Throat, About a Marine's Life After Iraq, Begins NYC Run May 14

News   Throat, About a Marine's Life After Iraq, Begins NYC Run May 14 INTAR and Rough Theatrical Productions will present Mando Alvarado's drama about an Iraq War veteran in Manhattan, Throat, May 14-30 at the company's 52nd Street Space Off-Broadway.

Michael Ray Escamilla directs a cast that includes Raul Castillo, Lilli Zaunner and Juan Francisco Villa. According to INTAR, Throat "follows Cesar Rodriguez, a former Marine who steps off the plane from Iraq and ends up on New York's Upper East Side. He's trying to put the war behind him but he knows that promises made must be fulfilled. With the help of his best friend, a therapist, and love stricken pigeons in the park, Cesar goes to war with the demons of the past and the only victor is the truth."

The production will have set design by Raul Abrego, lighting design by Rich Fisher and sound design by Dave Rife.

First written in 2005, Throat has been developed as part of the Page-to-Stage Festival at the Kennedy Center and at the Kitchen of the Roundhouse Theatre.

For tickets, priced $10, phone (212) 695-6134. INTAR's 52nd Street Space is located at 500 W. 52nd Street, between 10th and 11th Avenues.

For further information visit INTARTheatre.