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Geraldine Realigned Drives from Gay Place to Gay Place and You’re in the Car Too

Created by Cam Cronin and Billy McEntee

February 24 - February 25


The Brick presents
Geraldine Realigned Drives from Gay Place to Gay Place and You’re in the Car Too
Created by Cam Cronin and Billy McEntee
February 24 and 25, 2023

See America’s great gayborhoods with Geraldine Realigned in 60 minutes flat! Should anything go awry, Geraldine’s alter ego — a consultant named Cam, far less zany — will be on hand to course correct, and maybe chitchat about identity formation. Buckle up for a queer road trip that’s one helluva tour (de force).

Creator/Writer – Billy McEntee
Creator/Performer – Cam Cronin
Director – Ryan Dobrin
Scenic and Costume Designer – Rodrigo Hernandez Martinez
Light and Sound Designer – Nick Auer
Video Designer – Claire A. Talbott
Director of Photography – Catalina Kulczar
Stage Manager – Kim Golding

Get a tune up, fill ’er up, and buckle up: Geraldine Realigned is taking you on the road to see America’s Great Gayborhoods! Or…that was her plan, until car woes, detours, and restaurant chains stole her off the main drag. Clumsy and kaleidoscopic, Geraldine’s trip yields data that a consultant named Cam harnesses as research to understand how we form a self. A queer pilgrimage-turned-presentation-turned-performance, Cam and Geraldine’s communion with their audience illuminates how we get to where we want to go.

Cam Cronin (Creator/Performer, he/him) is a New York artist by way of Boston. He’s written for Observer and The Brooklyn Rail, assistant directed for David R. Gammons at SpeakEasy Stage Company, and performed in multiple shows with Shit-Faced Shakespeare and Imaginary Beasts. He appeared in the short film Lindsay Lindsey Lyndsey.

Billy McEntee (Creator/Writer, he/him) is a Brooklyn-based writer. As an arts journalist, he’s contributed to The Washington Post, San Francisco Chronicle, Vanity Fair, and others. He’s the inaugural ATCA Terry Helbing Fellow and the Theater Editor at The Brooklyn Rail. His first short film Lindsay Lindsey Lyndsey is now streaming. billymcentee.com

Ryan Dobrin (Director, he/him) is a queer, biracial New York-based director and one of the Producing Artistic Leaders of the Obie Award-winning The Movement Theatre Company. Previous fellowships include The Drama League, Playwrights Horizons, Manhattan Theatre Club, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Roundabout’s Directors Group, and Ars Nova. ryandobrin.com

Rodrigo Hernandez Martinez (Scenic and Costume Designer, they/he) is a designer from Cancun and Mexico City currently based in NYC. Recently worked at Profile Theatre, OR; Northern Stage, VT; New York Children’s Theatre at Theatre Row, NYC; the Kitchen Theatre in Ithaca, NY; and Cape Fear Regional Theatre in Cape Fear, NC. Proud member of Wingspace Theatrical Design, La Gente: The Latinx Theatre Design Network, and Colegio Mexicano de Diseño Escénico.

Nick Auer (Light and Sound Designer, he/him) is a designer, director, and experience designer. His work aims to forge new relationships between audiences and live performance. He is co-founder of The Brouhaha Theatre Project, named one of No Proscenium’s Top Immersive Theatre Companies to Watch. Nick is also a professional stage manager and production manager. nickauer.com

Claire A. Talbott (Video Designer, she/her). Recent work: Justin Bieber’s JUSTICE International Arena Tour (Comp Artist, Possible Productions), the 2022 League of Legends World Championship Opening Ceremony (Associate Producer/Comp Artist, Possible Productions), Dear Mom, Sorry For Being A Bitch (Projection Designer, Soho Playhouse). Upcoming: Quills Fest (3D artist, Oregon Shakespeare Festival) and Daddy Yankee’s La Ultima Vuelta World Tour (Associate Designer, Fragment 9). claireatalbott.com

Catalina Kulczar (Director of Photography) is an award-winning, multiplatform filmmaker and photographer. Her film and photographs are animated, honest, and connected, often exploring women’s roles in contemporary work and society. Her work has been published in The New York Times and National Geographic, among others.

Kim Golding (Stage Manager, she/her) is a director, producer, and performance maker from Bronx, New York. In 2021, Kim was a NYFA City Artist Corps Grantee. She has worked at MoMA, Clubbed Thumb, Playwrights Horizons, NYTW, WP Theater, The Brick, Dixon Place, The New Ohio, The Bushwick Starr, Ars Nova, Yale Cabaret, and others.


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In consideration for the health and safety or our staff members, artists, and audiences, The Brick remains committed to maintaining vaccination requirements and mask mandates for our in-person presentations for the foreseeable future. We ask that all audience members remain masked. All staff and performers will be vaccinated; performers may not be masked. Audience can provide proof of vaccination with a government issued I.D. along with a physical copy or picture of your COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card, the NYC COVID Safe App or the New York State Excelsior Pass. Please be patient with staff.



February 24, 2023
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm


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