KISS THE MOON, KISS THE SUN is an emotionally-charged play that explores the relationships between a son and his mother, and a woman, that is about to have her life changed by them both. The play, like real life, is a constant tug-of-war between humor and pathos, selfishness and selflessness, surviving and thriving. KISS THE MOON, KISS THE SUN is the perfect blend of comedy and drama... a "must see" theatre experience!
SHEDDING LIGHT By Rich Orloff FEBRUARY 9-18 (Special 2pm Matinee on the 11th) SHEDDING LIGHT begins at dusk on December 22, 1999, just before the millennium. An African-American cable repairman (Khalil LeSaldo) arrives in a Manhattan high-rise condominium apartment to fix the cable reception of a high-strung, Jewish woman (Jackie Oliveri). What begins as awkward banter builds into increasingly challenging and personal questions about race and religion, both for the man, still recovering from old wounds, and the woman, who is having a crisis of faith after a traumatic year. In its own quiet way, SHEDDING LIGHT is a dramatic comedy for anyone who is still looking for answers.