PLAYWRIGHTS WORKSHOP MEMBERS present
staged readings Monthly
MICKEY AND ANTHONY
by Marv Siegel
NOTE: (Strong language, adult content.)
A white couple refuses to institutionalize their 22-year-old son Mickey who suffers from a severe brain disorder. When it becomes impossible to find care, 22-year-old Anthony Williams, an African-American in the probation system, is assigned to the task as community service. Anthony is not thrilled about the position, but it becomes a life-changing experience for both young men.
2 PM, Saturday, Oct 14th.
Marv Siegel’s work has been produced in New York City, Florida and around the country. His play THE AUTO-BIOGRAPHY OF GOD as told to Mel Schneider ran to rave reviews in a limited off-Broadway run starring Ron Palillo of Welcome Back Kotter fame (“...one of the brightest dark comedies you’ll ever see” – New York Theatre Wire. )GENERATIONS APART was produced numerous times nationwide. Retitled as JACK BENNY’S NOT 39 ANY MORE!, it has been published by ArtAge, the leading senior theatre resource center in the country. Marv is member of the Dramatists Guild and former Producing Artistic Director of the esteemed Manhattan Playwrights.
Admission is FREE.
Friends of the Cranford Library generously support the monthly play reading series.
"As director of the Cranford Public Library, I attend nearly all of The Theater Project play readings, and I am never less than highly impressed by the quality of the productions."
John Malar, Director