3C-new written by David Adjmi directed by Jackson Gay at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater (224 Waverly Pl) FEATURING:Kate Buddeke, Bill Buell, Hannah Cabell, Eddie Cahill, Anna Chlumsky, Jake Silbermann CREATIVE TEAM: John McDermott (Scenic Design) ; Oana Botez Ban (Costume Design) ; Tyler Micoleau (Lighting Design:) ; Matt Tierney (Sound Design) ; Denny Terrio (Choreography) PRESS “Pitch-perfect production.” –New York Post “Bracing and provocative” -Entertainment Weekly “Joltingly funny.” -Backstage.com SYNOPSIS The war in Vietnam is over and Brad, an ex-serviceman, lands in L.A. to start a new life. When he winds up trashed in Connie and Linda’s kitchen after a wild night of partying, the three strike a deal for an arrangement that has hilarious and devastating consequences for everyone. Inspired by 1970s sitcoms, 1950s existentialist comedy, Chekhov and Disco anthems, 3C by David Adjmi (Stunning, Elective Affinities) is a terrifying yet amusing look at a culture that likes to amuse itself, even as it teeters on the brink of ruin.
From left, Anna Chlumsky, Kate Buddeke, Hannah Cabell and Jake Silbermann

From left, Anna Chlumsky, Kate Buddeke, Hannah Cabell and Jake Silbermann. Photography by Sandra Coudert

 
from left: Jake Silbermann, Anna Chlumsky and Hannah Cabell

from left, Jake Silbermann, Anna Chlumsky and Hannah Cabell

 
Eddie Cahill, left, and Jake Silbermann

Eddie Cahill, left, and Jake Silbermann

 
from left, Hannah Cabell, Jake Silbermann and Anna Chlumsky

from left, Hannah Cabell, Jake Silbermann and Anna Chlumsky