all her faces
a portrait of dusty springfield


The Club

June 1 - 10, 2007
Friday & Saturday at 10pm
Sunday at 5:30pm

Tickets $18


Conceived, written & directed by Anthony Inneo
In association with SCRIPTS UP! Inc.



When Jesse discovers his father's collection of Dusty Springfield 45’s, he puts down his iPod
and he and his dad embark on a journey that will bring them closer to her than either one could have ever imagined.

Featuring some of Dusty's best and least known songs, the "romantic fantasy" All Her Faces,
A Portrait of Dusty Springfield
goes far beyond biography to look behind the stories and memories surrounding one of pop music’s great voices and personalities.

Along the way, All Her Faces seeks to unveil the musical and emotional truth underlying the woman, her music and the magic that attracted legions of fans for decades. 

Fans of Dusty Springfield as well as those who've only heard of her legendary contributions throughout the 60’s and 70’s will not want to miss this opportunity to take a closer look at 
all her faces.

ANTHONY INNÉO (producer, director, writer, actor and singer) has been trained by Sandy
Meisner, Bob Modica, Uta Hagen, Mira Rostova, Lehman Engel, Terry Schreiber and Philip Burton (Richard’s father) for classics.  He has starred on Broadway as “Zach” in A Chorus Line, as well as London, Hawaii and on tour with Donna McKechnie.  Off-Broadway, his roles range from “Polo” in A Hatful Of Rain, to “Lucky” in the original production of Dames At Sea.  He’s been prominently featured in roles on As The World Turns, All My Children, Guiding Light, One Life To Live, and Law and Order – SVU.  He is also starring in a will-it-ever–be-released independent film, Ingrid

As a playwright, he’s adapting his play The Center Ring, which was successfully produced in LA, into a musical and is presently searching for a composer/lyricists like Kander and Ebb or Harnick and Bock.  His play Evaluating Woody was produced by From Now On Productions and SCRIPTS UP! Inc. at the Mint Theatre. 

As a producer, his passion is to take All Her Faces – A Portrait of Dusty Springfield into a cozy home Off-Broadway where it will run forever.  Well… at least as long as Phantom.  And he’ll talk to anyone who’s willing to invest.  So - whether producing, directing, performing or writing, Anthony’s bio is “To Be Continued”. 

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