Death Row Legal Thriller Treat Yourself Like Cary Grant
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The last date listed for Treat Yourself Like Cary Grant was Sunday September 18, 2011 / 7:00pm.
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Oscar nominee Chazz Palminteri is a modern-day James Cagney, the tough guy with a sensitive soul. Now the star of Bullets Over Broadway, The Usual Suspects and A Bronx Tale returns to his roots in the Los Angeles theater scene, where he was first discovered by Robert De Niro. And just like De Niro first supported him decades ago, he is now championing (and starring in) the work of a brilliant, if unknown, playwright: Unorganized Crime by Kenny D'Aquila. In this gripping and savage story, Gino Sicuso, a forgotten brother and son, is banished to Detroit by his father. What transpires between two brothers and a conflicted but loyal woman is sometimes comedic, sometimes tragic, but always unforgettable. D'Aquila and Elizabeth Rodriguez co-star with Palminteri in this production directed by David Fofi. Learn More
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Featured review from Barbara FriedmanRed Velvet
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This play was very innovative and we all really enjoyed it. The actor were mostly very good especially Cary grant!
It needs a little smoothing out around the edges and perhaps a few cast changes. The father and wife were weak but the rest of the cast shined. I especially liked the heroine's transformation in her acting as well as in her part. I would definitely recommend it.
Written & Directed by Rick Pagano
Executive Producer Dave Fofi
Produced by Russell Boast
Treat Yourself Like Cary Grant is Rick Pagano’s tenth play, as writer and director. His company Pagano-Manwiller has cast more than seventy feature films, including Say Anything, Hotel Rwanda and Drugstore Cowboy. They also cast such TV hits as 24, Picket Fences and Chicago Hope, winning two Emmys.
Besides doing his own plays, he has cast shows on Broadway, and at the Lincoln Center and the Mark Taper Forum.
The Cast in Alphabetical Order
Stage Manager – Natalya Zernitskaya
Lighting Designer – Matt Richter
Set Design – Elephant Stageworks
Audio Visual Design – Jason Young
Dialect Coach – Bob Corff
Press Liaison – Sandra Kuker – PR4PLAYS
Marketing Design – Sam Hennings
Assistant to the Director – Cassidy Boyd
Assistant to the Producer – Denise Carole
Marketing Administrator – Lauren Montgomery