Archive for Sean Behrens

What Is Your Opinion On Spontaneous Human Combustion?

Posted in Productions with tags , , , , , on December 18, 2012 by coffeeblackproductions

Coffee Black Productions presents:
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What Is Your Opinion On Spontaneous Human Combustion?
by Sean Behrens

directed by Sarah Anne Simmons

Starring:
Sarah Goosmann, Olivia Harding, Siri Hellerman & Sara Hymes

6pm Saturday
January 19, 2013
Bar 82
136 Second Avenue
Manhattan

An absurd one-act play about finding employment.

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Style & Sects: the third annual No Doze Festival

Posted in Productions with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 17, 2012 by coffeeblackproductions

Coffee Black Productions presents:

STYLE & SECTS
the third annual no-doze festival
Hosted by Sarah Anne Simmons

The Charm’s Wound Up
by Heather J. Violanti
directed by Ensemble
Starring: Meghan Blakeman, Brooke Haney,
Chelsea Lando, Danielle Ma,
Jenny Paul & Cavanaugh Studyvin
(Style: Shakespearean/Sect: Voodoo)

Mud of the Past
by Sean Behrens
directed by Haleh Stilwell
Starring: Daniela Hart & Gabriel Sickel
(Style: Naturalism/Sect: Rastafari)

misspelled
by Kelsey Arlen
directed by Meg Grujon
Starring: Dylan Combs, Heidi Hackney,
Stephon Pettway & Heather Schroeder
(Style: Farce/Sect: Wicca)

The Bridge of Judgement
by Justin Santory
directed by Yadeedya Mellman
Starring: Erika Creagh, Hannah Daisy, Mike Greco,
Artem Kreimer & Jill Wurzburg
(Style: Brechtian/Sect: Zoroastrianism)

Welcome to Jesus Juice
by Mila Golubov
directed by Rebecca Lewis-Whitson
Starring: Adam Leong, Hank Lin & Laura Michelle
(Style: Absurdism/Sect: Jehovah’s Witness)

The Tragedy of Erechtheus the King
by Maximillian Gill
directed by Alexandra Keegan
Starring: Kelsey Foltz, Katie Lynn Hardt,
Andrea Martz & Christopher Timson
(Style: Ancient Greek/Sect: Agnosticism)

6pm Saturday
July 21, 2012
Bar 82
136 2nd Avenue, New York, NY

 Seven religious sects. Seven theatrical forms. Seven one-acts. Join CBP as we end our third season with STYLE & SECTS, the culminating event in our caffeinated, manic weekend of theatre!

Intellectual Property

Posted in Productions with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 17, 2012 by coffeeblackproductions

Coffee Black Productions and Playlab NYC presents:

Intellectual Property
An evening of theatrical mash-ups, fan-fiction, and parody.
Hosted by Sarah Anne Simmons

McRib McFlurry
by Mike Poblete
Directed by Sarah Anne Simmons
Starring: Dylan Digel & James McDowell

Waiting for Frodot
by Ted Wenskus
Directed by John Pieza
Starring: Kelsey Arlen, Megan Hildebrand, Seth Koproski,
Hank Lin & J.J. Mehren

Three Stooges of Verona
by Dan Fiorella
Directed by Sarah Anne Simmons
Starring: Sean Behrens, Alex Carmine, Dylan Digel, Julie Drummond,
Meg Grujon & James McDowell

The Twilight Games
by Carrie Boehm
Directed by Kevin P. Hale
Starring: Kelsey Arlen & Megan Hildebrand

Driving Mrs. Bates
by Harshman Grevelis
Directed by Kevin P. Hale
Starring: Seth Koprowski  & Equiano Mosieri

Übermensch
by Diana C. Bedoya
Directed by John Pieza
Starring: Megan Hildebrand & Adam Leong

The Time Pauser
by William Ponder
Directed by Kevin P. Hale
Starring: Kelsey Arlen, Hank Lin , J.J. Mehren & Equiano Mosieri

You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brecht
by Ethan Kanfer
Directed by Sarah Anne Simmons
Starring: Sean Behrens, Alex Carmine, Dylan Digel, Julie Drummond,
Meg Grujon, James McDowell & Matt Walsh

6pm Saturday
May 19, 2012
Bar 82
136 2nd Avenue, New York, NY

Join us for an evening of theatrical mash-ups, fan-fiction, and parody with Morgan Freeman, Superman, Calvin & Hobbes, Bella, Katniss….

Butchering the Bard

Posted in Productions, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on December 31, 2011 by coffeeblackproductions

Coffee Black Productions presents:

BUTCHERING THE BARD
commissioned by Coffee Black Productions

Pumpkin Goat Milk
by Sean Behrens
directed by Sarah Simmons
Starring:
Katie Bland, Maggie D’Ambrose,
Bethany McNamara and Samantha Schecter

Undone
by Carrie Boehm
directed by Michael Bloom
Starring:
Dylan Digel and JF Garcia

A Midsummer Night’s Tempest
by Butch D’Ambrosio
directed by Kevin P. Hale
Starring:
Hank Lin and J.J. von Mehren

6pm Saturday
January 28, 2012
Bar 82
136 Second Avenue
Manhattan

Three Playwrights, Six Stories, One Timeless Playwright. Three One-Act plays inspired by the works of Shakespeare. Legendary Shakespearean characters collide in one night of theater.

Form & Fantasy: the second annual No Doze Festival

Posted in Productions, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 20, 2011 by coffeeblackproductions

Coffee Black Productions presents:

Form & Fantasy
the second annual
no-doze festival

Hosted by Topher Cusumano

Gumdrop Attorneys by Mike Poblete
directed by Sarah Anne Simmons
Starring: Brandaun Allen, Aaron Ballard & Katharine Bland
(Form: Farce/Fantasy: The Frog Prince)

What Sarah Made. by Ashley Kuske
directed by Brandon Ivie
Starring: Anna Lauren, Andrea Lea Martz, Kodi Milde & David Meyers
(Form: Naturalism/Fantasy: Thumbelina)

What is Your Opinion on Spontaneous Human Combustion? by Sean Behrens
directed by Marcus Yi
Starring: Trine Boode-Petersen, Beth Clausen & Gwyneth Jones
(Form: Absurdism/Fantasy: The Big Bad Wolf)

Hot Shot by Ashley Denise Robinson
directed by Heather Lanza
Starring: David Neal & Jules Odessa
(Form: Melodrama/Fantasy: Goldilocks)

Thekla With Child: A poetic Greek tragedy by Topher Cusumano
directed by Katherine Schroeder
Starring: Tanner Agron, Giana DeGeiso & J.J. von Mehren
(Form: Ancient Greek Theatre/Fantasy: Hansel & Gretel)

The Rapunzel Chalk Circle Penny Opera (In The Jungle of Cities):
A Brechtian Fairy Tale/Lehrstücke
by Heather J. Violanti
directed by Barbara Harrison
Starring: Lizzie Porcari, Jackie Rivera, Julia Sherman, Gabrielle Van Horn & Dina Vovsi
(Form: Brechtian Theatre/Fantasy: Rapunzel)

4pm June 26
Bar 82
136 2nd Avenue, New York, NY

…Six fairytales. Six styles. Six one-acts. Join CBP as we end our second season with FORM & FANTASY, the culminating event in our caffeinated, manic weekend of theatre!