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After an ordinary man is unwittingly drawn into a senseless murder, he ultimately finds himself convicted of a lack of compassion in this existential treatise on "the nakedness of man faced with the absurd."

This existential novel by Albert Camus has been deconstructed through improvisation and shaped into a sensorially rich and socially daring adaptation by Brandon Walker and the members of The Seeing Place Theater Ensemble.


Workshop Reading of New Script
November 2014

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CAST (in alphabetical order):

Erin Cronican* (as 'Actor 5' track) Previous shows with The Seeing Place: THE LARAMIE PROJECT (Mercedes Herrero Track); DYING CITY (Kelly); MEN IN WHITE (Laura Hudson/Director); HAMLET (Ophelia/Co-Director), A LIE OF THE MIND (Beth), MISS JULIE (Director), LOVE SONG (Molly/Director), DANNY AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA (Roberta), THE LOVER (Sarah), CLOSER (Anna), THREE SISTERS (Masha), LOOK BACK IN ANGER (Helena) and TWELFTH NIGHT (Maria). Regional favorites: THE LAST FIVE YEARS, ANGELS IN AMERICA, WIT, SUBWAYS ARE FOR SLEEPING, and EVITA. She has appeared on “Veronica Mars,” and “One Life to Live,” and can be seen in Paul Giamatti’s film, “Cold Souls” (among others.) Proud member of AEA & SAG-AFTRA. Learn more at
John D'Arcangelo (as 'Actor 4' track) went to Ithaca College, studied in London, and received his BFA in acting (Magna cum laude with department honors). A list of his favorite roles must include: A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Nick Bottom); Twelfth Night (Sir Toby Belch); A Streetcar Named Desire (Mitch); The Boys Next Door (Norman Bulanski); The Man Who Came To Dinner (Sheridan Whiteside); Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf (George); 1776 (Ben Franklin); The Normal Heart (Ned Weeks); The Lisbon Traviata (Mendy); Orphans (Harold); Lend Me A Tenor (Saunders); The Diary of Anne Frank (Mr. VonDann); Beyond Therapy (Bruce); Opera Play (Umberto Eccarazzi); Masquerade (Mario); Geeks! The Musical (Mel) and Blood Privilege (King Matthias).
Virginia Gregory (as 'Actor 6' track)is thrilled to be returning to the theatre after quite a long absence. In her past life as an actor she has performed Off-Broadway as The Girl in THE FANTASTICKS, as Dierdre in SALVATION and originated the role of Marsyas in PHILEMON. She played Jean Simmons' assistant who cracked under pressure on the stand in "Perry Mason: The Case of the Lost Love" and appeared in nearly 100 television commercials. She is very excited and proud to have been invited to join The Seeing Place Ensemble. After exploring many other roads, it feels like coming home.Member: SAG-AFTRA
Meg Grujon (as 'Actor 7' track) is a proud graduate of Marymount Manhattan College with her B.A. in Theatre Performance and has worked in the city as both an actor and director. Past directing credits include: Five Women Wearing the Same Dress (TRG Productions), misspelled and Theseus 2.0 (Coffee Black Productions). Acting credits: Intellectual Property (Playlab NYC/Coffee Black Productions) and Snapshot: A Dramatic Anthology (AlphaNYC Theatre Company). She has done several student films as well as her first feature film, "Downcast" filmed in Portland, OR. She is very excited to be with The Seeing Place Theater ensemble!
Logan Keeler (as 'Actor 2' track) joined The Seeing Place Theater in August. This is his third show with the group following the opening of their 5th season with MEN IN WHITE as Dr. Pete Bradley, followed by the role of Michael in TWO ROOMS. Recent productions include THREEPENNY OPERA (The lost Theater, London) as Mr. Peachum, NEXT TO NORMAL (Stranger Productions, Boston) as Dr. Madden/Dr. Fine, HARVEY (Connecticut College Theater Department) as Elwood P. Dowd, and his Off-Broadway debut as Bernie Bartok in the first revival of MONEY: THE MUSICAL. Logan is a graduate of Connecticut College and The William Esper Studio in New York City and studied at The British American Drama Academy in London.
Lila Smith* (as 'Actor 8' track) most recently performed as Millinette in FASHION by Anna Cora Mowatt as part of the On Her Shoulders series in NYC, directed by Joanne Zipay, and as Hippolyta in Connecticut Free Shakespeare's 2013 production of A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM. In addition to being an actress, singer, director, volunteer, tutor, collage artist, painter, lasagna chef, and some other fabulous things, Lila is also a Stage Manager for GF&Co, National Sales and Customer Service Manager for InStyle Essentials featuring TrioFit Technology, and Co-Founder and Executive Director of Shakespeare Anywhere. Proud member of Alpha Psi Omega, Actors' Equity Association, and The Seeing Place!

Member: AEA

Brandon Walker* (as 'Actor 1' track) is an NYIT nominated actor for his work in The Seeing Place's DANNY AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA. Other previous shows with The Seeing Place: MEN IN WHITE (Dr. Ferguson); HAMLET (Hamlet); ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD (Hamlet); A LIE OF THE MIND (Jake), LOVE SONG (Beane), THE CREDEAUX CANVAS (Winston), WHEN WE HAVE GONE ASTRAY (Ira), WAITING FOR LEFTY (Sid), LOOK BACK IN ANGER (Jimmy), TWELFTH NIGHT (Malvolio), CLOSER (Dan), THREE SISTERS (Andrey), and THE LOVER (Richard). He has worked with The Old Globe, La Jolla Playhouse, Poor Players, New Village Arts, Moxie Theatre, ion Theater, North Coast Rep, Sierra Rep, and Barnstormers Theater. Member AEA. Training: David Gideon.
* = Member of AEA

Creative Team:

Writer / Dramaturg

Brandon Walker - see bio above


Erin Cronican - see bio above
Assistant Director Lauren Ann Sagnella - Lauren is making art as an director, actor and writer. She graduated from Rutgers University with a degree in American Studies and English with a concentration in Creative Writing. At Rutgers, Lauren was involved in The Livingston Theater Company (LTC), Cabaret Theater, and The College Avenue Players. With LTC, she directed the 24 Hour Musical Challenge at the notable Crossroads Theater in New Brunswick, NJ. Lauren has performed at The NJ State Theater, Crossroads Theater, Paper Mill Playhouse, and in Brighton, UK with the Sussex University Drama Society. As a writer, she has contributed to, and Her senior thesis, The “Disneyfication” of Times Square received the Aresty Research Grant, was awarded Honors and presented at the 2012 Undergraduate Research Symposium at Rutgers University. Most recently, Lauren directed and produced the first staged production of Three Months with Pook presented by Dixon Place as part of the Hot! Festival.
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