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[h1]Cock[/h1]

[h2]by Mike Bartlett[/h2]

[h3]May 18 – June 16, 2013[/h3]
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Cock

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[h3]Synopsis[/h3]

A provocatively titled play about an unlikely love triangle that was a huge hit in London and New York. When a gay man takes a break from his boyfriend the last thing he expects is to suddenly meet the woman of his dreams. Filled with guilt and indecision, he decides there’s only one way to straighten this out. A playful, candid look at one man’s sexuality and the difficulties that arise when you realize you have a choice.

Winner of 2010 Olivier Award

[h3]Who’s Who[/h3]

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[h4]The Cast[/h4]

John: RYAN DIDATO
M: NICHOLAS RICHBERG
W: JULIE KLEINER
F: PETER GALMAN
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[h4]The Artists[/h4]

Playwright: Mike Bartlett
Director: Joseph Adler
Set Design: Lyle Baskin
Lighting Design: Jeff Quinn
Sound Design: Matt Corey
Costumes: Ellis Tillman
Dialect Coach: Lesley-Ann Timlick
Technical Director: Carlos Rodriguez
Stage Manager: Kristin Pieski

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Julie Kleiner, Ryan Didato, Nicholas Richberg and Peter Galman
Julie Kleiner, Ryan Didato, Nicholas Richberg and Peter Galman
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Julie Kleiner, Ryan Didato, Nicholas Richberg and Peter Galman
Julie Kleiner, Ryan Didato, Nicholas Richberg and Peter Galman
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Julie Kleiner, Ryan Didato, Nicholas Richberg and Peter Galman
Julie Kleiner, Ryan Didato, Nicholas Richberg and Peter Galman
Nicholas Richberg and Ryan Didato
Nicholas Richberg and Ryan Didato
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Julie Kleiner and Ryan Didato
Julie Kleiner and Ryan Didato
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Ryan Didato and Nicholas Richberg
Ryan Didato and Nicholas Richberg

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Photos: George Schiavone