British TV and Film Writer Aschlin Ditta Attends Teatro SEA's SCENES OF A SEXUAL NATURE Tonight
British television and film writer ASCHLIN DITTA (writer of the screenplay to the film, Scenes of a Sexual Nature) flies in to attend tonight's performance of Scenes of a Sexual Nature, the stage play. Mr. Ditta will do a Q & A after the performance.
Producer Leonard Zelig adapted the complex humor and sexuality of Aschlin Ditta's multi-layered film into a new stage play currently running at Teatro SEA.
Aschlin Ditta has written three series and two specials of The Catherine Tate Show with Catherine Tate, winning several awards, and has written for many British television shows including No Angels and the forthcoming Mr. Sloane. He has also written several feature films including Scenes of a Sexual Nature and French Film for which he won Best Screenplay at the Monte Carlo Film Festival, 2008. He lives in North London with his partner, actress Georgina Rich, and their daughter Nancy.
Scenes explores divorce, homosexuality, the longevity of love, children, infidelity, and prostitution ... all in one afternoon. It's seven interwoven stories of couples in Hampstead Heath Park in north London.
The show runs now through March 16, playing Thursday - Saturday @ 8:00 p.m. and Sunday @ 6:00 p.m. Produced by the Water People Theater Company at Teatro SEA, 107 Suffolk St. (Teatro SEA is located on Suffolk Street on Manhattan's Lower East Side near the Williamsburg Bridge (between Delancey Street and Rivington Street). Tickets available at https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/932406.
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