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Brawler

By Walt McGough
Apr 8 - Apr 22, 2018

Director: M. Bevin O'Gara
With: TBD

UNDERWRITER
Travis Hyde
Recommended for ages 14+.
MEDIA SPONSOR
ESPN Ithaca
SYNOPSIS

Adam was the scariest man in the NHL, but that was all last season. Now he's down in the minors and high on pills, and he just trashed the Dunkin' Donuts Center locker room. His friends need to talk him down before he gets into real trouble, but he’s got his own agenda, and is spoiling for one last fight. A modern-day riff on Sophocles’ "Ajax," seen through the lens of the last true gladiator sport. Produced in collaboration with Boston Playwrights Theatre

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World Premiere!

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CAST
Greg Maraio

GREG MARAIO (Moose) is thrilled to be making his debut at The Kitchen Theatre Company. Greg is a Boston native who has been working as an actor and a director for the past 10 years. He was a member of the ensemble of the 2016 workshop production of Finish Line and returned for its world premiere at Boston's Shubert Theater in March 2017. Recent acting credits include Jordan in the New England premiere of Significant Other (IRNE Nomination) as Jonathon / Miranda in Casa Valentina (Elliot Norton and IRNE nominations) and as Victor / Clint in John Kuntz’s Necessary Monsters (SpeakEasy Stage). Other recent acting credits include Faithless (Boston Playwrights Theatre); Colossal (Company One); Translations (Bad Habit Productions); and The Misadventures of Spy Matthias (Theatre on Fire). He has also worked with many local companies including The Huntington, New Rep, Zeitgeist Stage, and Central Square Theater, where he will be performing the role of La Marquise de Merteuil in their June Production of Les Liaisons Dangereuses. Greg received a BFA from Lesley University where he studied acting with Anne Pluto.

Marc Pierre

MARC PIERRE (Jerry) is absolutely thrilled to make his Kitchen Theatre Company debut. Most recent credits include Airness (Actors Theatre of Louisville); When January Feels Like Summer (Central Square Theatre); Peter and the Starcatcher (Lyric Stage Company); Milk Like Sugar (Huntington Theatre Company); The Flick (Gloucester Stage); Romeo and Juliet and King Lear (Commonwealth Shakespeare Company); I am a Camera (Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theatre); Great Expectations and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (New Repertory Theatre). Off-Broadway credits include Line (13th Street Repertory Company). Film credits include Twelve (Radar Pictures). Marc received his B.F.A. at Emerson College. He is a recipient of the Isabel Sanford Scholarship and Emerson College’s Acting Area Award