by Marshall Fine
Directed by Jack Frederick
Cast: Leah Henoch, Sanford Wilson
MARSHALL FINE, an Ossining resident, is film/TV critic for Star magazine and Huffington Post, as well as his own website, Hollywood & Fine (www.hollywoodandfine.com). He is a contributing editor for Cigar Aficionado magazine and host/producer of the Thalia Film Club at Symphony Space in Manhattan and the Emelin Film Club at the Emelin Theater in Mamaroneck, N.Y. He is a member and three-time chairman of the New York Film Critics Circle. He is the author of three biographies, the most recent of which is “ Accidental Genius: How John Cassavetes Invented the American Independent Film.” His feature-length documentary about film critic Rex Reed, Do You Sleep in the Nude?, screened at the 2007 Hamptons International Film Festival and the 2008 South By Southwest Festival. His play, “ Dinner Out,” was a finalist in the Aery Theater Company’ s 4th annual “ 20/20 One-Act Competition.” Staged readings of his work at Blueberry Pond Theater include “ Watching Andy’ s Movie,” “ Boss Talk,” “ Dessert” and “ Grandma’ s House.” He is a member of Blueberry Pond Theater and Westchester Collaborative Theater playwrights’ labs.
JACK FREDERICK is a resident writer/ director in the St. Fortune Collective and he is very excited to be working with State of Play. His more recent productions include Bash: The Latter Day Plays by Neil LaBute, The Bear and The Dangers of Tobacco by Anton Chekhov, and several of his own plays. He is half of the indie-electro duo Hook Moon and runs the aggregator website The Speaking Elk (www.speakingelk.com). He is also directing a short play in the ‘Duct Tape And A Dream’ Festival run by Roots and Wings Theater which runs from May 27-29 in the Bridge Theater at Shetler Studios. For more information visit www.rawtheatrical.org or www.stfortuneproductions.com.