Off Track

Author: James Comtois

Off Track

Description: A Chicago reporter covering an impending transit strike ventures into a hostile neighborhood to find out who killed his one-time lover just as the trains shut down and strand him.
Year Written/Copyrighted: 2016
Date Added: 9/28/2016
Content Advisory: Strong language, some violence.
1 Act, 75 Minutes
3 Females, 7 Males, 2 Gender Neutral

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Keywords: Characters are Mostly Young Adults · Comedy · Crime · Drama · Drug Use and Abuse · Fight Sequences · Gay and Lesbian · Gender and Sexuality · Grief and Mourning · Labor and Unions · Large Cast Size · Many Locations · Mostly Male Characters · Mystery/Suspense/Noir · Naturalism/Realism · Sex · Social Issues

This play is in the following collections: FringeNYC 2016

Original Production Information

Off Track was first produced as part of the 2016 NYC International Fringe Festival at the Teatro SEA at The Clemente. with the following cast and crew:

Nathan/Jimmy/Scott: Timothy Babcock
Rosie/Jones: Yeauxlanda Kay
Gary: Anthony F. Lalor
Editor/Sheila/Waitress: Synge Maher
Ray: Tomike Ogugua
Darren: Timothy McCown Reynolds
Chris: Michael Sciortino
Ian: Matthew Trumbull
Det. Martinez/Larry/Ronnie: Christopher Yustin

Director: Tim Errickson

Production Stage Manager: Patrick St. John
Assistant Stage Manager: Dallas Floer
Scene Design: Sandy Yaklin
Lights: Morgan Zipf-Meister
Projections: Philip Emeott
Sound: Patrick Shearer
Graphic Design & Props: Rebecca Comtois
Costumes: Ariel Pellman
Fight Choreographer: Michael Eisenstein
Video Cinematographer: Yessica Curiel Montoya
Additional Voiceovers: Nathan Crocker