Mainstage Production 1
A Festival of One Act Plays About Mature Women & Their Generation
by Stuart Harris
Shirley Bodtke and Larisa Polonsky
Colleen, a 95-year old woman living in an assisted-living home, receives a surprise visit from her great granddaughter
The A Word
by Linda Faigao-Hall
Melanie Nicholls-King (HBO's The Wire, Relativity) and Obie Award Winner Antwan Ward
A mother is confronted by her son about her past.
The End of Civilization As We Know It
by Lydia Stryk
Meg Myles and Maxine Prescott
Two women, who share a common secret, attend their grandson's wedding.
Producer: Megan Kingery
Production Stage Manager: Amy Kaskeski
Set & Lighting Design: Maruti Evans
Sound Design: Elizabeth Rhodes
Costume Design: Arnulfo Maldonado
Assistant Stage Manager: Phil Gutierrez
The Samuel Beckett Theatre, Theatre Row
"GUTSY!... a quality not often seen in New York theatre."
- Anne Midgette, New York Times
"Diverse City Theater and director Gregory Simmons are certainly to be commended for venturing where so many others would not care to go!"
- Paulanne Simmons
"Riveting one-act plays about women... of ALL generations!"
- Loria Parker, theaterscene.net
3 by Tennessee:
One Act Plays by Tennessee Williams
This Property is Condemned
Michael Busillo and Tovah Rose
27 Wagons Full of Cotton
Katya Campbell, Randy Falcon and Sal Inzerillo
I Can't Imagine Tomorrow
Victor Lirio and Larisa Polonsky
Stage Manager: Jack Lynch
Set Design: Brian Ireland
Lighting Design: Justin Partier
Sound Design: Lisa Hogan
Ensemble Studio Theatre