The Lucky Artist Theater Company

The Shorebound Swim With a One Click Kick: A Tragedy of Reason

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Wednesday, February 23 6:30pm
Saturday, February 26 8:00pm
Monday, February 28 9:30pm
Wednesday, March 2 6:30pm
Sunday, March 6 12:30pm



The Shorebound Swim with a One Click Kick: A Tragedy of Reason blends theater and philosophical science to create a surreal world of heightened language and blurred morals in which a genius removes himself from society and attempts to unlock the science behind the human experience; a boy gets his first taste of love, lust and betrayal and a desperate caretaker struggles to control her destiny. This gripping drama connects the cerebral with matters of the heart.

The cast of four actors will include William Kozy, Robin Madel, Nicko Libowitz and Robin Madel. The design team consists of set designer Tim McMath and sound designer Renee Levine.

Playwright Markus Paminger works in various aspects of NYC theater as a writer, director, actor and technician. He is a member of the Lucky Artists Theatre Company, the Emerging Artist Theater and the Invalid's Theater Company and works as a technician at the HERE Arts Center and frequently at 3LD. Assistant directing credits include Red Fly/Blue Bottle, Oh What War at HERE and the 2008 Clubbed Thumb Constitution Festival. He has also worked for Second Stage Theater, The Westport Country Playhouse, the Bard Summerscape Festival, and Vassar Powerhouse.

Director Alison Carroll has worked extensively in the off and off-off Broadway theater community since she moved to the city three years ago. In addition to working as a director, she has utilized her conceptual talents as a choreographer, lighting designer, and occasional stage manager for various productions both here in New York and at national venues. Her favorite credits include When Nature Calls (The Impulse Initiative), Divine Will (Orlando International Fringe Festival), The Sensational Josephine Baker (Emerging Artist) and Aunt Leaf (HERE Arts Center). She is a proud member of Emerging Artists Theater Company, Actor’s Equity Association and a founding member of The Lucky Artist Theater Company. (

Founded in 2008 in New York City, The Lucky Artist Theater Company is a collective of actors, directors, playwrights, designers and other theater types who share a strong belief that theater should be equal parts communicative, entertaining, socially relevant and accessible. The Lucky Artists take extra pride in our positive work environment and strive to foster a supportive collaborative and artistically satisfying process. We welcome experimentation and are constantly pushing ourselves to take bigger, bolder risks. More information about The Lucky Artist can be found at


William Kozy (Nicholas) co-starred in the Canadian sitcom "It's Me...Gerald" created and written by the writer of this year's hit film "The Black Swan." William played Freddy in the 2009 film "Ghosts of the Heartland" and Jim in the upcoming horror film "The Festival." He has participated in Manhattan Theatre Source's Estrogenius One-Act Festival since 2005. He performs stand-up comedy around the NYC area and emcees a ballroom dance exhibition by "The Footlights" in the tri-state area. He can be reached at


Robin Madel (Edith) After coming down from the mountains of Colorado, where she studied with the National Theatre Conservatory in Denver, and moving to NYC in 2006, Robin has acted in numerous films and shows. Favorite shows include Good, Lonely People and The Oath (MTWorks), The Quick Change Room(RJeneration) and A Doll’s House (Upstart Crow). Notable film work includes Lifelines (Rob Margolies, dir), The Egg (Mark Freed, dir) and Kind of Dance (Shane Atkinson, dir). When she’s not acting, Robin is trying to save the planet by writing for EcoCentric Blog or taking pictures for her photo blog The Whirligig of Life. She is a proud member of MTWorks Theatre Company.


Nicko Libowitz (Victor) Recent NYC theater credits: Deathwatch (LeFrank) with Broomflower Arts, Marat/Sade (The Herald)at the Secret Theatre, and Hydrophobic with Hybrid Theatre Works. With The Lucky Artist: Divine Will at the Orlando Fringe. Web credits include Orange Juice in Bishop's Garden and 16 Actors Actoring.


Emma Worth (Natalie) is excited to be taking part in this LuckyArtist production. Recent credits include "A Crazy Sound" (La MaMa, e.t.c. and Rome, Italy), "Starbox" performance art piece in Bryant Park (ArtPartyTheaterCompany), "Three Sisters" (Algonquin Theater, NY), "The Vagina Monologues" (Snapple Theater Co.), "A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant and A Prayer" (Kraine Theater), "A Question of Impeachment" (The Culture Project), "Julius Caesar" (American Theater of Actors), "The Seagull" (Berlind Theater, NJ), as well as readings at Dixon Place, The Wild Project, The Cell and RiverSpace (Nyack, NY). She studied English and Theater and Princeton, and was trained in conservatory programs at the American Conservatory Theater and The Actors Center, NY.

"...seamlessly staged by director Alison Carol and features a compelling cast of loveable misfits."

"The work of director Alison Carroll, plawright Markus Paminger, and sound designer Renee Levine have worked well together to create an atmosphere that is full of many layers of context and texture...."

"...definitely shows promise in making the audience come back for more shows."

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