Sharon Talbot's Upcoming Piece Proves LOVE CONQUERS
A (very) dark comedy by Sharon Talbot set in 1990s New York, "inspired by the grace and moxie of an HIV-positive woman who outfoxed her demons."
Diane is dying, thanks to Richie, her Mafia spouse. But wait! Richie is dead! But wait! He has come back to atone! Diane's got a choice-- swallow pills OR let a dead guy heal her. Hmmm...
Tickets available for purchase at the door (cash, check, credit card). Reservations are highly recommended. Box office/house will open at approximately 6:40pm. Seating is general admission. A wine and cheese reception will follow the show.
All proceeds will be split between ETC and the charitable programs of EAG.
The Episcopal Actors' Guild (est. 1923) is a charitable organization dedicated to helping performers "of all faiths, and none" who are experiencing financial crisis. Throughout the year, EAG also hosts events and fundraisers including concerts, variety shows, play readings, and professional workshops. www.actorsguild.org. EAG is located at 1 E. 29th St. NY, NY.
Sharon Talbot was born as Sharon Taylor into a large, boisterous Colorado family. She got her Equity card in a summer package of Gypsy, playing the back end of a cow. Because there was already a "Sharon Taylor" in Equity, she was forced to acquire the name "Talbot." Soon after, she was cast in Don't Drink the Water on Broadway, ultimately understudying Anita Gillette. She did her first movie role during that time, Siempre Libra, a film by Myrna Changar. Off-Broadway and regional theater productions followed, as well as a season on One Life to Live. Films include Commodities, written and directed by Fred Yu, and Michael Perrone's EVOL. Sharon created, wrote, and starred in the webseries Diana Maria Garcia, et. al. Explains It All For You. More information on Ms. Talbot can be found at www.sharontalbotactress.com.