Cale—who has authored and performed in such works as Lillian, Somebody Else's House, Deep in a Dream of You, The Nature of Things, Smooch Music, and Betwixt—will pack his latest with stories of "a married woman who considers making Viagra Brownies to seduce her neighbor; a wife whose poodle obsession gets out of hand; and two straight actors who loathe each other and are then cast as gay lovers in a TV movie." Theatregoers are also familiar with Cale from his acting appearances in such Off-Broadway New Group presentations as Curtains, My Night With Reg and The Fastest Clock In The Universe.
Dixon Place, which has a long history of nurturing talent, was once located on Allen Street in the Lower East Side. Since losing its space, the company has presented work at a variety of locales, while it waits to open a new permanent space sometime in 2005.
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