• No End of Blame: SCENES OF OVERCOMING

    By Howard Barker
    Directed by Richard Romagnoli

    “Superb performances! ★★★★!”
    –Time Out New York

    A vivid, epic portrayal of the combustible relationship between the artist and the state. Bela Veracek is a political cartoonist, provocateur, and immigrant constantly in search of freedom. NO END OF BLAME is Shakespearean in scope, visceral, humorous, and raw.

  • Bela……………………Alex Draper*

    Grigor, Deeds……………David Barlow *

    2nd Comrade, Stringer, Dockerill,
    1st Airman………………Christopher Marshall*

    Russian Officer, 1st Comrade,
    Hoogstraten, Lowry,
    Bilwitz, Diver…………………Jonathan Tindle*

    5th Comrade, 1st Customs Officer,
    GPU Man…………………Christo Grabowski*

    Stella, 4th Comrade,
    Tea Lady, Dr. Glasson…………Valerie Leonard*

    Ilona……………………………Stephanie Janssen*

    Mic, 2nd Customs Officer,
    Strubenzee…………………Nicholas Hemerling

    Soldiers, Art Students, Air Men And Women, Nurses…………………Alexander Burnett, Christo Grabowski, Steven Medina, Nicholas Hemerling, Shannon Gibbs, Gabrielle Owens, Ashley Michelle


    Director: Richard Romagnoli

    Stage Manager: Eric Conner Marlin*

    Assistant Stage Manager: Devin Wein*

    Assistant to the Stage Manager: Victoria Isquith*


    *Actors' Equity Association


    Set: Mark Evancho

    Lighting: Hallie Zieselman

    Costumes: Danielle Nieves

    Sound: Seth Clayton

  • “PTP/NYC presents a powerful burst of counter-programming to New York's summer silliness. One of the grounding moments of this city’s theater scene. Both productions brim with energy and humor...actors are impressive across the board!”
    –The Village Voice

    “Politics and prickly cultural debate are very much on the agenda for these revivals.”
    –The New York Times

    “Superb performances! ★★★★!”
    –Time Out New York

    “There is no sanctuary for the visionary, except in the madhouse, and, suggests the playwright, the only salvation is for Vera to stop flailing at injustice and to attempt to ‘assign the blame.’ ”
    –NY Times

    “The audacious opening scene of NO END OF BLAME: SCENES OF OVERCOMING covers more ground than most writers dare in an entire play…”
    –The Washington Post

    “The Potomac Theatre Project not only flatters theatergoers by expecting them to think-- it rewards them with issues worth thinking about. NO END OF BLAME reminded me why the Potomac Theatre Project has seemed so indispensable for the better part of two decades!”
    –Washington City Paper

  • Good

    By C.P. Taylor
    Directed by Jim Petosa

    “Chilling. Intriguing.”
    –The Huffington Post

    How did it happen? How did a nation go mad? How were normal people transformed into brutes, devoid of ordinary humanity? Set in Germany at the height of Hitler's rise to power, GOOD takes place partly inside the mind of a "good" man, Professor John Halder. Unconsciously, this well-meaning scholar is led into participation in the hell that was Hitler’s Germany.

  • John Halder…………Michael Kaye*

    Maurice………………Tim Spears*

    Sister, Elizabeth………Amanda Whiteley

    Freddie………Christo Grabowski*

    Helen, Halder's wife…………Valerie Leonard*

    Halder’s Mother……………Judith Chaffee*

    Bouller, Eichmann…………Adam Ludwig*

    Anne, Halder's student                                    
    and lover
    ……………………Caitlin Rose Duffy

    Doctor, Dispatch Rider…………Jesse Garlick

    Hitler, Bok……………Noah Berman


    Director: Jim Petosa

    Stage Manager: Evangeline Rose Whitlock*

    Assistant Stage Manager: Andrea Berkey*

    Assistant to the Stage Manager: Alex Williamson


    *Actors' Equity Association


    Set: Mark Evancho

    Lighting: Hallie Zieselman

    Costumes: Jessica Lee Vankempen

    Sound: Seth Clayton

  • “PTP/NYC presents a powerful burst of counter-programming to New York's summer silliness. One of the grounding moments of this city’s theater scene. Both productions brim with energy and humor...actors are impressive across the board!”
    –The Village Voice

    “Politics and prickly cultural debate are very much on the agenda for these revivals.”
    –The New York Times

    “Chilling. Intriguing.”
    –The Huffington Post

    “GOOD is a triumphant, wonderful and incandescent evening in the theatre.”
    –NY Post

    “A dream play that — crucially — devolves
    into the stuff of nightmare.”

    –Variety

    “Far from trivializing the subject matter, C. P. Taylor’s comic devices allow access to the subject on a human level.”
    –Curtain Up