By Joe Orton
Directed by Jesse Berger
“People are profoundly bad, but irresistibly funny.” - Joe Orton
One of the 20th Century’s most subversive comic masterpieces, this “Comedy of Horrors” is a merciless satire of religious hypocrisy, middle-class British morality, and blind faith in authority.
The McLeavy’s are in mourning, but young Hal and his partner-in-crime need someplace to stash their loot. When Scotland Yard’s finest comes sniffing about, no one escapes suspicion, from the naughty nurse to dear old gardening dad. And where did Mrs. McLeavy’s body go? Orton’s wicked stew of Oscar Wilde and Kafka is sexy, sharp-witted, and shocking.
One of the 20th Century’s most subversive comic masterpieces, LOOT, ran for a limited engagement from Jan 9- Feb 9, 2014 at the Lucille Lortel Theatre.
McLeavy | Jarlath Conroy
Fay | Rebecca Brooksher
Hal | Nick Westrate
Dennis | Ryan Garbayo
Truscott | Rocco Sisto
Meadows | Eric Martin Brown
Director | Jesse Berger
Scenic Designer | Narelle Sissons
Costume Designer | Sara Jean Tosetti
Lighting Designer | Scott Zielinski
Sound Designer | Brad Berridge
Dialect Coach | Stephen Gabis
Fight Choreographer | Rick Sordelet
Associate Producer | Craig Baldwin
Production Stage Manager | Mary Spadoni
Casting Directors | Stuart Howard & Paul Hardt