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Slant of Light Presents Andrea Rosen in ALL ME ALL THE TIME Reading 10/27

Slant of Light Theatre Company of Norwalk, Connecticut is set to present an exclusive reading of a newly revised edition of Susan Cinoman's acclaimed play, All Me, All the Time on Wednesday, October 27th at 7:30 to 9:00 pm. Susan Cinoman, a Connecticut based playwright, will also co-direct the performance with Tara Peterson (Long Wharf Theatre, Harold Prince Productions). The reading, performed by dynamic actors from the stage, film and television, will take place at Toquet Hall, 58 Post Road East, Westport, Connecticut. The performance is open to the community and free of charge.

Two married couples confront the end of their marriages, in All Me, All the Time, while their daughters engage in bad behavior on the night of high school graduation. The fates of the husbands and wives are revealed in this fast paced exploration of love, commitment and the empty nest on the edge.

Susan Cinoman is a published and produced playwright, director and drama coach whose work has been produced Off- Broadway to critical acclaim. Her play, "Fitting Rooms", has been performed internationally. "All Me, All the Time" was first read at Fairfield Theatre Company, in Fairfield Connecticut, directed by Anne Keefe (Westport Country Playhouse). Cinoman is also a screenwriter and the co-winner of Best Narrative Film at The New England Film and Video Festival , 2007 and Best Connecticut Filmmaker award along with her husband, director Doug Tenaglia, for the film, "Love and Class in Connecticut".

The cast of All Me, All the Time is headlined by actress and comedian Andrea Rosen, the comic star of television's STELLA, Rosen has also been featured on HBO's Flight of the Conchords as well as many other film, tv and stage productions, in the role of "Pam", who wants to leave her marriage for life with a painter named "Steve". Scott Bryce, former Westport resident, of theatre and film fame, reads "Jake", the aloof, handsome husband who needs a second chance at being himself-with a younger woman. Eddie Varley, of Lifetime Television's "Matched in Manhattan", INTO THE WEEDS and The New Vic Theatre of London reads "Barry", a slightly disheveled, hard-working guy trying to hold onto his artist wannabe wife. Joanna Keylock, star of the award winning independent film, "Love and Class in Connecticut" directed by Doug Tenaglia, reads "Sharon", the quintessential wife and mother about to be replaced by an even younger "other woman". Sabrina Brier will play the part of a daughter, "Katie" and Gwen Kirkland will read "Taylor", the daughters.

The Slant of Light Theatre Company, located at Buckingham Road, Norwalk, presented its first production in August 2009. Currently, SOL is staging a Play Reading Series at Toquet Hall in Westport and the United Church of Christ in Milford. Slant of Light Theatre Company is a non-profit company whose mission is to foster thought, promote discussion and challenge assumptions. For more information, visit www.soltheatercompany.com.


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