Kirk Wood Bromley’s play “The Death of Griffin Hunter” is now at the Brick in Brooklyn (Bricklyn? Never mind), but only for a little while. So go already!
ONLY TWO MORE WEEKS to catch The Death of Griffin Hunter!
Backstage calls The Death of Griffin Hunter: “Fascinating…ambitious political thriller…an edgy kaleidoscope of brutality, humor, eroticism, romance, and philosophizing.”
Time-Out NY calls The Death of Griffin Hunter: “absorbing and amusing…a gaudy political thriller [with] intricately sturdy plotting.”
And audiences are having a blast…so come on by!
The Death of Griffin Hunter
A play noir by Kirk Wood Bromley
Directed by Howard Thoresen
Sets by Jane Stein
Lights by Jeff Nash
Costumes by Karen Flood
Production Mgt. by Ruthie Conde
Stage Mgt. by Casey McLain
8 pm, Wednesdays – Saturdays, January 10 – February 3, 2007
At The Brick Theater, 575 Metropolitan Ave., Williamsburg, NYC
Tickets are $18, but Wednesdays are “Pay What You Will” and Thursdays are “2 for 1”!
For reservations, information, and tickets go to
The Death of Griffin Hunter is the story of Griffin Hunter, the Secretary of Disarmament for the United Nations. When Hunter flies to San Francisco to sign a disarmament treaty with 90 nations, he is quickly embroiled into the crypto-psychotic grip of Vaad Sirat, an international weapons cartel that will stop at nothing to seduce Hunter to destroy himself and his vision for a better world. This thrilling “play noir” not only features 15 of the finest indie actors playing 40 sensational characters, an Iranian Tazi’ya play-within-the-play, and intricate and compelling plot twists, but it is a timely meditation on the complexities of peacemaking in a world where war means profit.