​​Randomly Specific Theatre Presents

Plan G

Written by: Larry Phillips
Directed by: Graydon Gund
Featuring Larry Phillips, Tiffany May McRae, Forrest Weber, Lauren LeBeouf, Sarah Misch and Allan Hayhurst
Scenic Design: William B. Sawyer
Lighting Design: Daniel Schreckengost
Stage Manager: Stephen Varnado

Life has beaten Christopher Abandonato down. He’s got a dead-end construction job, a wife who puts him in his place, and an out of work brother-in-law living in his basement. But he’s a dreamer, and he’s convinced buying abandoned storage units is his ticket to becoming rich. He just needs to find that something that will change his life forever.

Plan G is a DARK comedy about seeing an opportunity when it falls in front of you.


November 1st-10th, 2018.
Weds-Sat @ 8pm
Sat & Sun @ 2pm

Access Theater
380 Broadway
4th Floor
NYC, 10013




​Larry Phillips (Christopher), Playwright
Larry has written and appeared in The Weekend Will End (Theatre 54/Hudson Guild), Koalas are Dicks (Theater 80/Theater 54), Arbuckle Syndrome (Theater 54/Hudson Guild),The Art of Acting: A Master Class with Fozzie Bear (LaTea), Secondary Pitch (The Bridge), The Other Harvey (Theatre 54), The Rise of Mediocrity (Hudson Guild), Must Win (14 St. Y), Last Chance for Mama (LaTea), Learning to Skip (The Bridge), Fistful of Cake, Pocketful of Miracles (Wild Project). He has received awards for both acting and playwrighting from the New York Theater Festival and Planet Connections Festivity. https://www.larryphillipsnyc.com/



Graydon Gund, Director
New York directing credits include: (Transfiguration) (United Solo), Golden Boy (GK Arts Center), Must Win (Broadway Bound Fest), Ginny (Sam French Fest), Summertime Sadness (Ugly Rhino), The Photo Album (FringeNYC). Regional: Nantucket the MusACKal (SHIP/ Deep End), It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play (White Heron). Assisting includes: Fireflies, Most Beautiful Room..,Endgame (Long Wharf Theatre), A Wonderful Life, La Cage aux Folles (Goodspeed Musicals), Clybourne Park (Chautauqua). GraydonGund.com



Tiffany May McRae (Regina)
Tiffany May McRae is a Texas-bred Brooklynite.  She is a repeat offender (and huge fan) of Mr. Phillips’ work and is thrilled to take on Regina in Plan G!  Recent work: The Weekend Will End (Theatre 54/Randomly Specific); Koalas Are Dicks (Theatre 80/Randomly Specific); FALLING (Connelly Theater/FringeNYC); G.I. Joe Jared (59E59th Theaters/Edinburgh Fringe Festival).  Training: NYU (BFA); William Esper Studio. You can keep tabs on her on @tmaymcrae or at www.tiffanymaymcrae.com 



Forrest Weber (Nick)
Forrest hails from San Antonio, Texas where everything actually is bigger. Currently based in Brooklyn, Forrest is an actor, producer, filmmaker, and sports enthusiast.  Television credits include NBC’s American Odyssey, FOX’s Gotham, Cinemax’s The Knick, A&E’s Unforgettable, The ABC pilot Broad Squad, and NBC pilot of Hatfields & McCoys.  Film Credits include Spotlight (Best Picture Oscar 2015), as well as the indie films, Tater Tot & Patton, Pike County, and WW3.  Theatre credits include This Is Our Youth, Off-Broadway at 777 Theatre and the NBC Scene Showcase at New World Stages. Plan G will be Forrest’s second show by playwright Larry Phillips, appearing in Must Win last year. Forrest is the founder of Split Rock Films, a production company that just wrapped its first film and has two more in development.  Forrest recently produced and designed a country music EP for artist Lauren Jaimes (LaurenJaimesMusic.com). He attended Boston University’s School of Theatre, where he studied abroad and interned for the Sydney Theatre Co. in Australia. Forrest is represented by The Mine Talent Agency (talent@the-mine.com). His girlfriend Lauren and their dog, Delilah, are the best 2-for-1 deal he’s ever gotten. 




Lauren LeBeouf (Shannon)
Lauren LeBeouf is thrilled to be a part of Plan G and the Randomly Specific Theatre team! She is originally from Northern California and has studied acting and voice at Atlantic Acting School and American Conservatory Theater. Lauren has starred in over 50 independent and student projects for schools including NYU, Columbia University, and Hofstra University. Her films have been selected at The Cannes Film Festival, Hollywood Independent Film Festival, Garden State Film Festival and others. TV: Mysteries at the Museum, Grave Secrets, Shattered, and I Am Homicide. Favorite role on stage is Brooke in a San Francisco production of Noises Off. Lauren holds a B.A. in Screenwriting from Loyola Marymount University. www.laurenlebeouf.com



Allan Hayhurst (Officer Plawecki)
Web Series: Jake in Jake's Unemployment Summer. Select Theater: Tyler in Last Chance For Mama (Teatro LATEA), Peter in Mystified: The Strange Disappearance ofGoldilocks (13th Street Rep), Stevie Tully in Northbound (Theater for the New City), Chad in The Dishonorable Discharge Of Private Pitts (IATI Theater), Peter in Ain't Life Sweet (Robert Moss Theater), Simon Bright in ​The Game's Afoot ​(The Heights Players), Mikhail Bahktin in Odessa By The Sea (Manhattan Rep). 



Sarah Misch (Elizabeth)
Sarah is a Las Vegas native turned New York based performer. Recent theatre credits include Two Beans Productions' inaugural tour of The Cat in the Hat, Girls Night! the Musical (Entertainment Events, Inc.), That Which Remains (Improbable Stage) Full City+: a site-specific serial comedy, and The Curse of the Babywoman (NYC Fringe).  Sarah has also appeared in several indie films and new media projects, including the award-winning horror short "Corpse Pose" which she both produced and starred in. Sarah is a company member with Improbable Stage, a movement-based theatre company, and she serves as the Social Media Coordinator for Film Repertory Group, a collective of emerging indie film artists. She holds a B.S. in Educational Theatre with a minor in Dramatic Literature from New York University. Learn more about Sarah's work at sarahmisch.com.

William Sawyer, Scenic Designer
William Sawyer is a recent graduate of the College Conservatory of Music where he obtained his MFA in Scenic Design. Recent NY credits: Bee (HB Studio), Cry-Baby (NYU/Tisch) Regional Credits: Moon Over Buffalo (Morgan-Wixson Theater), Her Naked Skin (CCM), The Merry Widow (CCM), Shrek The Musical (Bigfork Summer Playhouse).

Daniel Schreckengost, Lighting Designer
A New York based lighting designer for theatre, architecture, and events.  Daniel’s recent theatrical design credits include Caligula at Medicine Show Theatre and Caged at Passage Theatre Company.  He has designed theatrical performances for such other companies and festivals as Blue Mercury Theatre, Southern Utah University, Great River Shakespeare Festival, Great Lakes Theatre Festival, Pacific Conservatory of Performing Arts, Cleveland Public Theatre, and Ice Factory Theatre Festival. He has designed event lighting for Mattel and Universal Studios Hollywood through his work with Radiance Lightworks.  Daniel has helped design various event and architectural projects with First Circle Design, LLC including the Emmy Awards Governors’ Ball, the Academy Awards Governors’ Ball, the MGM Macau Butterfly Dome in China, and the Kids’ Choice Awards Welcome Parties.  He is an M.F.A. graduate in from U.C. Irvine. http://www.schreckengost-designs.com

Stephen Varnado, Stage Manager
Stephen is a graduate of Southeastern Louisiana University. Regional Theatre credits include Theatre Baton Rouge’s Fun Home, Cabaret, Baskerville & It’s Only a Play. Other favorite credits include SLU’s productions of The Tragedy of Julius Caesar & Zachary L. Boudreaux’s Parking Lot Babies. Thanks to Larry and Grady for allowing him to come aboard and to the cast for providing comedic relief night after night!