BRAD FRYMAN
AEA/SAG-AFTRA
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“Fryman finds the dry sense of humor in his character.“ - The New York Times

"Excellent." Huffington Post

“This is a brilliant work” - NYC Stage Review

“Artfully directed by Alexander Dinelaris, Jr.” – NYC Stage Review

"Brad Fryman seethes with repressed passion"  - Backstage

"We should thank Alexander Dinelaris for directing with his heart as well as his skills because something off center wonderful like this show doesn’t just happen. It’s a gem example of the best in collaborative art effort."  -TheatreScene.net

"Rebecca Lord-Surratt’s wonderful set manages simultaneously to conjure the confines of a small farmhouse and the vastness of the Canadian prairie."  -Backstage

"Rather than taking our local theaters to task for overlooking it, I prefer to thank the Oberon Theatre Ensemble for finally bringing us this satisfying and moving play." - Backstage


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Fryma

Stage Manager: Jenna Lazar

Assistant Stage Manager: Martine Berkowtz

Sound Designer: Nick Moore

Sets and Costumes: Darby Kram

Lighting Designer: Aaron Gonzalez

In the Dorothy Strelsin Theatre at the Abingdon Theatre Complex

312 W. 36th St 1st Floor

Mon. July 16 7:30pm

Sat. July 21 6:15pm

Mon. July 23 7:15pm

Sat. July 28 4:45pm

Thurs. Aug. 2  7:30pm


 
n joins the cast of Comedy of Errors
 
 
Recent shows and eventss
 


Monday, April 25 at 8pm at The Lambs 3W 51st St
A Reading

THE GIANT
by Chris Boal
Directed by Mark Karafin

Christopher Boal's biting new comedy, the 2nd in the NY Trilogy, explores the wages of money, fame, family values and pets, as a fully dysfunctional theatrical family gather for a Christmas holiday meal.
Featuring: 
Austin Pendleton and Judith Roberts
with
Ryan Tramont
Wrenn Schmidt
Brigitte Choura
Brad Fryman

A Reading
Twelve Angry Men at the players. Juror #3

The Spanish Tragedy
by Thomas Kyd reading directed by Matt Rauch at RedBull Theater Featuring: Michael Stuhlberg,
 John Douglas Thompson, Jonathan Fried, Vivienne Benesch, Paul Niebanck, and Maria Dizzia

 
Order by Christopher Stetson Boal directed by Austin Pendleton
  "Priceless. . . hilariously played." NYTimes

 
 "All acting is superb." Oscar E Moore TALK ENTERTAINMENT


American Rapture with works by Alex Dinelaris and William Saroyan directed by Alex Dinelaris


 
Merry Wives of Windsor directed by Cara Reichel at Theatre Row
 

Brad Fryman