpenStage DC. The company only produces shows in accessible venues. They are dedicated to presenting original works starring local actors from diverse backgrounds and age groups.

Bios

Emily Canavan (Director) has been with Rabble Crew from the start, having acted in McPherson Madness and Woman Up, and directed Writing Miss Clark’s Resume. She has directed several shows for Thunderous Productions’ One Act Festivals, and been on stage with King’s Players, Thunderous Productions, DC Women’s Theatre Group, Selah City Urban Theater, and Rabble Crew.

Madeline Farrington (as herself) is usually napping, brooding, or Tinder-ing when she’s not frantically working on Glory Us rewrites. She spent a lot of time on stage as a child and teenager, but has only recently returned to the theater.

Harvey Fitz (Matt) is an Alexandria native and a graduate of Virginia State University with a BA in Mass Communications: Radio & Television Production. Harvey has been writing and performing spoken word poetry for 10 years and has been acting ever since early childhood. He can be followed on all social media platforms via @SirHarveyFitz

Susan Gross (Ellen) is a grandmother of six, recently returned to acting after a 50 year hiatus. She is a student at the Studio Theater Acting Conservatory. This is the second play she has performed in.

Mitch Irzinski (Narrator) has been acting professionally in the Washington DC area on both the stage and screen for nearly 10 years, with such theater companies as King’s Players, Georgetown Theater Company, Synetic Family Theater, Zemfria Stage, Firebelly Productions, and many more.

Cristen Stephansky (Seersha) is a local actor and graduate of the National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts. She also enjoys writing short plays and films.


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