Date/Time: 4,9 May @ 14:30(Matinees); 4-9 May @ 19:30(Evenings);
Venue: THE TEACHERS CLUB (STUDIO) Category: Drama
Jay is an eccentric Greenwich Village homosexual with a gift for playwriting, haunted by the untimely passing of his former lover, Ed. Frank is a young, straight man in search of a playwriting mentor and a place to stay for the night. When Jay opens the door to realise that Frank is a dead-ringer for the late Ed, he sees an opportunity to re-enact the past and absolve himself of old sins.
With lightning fast dialogue, the two examine how much you can give to a person without losing yourself in the process.
DURATION 70 mins
COMPANY Melia Theatre Company
WRITER Robert Patrick
DIRECTOR Mark Anthony O’ Reilly
CAST Mark Anthony O’ Reilly; Kevin McMahon
OTHERS: Muirenn Lyons – Producer/Stage Manager; Tamar Keane – Sound Designer/ Light & Sound Operator; Ciarán Gallagher – Lighting Designer
Show Business (magazine) Best Play Award, 1969;
Glasgow Citizens’ Theatre Best World Playwrighting award, 1973;
International Thespian Society Founders Award for Services to Theatre and to Youth, 1980;
Blue is for Boys Weekends in the Borough of Manhattan, 1983 and 1986;
Robert Chesley award for Lifetime Achievement in Gay Playwrighting, 1996;
West Hollywood Gay and Lesbian Advisory Board’s Rainbow key award for having been instrumental in the beginnings of gay and Off-Off-Broadway theatre, 2008;
New York Innovative Theatre Artistic Achievement award, 2011;
Charles Rodman Award for 50 years of Service to Gay Theatre, 2014.