Blame Your Fate Productions

The Mysterious Mystery of Mystery Street

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February 24 7:30pm
February 26 5:30pm
March 2 10:30pm
March 4


March 6 4:00pm



Mystery is abound in the big city when a mayor’s son goes missing, and his sister wants to know why. Enter Rico and Adam, two private eyes with a thirst for danger and an even greater thirst for wine coolers. But to find the truth, they’ll have to contend with tough guys, drag queens, and maybe even the mayor himself...


Sergio Lodolce (performer) Sergio is a graduate of The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts. Recent
Off-Off Broadway credits include The Metamorphosis, Odyssey, Absurdities,
Variance, Way to Heaven.


Adam Brome (performer) Adam is an actor recently returned to the New York Scene after a two year
journey away from the city. Upon return he helped produce and direct a show in
the Strawberry One Act Festival also written by Sergio Solorzano. Other plays
include Guys and Dolls, Romeo and Juliet, Radium Girls, Zink: The Myth, The
Legend, The Zebra, Anything Goes, Sahara Nights, and The American Car, the
American Dream.


Maggie McGuire (performer) is a 2010 graduate of Walnut Hill School For the Arts where she
majored in musical theatre. She now studies theatre at Pace University. Credits-
Regional: Annie Get Your Gun, Winnie Tate (Park Playhouse Inc.), Seussical,
Mayzie La Bird (Barrington Stage Company), The Music Man, Gracie Shinn
(Schenectady Light Opera Company). Community: Once on this Island (Cohoes
Music Hall), Aladdin, The Wizard of Oz. High School: Sweet Charity, Jesus Christ
Superstar, Smokey Joe’s Cafe, NOLA (Original Mask Production).


Ed Altman (performer) This is Ed’s first stage appearance in several years. His last appearance was
in Cheese Louise at the Hamlet of Bank Street Theatre, more years ago than
hopefully he looks. He has appeared in dozens of showcases, on the soaps, and
in voiceovers, and was a member of the comedy group “Prom Night” with whom
he used to perform regularly at the Westbank Café Downstairs Theatre Bar back
in the days of Lewis Black and Rusty McGee.


CJ Fischer (performer) Graduate of Clark University with a Double Major in Theatre and Music. Credits
include: Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet, Slim in Cowboy Mouth, Peter in Zoo
Story, Billy Boggs in Holy Ghosts, Owen in Translations.


Sean Lanigan Sean is delighted to be making his return to the stage. He attended NYU Tisch School of the Arts and is know for his work on the “Black Ice” series, several roles on “The Borian Age”, and “Opening Night of the Living Dead”.


Sergio Solorzano (director) The past year has been a very busy one for Sergio. Last winter, he directed a workshop of the Tony Nominated musical Starmites, and from there went on to direct and write several pieces for festivals, the most recent being Relationship Court for the Strawberry One Act Festival. Next up is a season of original plays with his new theatre company Blame Your Fate Productions.

"A show that attempts to bring a fresh modernity to the classic detective story."

"Noir and comedy make natural companions. Firesign Theatre had Nick Danger, Steve Martin had Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid and the FRIGID Festival has Sergio Solorzano's The Mysterious Mystery of Mystery Street."

"...the fight choreography which was tremendously executed."

5 Questions for The Mysterious Mystery of Mystery Street


"Loved it; very funny"