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Anonymous

by NickThomas

Name your poison.

performed extremely intimately - within feet of audience

115 MacDougal St, West Village NYc Studio # 3C

Near the F/G/R trains.

*third floor walkup*

When support group leader Charlie is a no-show, a nervous Richard steps up to take control.

Addiction, hope and sobriety are all at stake when the group must face their biggest threat so far -  a challenge from within.

**Performed Monthly in a extremely intimately  26x19 foot space.**

Runtime: 1 hour and 15 minutes.

"...compelling and masterfully told"

 

"It's a rare privilege to be in such intimate connection with the wonderful performers."

Mark Savitt

Hi! Drama

  • ANONYMOUS - April 26th
    ANONYMOUS - April 26th
    Fri, Apr 26
    spit&vigor tiny baby black box theatre
    Apr 26, 2024, 7:30 PM – 10:30 PM
    spit&vigor tiny baby black box theatre, 115 MacDougal St, New York, NY 10012, USA
    When support group leader Charlie is a no-show, a nervous Richard steps up to take control. Addiction, hope and sobriety are all at stake when the group must face their biggest threat so far, a challenge from within.
  • ANONYMOUS - August 23rd
    ANONYMOUS - August 23rd
    Fri, Aug 23
    spit&vigor tiny baby black box theatre
    Aug 23, 2024, 7:30 PM – 10:30 PM
    spit&vigor tiny baby black box theatre, 115 MacDougal St, New York, NY 10012, USA
    When support group leader Charlie is a no-show, a nervous Richard steps up to take control. Addiction, hope and sobriety are all at stake when the group must face their biggest threat so far, a challenge from within.
  • ANONYMOUS - September 27th
    ANONYMOUS - September 27th
    Fri, Sep 27
    spit&vigor tiny baby blackbox theatre
    Sep 27, 2024, 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM
    spit&vigor tiny baby blackbox theatre, 115 MacDougal St 3C New York, NY
    When support group leader Charlie is a no-show, a nervous Richard steps up to take control. Addiction, hope and sobriety are all at stake when the group must face their biggest threat so far, a challenge from within.
  • ANONYMOUS - October 25th
    ANONYMOUS - October 25th
    Fri, Oct 25
    spit&vigor tiny baby blackbox theatre
    Oct 25, 2024, 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM
    spit&vigor tiny baby blackbox theatre, 115 MacDougal St 3C New York, NY
    When support group leader Charlie is a no-show, a nervous Richard steps up to take control. Addiction, hope and sobriety are all at stake when the group must face their biggest threat so far, a challenge from within.
  • ANONYMOUS - November 22nd
    ANONYMOUS - November 22nd
    Fri, Nov 22
    spit&vigor tiny baby blackbox theatre
    Nov 22, 2024, 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM
    spit&vigor tiny baby blackbox theatre, 115 MacDougal St 3C New York, NY
    When support group leader Charlie is a no-show, a nervous Richard steps up to take control. Addiction, hope and sobriety are all at stake when the group must face their biggest threat so far, a challenge from within.

Cast & Crew

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Cast & Crew Bios

Cast & Crew Bios

NICK THOMAS (Playwright | Charlie) is an actor, writer and director from Melbourne, Australia. Recently seen in THE SHAKESPEARE RIOTS (Bay Street Theatre).  Acting credits with spit&vigor include MARY’S LITTLE MONSTER, ECTOPLASM, THE WAKE OF DORCAS KELLY, HIT YOUR MARK, DIE BEAUTIFUL and THE BRUTES, he recently made his off-broadway directing debut with BLOOD COUNTESS.   He also writes, produces and directs original online content with his company Blunderbuss. He was a house team performer and teacher  at the Peoples’ Improv Theatre (The PIT).

Nick has been sober for eleven years.

 

SARA FELLINI (Elizabeth | production design) is an award-winning playwright, director, actress, and skilled artisan. Her first play, HAZARD A LITTLE DEATH, was nominated for six awards at the 2014 NYC Planet Connections Theater Festivity including Best Production of a New Play and Best Lead Actress (Sara Fellini), winning Best New Script. She performed in the monodrama THE OTHER MOZART by Sylvia Milo at The Players Theatre in NYC and toured with the production (winning Cat5 magazine’s Best Theater Production of 2015, “the voice of a crystal bell, Fellini is captivating” –NOLA Defender), and created the role of Maeve Shourd in a site-specific production of IN VESTMENTS, a play of her own writing and winner of two NYIT awards, nominated for Outstanding New Full-Length Script, earning her theater company the Donn Russell grant, and acclaimed by the NYTimes as "wrenching and visually eloquent". She has appeared in another play of her own writing, THE EXECUTION OF MRS. COTTON (called "darkly humorous" and "deliciously ghoulish" by the NYTimes) as part of IRT Theater's 3B Residency. She played Mary Shelley in MARY’S LITTLE MONSTER by Thomas Kee at the mudlark public theatre in NOLA, The Davenport Theatre in NYC as part of the Davenport space grant, and intimately at Torn Page, the historic home of Rip Torn and Geraldine Page. She played baroque painter Artemisia Gentileschi in her play NEC SPE / NEC METU at The Tank’s July 2017 DarkFest, at Theater Row as part of United Solo Festival, at the mudlark public theatre in NOLA, and by special invitation at The Glitter Box in Pittsburgh, PA. She played Asia Booth Clarke in THE BRUTES ("irresistibly dramatic, legitimately upsetting" - The NYTimes) by Casey Wimpee at The Flamboyan as part of The 10th Anniversary Planet Connections Festivity, nominated for 8 awards including Outstanding Direction and Outstanding Costume Design (both Sara Fellini). That production was invited by the Booth family to perform annually at The Players, Edwin Booth's historic home. During quarantine, she wrote and directed LUNA ECLIPSE, a one-shot livestream film, chosen as one of TIME OUT's Best Online Theater Productions, and she recently made her off-broadway performing and directing debut in THE WAKE OF DORCAS KELLY at The Players Theatre, a play she both wrote and directed, chosen as part of The Observer's Best Summer Theater of 2021. Her company spit&vigor has an ongoing off broadway Artistic Residency at The Players Theatre and as part of that residency she has gone on to write, direct, and perform in ECTOPLASM, (“tenacity ground into every red velvet seat - in other words, I love it” - Vulture), and she starred in BLOOD COUNTESS by Kelleen Conway Blanchard as the blood-hungry Elizabeth Bathory this past January. 

GEORGE WALSH  (Richard) has been  stage manager and tech director for various spit&vigor productions including Mary’s Little Monster  and Hit Your Mark, Die Beautiful!!!   He has studied improv and acting for many years at New York City's renowned People's Improv Theater, The Magnet Theater, and HB Studios. Some of his roles include the father in The Dreamer Examines His Pillow by John Patrick Shanley and the role of Ian in “The Other Place” by Sharr White. He's performed with groups Blunderbuss, Fairfield of Dreams and FSU and has performed at the NYC Improv Festival, Sketchfest, Solocom, and Fake Church.  He also co-wrote and acted in the web series Return of the Green Dragon. He also teaches  and writes comedy for the Improvisor’s Mindset with Dion Flynn working with Fortune 500 Companies and improv training classes and workshops.  

 

CAITLIN DULLAHAN-BATES (Sarah) is an actor, model, writer, and director from NYC. She holds a BFA in Acting from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, where she studied at the Atlantic Acting School and Stonestreet Studios. Caitlin was recently featured in spit&vigor’s productions of ECTOPLASM (The Players Theatre) and THE BRUTES (Players Club), as well as the New York Times recommended Fucked-Up Play Fest! (Caveat NYC). She’ll make her independent feature film debut in HELL WANTED (Irving Pictures) later this year. Her upcoming short film, of which is both the screenwriter and director, Hyacinth Girl, is currently in pre-production. Follow her on Instagram @caitbate for more. 

Federico Mostert (Michael) is a poet and actor based in New York City, giddy to be back on stage. Thanks to my parents for the support as well as my friends and The Wallpaper Company [@the.wallpaper company on ig] for the love.

 

RANDY ARBUJO (Blake) Randy is an actor, poet and director from Brooklyn New York, and recent graduate from Brooklyn College’s BFA Acting program. At Brooklyn College, he wrote and starred in an original solo show, The Tales of Who, directed by Nikkole Salter. Other Brooklyn College credits include; Derecho, by Noelle Viñas and The Tuesday Club murders, an original play by Lauren Zeftal. He’s also directed Shut the Front Door by Max Sharam as part of HB Studio’s 6/12 Play Reading Festival. He was also in various play readings for the Red Mic Repertory Company; Frost/Nixon, Golden Pond and She Kills Monsters. Recently, he started a new original project where you can find him on Instagram, @whosscript, where he shows his process of self-tapes and collaboration work with other fellow actors. He believes the beauty of life is everyone has a journey and the tragedy however is not every journey is told so, that is why artists are born. 

 

CHLOÉ BELL (Diana) is originally from Louisville, KY and received her BFA from The University of MN / Guthrie Actor Training Program. She packed up a car on December 31st 2019, to move to New York, and what a ride it's been. She's so grateful to be working with spit&vigor again after being a part of their last production Blood Countess + The Brutes. Some of her other, recent work here in New York has been Macbeth with Hamlet Isn’t Dead, Captain Placeholder... with Greenhouse Ensemble, Voyeur: The Windows of Toulouse Lautrec with Bated Breath Theatre Company and On Every Link a Heart Does Dangle: or Owed with The Lark Theatre. You can keep up to date with her and her work at chloebellactor.com. She'd like to extend a special thank you to her immensely supportive friends and boyfriend, Andrew. <3 

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