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Roderic Wachovsky – Winner, 2015 PCTF Award for Outstanding Production of a One-Act or Monologue for To Trust In Chariots.

DEHAAN or What the Butler Didn’t See
Being deviant ain’t what it used to be.
By Roderic Wachovsky
Presented by Happy Guy
Benefitting Gilda’s Club NYC

Teatro LATEA @ The Clemente
Tuesday 7/24 @ 03:00PM






In 1960, DeHaan’s public pose is becoming increasingly untenable.  His gossip column is an irrelevant relic as mores change. His fears manifest as a lurking stranger who reappears in a variety of guises. DeHaan reluctantly agrees to portray the sacrificial offering in a ghoulish drama. He fixates on Kennedy for president while attempting to manipulate a sought-after actress and an oddball actor. Dark forces unleash upon DeHaan’s fading posture.  


Roderic Wachovsky‘s work ranges from camp satire to work suggested by historic personages. Informing his work is his study of acting with experimental artists such as Lee Breuer/Ruth Malaczech of Mabou Mines and most recently Piotr Borowski of Studium Teatraine, Warsaw, Poland. Roderic acted with the ensemble company Androgynous Theater Company, NYC headed by poet Emilio Cubeiro and the collective Theater Lab West, Denver, Co. He has studied playwriting with Loften Mitchell at Binghamton U., Tina Howe at Hunter College Grad Seminar, Dan O’Brien and Daisy Foote (Sewanee Writers’ Conference) and most recently Catherine Filloux at the LaMaMa Umbria Playwright Retreat.

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