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by Lanford Wilson

Directed by Jenna Worsham

November 12-14, 2015. The Lee Strasberg Theatre

Synopsis: Set in Frank’s Cafe, a greasy diner in NYC, the play focuses on the relationship between Joe, a drug dealer indebted to a kingpin named Chuckles, and Darlene, a naive girl who has just moved to the city.

Featuring: Tate Kenney, Constantin Kamps, Charles Ouda, Rohini Unnikrishan, Vibor Krekovic, Stephen McFarlane, Jason LaPenta, Iany Panait, Rony Herman, Robert Leng, Edward Heinemann, Nathaniel Ansbach, Ana Riberiro, Rachel Sheen, Tereza Tausova, John Carbone, Daniel Napolitano, Oren Oettinger, Julia Vlasenko, Weronika Wozniak, Andrea Pimental, Gjermund Gjesme, Zheng Kangnan, Patrick Leddy

Creative Team:

Scenic Design: Sheryl Liu

Lighting Design: Jesse Sheldon

Costume Design: Kaela Garvin

Sound Design: Daniel Melnick

Stage Manager: Ashley Nelson

Assistant to the Director: Naomi Campagne

Photography: Bailey Carr

Fall 20208/5 Update: Online

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