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    Cosmic Wonders, Comic Blunders

    The one-act plays in "COSMIC WONDERS, COMIC BLUNDERS" include "THE BODY SHOP" by BOB OST, a comedy about reincarnation. "HOW I LEARNED THE FACTS OF LIFE" by TERRI CAMPION tells the story of a Catholic girl who grapples with "Rosemary's Baby." "WANDA'S VIST" by CHRISTOPHER DURANG, takes a humorous look at an old high school girlfriend who bombards a marriage in trouble. "SHE WITH A CAPITAL ESS" by JAY D. HANIGAN is a one man's comic conversation with God. In "SONG" by DREW DENBAUM, a man fights a ridiculous hospital bill. "LAINIE AND PATTY" by MARV SIEGEL, takes a comic look at couple preparing for a worst-case Internet date. "HUMAN RESOURCES" by MIKE FOLIE, takes a satiric look at a cowboy who is hired to bring malls to the West and make peace with the Indians. "ME, MYSELF, AND I" by SARI BODI, involves a medical mistakes in cloning humans, and "THE PASSION" by JOHN O'HERN (actor/writer of the recent successful NY run of "A Rooster in the Henhouse."), takes a behind the scenes look at the filming of a religious epic. "COSMIC WONDERS, COMIC BLUNDERS" marks the first full production for HUDSON RIVER REPERTORY COMPANY. Artistic Director LAURIE ELISCU's spent a number of years as an actor, director and producer before founding the company. For several years Ms. Eliscu was an adjunct professor with SUNY-Purchase. She was also a member of the librettist workshop at BMI. Her directing credits include Fuddy Meers at Shadowland Theatre, Sylvia, Fools, Beau Jest and The Good Doctor at the Schoolhouse Theater. The company of actors who play multiple roles in "COSMIC WONDERS, COMIC BLUNDERS" include DEB ARMELINO, CHERYL BASS, SEDLEY O. BLOOMFIELD KATHY CALAHAN, TERI CAMPION, DAVID CSIZMADIA, DAN DIGGLES, DEBRA HENRI, BYRON LOYD, PAUL LUCAS, SAMARRA, and KATIE SPARER.

    Dates:  July 12, 2004 - July 24, 2004
    Previews start: July 9, 2004
    Schedule:  Thurs.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. July 11, 18, 25 at 5 p.m., Sun.-Mon. July 11-12 at 8 p.m.
    Venue:  Theatre 54, 244 West 54th Street (btw. Broadway and 8th Ave.)
    Price:  $15
    Tickets/info:  (212) 352-3101

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