David and Katie Get Re-Married
Project Y Theatre
DAVID AND KATE GET RE-MARRIED
an unhinged musical comedy
Written and performed by: David Carl and Katie Hartman
Directed by: Michole Biancosino
Music Direction by: Jody Shelton
You are cordially invited to the second wedding of David and Katie. This confidently codependent couple will teach you how to love correctly through original music, exotic rituals, and a unity volcano. This time it’ll stick! For realz tho!
David and Katie Get Re-Married pairs David Carl (Gary Busey’s One-Man Hamlet, Trump Lear, The Tender Bar) and Katie Hartman (Netflix’s The Week Of, High Maintenance) in a slapdash wedding betwixt a star-crossed couple who has broken up and reunited more frequently than Spiderman has been rebooted.
This dark comedy with original music features the worst couple in the world on the second happiest day of their lives after the first happiest day of their lives didn’t work out. The characters, David and Katie, are getting married 6 more times onstage before the real David and Katie tie the knot in October. These 6 performances will be their last while they’re living, don’t miss this show which was a TimeOutNY Recommended show. Show up at 7:30 before each show or during open hours to view David’s art (mostly paintings of soup) or watch him paint in the window display. Stick around after the ceremony for cake made by David…just David.
Fri September 9th 8:00 PM; doors open 7:30 PM
Sat September 10th 8:00 PM; doors open 7:30 PM
Fri September 16th 8:00 PM; doors open 7:30 PM
Sat September 17th 8:00 PM; doors open 7:30 PM
Fri September 23rd 8:00 PM; doors open 7:30 PM
Sat September 24th 8:00 PM; doors open 7:30 PM
About the Artists
David Carl is an actor/writer/impressionist/solo-performer, known for solo shows like “David Carl’s Celebrity One-Man Hamlet” and “Trump Lear”: two shows that he has taken to Edinburgh Fringe (Underbelly Cowgate and Pleasance Courtyard) and all over the United States including Chicago Shakespeare Theater with Michole Biancosino (frequent collaborator and friend).
The New York Times called David’s Busey Hamlet a “deliciously deranged…head-spinning performance” which received an award for “Overall Excellence in Solo Performance” and an extended run at FringeNYC 2014, and went on to Edinburgh 2015 and national touring dates including Chicago Shakespeare Theater in 2016. In 2016 he received a nomination for Best Solo Show at the NYIT Awards.
The New York Times also called his Trump Lear “quite damning” and “a biting satire”. In 2017 David was a finalist with Trump Lear for the Doric Wilson Independent Playwright Award after a 14 month run at Under St. Marks, before going to Pleasance Courtyard in Edinburgh for 2018/2019 and has toured to Texas and Colorado. Other credits include: The Awesome 80s Prom (Ken Davenport; NYC), Things That Don’t Happen (Project Y; NYC), The 365 Plays (The Public Theater NYC), Missed Connections (Neighborhood Playhouse), UCBHK Maude Night, The Power of Me (The PIT NYC), 200 Impressions in 60 Minutes (Asylum NYC), The Truth About Santa (Theater of the Apes), Divorce (HBO), Mr. Robot (USA), The Enemy Within (NBC), Blue Bloods (CBS), George Clooney’s The Tender Bar, Montauk Same Boat, Guiding Light, All My Children, and dozens of voice-overs for radio, TV, and the Internet.
For more information on David and his work visit his website.
Katie Hartman is an actor, writer and comedian. She can be seen in High Maintenance (HBO), Younger (TV Land), Search Party (TBS) and in the Netflix/Adam Sandler film, “The Week Of.” Festivals include: Just for Laughs Montreal, Edinburgh Fringe, Fringe NYC, DC Fringe, Austin Sketch Fest, Boston Comedy Fest and more. She was a staff writer and performer on the WGA nominated Paid Off with Michael Torpey on truTV. Her web series “Made to Order” was listed as one of “6 Brilliant Web Series” by Marie Claire and her sketch duo Skinny Bitch Jesus Meeting was hailed by Complex Magazine as “One of the Twenty-five Funny People That Should Have Their Own TV Show.” SBJM’s long form sketch show The Underdeveloped and Overexposed Life and Death of Deena Domino was a critical hit at both the DC and NYC Fringe festivals giving it “Critics Pick” from Time Out New York and The Washington Post. Other theater: The Pumpkin Pie Show (Under St. Marks), Flanagan’s Wake (Off Broadway), South by South Death (National Sawdust).
Michole Biancosino is an outside-the-box director, writer, performer, deviser, dramaturg, producer and teacher. She is one of the Co-Founding Artistic Directors of Project Y Theatre, a company that has launched world premieres in NYC, regionally, and internationally. She produces NYC’s Women in Theatre Festival, now in its 8th year. During COVID, she co-created a hybrid streaming theatre in Vermont: Tiny Barn Theatre. Prior collaborations with David Carl include the long-running underground hits, Celebrity One-Man Hamlet and Trump Lear. Recent collaborations include “Same But Different” with dancers Lida Winfield and Christal Brown, “Waves of Gravity” with musician Neel Murgai and artist/animator Seema Lisa Pandya at CultureHub/LaMaMa. MFA in Directing: Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts. She is Assistant Professor of Theatre at Middlebury College.
For more information on Michole and her work visit her website.
Jody Shelton is a music producer, composer, director and musician based in New York City. He has contributed to Sesame Street (HBO, PBS), The President Show (Comedy Central), and The Break With Michelle Wolf (Netflix) and to the musicals 50 Shades! The Musical, The Story of a Story (The Untold Story) (Jeff Award Nominee), Star Wars: The Farce Awakens and The Village of Vale at Lincoln Center. Jody has written and produced music for the podcasts Sunstorm, Thank You For Coming Out, and Peloton – Fitness Flipped, and produced such recording artists as Jen Kwok, Sharell Bryant, Jay Malsky and Daughter & Son. He has served as musical director and director for many shows and theater companies including The Second City, musical improv ensemble Baby Wants Candy, and hiphop improv group North Coast.
Open hours for viewing artwork/watching live painting will begin Wednesday 9/14
Closed Tuesday 9/20