WRITTEN & PERFORMED BY EDGAR OLIVER
DIRECTED BY RANDY SHARP
MAY 8 – JUNE 7, 2014 Thursdays-Saturdays at 8pm Additional performances on MONDAY, MAY 12 at 8pm & WEDNESDAY, MAY 14 at 8PM NO PERFORMANCE ON SATURDAY, MAY 17
Adults $40 Seniors/Students $30 Reservations & Information 212.807.9300
As Edgar Oliver wanders through Prospect Park he guides his audience to hidden landscapes few have seen but he also reveals his innermost longings and regrets. In this most personal of Edgar’s monologues, he maps his deepest memories of childhood and experience. IN THE PARK is a journey of loss and hope, joy and sadness, along tangled paths to the fascinating place that is Edgar’s heart.
As a stage actor Edgar Oliver has performed in countless plays includingEdward II with Cliplight Theater; Marc Palmieri’s Carl the Second; Kestutis Nakas’ When Lithuania Ruled the World and numerous productions at Axis Theatre including A Glance at New York (Edinburgh Festival Fringe & NYC),Julius Caesar; USS Frankenstein and the Hospital series. His one-man showEast 10th Street has performed in Edinburgh (Fringe First Award), Charleston, SC (Spoleto Festival) and in New York City (Axis and PS122). Edgar performed his latest one-man show, Helen and Edgar (directed by Catherine Burns of The Moth), at Theatre 80 St. Marks, Dartmouth College, Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa, CA and most recently at the Public Theatre as part of the Under the Radar Festival. His film roles includeThat’s Beautiful Frank; Henry May Long (directed by Axis’ Randy Sharp) and Gentlemen Broncos (directed by Jared Hess). Edgar is also the host of the television show, Odd Folks Home, on The Science Channel.
Lighting Design by David Zeffren
Sound Design by Steve Fontaine
Original Music by Paul Carbonara
Stage Management by Regina Betancourt & Edward Terhune
Costume Design by Karl Ruckdeschel