Tracy Potter, Artistic Director
All Terrain Theater
PO Box 643, Burbank, CA 91503
LOS ANGELES, CA. All Terrain Theater premieres an original stage play, Suddenly Split & Swiping Over by Tracy Held Potter, at the Hollywood Fringe Festival June 9 -26. This hilarious and heartfelt multi-character, one-woman show is directed by Katherine Vondy and stars Susan-Kate Heaney (Masters of Sex, Funny or Die) with understudy performances by Angela Jaymes.
This fun and sexy journey of starting over in a world where love could be just a swipe away follows Kelly, who has been waiting forever for her long-term boyfriend to propose, as she unexpectedly finds herself single and reentering the dating pool in the digital age.
Performances starring Susan-Kate Heaney are: June 4 (preview), 9, 19, 23, 25. Additional performances by understudy Angela Jaymes: June 12, 26. Tickets are $15. Located at the Asylum @ Studio C at 6448 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA.
Information and tickets are available at http://bit.ly/swipeover.
In July, the production will continue to the Bay Area with a tour starring Angela Jaymes.
Tracy Held Potter (Writer) is an award-winning writer who completed an MFA in Dramatic Writing from Carnegie Mellon University despite installing Tinder on her phone during her final semester.
Katherine Vondy (Director) has work spanning film, theater, and literature. She received the 2015 Davey Foundation Theatre Grant and her award-winning short film, The Broken Heart of Gnocchi Bolognese, has played at festivals worldwide.
Susan-Kate Heaney (Actor) is a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts (BFA in Drama) with credits including Shirley in Masters of Sex, Linda in Pant Suits (with Bryce Dallas Howard), and her comedy web series Top Mop (Funny or Die). Her latest solo show Facebook with Mom has been running at Second City.
Angela Jaymes (Actor/Understudy) is a graduate of Emerson College whose work has been recognized by the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival as well as the Independent Reviewers of New England.
All Terrain Theater was founded in 2010 as an independent theater company in the San Francisco Bay Area and has produced 12 full productions of plays written and directed primarily by women.