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Over 150 folks joined The Wild Root Company on Monday January 6, 2014 at Playwrights Horizons for an exclusive one-night-only world premiere benefit reading of GLORIA, Daniel Mitura's roaring new screenplay adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's masterpiece The Beautiful and Damned, directed by two-time Drama Desk Award nominee Ed Sylvanus Iskandar and starring Tony Award® winner and Broadway Legend Dick Latessa, Tony Award® nominee Zach Grenier and Genevieve Angelson.
100% of all profits raised from this event were donated to the Ali Forney Center for Homeless LGBTQ Youth.
EXPERIENCE BOLD NEW WORKS
JULIE HALSTON & PATRICK KERR STAR IN READINGS OF JONATHAN KRAVETZ'S "SEXY AND ERUDITE FARCE," DIRECTED BY JESSI D. HILL Click here for more
THE BEAST IN MY PANTS
A NEW COMEDY BY JONATHAN KRAVETZ
The Wild Root Company is a fiscally sponsored project of Fractured Atlas.
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DIRECTED BY JESSI D. HILL
A WILD ROOT WORLD PREMIERE
Claybourne Elder & Sean Hudock in ROOM AT THE END OF THE HALL. Photo: Lloyd Mulvey
Jay Leibowitz, Jenniffer Diaz ,Patrick Kerr, Chris Dinolfo, Elaine Stenson, and Julie Halston in THE BEAST IN MY PANTS.
Audiences have raved and now, following several successful workshops and industry readings of rising playwright Jonathan Kravetz's infectious new comedy about the romantic travails of six outrageous characters on a quest to tame The Beast that rules us all, The Beast in My Pants will make its triumphant world premiere on stage in New York City in 2015, presented by The Wild Root Company and directed by Jessi D. Hill.
With a simple, secure and tax-deductible contribution to our Indiegogo fundraising campaign, you'll instantly join our award-winning team in bringing an outstanding production of this affecting, brand new, one-of-a kind comedy to New York in 2015, you'll championing one of New York's brightest storytellers and you'll play a valuable role in shaping the future of our cultural landscape.
Playwright Jonathan Kravetz