GALLERY OF ANGELS, INC. is pleased to announce the world premiere production of William Kernen's AND OTHER FAIRY TALES..., directed by Kernen. AND OTHER FAIRY TALES... will play a four-week limited engagement at The Workshop Theater (312 W 36th, NYC 10018). Performances begin Thursday, April 28 and continue through Sunday, May22. Opening Night is Thursday, April 28 at (7:30 p.m.).$18 tickets are available.
Ann, a woman of surprisingly well-preserved beauty, attends the funeral of a man she hasn't seen in 40 years, since the day she vanished from his life. A message from her deceased lover sends Ann on an expressionistic odyssey back through her life, which brings her face to face with herself as a beautiful six year old girl full of promise, an 18 year old young woman bent on revenge and a 30 year old woman faced with a desperate decision.
Seen at four ages (often simultaneously), Ann struggles toward an unexpected self-realization, but redemption proves possible in the form of a shocking, beautiful surprise hidden in the message from her lover's grave.
The production stars Diane Perell* (Gladys in "42nd Street" at Kennedy Center and "A Chorus Line" at Shubert Theatre), as Ann-present,Karen Stanion*("Reasons to Live" Provincetown theatre, "The Pillowman" Astoria performing arts center)as Ann-30, Andrea Fantauzzi (lead in feature film "Adira"), as Ann-18, Elle Campagna (short film "Dodo Titi"), as Ann-6, Matt Saxton* (upcoming feature film "Wolf"), as Brian, and Lue McWilliams* (multi- award winning film "Naked as We Came"), as Martha.
The production features scenic design by Angelica Borrero, costume design by Paras Terzis, and lighting design by Jason Fok. Korey Sanders is the stage manager.
AND OTHER FAIRY TALES... plays the following regular schedule through Sunday, May22:
Thursdays at 7:30 p.m.
Fridays at 7:30 p.m.
Saturdays at 7:30 p.m.
Sundays at 3 p.m.
Tickets are $18 and are now available online at www.WilliamKernen.com. Tickets may also be purchased in-person at the theater, ½ hour prior to performance.
Running Time: 90 minutes, no intermission
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