Here's the scoop on my new play. It'd be great if you can make it!
|Susannah Holub plays Hermione, and Josh Taliafero plays Gingold (twins!). Lora Mirigiliani-Bell (not shown) also stars as Nurse Connie and Portia Portico. Margaux St. Ledger directs the production.||Lary Moten cranks up the zaniness as Dr. Bengali and Tedesco, while Jeannie Sconzo gives depth as Helen Midthassel-Kazarnowicz, reluctant homeowner and mother of twins|
|Imagine an obstetrician who believes that laughter is the best and ONLY medicine for a woman giving birth! Now imagine that that woman is having twins! That is the premise of Times Two, a riotously funny short play about a family and their zany doctor, Dr. Bengali, and his equally ditzy nurse, Connie.|
In the second part of the show, Homeowner's Blues, you'll find the same family several years later. Their twins have been born - Hermione, the girl, and Gingold, the boy.
They're totally rambunctious as their parents prepare to buy an old, dilapidated house from an unscrupulous realtor, Ms. Portico. Then, they flip when a crusty exterminator tells them about the bugs galore they can look forward to.
Don't miss this evening of fun and entertainment!
Dates and times: 8 pm, Friday, October 17; Saturday October 18; Friday, October 24, (no Saturday performance on the 25th); special 3 p.m. matinee Sunday October 26, and 8 pm, Friday, November 14 and Saturday, November 15, 2003.
Tickets: Available at the door: $12 adults, $6 children 12 and under. Cash sales only. No checks or credit cards.
SAVE with Advance reservations: Reserve in advance by contacting us at email@example.com or calling 215-635-5189, and the price at the door for you will be $10 for adults and $5 for children 12 and under. Cash sales only. No checks or credit cards.
Location: The New York Café Theatre of Germantown, 501 East Armstrong Street, Philadelphia, PA 19144
About a previous reading of these plays, The Philadelphia City Paper wrote:
For the full article, visit: www.fried-cas.com/creative.
Then go to Plays and Times Two.
See a Map - hand-drawn but possibly useful!
From Broad Street (going north from C.C. or from Route 1 going south from North East Philly) - Take Belfield Avenue (4500 N) to Armstrong Street - go exactly 1.3 miles from Broad Street or 1 block after you go through the park after Wister Street.
From NJ - BF or Walt Whitman Bridges - Take 76 W (keep right)
take Route 1 North (keep right) get off at Germantown Ave exit, T/L on to
Germantown Ave. to Wister Street. (5000 block N). From Germantown Ave (5000
block N)- T/R on to Wister Street to Belfield Ave (at traffic light) T/L
on Belfield to Armstrong Street - 1 block. T/R on Armstrong (by Phila. Gas
Wks) go to open door.From Route 309 - going south - keep going straight
on OGONTZ AVENUE to Olney Avenue - T/R on Olney to LaSalle University at
20th Street - T/L on 20th St. south to dead end. T/R on to Belfield Avenue
to Armstrong St. - 1 block after light at Wister St.
|Jeannie Sconzo, playing Helen Midthassel- Kazarnowicz||Lary Moten, playing Dr. Bengali and Tedesco||Lora Mirigliani-Bell, playing Nurse Connie and Portia Portico||Margaux St. Ledger, our director|