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View Irish Classical Theatre Company’s production of Stage Kiss, March 25, 2022 – April 24, 2022.

Content Advisory: This Production contains gun shots and mature content.


She Tracie Lane*
He Guy Balotine
Director Greg Howze
Kevin/Butler/Doctor/Pimp Kevin Craig
Husband/Harrison Rolando Gómez
Millicent/Laurie Marisa Caruso
Millie/Maid/Angela Christine Turturro

*Member, Actors’ Equity Association

ICTC Creative Team

Fortunato Pezzimenti

Production Stage Manager
Renee Radzavich

Assistant Stage Managers
Eliza Zanolli-Stiles

Set Designer
Paul Bostaph

Costume Designer
Vivian Del Bello

Lighting Designer
Jayson Clark

Sound Designer
Tom Makar

Gina Boccolucci

Fight Choreographer
Adriano Gatto

Thomas Evans

Hair/Make-up Designer
Susan Drozd

Dialect Coach
Megan Callahan

Intimacy Director
Anna Krempholtz

Vocal Coach
Philip Farugia

Stage Kiss

Two actors and ex-lovers find themselves starring opposite each other in an off-off-Broadway 1930s melodrama. It doesn’t take long for the lines between life and art to blur, while the farcical antics of the play-within-a-play make for an unforgettable romantic comedy by award-winning playwright Sarah Ruhl. Award-Winning ICTC Associate Director Fortunato Pezzimenti helms a dynamite cast in this love letter to the theatre.

ASL Interpreted and Open Captioned Performance: Wed, April 20*

American Sign Language (ASL) Interpreted & Open Captioned Performances:

ASL interpreters are located near the stage to give the best sightlines to follow the interpretation and action on stage.

An LED captioning sign displays the dialogue and any other audio portion of the production in text form in sync with the performance.

One signed and Captioned performance will be offered for each of ICTC’s 2021-2022 regular Season productions. *Dates subject to change

To reserve seating in view of the ASL interpreters and captioning signage, please contact ICTC’s Box Office at 716-853-4282 (voice), or email

Irish Classical Theatre Company’s ASL interpreted and open captioned performances of The Onion Game are made possible by the TAP-Plus Accessibility Grant awarded by the Theatre Development Fund (TDF), in partnership with the New York State Council on the Arts. Learn more at

ASL services are provided by Deaf Access Services, an affiliate of People Inc., and captioning services by c2 (caption coalition) inc.

Artwork by Michael Gelen, Inkwell Studios.