Projects Created by Ronnie Larsen
Projects Produced by Ronnie Larsen
Openly gay Shelly and his openly gay son Michael share an apartment in Wilton Manors and everything is very peaceful until they both fall for the same guy and things get complicated. 3 Card Stud is a joyful reminder that you're never too old or too young to fall in love.
DATES & TIMES:
November 8th - December 2nd
Saturdays: 5:00pm & 8:30pm
Sundays: 3:00pm & 7:00pm
The Foundry @ Wilton Theater Factory
2306 N. Dixie Highway
Wilton Manors, Florida 33305
DV Carr (Bill) has performed at the Lake Worth Playhouse in High Society as Uncle Willie and in Lend Me A Tenor as Saunders. At Martin County’s A.C.T. Studio Theater he’s played in The Dining Room, Three Viewings and The Fantastiks, playing a favorite role as Henry, the Old Actor. DV is very excited to cross the Broward County line and be cast in a Ronnie Larsen Production. He dedicates this performance to his best life long fan.
Mikhail Duggan (Richard) is an actor with a BFA in Screen Acting from Chapman University where he was able to act on their main stage in many cool plays including the Wibbly Wobbly Wiggly Dance that Cleopatterer Did and A Night of Noh Theatre. He currently resides in New York City with his identical twin brother Nik where they are in the process of creating their own films and web series in New York. He is stoked to be making his Florida stage debut at the Wilton Theatre Factory!
Tyler Charles Kane (Michael) “It’s not how you act; it’s why.” Seven simple words that 23 year old, Florida native, Tyler Charles Kane lives by. His stage credits include: “The Pillowman”, “The Crucible”, “Wasp and Other Plays”, “Columbinus”, and “Nine” by Jane Shepard. Already an accomplished actor, he intends to launch a music career in the fall of 2018, under the alias "7Kane". Grateful to director Ronnie Larsen for giving him another opportunity to grow.
Michael Wright (Frank) hails from eastern Kentucky via Chicago and Washington, D.C., making his stage debut as Frank. He has spent his adult life as a straight-laced government bureaucrat and now is expanding his horizons and comfort zone by assisting Ronnie both on and off stage. He thanks his husband James for his encouragement and understanding as he takes this leap into the theater world!