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The Home Glam Heist
will be peformed at East Village Basement.

For inqueries regarding performance rights please email:

Duration: 1 hour

Tickets on sale now! 


Written by Anna Giacalone

Directed by Cameron King

Summary: The Home Glam Heist follows a ragtag team of coworkers as they plan the perfect scheme, the robbery redefines their relationships, and they evade the watchful eye of their manager. 

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Meet the Team:

Jake Anderson

Jake Anderson is an actor and writer based in Brooklyn. Off-broadway: Willmar (Neighborhood Theatre Project), The Catamite (Broadway Bound Theater Festival). Regional: Indian Summer (Bay Street Theater), Effigy (Philadelphia Fringe Festival). Film: "TV Dinners," "Bridge Nights and Dog Days," "Queens Get the Money," "Garland." Represented by Wayne Gasser.


Ayana Cymone

Ayana Cymone is super happy, grateful, excited and many other adjectives to be a part of this wonderful project!! Ayana is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University where she received her BFA in Acting. Most recently she was a part of Treasure Island with Dartboard Productions. Enjoy the show!! instagram: @ayanacymone

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Mia Sterbini

Mia Sterbini is a performer and cultural worker from Maryland. Recent Off-Broadway & NY theatre includes work with: The Brick, Breaking the Binary Theatre, INTAR, Dogtown & 24 Hour Plays. Recent film credits include Netflix's RUSTIN, Netflix's LADY'S FIRST & Dola Rashad's GEMINI. They are a recent graduate of Point Park University's BFA Acting.


Chad Vann

Chad Pierre Vann is a NY based artist. TV: Let The Right One In (Showtime). Theater: Antony And Cleopatra, The Cherry Orchard, In The Blood, Too Heavy for Your Pocket (The Juilliard School). Education: The Juilliard School. Instagram: @chadpvann

Josh Lee

Josh Lee is a performer from Burke, VA based in New York. NYU Tisch and the Stella Adler Studio ‘21. NY Theatre: Bloody Instructions (Three Bears Studios). Regional Theatre: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Romeo and Juliet, Cabaret: The Musical, Treasure Island, As You Like It (Classic Theatre of Maryland). Founder of Tickle Juice Studios.

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Harry Dietrich
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Harry Dietrich is a playwright, theatre technician, and academic based in New York City. He has an MA in Theatre from Villanova University and a BA in English/Theatre from Albright College. Previous works include: “Fate-Weaver” and “Me Isn’t Themself.” Recipient of the Bushwick Starr Emerging Playwright Grant, sponsored by Jeremy O. Harris


Anna Giacalone

Anna Giacalone holds a BA in English and Communications from Pace University, which is where she first started playwriting. Her full-length play, THE BREAKROOM, was awarded the Billie and Curtis Owens Award, 3rd Place by Pace University’s New York English Department. Professionally, Anna has held positions in nearly every facet of theatrical management at various theatres, including the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene, the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, Hudson Stage Company, and Arc Stages. In Fall 2022, Anna made her NYC producing debut as the Associate Producer of OFF PEAK, which had a successful run at 59E59 Theaters.

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Cameron King

Cameron King (she/her) is a theatre director from New York City with the coolest friends in the world.  Her work has been seen at Ars Nova, Bay Street Theater, Museum of Jewish Heritage, Red Pavilion, TheaterLab, IRT, and more.  This summer, she'll be directing Clue at Timberlake Playhouse, Wyld Woman: The Legend of Shy Girl for Edinburgh Fringe, and a sight-specific Rent with Southern Plains Productions.  She's a proud LaGuardia Arts alum with a BFA from Carnegie Mellon.

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About our Venues:

East Village Basement

East Village Basement is a multipurpose theater/arts space located in the historically artistic neighborhood of New York City. The space is designed like a cozy living room, providing an intimate and creative atmosphere for small-scale shows, readings, rehearsals, film shoots, art exhibitions, and more.

To learn more about East Village Basement go to:

The Living Room

“A creative space, an artistic laboratory fostering experimentation and collaboration; connecting brilliant, independent, and determined artists, performers, musicians, playwrights, filmmakers, and more, to each other and a community of art supporters.

To learn more about The Living Room NYC go to:

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