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WE LEFT OUR LOVE IN DALLAS
The Tank
New York, NY
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WE LEFT OUR LOVE IN DALLAS
WE LEFT OUR LOVE IN DALLAS is a Western-Romance play set in New York City. Barnaby, a proud Texan and last child of the Lone Star State, is the muse of world renowned pastel artist Gerard. Barnaby enjoys their exclusive status as the gallery's sole artistic subject until one day they discover the visage of an imposter adorning its hallowed walls. Enter Lusitania, a dashing French expatriate with a love for New York and what seems to be an even deeper love for Gerard. Assisted by the otherworldly guidance of Big Tex (a 55-foot tall statue overlooking the State Fair of Texas), Barnaby quests to win back Gerard's love and fend off this mysterious newcomer, one whose intentions may be more nefarious than they appear.

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Jacob Grover (Writer) is a writer, actor, and comedian living in Brooklyn. His most recent playwriting credits include Hook Line Sinker (Dixon Place) and Demonstration of a Drunk Driving Accident (Alchemical Theater Lab). Acting credits include Pop Punk High (Le Poisson Rouge), Tim Kaine Sits In Front of a Mirror and Studies His Face (Brick Theater), Blatantly Blaine (The PIT) and The Disembodied Hand That Fisted Everyone To Death (The Reckless Theater). He holds a BFA in playwriting from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. @InGroverWeTrust / www.jacobpgrover.com

Stephanie Wurster (Director) is a New York-based theater director and actor. Her recent directing credits include Hook Like Sinker (Dixon Place), Radium Girls (Players Theatre), The Origen of Love (Dixon Place), and assistant directing Pop Punk High (Le Poisson Rouge). Recent acting credits include Demonstration of a Drunk Driving Accident (Alchemical Theatre Lab) and Space Monkey (Lee Strasberg Institute). She studied at the Lee Strasberg Institute as part of NYUs Tisch School of the Arts Drama Program.

Other Credits:
Artwork: Luke Strickler

Starring:
Jacob Grover
Ayo Edebiri
Alex Might
Alex Mutti

Location

The Tank (View)
312 West 36th Street
New York, NY 10018
United States


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Dog Friendly: Yes!
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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