The Telegram 2

Ego Actus presented a second production of The Telegram by Aldo Nicolaj, directed by Joan Kane. The show opened May 27, 2016 at Divadlo Inspirace in the Prague Fringe Festival. Description An unemployed actor meets a friend who will be directing a major movie. The director tells him to go home and wait for a telegram […]

Louise in Charlestown

Ego Actus presented Louise in Charlestown by Penny Jackson, directed by Joan Kane. The show opened October 19, 2015 at Theatre Row in the United Solo Festival. Description Louise in Charlestown is a drama about racism and forgiveness in Boston during the turbulent era of forced integration. Twelve-year-old Patty, an Irish-American girl, has a new […]

The Telegram

Ego Actus presented The Telegram by Aldo Nicolaj, directed by Joan Kane. The show opened September 19, 2015 at Theatre Row in the United Solo Festival. Description An unemployed actor meets a friend who will be directing a major movie. The director tells him to go home and wait for a telegram with travel instructions. He […]

I Know What Boys Want 2

Ego Actus presented a second Equity Showcase Code production of I Know What Boys Want by Penny Jackson, directed by Joan Kane. The show opened March 28, 2013 at The Lion Theater at Theatre Row. Description A prep school girl discovers that this week’s Internet sensation is a video of her having sex. She is […]

Kafka’s Belinda

Ego Actus presented Kafka’s Belinda by J.B. Alexander and Bruce A! Kraemer, directed by Joan Kane. The show opened May 22, 2015 at the Museum of Alchemists in Prague, Czech Republic in the Prague Fringe Festival. Description Franz Kafka and girlfriend Dora Diamont were walking through a park in Berlin when they met Lissette, a […]

Are You Better Than An American?!?

Ego Actus presented Are You Better Than An American?!?  by Nick Palladino and Dev Brand. The show opened August 2, 2014 in the Back room of Opium Nightclub in the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Description Americans are gun-loving, hand-shaking, loud, dismissive, patronizing, patriotic, and proud of it. This comedic and interactive variety show invites audience members […]

what do you mean 2

Ego Actus presented a second production of what do you mean by Bruce A! Kraemer, directed by Joan Kane. The show opened July 21, 2014 at 59e59 Theaters and July 30, 2014 at Spotlights at Merchants Hall in the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Description Everyone who has seen a play thinks they can write one, but […]

The Tragedy of Dandelion

Ego Actus presented an Equity Showcase Code production of The Tragedy of Dandelion by Duncan Pflaster, directed by Joan Kane. The show opened May 22, 2014 at Urban Stages. Description The Princess Dandelion dresses as a boy in order to escape her rapist and would-be husband, along the way falling in love with another princess, […]

The Metamorphosis

Ego Actus presented The Metamorphosis written and performed by J.B. Alexander, directed by Joan Kane. The show opened May 23, 2014 at Kavárna 3+1, in Prague, Czech Republic in the Prague Fringe Festival. Description In a monologue J.B. Alexander shares his meditation on loneliness, failure, success and identity. A 38 year old, lonely, Jewish, writer, […]