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Stand-Up Tragedy   

Criterion Center Stage Right, (10/04/1990 - 10/16/1990)
First Preview: Sep 25, 1990 Total Previews: 12
Opening Date: Oct 04, 1990    
Closing Date: Oct 16, 1990 Total Performances: 13

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Setting: A small Catholic school for Hispanic boys on New York's Lower East Side. 1980s.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by B. S. Moss Enterprises (Charles B. Moss, Jr., Executive Director)
Produced by Charles B. Moss, Jr., Brent Peek and Donald Taffner
Originally developed and produced at Center Theatre Group / Mark Taper Forum (Gordon Davidson, Artistic Director); Further developed and produced at The Hartford Stage Company
Written by Bill Cain; Incidental music by Craig Sibley
Directed by Ron Link; Rap Choreography by Charles Randolph-Wright
Scenic Design by Yael Pardess; Costume Design by Carol Brolaski; Lighting Design by Michael Gilliam; Sound Design by Jon Gottlieb
General Manager: Brent Peek Productions; Company Manager: Marshall B. Purdy
Production Stage Manager: Franklin Keysar; Production Supervisor: Frank Bayer; Stage Manager: Ruth E. Sternberg
Casting: Johnson-Liff & Zerman; General Press Representative: Bill Evans & Associates; Production Coordinator: Robert Routolo; Dramaturg: Corey Beth Madden; Dance Captain: Anthony Barrile; Advertising: Serino Coyne, Inc.
Anthony Barrile
Marco Ruiz
Marcus Chong
Lee Cortez
Charles Cioffi
Father Ed Larkin
Jack Coleman
Tom Griffin
John C. Cooke
Mitchell James
Robert Barry Fleming
Dan Gerrity
Burke Kendall
Darrin DeWitt Henson
Carlos Cruz
Ray Oriel
Henry Rodriguez
Understudies: Christopher Cass (Burke Kendall, Father Ed Larkin, Mitchell James, Tom Griffin), Robert Barry Fleming (Lee Cortez, Marco Ruiz), Darrin DeWitt Henson (Henry Rodriguez) and Marc Joseph (Carlos Cruz, Freddy)
Drama Desk Award
1991 Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play [nominee]
Marcus Chong
Theatre World
winner 1991 Award [recipient]
Marcus Chong