About the Show
Do you Dare Pay the Fare??
Rising Sun remounts its 2005/06 Sold out Hit this holiday season.
"A killer dark comedy... Robin Reed, The L Magazine
By Will Kern
Assistant Director/Dramaturg: Megan Bandelt
Stage Manager RJ Verchaud
Featuring Larry Phillips as the Cab Driver
With Ensemble Cast: Christopher Sanchez, Cristina M Ramos, Elizabeth Burke, Isaac Dean, Peter Buck Dettmann, Reagan Wilson, Ryan Dusek & Samantha DeSimone
CAST PHOTOS & BIOS HERE
Playwright and Chicago cab driver Will Kern draws from personal experiences to create the alternately frightening, hilarious and poignant, Hell Cab. Throughout the long shift the bizarre and eclectic collection of passengers who enter the cab include a trio of drug-addicts, a victim, a fellow cab driver, a smug lawyer, a born-again couple on their way to church, a randy couple on their way to a motel, and others. Through interacting with this strange collection of passengers, he experiences an emotional and existential transformation along the way.
Schedule & Location
November 7th, 14th, 21st
December 5th, 12th, & 19th
The Kraine Theatre
85 East 4th Street @2nd Avenue
Please be aware that the venue is not wheelchair accessible
Last Seating is at Discretion of House Manager, late comers will not be admitted past 20 minutes after curtain.
Show is recommended for 13 & Older,
Adult Language & Situations
Tickets $10 to $18
Pre-Sale discount thru September 30th!
No Refunds, No Exchanges, All Sales are Final
Past Press & Reviews
UNDER St Marks Theater, November 2005-January 2006
“A killer dark comedy” & “A little gem hidden in the dark Under St. Mark’s” … Robin Reed, L Magazine
“Hellcab says it all - it is not your typical night at the theatre. So if the unusual is what you crave head down to UNDER St. Mark’s for the ride of your life!” ...Anusha Alikhan, NYcool.com
“Well worth the audience’s time and money” & “Deeply Honest” “Director, Akia…brought out remarkably insane performances from her actors in some cases and deep, meaningful ones in others” …Seth Bisen Hersh, Oobr.com
“Nic Mevoli, onstage for virtually the entire play, is superb as the cabbie, creating a very human, very sympathetic character whose travails authentically engage us.”… Martin Denton, NYtheatre.com