The Harbor Lights Theater Company presents I HATE HAMLET
By Paul Rudnick, Starring Mandy Bruno, Joy Franz, Jay Montgomery, Caralyn Kozlowski, Howard Kaye, and Paul Wyatt. November 12th -21st, 2010
Fridays at 8 PM, Saturdays at 8 PM, and Sundays at 3PM
Veterans MemoriAl Hall
Snug Harbor Cultural Center
1000 Richmond Terrace
Staten Island, New York 10301
Tickets: $25, $35
Available at http://www.showtix4u.com or box office 866-967-8167 (From 1pm to 12am)
The Harbor Lights Theater Company, a new professional theater company based at Snug Harbor Cultural Center brings Broadway to Staten Island with its production of Paul Rudnick's hilarious comedy, "I Hate Hamlet", starring Emmy nominated actress Mandy Bruno (Guiding Light, Les Miserables), and Broadway's Joy Franz, (Into The Woods, Pippin, Company, A Little Night Music, etc.), Jay Montgomery (Falsettos, Heart Strings), Caralyn Kozlowski (Confessions of a Soccer Mom), Howard Kaye (Miss Saigon, The Visit) and Paul Wyatt (Sessions, The Yellow Wood). Directed by Stephen Nachamie.
When the ghost of John Barrymore haunts a second rate TV star hired to play Hamlet in a Shakespeare in the Park production, hilarious high-jinx ensue!
Tickets prices range from $25 to $35, available at www.showtix4u.com or box office 866-967-8176.
For more information visit our web site at www.theharborlightstheatercompany.org or call
Harbor Lights at 718-273-7516
Snug Harbor Cultural Center is an 83 acre city park housing gardens, museums, galleries and two historical theaters, just off the Staten Island Ferry. From the Ferry, take bus 40 from ramp D.
The Harbor Lights Theater Company - Staten Island's new, not-for-profit, professional theater company, "Bringing Broadway to Staten Island!"
For more information go to www.theharborlightstheatercompany.org.
Mandy Bruno (Deirdre) Daytime Emmy-nominated actress Mandy Bruno took over the role of Marina Cooper on Guiding Light on May 12, 2004. Eight weeks after landing the role, Bruno graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Otterbein College in Westerville, Ohio. There, she trained in dance, voice and acting and went on to appear in acclaimed Theater Productions in and around the Columbus area. In 2006, Bruno received her first Daytime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series. In addition to her work on Guiding Light, Bruno continues to pursue her love for the stage. Bruno stepped into one of the biggest roles of her career this April as Eponine in Broadway's "Les Miserables." In October she went on to play Justin Moritz (or, the Bride of Frankenstein) in the off Broadway production of Frankenstein The Musical. Last May, Bruno appeared as Belle in a production of "Beauty and the Beast" at the Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera House. Her credits also include "The Man Who Would Be King," starring opposite Guiding Light former star Paul Anthony Stewart, "Vanity Fair," "Green Gables" and "Little Shop of Horrors." Bruno appeared in several commercials for RCN and the Partnership for a Drug Free America. She is also a spokesperson and vocalist on recordings for spiritandsong.com records.