LAByrinth Theater Company Readies Carlo Alban's Solo Intríngulis

News   LAByrinth Theater Company Readies Carlo Alban's Solo Intríngulis The LAByrinth Theater Company has announced a director and dates for its upcoming world-premiere developmental production of Carlo Alban's Intríngulis.

David Anzuelo will direct the solo show that is scheduled to begin March 26 and play five performances through April 9 at The Public Theater's Martinson Hall.

Alban inhabits a neighborhood in his solo piece: "Novelist, sniper, television personality, delinquent youth. Window washer, tourist, Beelzebub, idealist youth. Vigilante, rock star wannabe, minuteman, apolitical youth. Illegal immigrant." This previous Barn Series work — which centers around "the story of Carlo's family and their move from Ecuador to the United States when Carlo was seven" — now undergoes a developmental production.

Alban appeared as an actor in LAByrinth runs of Jose Rivera's References to Salvador Dali Make Me Hot, John Patrick Shanley's A Winter's Party and Stephen Belber's A Small Melodramatic Story. He is known for his six-year stint on the television show "Sesame Street." Other credits for the LAB company member include "Strangers with Candy," "21 Grams," "Law & Order," "Touched by an Angel" and "Thicker than Blood."

LAB will next present the world premiere of Bob Glaudini's Jack Goes Boating, starting Feb. 27. Peter DuBois directs a cast including Philip Seymour Hoffman, Daphne Rubin-Vega, John Ortiz and Beth Cole. The troupe's 15th anniversary season will continue with Eric Bogosian's This Is Now! penned with musician-composer Elliott Sharp as well as a developmental production of Andrea Ciannavei's Pretty Chin Up.

Tickets ($25) are now available for Intríngulis at the Public Theater, 425 Lafayette Street, by calling (212) 967-7555. For more information visit labtheater.org.