|David Gow joins cast of site-specific hit BLEACH beginning March 6|
|Posted by: Official_Press_Release 06:21 pm EST 03/05/19|
|David Gow Joins Rotating Cast in US Premiere of Award-Winning Hit UK Drama
March 6 - 24
“A stark, hilarious, pathetic, outre and grotesque pastiche… amazing and chilling.” – Theater Pizzazz
“Ortonesque … hilariously delivered in all of its wicked rhythmic glory…adeptly constructed and flavorfully written.” – TheaterScene.net
“A surprisingly thoughtful and intriguing play.” – Front Mezz Junkies
“BLEACH is one of the more unique, immersive theatrical experiences you are likely to have.” – Stage Left
“BLEACH is first-rate cutting edge theater. I’ve never felt closer to a character than this hyper-intimate evening.” – New York Critic
David Gow will join the cast of the US Premiere of BLEACH by Dan Ireland-Reeves beginning March 6. This award-winning underground hit, seen throughout the UK as well as in Paris, Stockholm and Dublin, made its US premiere in January in an intimate, immersive production performed for an audience of 10. Gow will join current performers Eamon Yates and Brendan George, sharing the role of Tyler, a young man trying to find his way while paying the rent in NYC. Audiences are invited to join Tyler at Tyler’s Basement in Bushwick, Brooklyn for this dark and humorous look at sex, violence, and city living. Directed by Zack Carey, performances run through March 24.
BLEACH centers on Tyler, a twenty-four-year-old who sells his body on a nightly basis. But on a regular working night, things are about to spiral out of control leaving Tyler questioning whether living in the city is really worth the price of rent.
BLEACH won the Write for the Stage Award for Best New Writing at the Greater Manchester Fringe 2017 and was nominated for both the Pick of the Fringe and Grand Prix awards at Stockholm Fringe.
BLEACH features lighting and stage management by Jake Lemmenes, costumes and props by Max Ruby, set by Joyce Hahn, and sound by Robert Kent.
Dan Ireland-Reeves is the author of six theater works including Lost & Found, Blaggards, Double Negative, Man Enough and Jesus Camp The Musical. His works have been seen at venues and Festivals including Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Stockholm Fringe, The London Theatre, Brighton Fringe, Outhouse in Dublin, and Compagnietheater in Amsterdam. Dan trained at Birmingham School of Acting before going on to co-found the critically acclaimed company Exist Theatre with Bethan Francis.As a performer, Dan has been nominated for Best Actor and Best Newcomer at Greater Manchester Fringe and Outstanding Male Performance at International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival.
David Gow’s theater credits include Mothers and Sons (Shakespeare & Company), Up the Hill (The O'Neill), Burning Leaves (Duke Theater on 42nd), Chokehold(14th St Y), The Beast's Beauty (Lincoln Center), Where Has Tommy Flowers Gone (Workshop Theater), Peter and the Starcatcher (SPAC), Pirira (Luna Stages). On TV he has appeared on The Good Fight (CBS), and Jon Glaser Loves Gear (truTV). David holds a BFA from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts.
Eamon Yates is a gradute of Tisch School of the Arts at New York University; he has been seen in The Ramayan: A Musical at Art House and Northanger Abbey at Main Street Theatre. Yates performs in BLEACH through March 9.
Brendan George was last seen in New York in No Sympathy For the Wolf at FringeNYC. At Williamstown Theatre Festival, he appeared in developmental workshops of The Algorithm, directed by Oliver Butler, as well asYellowjackets by Itamar Moses. He is a graduate of Brown University.
Zack Carey’s directing credits include Boylesque (starring RuPaul’s Drag Race star Mimi Imfurst) at The Laurie Beechman Theatre, The Other Me at FringeNYC, and Club Nights at HERE. Regional credits include the Ohio premieres of Wallace Shawn’s The Fever and Keith Curran’s Walking the Dead.
BLEACH runs through March 24, with performances Tuesday - Sunday at 7pm & 9pm. Tyler’s Basement is located at 637 Wilson Avenue at the corner of Cooper Street in Bushwick, Brooklyn – directly off of the L train at Wilson Avenue. Running time is 75 minutes. Contains brief nudity and strong language, no one under 18 is permitted to attend. Tickets are $30 - $50 at 212-352-3101 www.SpinCycleNYC.com.
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