Work=Pain=Success Equals Open-Ended Run at NYC's Kraine, Sept. 27

News   Work=Pain=Success Equals Open-Ended Run at NYC's Kraine, Sept. 27 Work=Pain=Success. Sounds like one of those motivational workplace seminars, right? That's exactly what it is, somewhat. Harry Prichett's one-man show, Work=Pain=Success, plays for an open-ended run at the downtown Manhattan Kraine Theater starting Sept. 27.

Work=Pain=Success. Sounds like one of those motivational workplace seminars, right? That's exactly what it is, somewhat. Harry Prichett's one-man show, Work=Pain=Success, plays for an open-ended run at the downtown Manhattan Kraine Theater starting Sept. 27.

In Work=Pain=Success, Prichett plays the host of this informational seminar with the same title. He also plays 10 other characters in this satire about the twisted work mentality and sacrifices one must make to succeed in the business world of America.

Anna Ivara directs Prichett who has performed with Chicago City Limits touring company among other various television and commercial credits. Work is part of the Red Nights Performance Series. Now in its third year, the open-ended-run based program has featured other acts including Casey Fraser's Why Don't We Bomb the Amish, Rob Mersola's Back Seats and Bathroom Stalls, and Daniel MacIvor's Never Swim Alone.

For your $12 tickets to this seminar show, playing at the Kraine Theater, located at 85 East 4th St. (between Bowery and 2nd Ave.), call (212) 539 7686.

-- by Ernio Hernandez