written & directed 

by Andrew Rothkin




of Manhattan Repertory Theatre’s

Summer One Act Play $1500.00 Challenge



Misti Tindiglia, Gus Weinstein & Adam Shiri

Adam ShiriMisti TindigliaGus Weinstein         

Wednesday, June 29@ 6:30 p.m.

Wednesday, June 29@ 9:00 p.m.

Thursday, June 25 @ 6:30 p.m.

Thursday, June 25 @ 9:00 p.m.


Manhattan Repertory Theatre
303 West 42nd Street

New York City

(at Eighth Avenue)


Special guest Joseph Salvatore Knipper

will be reprising the role of Joel on June 30!





ANDREW ROTHKIN (Writer/Director) is an actor, writer, director and producer. Writing-Producing highlights include Bubby’s Shadow (Winner, Outstanding Production of a New Drama Play, MITF Awards, 2008); Meredith’s Ring (Winner, Outstanding Production of a Short Play, Planet Connections Festivity Awards, 2009); and Hamlet Bound & Unbound (Winner, Outstanding New Script for a Short Subject, MITF Awards, 2012). He most recently produced a series of staged readings, and is in pre-production to act in Maximillian Gill's Debreifing, opening in August 2016 as part of NringeNYC.

ADAM SHIRI (Drew) wrote and starred in the short film “The Last Words” (Kyle), currently being reviewed by film festivals across the country ( In 2014, he wrote and starred in the play Unsolvable Riddle (Dan), produced at The Barrow Group Theatre. Other credits include Aida at the Met Opera (Nobal Soldier), Hamlet Bound & Unbound (Arnold), and Romeo and Juliet (Gregory). Film credits include “Brothers For Life,” “Junction,” “Outshot Ltd" and "Monumental Mysteries” (Travel Channel). Adam would like to dedicate this show to his Wife and best friend, Courtney.

MISTI TINDIGLIA (Martha) An award winning actress, Misti works in independent films, three of which have gone to the Cannes Film Festival, commercials, animated films, v/o's, industrials, and appears on stage in theaters throughout the NY area. Her current favorite role (other than Martha) is Katharine Gerad in Mothers and Sons. Misti is an ensemble member with Manhattan Theater Works. SAG-AFTRA


GUS WEINSTEIN (Joel) was born and raised in Brooklyn, and is proud to call NYC his home. NYC credits: Theater for the New City, Clocktower Gallery, Island Shakespeare. He originated the role of suicidal novelist Oscar in The Seven Collective's production of Benched and the role of sociopath/bomb-threat John in Denials.  He specializes in portraying violent young men with mental problems, and is available to perform at Bar Mitzvahs and Confirmation dinners.