Seven Souls and Two Tablespoons at The Producers Club

Two Tablespoons of Crazy
Written by Julian Rojas  Directed by Shaun S. Orbin
Thursday & Friday, October 4 & 5 at 8:00 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday, October 6 & 7 at 2:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.
$15 all seats  The Crowne Theatre at The Producers Club
358 West 44th Street  South side of West 44th Street, between 8th & 9th Avenues
Closest subway: A, C, E to 42nd Street. Exit 44th Street.
Reservations: 1.256.874.2795

NEW YORK – Loving, liking, and living in the 21st Century in Julian Rojas’ new play, TWO TABLESPOONS OF CRAZY presented by the young artists of Test Tube Productions and directed by Shaun S. Orbin. The limited one-weekend engagement will be at Manhattan’s familiar setting for new works, The Producers Club.

Two Tablespoons concerns the friendships, relationships, and everything in between of long-time roommates Jason, Julius, Gaspar, and Illeana, and their friendships, relationships, and everything in between with Leandro, Vida, and Jaimito. The realities and fantasies of these seven souls spin interweaving plots and subplots designed to ask the question, what is the sanity level needed to live in the world of today… the answer may surprise you. The cast includes Paige Fockler, Adam Feingold, Kahlil Gonzalez-Garcia, Jason Cutler, Sarah Shaefer, Adam Wofle, Eric Cole, and playwright Julian Rojas as Leandro. Test Tube is a new theatrical company operating under the umbrella of The Field Organization ( so donations made to Test Tube Productions are tax deductible. Checks should be payable to The Field with “Test  Tube Productions” written on the memo line.

Test Tube Productions is a multimedia company established by artists to produce and support all other artists with an honest and true vision and voice. Test Tube Productions understands the needs of the 21st century arts professional and is committed to producing not only theatre and film but also who are reaching out to musicians, poets, dancers, and other fine artists to create a platform for expression – regardless of the particular medium.