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Thursday, June 13, 2013 through Friday, June 28, 2013

Politics behind a struggling dance class.

Length: 1 hr 00 mins
Intermission: Yes
Seating: General Admission
You choose your seats when you get to the theater.

“A very funny and innovative play”
Mario Fratti, Tony Award winner, ‘Nine’

Written by Simcha Borenstein

Directed by Noemi de la Puente

Carlo Fiorletta
Janet S. Kim

In a fight between Art and reality, the true and the fake, guess what wins? In Bogosity, bad things happen to good plans and nobody escapes.

In this fast-paced, intense play. Kaplan, a dedicated dance instructor and his idealistic assistant Melissa, are preparing to cast their segment of the school pageant, and next year’s funding depends on its success. Kaplan’s work is daringly experimental, but has little support from the school Board. He can cast a solo dancer whose style is accessible and pleasing, or risk going with someone who truly represents the new work. Kaplan’s ideals, and job, are on the line.

Carlo Fiorletta (Kaplan) film credits include "Surviving Family", "Motion Picture Martyr", "Days of the Commune", "Available, " and “I Said Light. ”Also helped cast and produce several. Theater credits include Suzan-Lori Parks' Electrocutioner's Daughter and Mario Fratti's Iraq Blindness. Dance: Abby Bender and Carolina Fonseca. President of GIAA.

Janet S. Kim (Melissa) is an actor/writer/director in New York City.  She most recently completed her second film Monkey.  Stage credits include: Right on Target, Deelmayker, The Seed, U-hauls, How I Learned to Drive, Its Our Town Too, Shape of Things, As You Like it, and Three Sisters. She also appeared in MTV / Shot Circuits' Horny Doctors sketch.   Other film credits include Shadow (writer / director), West 32nd, Auntie Mayhem.

Simcha Borenstein (Playwright) Other plays include The Guilty, Tammy, The Date and Eccstaticies and the Bicoastal Disorder. He directed the first New York revivals of David Mamet’s The Old Neighborhood and David Rabe’s Those the River Keeps. He recently worked on the MediaBlvd web series “Acts Of Love” as a writer, director and actor. Over a dozen of his plays have been produced in New York and regionally.

Noemi de la Puente (Director) is a founding member of the Dramatic Question Theatre (thedqt.org), where she began directing play readings during the Fresh Face series. She directed a screenplay reading of No Options by Mara Lesseman, readings of Bogosity, by Simcha Borenstein, Iraq/Blindness by Mario Fratti, Right on Target by Gary Moregenstein, and Hooked by Danielle Burby. She graduated to directing a full production with the political comedy Right on Target at the NYC International Fringe Festival (2012), at the Cherry Lane Theatre, and assistant directing Deceit at the Theatre for the New City, with Oneheart Director Andreas Robertz (awesome experience!). She received her MFA in Theatre Arts from the University of Iowa (Patricia Roberts Harris Scholarship). She is a member of the Dramatists Guild.

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