World’s End Theater Lightens Up with Intellectual Slapstick on Feb. 7

All in the Timing coming to 69 Main Feb. 7

Following on the heels of their filled-beyond-capacity reading of Six Degrees of Separation earlier this month, World’s End Theater (WET) returns at 8 p.m. on Philipstown’s First Friday, Feb. 7, with a reading of David Ives’ comedy, All in the Timing. As with the other readings in this series, it takes place at the Philipstown.info space at 69 Main St., Cold Spring. Admission is free, donations gratefully accepted, and seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

All In The Timing’s director, recent Cold Spring transplant Christine Brooks Bokhour, says:

This is gonna be a fun one, a perk up the winter doldrums kind of funny, a get your valentine warmed up a week early kind of funny. All in the Timing is a collection of brainteaser shorts, all of them smart, sexy, quirky, witty, and just a little twisted. In the glowing New York Times review of this piece, as performed last year at Primary Stages, Ben Brantley called the series of one acts, ‘short form intellectual slapstick’ and a ‘zesty plate of theatrical tapas.’ I saw that production last February and thought it could help warm us up here in Cold Spring this winter.

The cast consists of Manhattanites Jessica Frey, Maxwell Eddy and Kelsey Landon Olson, and locals Joe Dunn, Gregory Porter Miller and Lisa Sabin.


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