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Andy Hassell



Nationality:    USA
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Andy Hassell's plays including biography, theatres, agent, synopses, cast sizes, production and published dates

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        R.I.P. Captain Wendel

R.I.P. Captain Wendel

part of Fairy tale. Five short plays inspired by classic fairy tales. each play explores the fundamentals of fairy tales, diving into their exotic worlds and finding inspiration in their rich archetypes and shadowed psychologies. the playwrights have re-imagined these elements in a grown-up world, and in doing so, expose the fears and joys which have driven fairy tales to become deeply ingrained into global culture. Ranging in genre and style, the plays are funny, sad, gruesome, touching, strange and fantastical... everything a fairy tale should be. the five plays are: Michael Bernstein's Kate (inspired by the French fairy tale Donkeyskin by Charles Perrault) directed by Meghan e. Jones; andy Hassell's R.I.P. Captain Wendel (inspired by Washington Irving's short story Rip Van Winkle) directed by Beth Jastroch; Jonathan ashley's Terror on Haxos 9 (inspired by Brothers Grimm fairy tale Hansel and Gretel) directed by Belle Caplis; Beth Jastroch's Three Sisters and a Carney (inspired by the Norwegian fairy tale the Three Billy Goats Gruff) directed by Michael Kingsbaker; and Meghan e. Jones' Dinner for the Queen (inspired by the Brothers Grimm fairy tale Snow White) directed by Jonathan ashley.

inspired by the French fairy tale Donkeyskin by Charles Perrault

1st Produced:
45th Street Theatre (formerly Phil Bosakowski theatre)
354 West 45th Street, New York, NY 10036    04 Dec 2011

the Shelter

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