With humility and heartbreaking hilarity, 'the(718)' presents the misadventures of beer-drinking, football-watching, awkward homosexual Stephen and his two straight best friends (as well as... See full summary »

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Stephen
Stas May ...
Darren
Patrick Edgar ...
Patrick
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The F Train Messiah
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Paul the Hot Irishman
Sean Tarrant ...
Jim
Tom Onushco ...
Mark
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Cassandra
Aurelia Lavizzo ...
Bartender
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With humility and heartbreaking hilarity, 'the(718)' presents the misadventures of beer-drinking, football-watching, awkward homosexual Stephen and his two straight best friends (as well as his beat poet conscience) as they navigate life and love in New York City's County of Kings. With a little less shoe talk than 'Sex & The City' (but a lot more testosterone), it's a clever and sexy portrait of Brooklyn's three most (in)eligible bachelors brimming with all of the insecurity, bravado and dependency that they would prefer to keep secret. Written by Anonymous

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Brooklyn, Baby... And the lads are alright.

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Comedy | Drama

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11 April 2010 (USA)  »

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The teleplay for the as yet unproduced second episode of 'the (718),' 'St. Stephen the Smarter' by Parrish Hurley, Moira Halloran, Ben Beckley and Brian Dykstra, won Second Place in The Cleveland Indie Gathering's 2009 Short Script Competition. See more »

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Paul the Hot Irishman: You're fucking beautiful, Lad.
Stephen: Yeah? I think I look like a Dr. Seuss character on crystal meth.
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Hilarious - brilliantly written
24 October 2010 | by (Boston) – See all my reviews

I loved it. The 718 is extremely clever and well written. The premise gives the show so many directions for the story to go and for hilarity to ensue. The character "Stephen" is spot on with his serious, yet conflicted, awkward and goofy approach to the role. There are so many great one-liners and funny dialogue. It will be fun to see how the other characters shake things up as their roles gain more depth. The subway "conscience" is also a hilarious addition to the cast and provides the perfect vessel for Stephen's inner voice to express itself. I love all the Brooklyn references as well. Local Brooklyn-ites will enjoy that aspect. I think it can only get better and cannot wait to see what comes next. Fantastic!


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