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Rarely seen Strindberg play, ‘The Father’, a diabolical battle of the sexes, is presented by Strindberg Rep at historic Gene Frankel Theatre NYC

NEW YORK, N.Y., Nov. 19, 2018 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — LanDan Consulting announces that Brad Fryman is taking on the title role in Robert Greer’s new translation of August Strindberg’s “The Father” at Strindberg Rep, at historic Gene Frankel Theatre NYC.

A bleak glimpse at life in the wake of a dystopic presidency, in Natalie Menna’s absurdist comedy ‘Occasionally Nothing’

NEW YORK, N.Y., Aug. 31, 2018 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — LanDan Consulting announces that Brad Fryman is taking on the role of Harry in “Occasionally Nothing” by Natalie Menna and directed by Ivette Dumeng for Strindberg Rep at the Dream Up Festival at Theatre for the New City (Artistic Director, Crystal Field).

Provocative film maker, Theo Van Gogh exposed in Altruistic Theatre’s World Premiere production of ‘Committed’ by Natalie Menna

NEW YORK, N.Y., Sept. 12, 2017 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — LanDan Consulting announces that Brad Fryman is taking on the role of Theo Van Gogh in the World Premiere play “Committed” by Natalie Menna and directed by Brock Harris for the Altruistic Theatre Company. “Committed” is a work of historical fiction about the last two days of Dutch filmmaker Theo Van Gogh’s life before his murder. (*UPDATED*)

Enchanting evening of outdoor Shakespeare awaits at Old Stone House in Brooklyn as Brad Fryman takes on Sir Toby Belch

NEW YORK, N.Y., Aug. 2, 2016 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — LanDan Consulting announces that Brad Fryman (Artistic Director – Oberon Theatre) takes on the role of Toby Belch in South Brooklyn Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night” directed by Paul Molnar and Dee Byrd-Molnar. Recent appearances include: the world premiere of Chris Boal’s “Pimm’s Mission,” directed by Terry O’Brien at 59e59, “A Wilder Christmas” under the helm of Dan Wackerman, and “The Drawer Boy” directed by Alex Dinelaris at the SoHo PlayHouse.