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He's With Me

CREATOR/WRITER/EXECUTIVE PRODUCER/LEAD ACTOR

“He’s With Me”, tells the story of the unlikely friendship between gay theatre critic Martin and straight ad man Ted. I'm proud to say that my award-winning show continues to gain viewership of its two seasons and twenty-one episodes. “He’s With Me” is currently offered on YouTube, OutTV and Dekkoo and is for sale on Amazon.        

 

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Cady Did

CREATOR/WRITER/EXECUTIVE PRODUCER

I created "Cady Did" with and for Tony Award-winner Cady Huffman.  Spoofing her image as a Broadway Star, "Cady Huffman" slinks back to her hometown after a disastrous audition goes viral.  I wrote the ten-episode first season of "Cady Did", which is streaming now.

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Searching for Sylvie

SHORT FILM

CREATOR/WRITER/EXECUTIVE PRODUCER

"Searching for Sylvie" was created for actor Susan Jeffries and produced under the auspices of my company, Make Your Show.

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A Conversational Place

WRITER/PRODUCER

Directed by Bob Giraldi, “A Conversational Place” stars Emmy winner Marilyn Sokol as a narcissistic voice over coach who makes a startling discovery about her student.  The film is an official selection of the Miami Short Film Festival, Atlanta Shortsfest, FilmColumbia, Santa Barbara OUTrageous Film Festival and DAMN! Film Series.  "A Conversational Place" is a Gold winner of the Spotlight Film Awards and has received an Award of Merit, Best Actress (Marilyn Sokol) and Best Screenplay (Jason Cicci) by the One-Reeler Short Film Competition and DAMN Film Festival.

Lipstick Ladies

WRITER/PRODUCER

Directed by Kara Silvestri, "Lipstick Ladies" features Tony Award Winner Cady Huffman and Kathy Searle in a black comedy thriller about mysterious murders, broken hearts and sweet revenge.  

Superfriends

WRITER/PRODUCER

Another collaboration with Bob Giraldi and produced in conjunction with School of Visual Arts, "Superfriends" tells the story of two former best friends who reconnect ,after years of estrangement, at a Super Hero-themed wedding. Starring two-time Tony Nominee Alison Fraser.

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The Whisperer

THEATRE

A Month of Sundays

him & her

A Month Of Sundays

WRITER/PRODUCER/LEAD ACTOR

A Month of Sundays is a tale of love, longing and games that premiered at Theatre Row Theatre on 42nd Street. 

“Jason Cicci’s marathon of navel-gazing gathers charm and pointedness, as a band of yearning twentysomethings assemble weekly to moan and sniff each other, catching the scent of themselves, pairing a good Catholic boy with a bad Jewish girl, hearing the confessions of a man who likes the smoke better than the screw because he can be alone.”
– The Village Voice

“Cicci’s strengths are a wonderful ear for current speech, a smooth flow of scenes and believable, quirky characters.  Fascinating.”
– Victor Gluck, Backstage

A Month of Sundays fulfills a classic Off-Off-Broadway purpose, the introductions of a bright new palette.  The characters are fresh and have a vividness, which evokes an entire world.  Jason Cicci creates a world where friends and co-dependents mingle, as do love and obsession.”
– David Hirsh, Hi-Drama

him & her

WRITER/PRODUCER

With three intertwining one-acts, him & her explores the gender wars.  A glimpse into three different relationships at three different times confirms the profound conflicts and samenesses of men and women.  him & her was produced at Ground Floor Theatre.  The play has received subsequent productions at PNBC at HERE, the Riant Theatre Company and Summerstage New York.

“The light comedy in him & her is written with a sure hand.”
– David Mackler, OOBR

Closet Chronicles

PRODUCER

Viewed through the teenaged eyes of Agatha, this fast-paced comedy follows the Angell family through three holidays as hilarious family secrets are exposed during a slew of “coming outs”. From the “Gay-No-More” clinic to a father’s foot fetish, Closet Chronicles blows the hinges off one family’s closed doors.  Written by Eric R. Pfeffinger and starring Emmy and Obie winner Marilyn Sokol.

7 Reece Mews

PRODUCER

7 Reece Mews, a young American artist goes to Dublin to be near painter Francis Bacon, the man he has taken as his master and teacher.  Bacon, being dead, could only communicate through his jumbled possessions and perhaps through John, a mysterious man who may or may not have been Bacon’s last lover.  This New York City premiere of David Brendan Hopes' drama starred Tate Ellington.

Hate Mail

PRODUCER/LEAD ACTOR

Hate Mail follows the outrageous relationship between Preston (Jason Cicci), an entitled Midwesterner and Dahlia (Danielle Ferland), an avant garde New York artist.  An acerbic, modern cousin of Love Letters, the biting comedy begins when Preston sends multiple complaint letters that lead to Dahlia losing her job and turn her into the laughingstock of New York City.  She then vows to get even.  As their vitriolic letters and e-mails reach fever pitch, the unlikely couple realize there is a thin line between love and hate.  Have Preston and Dahlia finally met their match?  Written by Kira Obolensky and Bill Corbett.

The Men's Room

WRITER/PRODUCER/LEAD ACTOR

The Men’s Room is a live comedy series that tells the story of gay theatre critic Martin Adams and his burgeoning friendship with straight ad man Ted.  With insight from their married friends Valerie and Eddie and freelance men’s room attendant Benny, Martin and Ted navigate the waters of contemporary men.  The Men’s Room played at The Duplex Cabaret Theatre, “airing” episodes monthly in front of a live audience.  This popular show became the award-winning, original series “He’s With Me.”

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Closet Chronicles

7 Reece Mews

Hate Mail

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