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Opening Night At Jonah and Otto

Opening Night At Jonah and Otto
Sean Gormley, Rupert Simonian

Sean Gormley and Rupert Simonian

Last night Robert Holman’s riveting drama Jonah and Otto swam across the pond and opened at The Lion on Theatre Row. This show is a master class in acting, handled by two exquisite actors Sean Gormley and Rupert Simonian. This is a DO NOT MISS!

Sean Gormley, Rupert Simonian

Sean Gormley and Rupert Simonian

Sean Gormley, Rupert Simonian

Sean Gormley, Rupert Simonian

Sean Gormley, Rupert Simonian

Sean Gormley, Rupert Simonian

Sean Gormley, Rupert Simonian, Robert Holman

Sean Gormley, Robert Holman, Rupert Simonian

Sean Gormley, Rupert Simonian

Sean Gormley, Rupert Simonian

Sean Gormley, Richard LaGravenese, Geraldine Hughes, Rupert Simonian

Sean Gormley, Don Birge, Geraldine Hughes, Rupert Simonian

Sean Gormley, Richard LaGravenese, Geraldine Hughes, Rupert Simonian

Sean Gormley, Don Birge, Geraldine Hughes, Rupert Simonian

Sean Gormley

Kate Bashore, Kat West,Sean Gormley, Taylor Thomson, Rupert Simonian

Sean Gormley, Geraldine Hughes, Rupert Simonian

Sean Gormley, Geraldine Hughes, Rupert Simonian

 Jonah and Otto

The whole production team for Jonah and Otto

Jane Houdyshell, Geraldine Hughes, Carol Kane

Jane Houdyshell, Geraldine Hughes, Carol Kane

Elaine Joyce

Elaine Joyce

Elaine Joyce

Noah Robbins, Elaine Joyce

Noah Robbins, Elaine Joyce

Noah Robbins, Elaine Joyce

Noah Robbins, Elaine Joyce

Jane Howdeshell, Carol Kane

Jane Houdyshell, Carol Kane

Charlotte Moore

Charlotte Moore

Charlotte Moore

Charlotte Moore and friend

Robert Holman

Robert Holman and Otto

Rupert Simonian and friend

Rupert Simonian and Evan Gambardella

Sean Gormley, Geraldine Hughes, Rupert Simonian

The producers, cast and director

Jonah and Otto

Nick Micozzi, Jackson Micozzi (The most beautiful baby), Kelly Hayes Micozzi, Steven Klein

David McElwee

David McElwee

 

 

 

 

Off Broadway

Suzanna, co-owns and publishes the newspaper Times Square Chronicles or T2C. At one point a working actress, she has performed in numerous productions in film, TV, cabaret and theatre. She has performed at The New Orleans Jazz festival, The United Nations and Carnegie Hall. Currently she has a screenplay in the works, which she developed with her mentor and friend the late Arthur Herzog. She was the Broadway Informer on the all access cable TV Show “The New Yorkers,” soon to be “The Tourist Channel.” email: suzanna@t2conline.com

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