B. Someday Productions’ presents the second show of its 2012-13 season of “Comedies about things that aren’t funny” with CRIMINAL GENIUS by Canadian playwright, George F Walker. CRIMINAL GENIUS is part of the SUBURBAN MOTEL series by Walker, six plays all taking place in the same seedy motel room. Dates for the production run March 6-30, 2013. Ticket prices are $20.00. Walking Fish Theatre is located at 2509 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia PA 19125. Tickets can be purchased online at www.walkingfishtheatre.com at no extra charge for the purchaser, or at the door.
Members of the Press are invited to the Press Opening on Wednesday, March 13 @ 8:00 pm at Walking Fish Theatre, 2509 Frankford Avenue.
B. Someday Productions brings the entire cycle of SUBURBAN MOTEL to its theatre home, Walking Fish Theatre, over the course of three seasons. It began in June 2012 with the two plays FEATURING LORETTA and THE END OF CIVILIZATION, both directed by B. Someday Co-Artistic Director, Stan Heleva, and starring Co-Artistic Director, Michelle Pauls. The series continued with PROBLEM CHILD in November 2012.
“Walker has an eye for the ridiculous and an imagination that packs his plays with action,” –New York Times.
“A vital and inventive dramatist with a technique and highly coloured imagination all his own.” –books in Canada
Recent Suburban Motel reviews acclaim the productions:
“Fortunately, and entertainingly, the women persevere in their pursuit of freedom from the men who f**k up their lives.” Mark Cofta, Philadephia City Paper.
“Sean Close…building a solid high strung loser…Gina Martino is fierce…Brian Anthony Wilson and Steven Wright strike an uneasy balance between order and chaos.” Wendy Rosenfield, Philadelphia Inquirer.
“The drama and comedy really zip along.” Bruce Walsh, The Metro.
“Cast members excel!” Christopher Munder, Stage Magazine.
There are four pay-what-you-can Preview Performances for CRIMINAL GENIUS on Wednesday-Saturday, March 6-9 at 8:00pm at Walking Fish Theatre, 2509 Frankford Avenue, Phila, PA 19125. Opening Night is Wednesday, March 13 @ 8:00pm. Tickets are $20, ticket specials available. Every Wednesday show is Pay-what-you-can. The show schedule is Wednesday through Saturday, all shows at 8:00pm, there is one Sunday matinee on March 24 @ 4:00pm.