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    The Fallen 9/11

    The Fallen 9/11 deals with the tragedy of September 11th through the experiences of an injured Manhattan attorney and a veteran New York City firefighter. Amidst the chaos of the morning of September 11th these two men, from different worlds, find hope and salvation. Robert Marese's play intimately examines the emotional and spiritual journey of these men and offers a different perspective on what it is to be a hero. Kent Giltz, who studied at the Barrow Group Theater and who is making his New York stage debut, will play the role of attorney Michael Sinclair. Tim Davis, a member of the Actors Studio, will play the role of NYFD Firefighter, Terry Rourke. Heather McHugh, who was recently made a lifetime member of the Actors Studio and received her MFA in Theatre from the Actors Studio Drama School, will play the role of Saint Barbara. Danny Clayborne, who recently appeared in Robert Guida's One Last Night, will play the role of the Rescuer. The production is being directed by the acclaimed Dunsten J. Cormack. Robert Guida, actor, writer, producer and retired NYFD firefighter is acting as consultant to the production. Robert Marese is a playwright and screenwriter who is a life-long resident of New York. He lives in Park Slope, Brooklyn. The Fallen 9/11 is his first dramatic play, among his other plays are If God Were A Guido and Cocktales. Robert wrote The Fallen 9/11 to express his feelings that hope can be found in even the most challenging of circumstances. All profits from the production will be donated to the UFA's Widow's and Childrens' Fund.

    Dates:  Sept. 16, 2004 - Oct. 13, 2004
    Schedule:  Thurs.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 3 p.m.
    Venue:  Producer's Club, 358 West 44th St. (at 9th Ave.)
    Tickets/info:  (212) 352-3101

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