THINGS UNSAID to Run 4/28-30 at Historic Players Club
Things Unsaid is an evening of three one-act plays revolving around the theme of words that have been left unspoken--the landlord who cannot bring himself to tell his tenant he loves her, the mother who returns from the dead to finish her conversation with her son, the couple whose fury finally releases after decades of things not spoken.
The Three Plays:
Ophelia's Landlord Written by Daleth Hall
Ophelia breezes into the life of her new Landlord, but unless he can express his feelings for her, she may just breeze back out again.
Just Down the Hall Written by Loren Lieberthal
Joey's mom conquers the boundaries of heaven and earth, to impart the final words that will ensure her son's happiness.
Undo Written by Shebana Coelho
At the end of their relationship, a wife attempts to reconcile with her husband, as they recount what should and what shouldn't have been said.
The creative team includes lighting design & technical direction by Liz Garvin, costume design by Michael Sui, music arranged by Sean Harkness and stage management by Erin Person. Produced by Peter Berinstein & Rich Barber. Directed by Melissa Attebery. Music by Peter Berinstein - Lyrics by Shelley Miller.
All performances take place at the historic Players Club, 16 Gramercy Park South (between Park Avenue South & Irving Place). Subways: 6/N/R/F/M to 23rd Street.
Due to limited seating, reservations are strongly recommended and can be made at 212-473-2550. There is a suggested donation of $18 dollars which will benefit The Players Foundation for Theatre Education.
Monday, April 28th @ 7:00 pm
Tuesday, April 29th @ 7:00 pm
Wednesday, April 30th @ 7:00 pm