The Dork Knight written and performed by Jason O’Connell directed by Tony Speciale scenic design Jerry Marsini lighting design Zach Blane costume design Hunter Kaczorowski production stage manager Michelle Viteri produced in association with Anna and Tajar Varghese one man’s obsession with movies about another man’s obsession with dressing up like a rodent and punching people January 6 – 29, 2017 Dorothy Strelsin Theatre 312 West 36th Street The Dork Knight traces the ups and downs of actor Jason O’Connell’s personal and professional life as seen through the prism of his love/hate relationship with the Batman movies. Featuring numerous “cameos” from the bat-voices in his head, O’Connell takes us on a trip down cinematic memory lane that begins with the 1989 Michael Keaton blockbuster, and strolls past George Clooney’s bat-nipples, Christian Bale’s bat-growl, and a couple of iconic Jokers en route to (sigh) Batfleck. This funny, intimate memoir demonstrates how one’s “inner geek” can guide and inspire in good times and in bad. The Dork Knight contains adult themes and language. Not recommended for ages under 13.