A guided tour through an empty office becomes the unexpected portal to a forgotten New York, and a father’s legacy. This is My Office brings you face to face with a narrator who finds his way through doubt, soul-sickness, and doughnut cravings, by telling you a story. Not the one he meant to tell, but a richer one about family, redemption and love.

Reviews of This Is My Office

“You can always count on The Play Company to present must-see theater… it’s a singular treat to get upclose-and-personal with this terrific actor as you tag along beside him, moving from room-to-room in an empty ‘office space,’ once the workplace of the character’s father. This terrific actor is so engaging you feel as if he’s telling his hard-luck tale just to you; and, you want to help.”
The Artsy Voyager

“We hear [the actor’s] depth of emotion as he confronts difficult and painful moments from his past. He finds strength in the folks he is chatting with, but never calls upon them to do anything but listen.”
Theater Pizzazz

“Our time with Andy in his office is about the non-spectacular, average struggles that life brings to us all. It’s also about the average, non-spectacular ways in which Andy deals with his realities. But the honesty and intimacy with which we go on this journey with Andy is what makes This Is My Office truly special, and far from average.”
-Curtain Up

Photos by Fitz Patton and Carol Rosegg

World Premiere
NOV 05 – DEC 08, 2013

Written by Andy Bragen
Directed by Davis McCallum

Starring David Barlow

Set Design:
Andrew Boyce
Costume Design:
Kaye Voyce
Lighting Design:
Tyler Micoleau
Sound Design:
Peter John Still
Production Stage Manager:
David Beller
Production Manager:
Melanie Armer

Artwork: Noah Scalin


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