Selected Short Subjects: An Evening of New Plays and Works-in-Progress at Stage Left Studio
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The last date listed for Selected Short Subjects was Tuesday March 19, 2013 / 7:30pm (Debra Castellano, Karen Sklaire, Tim Collins).
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There are times in life that are so challenging, the only thing left to do is laugh. That's what Erica Herd did when her Mom was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. She dug deep to find the humor -- then she wrote a play about it, and set the whole thing to a smoky blues score. The result is Alzheimer's Blues, a play about life and love, told with great affection and humor. Erica's mother, Katherine Lind, was one of the most talented actresses working the New York stage during the '50s, '60s and '70s. But Alzheimer's deprived her not only of her memories but also her home, and Erica had to step in to manage things. Alzheimer's Blues is a surreal look into the lives and minds of Erica and her mom, guaranteed to make you ponder the power of love. Learn More
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3 very talented women play writers/actresses/comediennes present a one act version of full plays that are in development.
Performances: excellent. We will Definately follow up and buy tickets when these acts become full-fledged plays; it will be interesting to see if casts are expanded or if they remain solo acts.
March 15, 2013 at 7:30pm:
Annette Guarrasi, with a segment of her work-in-progress, It Ain't Pretty, about a woman coming to terms with pregnancy and the growing pains that come with it.
Erica Herd, with new segments of her work in progress, The Year of Dead Cats
Theresa Gambacorta, with Baby Fat, a verbatim monologue
March 19, 2013 at 7:30pm:
Debra Castellano, with The Further Adventures of Swamp Girl, in which she tries to find someone besides herself to marry.
Karen Sklaire, with Drama at the Point, plus a new segment of this growing work.
Tim Collins, award-winning solo show artist, with a monologue from The Script