SEPTEMBER 2009


Oedipus The King Logo


by Sophocles
directed by Stan Barber


Oedipus The King

Set in ancient Greece, Oedipus, the ill-fated King of Thebes, unknowingly
murders his father, marries his mother, and in one of the most provocative
tragedies of all time, insists the horrific truth be revealed, even at the
price of his own destruction.


with
JORDON FELTNER
as Oedipus

CYNTHIA ENFIELD
as Jocasta

DANIEL KISALA
as Creon

OWEN KAVANAGH
as Priest and Old Shepherd

RUSTY COOK
as Corinthian Messenger

GEORGE STULTS
as Teiresias

STEPHANIE JONES
as Ismene and Citizen

AMANDA DILLARD
as Antigone and Citizen

and

Citizens of Thebes: WILLIAM APPS, KATE CARFORA,
GARRETT BURRESON, MATT WILDER, LAUREN MURASKI,
STEPHEN MEDVIDICK, ARIELLE BENDORY, ASHLEY KOWZUN,
BETH KOPERWHATS
Music - MATTHEW GANDOLFO
Set - KRIS KELLEHER
Costumes - BETH KOPERWHATS
Dramaturge - PATRICIA GARDNER
  
Players Theatre
115 MacDougal Street
New York, NY 10012
(Just north of Minetta Lane)

Tickets by Phone: 212-352-3101
866-811-4111(toll free)

Monday, September 21, 8:00 PM
Wednesday, September 23, 8:00 PM

Benefit performances for the TLDEF - Please go to
www.transgenderlegal.org
for more information.

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JUNE 2008

Luminato Festival

LUMINATO FESTIVAL, TORONTO CANADA

DENNIS CLEVELAND
THE END OF CINEMATICS
FAILING KANSAS
THE CANADIAN SONGBOOK

ART WITH AMBITION
American avant-garde composer Mikel Rouse brings to Toronto his trilogy of modern multimedia pop/rock operas.
Luminato Festival blog and photographs


DENNIS CLEVELAND June 7 & 8

Set in a television studio, this tale of a trashy talk-show host and his
ill-fated guests offers a critique of popular culture's promise of success.


Written and Directed by Mikel Rouse
Starring Mikel Rouse

with

Cynthia Enfield, Matthew Gandolfo, Joseph Halajian, Siri Howard,
Ryuji Noda, Christina Pawl, Robert Rivera, Sylver Logan Sharp,
Levensky Smith, Penelope Thomas

and guest artists
Byron Abalos, Tarah Consoli, Cynthia Dempster, Marcus Jamin,
Rob Kempson, Idil Mussa, Alexandra Parravano, Steve Ryan,
Ryna Schnickler, Cara Volchoff

Toronto Film School Studio, 39 John St., $35.


THE END OF CINEMATICS June 10 to 12

Music, theatre and film combine in an immersive meditation on cinema's corporate
transformation and the fragmentation of the modern media-viewing experience.


Written and Directed by Mikel Rouse
Starring Mikel Rouse

with

Cynthia Enfield, Matthew Gandolfo, Christina Pawl, Robert Rivera, Penelope Thomas

Bluma Appel Theatre, 27 Front St. E., $25 to $45.

FAILING KANSAS June 13 to 15

The notorious events described in Truman Capote's 1966 book
In Cold Blood are the basis for this audio-visual interpretation of ritual,
religion and the mystery of fate.


Written and Directed by Mikel Rouse
Starring Mikel Rouse

Factory Theatre, 125 Bathurst St., $35.

THE CANADIAN SONGBOOK June 9

Starring Mikel Rouse

with

Cynthia Enfield, Christina Pawl, Penelope Thomas
Luminato Festival Photos
Massey Hall 176 Victoria Street, $40 to $60

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OCTOBER 2007


THE END OF CINEMATICS


October 14-21, 2007
Irvine Barclay Theatre-Irvine, CA (Orange County)

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June 2007

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APRIL 2007

MY BRAVE FACE

A Rocabaret

created by:

ROBERT JOHN COOK
SHELLEN LUBIN
with direction and vocal arrangements by:
SHELLEN LUBIN
featuring:
ROBERT JOHN COOK
CYNTHIA ENFIELD
MATTHEW GANDOLFO

accompanied by IAN HERMAN, ROGER POST, MARY NOECKER, and more.

This "Rocabaret" piece (part alternative/folk/rock and part cabaret)
explores a critical moment in the life of a man who is trying to come to terms with his past
with the help of two voices from inside his head.
The journey is through songs by Don Henley, John Hiatt, Joe Jackson, Paul McCartney, 
John Mayer, Ellis Paul, Martin Sexton, Tom Waits, Stevie Wonder, originals, and more.

Friday, April 6 • 6:30 p.m.
Thursday, April 12 • 8:30 p.m.
Saturday, April 14 • 5:00 p.m.

DON'T TELL MAMA

343 West 46th Street
New York City
$10 cover charge
2 drink minimum
Reservations: 212-757-0788
For more information, contact Bondrov Productions
212-864-2380 ~ bondrov@gmail.com

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JANUARY 2007

LEON'S DICTIONARY
a play by
Stephanie Satie

directed by
Shellen Lubin

with

Cynthia Enfield
Joel Friedman
Matthew Gandolfo
Julie Garfield
Max McGuire

Tuesday, January 16
2pm and 7pm
At 78th Street Theatre Lab
3rd floor theatre
236 West 78th Street

In post-Communist Ukraine, a Jewish family struggles to emigrate to a new life. As they
try to maneuver through the insane rules of a country in change, they realize that much
of the struggle is within their own walls. Leon's Dictionary is a play about a universal desire,
set in a world that few in the West are familiar with.

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SEPTEMBER-DECEMBER 2006



I am very excited to be performing in the upcoming Fall production of Mikel Rouse's The End of Cinematics.
It is the third part of an 'opera verite' trilogy consisting of Falling Kansas and
the critically acclaimed "talk show" opera Dennis Cleveland.

For more information about the show please visit

http://www.endofcinematics.com

FALL 2006 TOUR INFORMATION:

Carolina Performing Arts Center

Chapel Hill, NC
September 28 and 29


Brooklyn Academy of Music

Brooklyn, New York
October 4,5,6, and 7


University of Florida Performing Arts

Gainesville, FL
October 11


Liverpool Culture Company

Liverpool, UK
November 16, 17, and 18


Miami Performing Arts Center

Miami, FL
December 29

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APRIL 2006

Judith Shakespeare Company
RESURGENCE

New Play Development Lab 2006

presents a concert reading of

Bounty of Lace

by

Susan Merson
directed by Shellen Lubin

CAST:
Christine Campbell
Cynthia Enfield
Jane Ives
Susan Merson

April 2, 2006
6:15 PM
Arthur Seelen Theatre
The Drama Book Shop
250 West 40th Street, NYC

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JULY 2005

THE CUTTING ROOM PRESENTS

A READING OF

THE GOOD STENO

BY

LEAH KORNFELD FRIEDMAN
http://broadwayworld.com/

WITH

DANA LIATSIS, DAN FUTTERMAN , BILL RAYMOND , PAUL BEN-VICTOR,
LEV GORN , CYNTHIA ENFIELD, ROBERTA WALLACH , HEIDI DU TOIT

DIRECTED BY

PAUL BEN-VICTOR

Award winning playwright Leah Kornfeld Friedman's exciting new dark comedy
brings to life the garment center jungle of the 1940's.

JULY 16 & 23 AT 4:30 PM. AT THE CUTTING ROOM. 19 WEST 24 ST. BETWEEN 5TH & 6TH

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MAY 2005

THE BELT THEATRE
presents
a reading of a new play

THE GOOD STENO

BY

LEAH KORNFELD FRIEDMAN

WITH

DANA LIATSIS, PABLO SCHREIBER , BILL RAYMOND, PAUL BEN-VICTOR,
LEV GORN, NICOLE WINSTON, ROBERTA WALLACH,
CYNTHIA ENFIELD, HEIDI DU TOIT


DIRECTED BY

PAUL BEN-VICTOR

Award winning playwright Leah Kornfeld Friedman's exciting new dark comedy
brings to life the garment center jungle of the 1940's.

SATURDAY, MAY 10, 3:00 PM. rsvp 310- 463-0012.
The Belt Theatre 336 West 37th Street, New York City

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PRIOR TO 2005

Sticks and Stones Productions
presents

YOUR HEALTH COMES FIRST
…YOU CAN ALWAYS HANG YOURSELF LATER

a dramatic reading of selected stories

WRITTEN BY:

BARA CASELEY SWAIN


Kaufmann Theatre
American Museum of Natural History

MUSIC AND LYRICS:

JAMES GILCHRIST

ADDITIONAL MUSIC:

KYLE SANNA

ART AND PHOTOGRAPHY:

LISA FELDMAN

STARRING:

KATHERINE DIAMOND
CYNTHIA ENFIELD
JAMES GILCHRIST
MIDGE MONTGOMERY
BARA SWAIN
JACKSON TAYLOR

ASSOCIATE PRODUCER: HELEN GROSSO

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