TECH SUPPORT, written and directed by Debra Whitfield, had its Off-Broadway premiere at 59E59 Theaters from August, 29–September 21, 2019.
Life has become too complicated for technophobe and antique book seller, Pamela Stark. Pam's world is soon turned upside down when, instead of providing assistance with her printer, the tech support guy, "Chip," offers her choices for different centuries. In each era, this reluctant time-traveler saves lives, as she is hurled from decade to decade. Pam's emotional and witty journey finally ends with one last rescue--her own.
The cast of TECH SUPPORT:
RYAN AVALOS (All the Chips) is a New York based actor from Miami, Florida. Proud alum of Carnegie Mellon University. He has recently been on the New York stage in a production of In The Closet at Theatre Row. You may have also seen Ryan on FX’s "FOSSE/VERDON." He is so excited to join this production of Tech Support and work with this fabulous team!
LEANNE CABRERA (Maisie/Lupé) is excited to be time traveling with Chatillion Stage Company. NY Theatre: Eve Ensler's Emotional Creature at the Signature Theatre; Pan Asian Rep: The Emperor's Nightingale, No-No Boy, A Dream of Red Pavilions; Leviathan Lab: The Two Gentlemen of Verona, As You Like It. Regional Theatre: The Fantasticks, The King and I, Jewtopia, South Pacific. leannecabrera.com
LAURIEL FRIEDMAN (Grace/Tori) is thrilled to be working with Chatillion Stage Company again, where she last appeared in FIRE at Theatre 54. Recently, Lauriel performed in The Immigrant at George Street Playhouse. Other NYC credits include the Pearl Theatre Company productions of The Winter's Tale, The Dingdong, and Kate Hamill's premiere of Vanity Fair. Regional appearances include The Diary of Anne Frank (Shakespeare Theatre of NJ), and Pride and Prejudice and Peter Piper (Guthrie Theater). Lauriel received her B.F.A. from the Guthrie Theater, studied Shakespeare at The Globe, and Lecoq Movement at the London International School for Performing Arts. laurielfriedman.com
MARK LOTITO (Charlie/Joe/Biff) recently appeared at 59E59 in Willy Holtzman’s Smart Blonde. A veteran of ten Broadway shows, he originated the role of Gyp DeCarlo in Jersey Boys, played Tevye in Fiddler, Max in The Producers, worked twice with his mentor the great Gerald Gutierrez on The Most Happy Fella and Dinner At Eight, Squash in Victor/Victoria, Marie Christine, Betrayal (with Juliette Binoche), the Wizard in Boys From Syracuse, and The Smell Of The Kill. He has been seen on many stages. Film and TV credits include recent work on "High Maintenance," "Instinct," "The Loudest Voice," "Wu-Tang: An American Saga," and the upcoming "Joker" and "The Outside Story." He lives in Brooklyn with his wife and two sons.
MARGOT WHITE (Pamela) Favorite credits include: Broadway: Farinelli & the King (Belasco); Love, Love, Love (Roundabout); Constellations (MTC), Aaron Sorkin’s The Farnsworth Invention; Off-Broadway & Regional: Dirty Dancing (Tour); Oh My, Goodness (E.S.T, Dir William Carden); Pericles (Red Bull); Unspeakable (Harlem’s Apollo); Sweat (Pioneer Theatre); Talley’s Folly (The McCarter w/ Richard Schiff); Romeo & Juliet (Great Lakes Theatre, Dir Daniel Fish). TV/Film/Podcast: "Unforgettable," “L&O,""L&O: CI,” "Blue Bloods," "Limetown,” "Ask for Jane." She also founded & created her baking company, Sweets of Adversity, which designs edible props for Broadway, along with customized treats for special events. sweetsofadversity.com Many thanks to Debra et tout!
TECH SUPPORT Creative and Production Team
NATALIE TAYLOR HART / Scenic Design
JANICE O’DONNELL / Costume Design
DEBORAH CONSTANTINE / Lighting Design
ED MATTHEW / Sound Design
CARLENE STOBER / Sound Consultant
ELLIOTT FORREST / Projection Design
INGA THRASHER / Hair & Make-up Design
CYRUS NEWITT / Prop Master
STEPHANIE KLAPPER, CSA / Casting
ROBERT LACONI / Associate Producer
ERIC HAFEN / Production Manager
EMELY ZEPEDA / Production Stage Manager
BONNIE McHEFFEY / Assistant Stage Mgr.
ANDREW ELLIOT / Technical Director
Chatillion Stage Company is a dynamic new Off-Broadway theatre troupe committed to producing relevant, original works, both plays and musicals, as well as the classics. Chatillion Stage is especially interested in pieces that explore the female experience, whether in an historical setting or in a more contemporary environment. FIRE, by Artistic Director, Debra Whitfield, was the debut production of Chatillion Stage Company.