In a bucolic Brooklyn park Kris and Danny meet for their children’s first play date. While commiserating, a precarious emotional relationship forms between them. When one of their children is inexplicably injured, the sequential fall-out incites their spouses, Donna and Veronica, along a self-destructive path in search of the superfluous truth.

DANNYKRISDONNAVERONICA is an offbeat meditation on the confounding business of contemporary parenthood.

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Broadway: Dead Accounts (understudy to Katie Holmes and Judy Greer)
Theatre: rogerandtom (HERE Arts Center, Personal Space Theatrics), Viola in Twelfth Night (Stratford Shakespeare Festival), Battlehymn (Ford Theatre, Circle X Theatre Co, LA), Our House (Denver Center), SubUrbia (Second Stage), Girl (CherryLane).
Television/Film: The Good Wife, Believe, The Americans, Unforgettable, and Big Words. Suzy grew up outside Nashville, Tennessee.
She studied at The University of Evansville and now lives happily in Brooklyn.
Theater: Trip/Servant/A.C. in School for Scandal (Playwright’s Studio: Red Bull Theater), Rev. Hale in The Crucible (The Cleveland Playhouse), Avigdor in Yentl (The Cleveland Playhouse), Officer in Comedy of Errors (NY Shakespeare Fest), A-hole #2/Jake U.S in The Troublemaker, Jacques Casanova in Camino Real, Tarelkin/Tishka in KMT, Mikey/Doctor/Francis/… in Across The Water, Escalus/Elbow/Barnardine in Measure for Measure, Charles Lomax/Bill Walker in Major Barbara, Tuzenbach in Three Sisters, Paul in Katzelmacher, Di Rossi in The Time of the Cuckoo, Cymbeline in Cymbeline, Don ARmado in Love Labor’s Lost, Trent Conway in Six Degrees of Separation, Tristan in In a Word, Bill in Never Swim Alone, Dromio of Ephesus in Comedy of Errors, Oswald/France in King Lear, Romeo in Romeo and Juliet, Claudio in Much Ado About Nothing, Chucky/Jesus in Jerry Springer the Opera, Jimmy Harper in Reefer Madness the Musical, Alan Strang in Equus, Jonathan Pollard in The Law of Return.
Film/Television: Guest in The Good Wife on CBS, Supporting role in The Fly Room, Lead in Savages, Lead (Eps. 4, 5) in Supernatural Investigator, Supporting role in Earth Day, Lead in Mouse and Cheese
Training: MFA – NYU/Tisch Graduate Acting Program (2012)
Rachel is an actress, writer and producer living in NYC. Originally from Atlanta, GA, she attended the University of Georgia: Athens where she earned her BA in Theater and German. After school she returned to Atlanta and performed with Synchronicity Performance Group, 7 Stages and the Alliance Theater before moving to New York. She attended The Graduate Acting Program at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, studying under Mark Wing-Davey, Janet Zarish, Lisa Benavides, Richard Feldman, Cigdem Onat, Deb Hecht, Shane-Ann Younts, Scott Miller, Jim Calder. Since graduating she has worked at Hartford Stage, Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey, BAM, Shakespeare Theater of DC, 59E59, the Edinburgh Fringe. She also produces the Alumni Festival: Studio Tisch every summer.
LIZ WISAN is a performer of beautiful, sad, funny, and serious things living in Brooklyn, NY.
Originally from the area just safe of Harlem, she spent the school year on the rough streets of NYC, and the summers enjoying nature and learning about theater in southern New Hampshire.
Liz discovered comedy the day her cat died. She was very sad, but her kindergarten class had a field trip to the circus that day, and she had to suck it up. Forced to channel her tears into laughter, she spent the day announcing “Anybody wanna see a dead cat? Come to my house,” and a comedienne was born.
Her first role at the age of 7 was as the Nurse and the Friar in “Romeo and Juliet: The Real Story.” She has been playing multiple age-inappropriate roles ever since.
Liz majored in Music in college, and for a time thought she would be an opera singer, but apparently you’re not supposed to do funny voices and enjoy anything, so she went back to theater.
Liz suffered through a variety of unfulfilling and humiliating jobs in NYC before going to the Yale School of Drama to earn her MFA. It was there that she discovered she’s really super talented and incredibly well liked, and fantastically humble.
Since graduating, Liz has worked consistently in the country’s most prestigious theaters, and truly enjoys getting to spend time in so many different cities.


Lawrence Dial is a 2016-2017 resident playwright for the Amoralists’ Wright Club. Larry’s play DannyKrisDonnaVeronica was a Primary Stages and ESPA Drills finalist, and received a public reading at the Duke on 42nd. From 2007 to 2012 he was the resident playwright for the LabRats Theater Company, which produced his play Ha! Ha! (a graffiti play) in 2011. His play Beef was performed as part of the Crown Point Arts Festival at the Abrons Art Center in 2007. Beef’s expanded two-act version was produced by Slant Theatre Project in 2008. As Promise TomorrowToday, Beef won the Best Play Award in the 2010 Downtown Urban Theatre Festival. His other plays include: Been Down So Long Looks Like Up to Us (workshopped at the Labyrinth Theatre’s 2010 Summer Intensive Ensemble), and an award-winning NYFringe Festival production of Carroll Gardens Aborning. He has been a featured writer for NYMadness (The Wild Project) and The Monologue Series (Barrow Street), and is published via Indie Theater Now. His screenplay TETRA is scheduled for production in late 2016, directed by James Fauvell. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife and two daughters.
Jeff Wise is an actor, director and producer in NYC. He most recently collaborated with Slant Theatre Project as a producer on the world premier of Lawrence Dial’s In the Room. Directing: Romeo and Juliet (Davenport Theater), Julius Caesar (Davenport Theater), Henry IV Part 2 (Access Theater), Hamlet (Gene Frankel), BACK (Walker Theater), Dear Penthouse (Schubert Theater). Acting: Hamlet (Gene Frankel), Lend Me a Tenor, Pajama Game, Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat (Mountain Playhouse), BACK, Three Sisters, Six Degrees of Separation, Bus Stop, La Ronde. MFA, NYU Graduate Acting.