Une Bûche de Noël, A Work-In-Progress Kyle Stockburger
About This Show
On the eve of the Winter Solstice, jaded and cynical New Yorker Jeremy Hays finds himself returning to his hometown, Piney Crest, after his beloved and wisecracking grandmother suffers a snowbound accident. There, he is reunited with the zany citizens of the Rocky Mountain town as they prepare for the annual Winter Fete and tree lighting ceremony, organized by none other than his former high school sweetheart, JL Montpelier. What starts out as a simple trip home becomes a heartfelt journey as Jeremy rediscovers the light of love in the darkness of winter.
about the artist
Kyle Stockburger is an actor and writer based in New York City. He was last seen in Sara Farrington’s Leisure, Labor, Lust at Art House Productions and at The Mount in Lenox, MA. He has performed at HERE Arts Center, Dixon Place, Chashama Studios, Theatre for a New City, and Judson Memorial Church. Acting credits outside New York include Uli/Agent Campbell in the World Premiere of Alejandro Ricaño’s Timboctou at REDCAT in Los Angeles and the Teatro Experimental in Guadalajara, Mexico. His written work includes The Carousel and The Real Coyote Ugly. He holds a MFA in Acting from CalArts.
Marisa Blankier is a Bushwick based theatre artist and dog owner. She enjoys plants, macrame, coffee, and analog photography. Marisa trained at Ecole Philippe Gaulier in France; this is her directing debut.
Thursday, December 21, 2017 at 7:30pm
$15 in advance
$18 at the door
Alex B. West*
Roger Casey*, Elise Castle*, Julian Evens, Susan O’Doherty, Stephanie Regina*, Sandy Simona, Kyle Stockburger*, Sophia Wang
*Actors appearing courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association