Luigi Jannuzzi

Award Winning Comedy Playwright & Educator

Director: Branan Whitehead (left) & Playwright: Luigi Jannuzzi (right)

BRANAN WHITEHEAD(Director/​Co-Producer) Branan is originally from a small town in Southeastern Kentucky. His theatrical career began at the age of nine and has taken him through Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio, Virginia, West Virginia, Indiana, Illinois, Texas and, finally, New York. His directing credits include Stephen Hill's The Woman in Black, Lee Blessing's Cobb, James McLure's Laundry & Bourbon and Lone Star and (of course) MacBeth. Branan is also a member of the Dramatists' Guild and his play, The Education of Rebecca, will receive its World Premiere as part of the NYC Fringe Festival this August.

PLAYS

Full Length Plays
Published by SamuelFrench.com
    (5 One Acts & 3 Monologues)
      Based on
        THE LIFE OF ELVIS PRESLEY
          told through the eyes of 17 WOMEN:
            Some Enthralled,
              Some Appalled,...
                ALL OBSESSED!
Published by SamuelFrench.com
    (7 One Act Comedies & 6 Monologues) Based on 50 + Works of ART at the METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART in NEW YORK CITY
Published by SamuelFrench.com
Published by SamuelFrench.com
One Act Plays
Published by SamuelFrench.com
Published by SamuelFrench.com
Published by SamuelFrench.com
Published by SamuelFrench.com
Works On The Way: New Plays
(11 Comedic One Acts, 6 Monologues) ********The Life of an Actress ********** **told through the eyes of 25 Women. **
(4 ONE ACT COMEDIES)
    ACT ONE:
      "A BENCH AT THE EDGE"
          ACT TWO:
            "GALILEO versus SISTER VICTORIOUS"
              "THE APPOINTMENT"
                "FRAMED"
The Play that proves
    that the last great decision
      that you made in your life
        was based on a KISS
          ...or a SLAP!
How funny is molecular movement?
    Have you been to the
      Dwarf planet Cafe?
        Quantum laughs await in this new
          collection of 12 one act comedies
            about Science!
(8 One Act Comedies, 4 Monologues)
    Based on LOVE and 50+ Works of ART at the METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART in NEW YORK CITY.
X: THE METROPOLITAN THEATRE COMPANY
Y: Family in the Theatre

THE METROPOLITAN THEATRE COMPANY
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CAST of ALL THE KING'S WOMEN

JESSICA ASCH
Jessica is thrilled to be a part of the Midtown International Theatre Festival. She is a member of Developing Artists Theater Company and a graduate of the University of the Arts. Most recently completed working on [Oscar winner] Davis Guggenheim's, Gracie. Thank you to Branan and Luigi for this great opportunity.

ALISHA CAMPBELL
Alisha is thrilled to be a part of All the King's Women and to work with Branan again, especially in the MITF…many thanks! She is originally from Houston and received her BFA in Acting from The University of Texas – Austin. Alisha was fortunate to experience several years of regional theatre, national tours, and cruise ships and is excited to now be working locally. Her most recent favorite role is Lois Coleman in CORE Theatre Company’s production of Wonder of the World at the Lion theatre on Theatre Row. You can also catch Alisha in CORE’s production of Lilith September 7- 23rd at Access Theatre. She is honored to be a founding member of CORE Theatre Company as well as a member of the Aurora Theatre Ensemble. Alisha lives on the Upper West Side with her husband, Andrew and their cat, Sancho.

REBECCA BATEMAN
Rebecca Bateman most recently appeared in the Visible Theater’s True Story Project: SEX. Favorite roles include Thomasina in Arcadia and Rose in Pinter’s short play The Room. She studied acting in London at the British American Drama Academy, at Shakespeare & Co. as a member of the Young Company, and in New York City for two years with James Brill. She graduated from Barnard College with a degree in English and Theater. She is a member of the Visible Theater Lab and she teaches Yoga in Manhattan and Brooklyn. She is a rock and roll enthusiast and is thrilled to act in a show inspired by the King.

CRAIG CLARY
Craig Clary: Recent NY theatre: The Lion in Winter, Julius Caesar, and Looking for the Pony. Regional theatre: Macbeth at the Carolinian Shakespeare Festival, Romeo and Juliet at the Austin Shakespeare Festival, and a stage adaptation of The Master and Margarita at the Gaslight Theatre in Austin. Craig received his BFA in Acting from The University of Mississippi in Oxford, 45 miles from Elvis' birthplace in Tupelo.