Submitted by C. Randall McCloskey
Penny Nichol is a brash, headstrong young actress with no control over her oral orifice--is it any wonder she’s waiting tables in the city? What IS a wonder is that her old pal, Brian Goodwin, is up for the lead in an off-Broadway show. What’s his secret? Why, his new agent—an unknown named C. Randall McCloskey! Penny uses all of her charms to have Brian set up a meeting between her and this theatrical wunder-connektion—especially after learning that some of McCloskey’s other clients, the flamboyant Trev and the deliciously vacuous Tiki, are booking jobs left and right. But after one bad audition for casting agent Dick Whitehead, Penny goes on the warpath, and storms up to Brian’s apartment. What she discovers—the true identity of this mysterious agent—will send all of McCloskey’s clients on a wild adventure that may result in the end—or possibly the beginning—of their careers! Warning: Submitted by C. Randall McCloskey includes adult language, sexual situations, offensive stereotypes, drunk jokes, crappy theme songs and terrible acting.
CAST BREAKDOWN: 2W / 4M playing multiple roles
RUN TIME: 100 Minutes
Images from the 2011 Quorum Theatre production of SUBMITTED BY C. RANDALL MCCLOSKEY, performed at the 2011 NY International Fringe Festival at the Teatro Latea. Photographs by Daniel Buckley. Directed by Paul Whelihan, featuring Carol Todd, Brian O’Halloran, Andy Phelan, Rebecca Zaccagnino, Bob Senkewicz, and Steve Friedman. Stage Managed by Amy Francis Schott, Scenic and Sound Design by Matthew R. Campbell, Tech Staff, Vollney Stefflr and Manon Waterloos.