New Play Window of Opportunity at The Met Theatre
The last date listed for Window of Opportunity was Sunday, May 14, 2006 / 3:00pm.
Quotes & Highlights
“There may not be a more up-to-the-minute play in town than Window of Opportunity, a comedy-with-plot-twists that dissectsthe putrid moral innards of a corporate Croesus trying tomanipulate his way out of an Enron-like scandal, while indulgingin the call girls-a-la-carte lifestyle of a Yale-degreed, WhiteHouse-connected, Teflon-coated scoundrel.” -Los Angeles Times
“Savage new satire.” _-LA Times_
“Hilariously skewers a take-no-prisoners corporate culture.” —LA Weekly
“Critic’s Pick” —Backstage West
A New Play by Samuel Warren Joseph
Directed by Billy Hayes
Starring Matthew Kimbrough, Phil Proctor, Randy Irwin, Roxana Brusso, Ty Granderson Jones and Hollace Starr.
Produced by John Densmore and Winship Cook
John Densmore is the drummer for The Doors and Winship Cook produced the highly acclaimed one man play about Robert Kennedy – “RFK” – in LA and moved it to NYC – Off-Broadway for a 4 month limited run at The Culture Project.
Roger Sizemore seems to have it all. He is in control of a large mega-corporation and has vast wealth and holdings. He has powerful friends in Washington, D.C., and is being rumored to be the next Secretary of the Treasury. Roger’s expansive appetites extend beyond money and power. While meeting with his aide de camp and the candidate for an important position in the corporation, Roger summons a couple of high-end call girls. Things get desperately out of hand, and Roger is faced with the prospect of his empire crashing down around his ears as he is confronted with potential ruin, a menacing pimp, jail time, and worse.