Gray Area: A Civil War Re-Enactor Comedy
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Levi Green has just found out that his father's church is to be torn down. Now, after 13 years away from his hometown and his Bible-wielding pastor father, Levi's headed back home. Confronting his father about his unpermissive parenting and the many secrets left untold about Levi's mother, this trip home is rife with the strain of some much-needed conscience cleansing. Will Levi and his father be able to come to terms with who they are to each other, or will the tension of this showdown forever tear them apart? Paris Crayton III's drama stars Taurean Blacque, an Emmy nominee for his work on Hill Street Blues. Learn More
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“The collision of worlds Ahlin sets up is hilarious … Funny, inventive and unpredictable.” —The New York Times
“A boatload of laughs." —LA Weekly, Recommended
About the Playwright, John Ahlin
Actors Theatre of Louisville 2001 In-house Play competition awarded John first prize for his 10 minute play Nem. John has written scores of scripts for the comedy group Movie Madness, half a dozen educational plays of his have been performed around the country and his plays What the Morph Brothers Did, Death Down East and The Brain Show have all been produced. As an actor, John has appeared on Broadway in Waiting for Godot (with Bill Irwin, Nathan Lane, John Goodman and John Glover), Journey’s End (2007 Tony Award for Best Revival), The Lieutenant of Inishmore, Voices in the Dark, One Mo’ Time, Whoopee! and Macbeth. Off-Broadway John portrayed Orson Welles in Austin Pendleton’s Orson’s Shadow and has appeared as Falstaff six times, most recently in Henry IV at the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival. His TV acting credits include Law and Order: SVU, Third Watch, and As the World Turns.