Padraic Lillis & Lee Kaplan

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Padraic Lillis & Lee Kaplan
  • Language: eng
  • Published: 20 Nov 2017
  • Duration: 01:21:03

Padraic Lillis is the founding Artistic Director of The Farm Theater.

Lee Kaplan iOS an Actor, writer and Voice Over Artist.

 

Padraic is directing Lee in his solo performance of the autobiographical play, "Bully" 

 

Find info about our guests and the show, including where and when to see it here:

 

https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3096027

 

and here:

 

http://www.bullytheshow.com

 

and here:

 

http://www.padraiclillis.com/Home_Page.html

 

and here:

 

http://www.leejkaplan.com

 

Here's a little bit about Padraic from his Bio:

 

adraic Lillis is the founding Artistic Director of The Farm Theater. The Farm Theater’s name inspired by the ‘farm’ system of baseball cultivates early career artists through workshops, productions, and artists. As aplaywright,has been producednationwideand are published with Dramatists Plays Services and Indie Theater Now. Most recently he was awarded the Planet Advocate and Best Solo Show for his solo show on suicide awareness, Hope You Get To Eleven or What are we going to do about Sally? His play Pooter McGraw Is Not Dead Party was produced at Kansas University. His film Hand Over Hand, which he wrote and directed, was awarded Best Short Film at the Milan International Film Festival. His play Lights Up On The Fade Out was awarded top ten plays of 2011 in Los Angeles. His other plays, Two Thirds Home was produced in New York by the Broken Watch Theater, and Ronnie’s Mask was produced in Chicago at the Steppenwolf Performance Garage. His solo show How to Survive Crack Addiction was produced in New York at Art/NY. As a director he has been awarded the NY IT Award for Outstanding Director for Lindsay Joy’s Rise and Fall of a Teenage Cyberqueen, Overall Excellence in Directing Award from NY International Fringe Festival for Lee Kaplan’s Bully, Outstanding Director at PlanetConnectionsTheatre Festivity for Valerie David’s The Pink Hulk. Padraic has taught with NYU’s Department of Dramatic Writing, is a member of The Labyrinth Theater Company and a lifelong Yankee fan.

 

Here's a little bit about Lee from his Bio:

 

Selected NYC credits: Off-Broadway - "Penny Penniworth," "Bully" (Awarded Best Direction at FringeNYC). New York Theatre - "Overruled", Shiyr Productions Film/TV - "Attempt to Rise," "Work in Progress," "Grand Theft Auto V," "Saving Unicorns," "Justice Woman." Voiceover - Baskin-Robbins, Nissan, Pep Boys, Little Debbie, Tommy Hilfiger. National and Regional campaigns. Awards - "Best Film Premiere" for "Attempt to Rise" at the Hudson Valley International Film Festival; "Best Dramedy Actor" for "Justice Woman" at the Rome Web Awards. Training - William Esper Conservatory Graduate.