Today’s podcast is part of a double-header! We catch up with New City Stage Company at the close of their season to talk about two productions in repertory, Asymmetric by Mac Rogers and the return of the Fringe Festival hit, Savage/Love and Tonuges by Sam Shepard and Joseph Chaiken. Stay Tuned!
Written by: Mac Rogers
Directed by: Russ Widdall
May 17 to June 10, 2012
The Adrienne Theatre Second Stage
2030 Sansom Street, Philadelphia
There is a mole on the Fifth Floor. Sometimes finding the mole is the easy part. To exterminate a mole takes guts… it takes guile… it takes extreme prejudice. And the only way to come out on top is to be… Asymmetric…
Josh was the top interrogator in an elite anti-terrorist intelligence wing of the CIA until it all fell apart. Now he has one more chance to redeem himself, and to put his life and career back on track. But to do so could mean destroying the only person who ever really mattered to him.
New City is thrilled to close our sixth season with our very first commissioned play – a gut-wrenching espionage thriller from award-winning New York City scribe Mac Rogers.
Tickets and Information: www.newcitystage.org