By Anna Ziegler

Directed by Andre Barron

A haunting love triangle triggers an unexpected chain of events in this poetic play.
In the early stages of a new relationship, Sarah and Sam are lovers happily discovering
each other. But when Nate, Sarah’s best friend since childhood, shows up unannounced
on Sarah’s doorstep, she’s left questioning what and who she wants in this humorous
and heartbreaking look at love, memory, and the decisions that alter life’s course.


Sam – Philip Orazio

Sarah – Paris Perrault

Nate – Josh Zuckerman


Fight Director:
Bjorn Johnson

Assistant Director:
Jacob Smith



Scenic Design: Sarah B. Brown

Lighting Design: Jared A. Sayeg

Sound Design: Cricket Myers

Projection Design/Video: Nick Santiago

Costume Design: Michele Young

Property Manager: Christine Joëlle

A DELICATE SHIP is produced by Brian M. Cole & Makena Metz

A DELICATE SHIP opens January 19th, 2018 and runs through March 11th
at the Road Theatre on Magnolia, located inThe NoHo Senior Arts Colony, 10747 Magnolia Blvd. in North Hollywood.

Run time is approximately an hour and 25 minutes.
There is no intermission.

Now Playing: The Lighthouse

The Lighthouse

Three conversations taking place in the same bar on the same night. Six characters finding what they need: the first a conversation about regret that might not have happened, the second a conversation about resentment that had to happen, and the third a conversation about longing, that will never happen. Two actors, six characters, one lonely bar in the East Village on a rainy night.

The Lighthouse is written by Elizabeth Sampson and is comprised of three one-acts, Irish Coffee, Rocky Shoals and It Was the Lark. All three were first seen in past Summer Playwrights Festivals (SPF 3,4,7) and inaugurate the Road’s Pathways Series which brings festival plays to a workshop production.

Performing at the Road on Lankershim

The Lighthouse
Directed by Scott Alan Smith
Producer/Creative Consultant: Tom Knickerbocker
Stage Manager: Dani Stephens
Set design: Desma Murphy
Lighting design: Derrick McDaniel
Sound design: David B. Marling
Original Music by Kyle Rogan

January 19-February 3, 2018

Previews: January 14 at 7pm, 17, 18 at 8pm
Opens: January 19
Runs: Fridays. Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 7pm.
Special performance Thursday February 1 at 8pm.

Talkback with the playwright Sunday January 28 following the performance.

Tickets are by suggested donation of $15.

Reservations can be made by emailing:


State performance date and number of tickets. Payment is made at the door.



A Delicate Ship Cast Interview

Paris Perrault

What character are you playing and how does he (she) contribute to the play?

I play Sarah in A Delicate Ship. It’s Sarah’s re-living of a night in her life that aches for resolution, really. It’s a puzzle about the choices we make for ourselves and accountability for its outcome. There’s a lot of reverence she carries for love, and also an extreme desire to get it right. And it proves to be difficult in very specific ways.

Are there challenges for you as an actor in interpreting/preparing for your role? If so, what are they?

Well, always, right?… I think a tricky part about Sarah is being honest about her loves and fears, and how they exist together. Also, the value your past and your future carry. Love and fear exist together for her. As an actor, it’s been both curious and challenging to work through the many opposites that exist in her. It’s a tricky play, with so much nuance. 

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