'I Found Her Tied To My Bed' extends for a further three performances
I Found Her Tied To My Bed, a dark comedy, at Under St Marks, has added a further three performances to its schedule. It is now playing on Wednesdays evenings up to the 20 Apr 2005
At Evergreen Manor Nursing Home, the hours are long, the staff is underpaid and the occupants are easy to kill. When a reckless coworker intrudes upon Bethï¿½s solitary life, Beth becomes infatuated and goes to extremes to understand her. But understanding does not necessarily produce a healthy relationshipï¿½sometimes it only produces corpses.
I Found Her Tied To My Bed is written and directed by Jeff Tabnick and produced by Propinquity Productions, LLC in association with Lightning Strikes. Talia Rubel and Shannon Kirk appear in the roles of nursesï¿½ aides Beth and Jan, respectively.
Jeff Tabnick is a co-founder of Propinquity Productions, LLC. His plays have been presented by LaMaMa ETC, Ensemble Studio Theatre, The Riant Theatre Company and The Atlantic Theater Company Acting School, among others.
I Found Her Tied To My Bed is the fourth full-length play produced by Propinquity: 'Barrymoreï¿½s Body' at the 2004 New York City International Fringe Festival, 'Two Rooms' and '68'. In addition, Propinquity presented a one-act play, 'The Disease of Geography', at Developing Artists, primarily for high school students.
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