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Sissy hangs out with The Lonely Boys, Gregory Lay and cast this Friday night LIVE!

Sissy meets the stars of The Lonely Boys, Gregory Lay, Patrick Davin and Richard Lampone LIVE this Friday night 7:30pm EST on MNN Channel 56 TWC Manhattan and on

Aug. 22, 2014 - NEW YORK -- The Lonely Boys is about Jules and Saul, close friends since college, spend a weekend together dealing with their recent break-ups by drinking heavily, chasing women, and coming to terms with the meaning of their friendship. Jules, a playwright, is coming off a six-year relationship. He's under pressure to finish a play and has had to move back in with his parents because of money problems. Saul, a restaurant manager for a less than honest establishment, is desperately trying to keep it together while heartbreak leads him to excess and self destruction.

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Gregory Lay (Actor - Saul, co-writer, producer)
Gregory Lay was raised in Paramus, New Jersey where he began acting at a young age. He later attended Boston University Film School while   ...more...

Sissy chats with acting veteran Caitlin O'Heaney this Friday night LIVE on The Sissy Show!

Sissy chats with acting veteran Caitlin O'Heaney about her career and hopes for the future this coming Friday night LIVE 7:30pm EST on MNN Channel 56 TWC Manhattan and on our website

Aug. 28, 2014 - NEW YORK -- Caitlin O'Heaney is an American TV, film and stage actress and a proud member of Actor’s Equity and SAG-AFTRA.

O'Heaney has worked extensively in live theater, but is best known for playing Sarah Stickney White, the female lead on the ABC action-adventure series Tales of the Gold Monkey in the early 1980s. She also played the first Snow White Charming in the ABC sitcom The Charmings in 1987.

O'Heaney was born in Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin of Irish, Polish, Prussian and German descent. Her great-great-great-grandfather is Jacob Best, founder of what became the Pabst Brewing Company. To this day the logo of a Hop Leaf imprinted with the letter B can be found on each can and bottle of Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer. Frederick Pabst, his wife Dorothea Best and their sons were enthusiastic supporters of the Theatre. Caitlin was surprised and pleased to discover that her family’s Pabst Grand Center; a Hotel, Restaurant and Theatre located in 1913 in New York City at what is now Columbus Circle rented The Elk’s Room for $15 to a group of 100 or more disgruntled Actors for the purpose of forming a Union. It was at this meeting on May 26, 1913 that Actor’s Equity was formed!

Caitlin won a full scholarship to the Juilliard School in New York City when she was 17. Then known as Kathleen Heaney, she was a member of the Juilliard Drama Division's Group 3 (1970–1974) where she studied under Academy Award-winning actor John Houseman. Her performances at Juilliard included several classic roles, such as Masha in The Seagull; Doreen in Tartuffe; Juliet in Romeo and Juliet; Mary Boyle in Juno and the Paycock; Maryanne in Measure for Measure; and Esmeralda in Camino Real.

O'Heaney made her off-Broadway debut as Loretta in The   ...more...