A journey through one man’s fevered brain as he attempts to persuade us through the power of his words to join him in his quest to confront the evil represented by the title character.
Performer, writer and producer Trav S.D. is the author of over 100 plays (for stage, screen and radio), 300 published articles, and the book "No Applause, Just Throw Money, The Book That Made Vaudeville Famous" (Faber & Faber, 2005). A frequent radio guest and public speaker, his voice has been heard on the Leonard Lopate Show (WNYC), The Sound of Young America (NPR), The Joey Reynolds Show (WOR), Cat Radio Café (WBAI), and a dozen others throughout the country. He currently writes the Downtown Theatre column in the Villager, Downtown Express, and Chelsea Now as well as the blog Travalanche. He has also contributed to American Theater, the Village Voice, Time Out New York, the New York Sun, Reason, among many other publications. His plays include "Willy Nilly" a musical about the Manson Family that was a hit of the 2009 NY Intl Fringe festival and "House of Trash", published in Plays and Playwrights 2001. His works have been presented at Joe’s Pub (the Public Theatre), Theater for the New City, LaMama, the Ohio Theatre (Soho Think Tank), HERE, Dixon Place, the Brick, and, regionally and internationally, in London, Portland, Minneapolis, Austin, Seattle, and Providence. He also presented hundreds of New York's top variety acts through his American Vaudeville Theatre. He is proud to have been the first contributor to nytheatre.com after editor/founder Martin Denton, and to have interviewed over 200 indie theatre artists on nytheatrecast, the podcast series that is the voice of nytheatre.com.