Rebecca Kane is a playwright and stage manager based in Astoria, Queens. Raised in South Florida, she began stage managing and playwriting in high school. She moved to Orlando to study stage management and creative writing at University of Central Florida, where she also worked at the Orlando International Fringe Festival and had multiple plays produced through student theatre group Project Spotlight. Her parody, Almost Maimed, was a Regional finalist in the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. Since moving to New York City, some of her work credits include Atlantic Theater Company, The Juilliard School, and 90210 The Musical!. She has independently produced a series of her own staged readings in the West Village. Winterfest 2018 will be her first major original production in New York. More information on her plays can be found at https://newplayexchange.org/users/16500/rebecca-kane
After Hours is about to make their big break by making a song with the marginally more popular band The Intimates. Then the lyricist of After Hours catches the frontman of The Intimates committing assault… at least, he thinks so. He has one beer-fueled night to figure out if the possible crime and questionable consent is enough to throw away their shot.
After Hours: Hudson Guild Theater, 441 West 26th St., Feb. 1 at 6.15 pm; Feb. 2 at 6:15 pm; and Feb. 4 at 8.30 pm