From Head to ‘Bed’ Benefit:
“A benefit for the upcoming U.S. premiere of a dark comedy play by Brendan Cowell has been announced for April 5.
The event will be held to raise funds for the American debut of Bed, the story of a man who can charm just about anybody’s pants off: literally. His roller coaster relationship ride goes from schoolboy dalliances and marital failure to college trysts and sex for cash.
Drinks and refreshments will be available.
The benefit will be held April 5, from 8 p.m. to midnight at Lowbar, 81 Washington St., between Front and York streets, in Dumbo, Brooklyn. Tickets cost $35, cash only.”
About Brendan Cowell, from IMBD: “Currently, Brendan is a very successful playwright and actor in the Sydney theatre scene. His play, Rabbit, is the recipient of the 2003 Griffin Playwriting award for most outstanding new work in a given year, and his play, â€˜Bedâ€™, earned him a share of the 2001 Patrick White Playwrights award, the richest playwriting award in Australia for new talent. He is probably most recognizable to many Australians from his role as Todd on the SBS comedy, “Life Support” (2001). Brendan is a co-founder of Roguestar Productions with fellow actors ‘Anthony Hayes’ and Leland Kean.”