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These plays had to meet two criteria: 1) they had to be set in a real place you could find on a map of the world (current, ancient, whatever... as long as it exists or existed) and 2) the story being told could only take place in that specific location. They are... The Bloomingdale Road by Mark Loewenstern (the historic Upper West Side) directed by DeLisa M. White Gateway for Ashes by Dana Leslie Goldstein (Ellis Island) directed by Wendy Seyb** The German Bitch by David M. Mead (The Fortress of Peter and Paul, St. Petersburg, Russia) directed by Katrin Hilbe A Man Walks into a Bar by Bob Manus (The Star Saloon, Washington, D.C.) directed by Thomas Coté Second Tiers by Glenn Alterman (FantasyFest in Key West, Florida) directed by Kelly Johnston** The plays tell the stories of the evolution of Broadway (the street), the search for family lost decades prior, a condemned pretender to the Russian throne receiving a mysterious visitor, the events leading up to a presidential assassination, and what it's like to have once been love with a superhero (or two)!
5/2/2013 at 7:00pm