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ONE STEP OVER

ensemble theatre · bsd productions and cyanide theatre · Ages 17+ · United States of America

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Imagine how much money it would take to make you happy. Now double it. Then triple it.

And just before you get a chance to collect… watch it slip away like mercury down the drain.

That’s the jumping-off point for writer D.B. Levin’s ruthless drama ONE STEP OVER.

By rapid turns sad, hilarious and truly terrifying, ONE STEP OVER follows the exploits of a group of gonzo Wall Street brokers who share no compunction about stealing from their clients, alienating their families, and turning on each other if it means making more money.

As these men dive deeper into the hearts of their own darkness, they quickly discover how fast the lines of acceptable behavior can blur into effortless betrayal.

With a laser-sharp ear for brutal verbal exchange and an eerie instinct for the tortuous deceits of daily life, Mr. Levin’s ONE STEP OVER is a thrilling theatrical work.

Come see why the language of his dynamic, wicked voice has people comparing him to notable playwrights KENNETH LONERGAN (THIS IS OUR YOUTH), STEPHAN ADLY GURGIS (JESUS HOPPED THE “A” TRAIN), and DAVID MAMET (GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS).

production team

db levin *
writer/director/producer
ralph guzzo *
'kelley carlisle'/producer
cyanide theatre *
production company
andy dubitsky *
'killer palmquist'
edward hendershott *
'martin richards'
david lawrence *
understudy (jerry/davis)
david garver *
'jerry goldstein'/producer

* Fringe Veteran

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