Where Walls Meet |
By Jeff Dworkin
Directed by Jerry Marino
Douglas McLaughlin as Turner
Aidan Stallworth-Glitz as Buis
The play begins with entrance of Kelton R Turner, the last solider killed in the Vietnam war. The play presents the conversation between Buis and Turner, examining their differences and similarities as the first and last men killed in a war. Buis has to make sure that Turner in ready to receive and understand the message that was given to him in the prologue by the last soldier killed in Korea.
By Frederick Dennehy and Lisa Black
Directed by Lisa Black
Gregory Newton as the Narrator
Frederick Dennehy as Max Marshall
Lisa Black as Bitsy Marshall
Sharon McGuire as Elizabeth Cosgrove
Jeff Forbes as the Funeral Director
Funerals aren’t supposed to be fun. Bitsy has a paralyzing fear of dead bodies, but forces herself to go to the funeral parlor to keep husband Max from having one of his ‘episodes.’ Max is frantically trying to prepare to give a eulogy for a man he barely knew and to keep a straight face as the widow describes in hallucinatory detail her husband’s ‘roof tragedy.’ The funeral director tries to keep order, but things escalate out of control as the widow glares at Bitsy, Bitsy glares at Max and Max glares at the corpse.