Two Plays I Can’t Wait to See!!

Thursday is sure to be a gold star day for theater lovers on the East End. That’s because we’ve got two highly entertaining productions opening that night. Yippee!

Help him with the hooks, Wardell (l-r Ed Kassar, Scott Wilson, and Frances Sherman)

Ed Kassar gets a helping hand from Scott Wilson, while Frances Sherman patrols the perimeter in the Southampton Cultural Center production of “Sordid Lives.”                       Dane Dupuis photo.

At the Southampton Cultural Center, there’s “Sordid Lives,” a campy cult classic by Del Shores that’s sure to shock and awe. I don’t want to spoil the plot for those not familiar with the play, but let’s just say that it’s racy fun at its best. Read more about it in this week’s Sag Harbor Express.

Here’s a direct link to the feature I was thrilled to write for the paper.  http://sagharboronline.com/southamptons-shocking-and-sexy-sordid-lives/

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Rebecca Edana, Mary McGloin and John Carlin in a scene from Hampton Theatre Company’s production of “Dead Accounts.” Tom Kochie photo.

In Quogue, the Hampton Theatre Company is putting on another seriously great production with “Dead Accounts.” I love the themes–homecoming, integrity, morality and navigating familial relationships–explored by playwright Theresa Rebeck (creator of the television show “Smash”) in this dark comic play. I can’t wait to see it and tell you all about it too! Here’s a little preview, also one that I wrote for the Express. How lucky am I to get to write about so many things I love. Yay!

Virtue & Greed Collide in HTC’s “Dead Accounts”

 

 

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