Location : The Kraine Theater, New York, NY
David and Katie Get Re-Married is a dark comedy about the worst couple in the world on the second happiest day of their lives after the first happiest day of their lives didn't work out.
You are cordially invited to the second wedding of David and Katie (with none of their family or friends who don’t believe in their love anymore) to celebrate their love. This confidently codependent couple will teach you how to love correctly through original music, exotic rituals, and a unity volcano. This time it'll stick! For realz tho!
David and Katie Get Re-Married was work-shopped and had a run at The People's Improv Theater (The PIT-NYC), and the duo has performed musical numbers from the show at Caroline's, UCB, The Stand, and many other comedy venues throughout the city.
Created and performed by David Carl (Gary Busey's One-Man Hamlet, Trump Lear) and Katie Hartman (Netflix’s The Week Of, Skinny Bitch Jesus Meeting).
Press about David and Katie Get Re-Married:
"David Carl and Katie Hartman are explosive dueling forces of nature." - BestNewYorkComedy.com
"this talented duo display not only crisp comedic timing and a rapturous chemistry, but also an impressive musical proficiency, particularly in the three well-crafted and uproariously funny songs"
-Across the Margin
"As funny as the marriage antics are, Carl and Hartman are also impressive lyricists and musicians who harmonize really well together on their four original songs in the show."
-Theatre Is Easy
Writer and Performer, DAVID CARL, is a New York actor, writer, improviser, impressionist, solo artist and comedian from Dallas, TX. He created Gary Busey's One-Man Hamlet (As performed by David Carl) with Michole Biancosino, (director and co-creator) which received an award for "Overall Excellence in Solo Performance" and an extended run at FringeNYC 2014, and went on to Edinburgh 2015 and national touring dates including Chicago Shakespeare Theater in 2016. In 2016 the received a nomination for Best Solo Show at the NYIT Awards. He also just finished an 14 month run at Under St. Marks of Trump Lear which also went to Edinburgh in 2018 and has toured to Texas and Colorado. In 2017 David was a finalist with Trump Lear for the Doric Wilson Independent Playwright Award. Other credits include: The Awesome 80s Prom (Ken Davenport; NYC), Things That Don't Happen (Project Y; NYC), The 365 Plays (The Public Theater NYC), Missed Connections (Neighborhood Playhouse), UCBHK Maude Night, The Power of Me (The PIT NYC), 100 Impressions in 30 Minutes (The PIT and the Knitting Factory), The Truth About Santa (Theater of the Apes), Divorce (HBO), Mr. Robot (USA), The Enemy Within (NBC), Blue Bloods (CBS), Kingfish, Guiding Light, All My Children, and dozens of voice-overs for radio, TV, and the Internet.www.davidcarlonline.com
KATIE HARTMAN is an actor, writer and comedian in NYC. She can be seen in High Maintenance (HBO), Younger (TV Land), Search Party (TBS) and in the Netflix/Adam Sandler film, "The Week Of." In July 2018 Katie was selected as a New Face of Comedy for the prestigious Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal. She was a staff writer and performed on both truTV’s Paid Off with Michael Torpey and Hearst Media's Seriously.tv. Her web series “Made to Order” was listed as one of "6 Brilliant Web Series" by Marie Claire and her sketch duo Skinny Bitch Jesus Meeting was hailed by Complex Magazine as "One of the Twenty-five Funny People That Should Have Their Own TV Show." In 2012 SBJM’s long form sketch show The Underdeveloped and Overexposed Life and Death of Deena Domino was a critical hit at both the DC and NYC Fringe festivals giving it "Critics Pick" from Time Out New York and The Washington Post. Other theater: The Pumpkin Pie Show (Under St.Marks), Flanagan’s Wake (Off Broadway), South by South Death (National Sawdust). www.katiehartman.rocks
Director, MICHOLE BIANCOSINO, is a co-founding Artistic Director of the award winning Project Y Theatre Company. Recent directing credits include Gary Busey's One-Man Hamlet and Trump Lear with David Carl, Lee Blessing's User's Guide to Hell, featuring Bernard Madoff with Project Y at Atlantic Stage 2, The Revival by Samuel Brett Williams at Theatre Row/The Lion, and the musical LoveSick or THINGS THAT DON'T HAPPEN by Lia Romeo at 59E59 Theaters. Her work has been nominated for and won numerous NYIT Awards. She was the recipient of the Brooklyn Arts Council's SPARC Award and SDC Gielgud Fellowship in classical directing. Project Ywww.projectytheatre.org was founded in 1999 in Washington D.C., by co- Artistic Directors, Michole Biancosino and Andrew Smith. Between 1999 and 2004, they produced 14 shows, including four world premieres. The company's mission is to forge collaborations with playwrights whose work is relevant and resonant to a modern audience, and to developing their work through a reading series, workshop productions, and ultimately: a fully realized production. Since 2008 in New York productions have included the NY premiere of Fubar by Karl Gajdusek (writer of Showtime's Dead Like Me and ABC's Last Resort), the world premieres of The Revival (nominated for seven NYIT awards, winner of two) by Samuel Brett Williams and LoveSick or THINGS THAT DON'T HAPPEN (nominated for three NYIT awards including Outstanding Production of a Musical) by Lia Romeo with music by Tony Biancosino and the world premiere of A User's Guide to Hell, featuring Bernard Madoff by Lee Blessing.