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From Playbill.com and http://www.thecelltheatre.org:

“Sex and the City” writers Julie Rottenberg, Elisa Zuritsky, Cindy Chupack and Liz Tuccillo have teamed to write a new episodic stage work entitled Cedar City Falls.

Variety reports that the writers are creating an eight-episode work that will feature actors Peter Frechette, Grant Shaud and Talia Balsam under the direction of John Ruocco. Additional actors will be announced.

Rent veterans Daphne Rubin-Vega and Jesse L. Martin will join John Slattery (“Sex and the City,” “Mad Men”), Talia Balsam (“Mad Men”) and Grant Shaud (“Murphy Brown”) as rotating narrators for the evenings that will be presented Tuesdays at 7 and 9:30 PM beginning Oct. 6 at the Cell. The final installments will be presented at Brooklyn’s Galapagos space.

Cedar City Falls, according to the Cell website, “tells the story of a small peaceful town filled with hard-working, God-fearing folk who due to a series of unfortunate incidents and petty squabbles, gets plunged into full-scale civil war. It is a parable (and parody) of conflict escalation, war, activism, peace and redemption.”

Box-office proceeds for Cedar City Falls will benefit various charities including Amnesty International, Doctors Without Borders and the Center for Constitutional Rights.

Visit TheCellTheatre. The Cell is located at 338 West 23rd Street.

Liz Tuccillo and John Ruocco

present

cedarcityfalls

Cedar City Falls

A Mid-west Conflict

written by Sex and the City writers, 

Julie Rottenberg, Elisa Zuritsky Cindy Chupack, Liz Tuccillo and others…

the cell will host this weekly serial during October!

CEDAR CITY FALLS tells the story of a small peaceful town filled with hard-working, God-fearing folk who due to a series of unfortunate incidents and petty squabbles, gets plunged into full-scale civil war.  It is a parable (and parody) of conflict escalation, war, activism, peace and redemption.

Each week the show will feature a different celebrity guest narrator including John Slattery and Talia Balsam (MAD MEN), Grant Shaud (MURPHY BROWN) and Jesse L. Martin (LAW AND ORDER, THE PHILANTHROPIST).

In addition, all of the box office proceeds will go to a different human rights charity every week such as Amnesty International, Doctors Without Borders and the Center for Constitutional Rights.

Visit www.cedarcityfalls.com for more information!

$18.00

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