Playwright Daniel McCoy’s new play, Perfect Teeth is currently running at Theaterlab in mid-town Manhattan. The drama is directed by David Hilder.
Kyle and Dylan hooked up several months ago after a few too many drinks. Now they’re meeting for the first time since that night, and an unexpected accusation pits both men against each other in a struggle for dignity, status and control. As the two men find themselves unable, or unwilling, to escape each other’s orbits, they are forced to decide if “what happened” in the past really matters when the present stakes are high enough.
Perfect Teeth stars Maxwell Eddy (Shows for Days/Lincoln Center) and Jose Joaquin Perez (2015 Drama Desk Nomination/My Manana Comes).
Remaining Performance Dates:
- Wednesday August 1 @ 7:30 pm
- Friday August 3 @ 7:30 pm
- Saturday August 4 @ 9:00 pm
- Thursday August 9 @ 7:30 pm
- Saturday August 11 @ 6:00 pm
- Sunday August 12 @ 3:00 pm
More info available at www.perfectpixplays.com
The Creative team includes lighting design by Cecilia Durbin, sound design by Emily Auciello, costume design by Liam O’Brien, scenic/properties design by Sarah Pencheff, stage management by Phoebe Duncan (Perfect Teeth), company/house manager Sarah Livant. Erin Cronican is the Creative Producer, Lauren Parrish serves as the Production Manager.
Performances take place at Theaterlab, 357 West 36th Street (between 8th and 9th avenues), 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10018. Subways: 1, 2, 3, A, C, E to 34th Street. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at www.perfectpixplays.com/tickets. Running time: 60 minutes.
Daniel McCoy (Playwright) is a performer and playwright based in New York City. His plays include Dick Pix, Perfect Teeth, Nothing Beyond the Light Matters, Four and Twenty Draculas, Cleave, and Epimythium. Daniel’s work has been produced and developed with Theaterlab, Primary Stages, Dreamwell Theatre, Project Y Theatre, IATI Theatre, Dutch Kills Theatre, Simple Machine Theatre, and Source Theatre Festival. He is an alumni member of the Project Y Playwrights Group and the Cimentos Play Development Program at IATI Theatre. Daniel has written and performed as an ensemble member of the New York Neo-Futurists since 2009 and has toured nationally and internationally with the company. Daniel is a graduate of the Rita and Burton Goldberg MFA Playwriting Program at Hunter College, where he studied with playwrights Tina Howe and Arthur Kopit and dramaturg Mark Bly. He was twice awarded the Vera Mowry Roberts Fellowship and received a production grant from the Anne Freedman Foundation. He directs every spring for the Writopia Lab Worldwide Plays Festival, showcasing the work of young playwrights. www.newplayexchange.org/users/3515/daniel-mccoy
David Hilder (Perfect Teeth Director) has directed numerous productions in New York and Regionally including three plays at TBG Arts Center including the World Premieres of Jumping Blind and Daddy, and the New York Premiere of Martin Casella’s Scituate. For Reverie Productions, User 927 (HERE Arts Center) and Ping Pong Diplomacy (59E59). David was the Associate Director on the Roundabout Theatre’s production of Death Takes a Holiday and Manhattan Theatre Company’s The Royal Family. Education: Hunter College (MFA Playwriting), the University of Pennsylvania, and the O’Neill Center’s National Theater Institute. David is also an award-winning playwright and recovering actor. www.davidhilder.com
Theaterlab is an artistic laboratory dedicated to research into the nature of live performance. Through the development of new and experimental work, including theater, music, and visual arts, Theaterlab supports New York City’s diverse community of artists as well as the general public interested in seeing emerging new work.
TLAB SHARES invites guest artists to produce their work in our space at affordable rates. Theaterlab reviews and selects all TLAB SHARES artists based on the Company’s compatibility with Theaterlab’s mission and aesthetic, a proven history of artistically and aesthetically ambitious productions, and a vision for utilizing our white box Theater in a way that supports and elevates their work. www.theaterlabnyc.com