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Production Information

Bobby Crooks

By John Thomas Waite

Directed by Gregg W. Brevoort

Brooklyn lyceum / swamp king festival
Brooklyn, NY


Bobby Crooks

The Kid

Thug #1

Thug #2

Drew Cortese *

Alex Kaluzhsky 

Gregg W. Brevoort *

Peter Duffy *

*  members of Actors Equity Association

Production Notes

Bobby Crooks is a suspenseful and funny play about a well-dressed man that gets held-up by a street kid. "The Man" proceeds to wrangle his way out of the situation by telling "The Kid" a story of the legendary Bobby Crooks a mythic street punk who had legendary run-ins with other thugs and bullies.  The Man's storytelling has sort of a snake-charming effect on the Kid who soon finds that the tables have turned. Finally, it becomes clear that the Man is none other than Bobby Crooks himself and that the Kid is about to become the victim of one of Bobby's infamous run-ins.

The production featured Drew Cortese in the title role and Alex Kaluzhsky as his would-be assailant.  Also appearing in this production were Peter Duffy and Gregg W. Brevoort.


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