Timeshare by Judy Klass

After their breakup, Rob and Nancy run into each other at an odd hour in their favorite bar. Since each is a buzzkill for the other now, they negotiate hanging out there on alternate evenings. But then, old feelings start asserting themselves…

Meet your Playwright:

Five of Judy Klass‘ full-length plays have been produced. One, Cell, was nominated for an Edgar and is published by Samuel French. Thirty of her one-act plays have been produced, all over the US, and a few have gone up in England and Ireland. Three are published as stand-alone scripts by Brooklyn Publishers. Others are in anthologies like The Best Ten-Minute Plays of 2012 and The Art of the One-Act. Judy co-wrote the Showtime cable film In the Time of the Butterflies, based on the novel by Julia Alvarez. Judy is also a songwriter; originally from NYC, she now lives in Nashville, TN.

Meet your Director:

Madeline Fair is an actress, writer, producer, and director with a BA in Acting and Lighting Design from Bennington College. As an actor, favorite experiences include playing Maggie in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Babysitter Jane in Oatmeal & a Cigarette (NYC Fringe), Paulina in The Winter’s Tale, The President’s Daughter in End of the World (The 24-Hour Plays, Public Theater, NYC), and studying improv with Alan Arkin. Behind the scenes, Madeline has worked on numerous productions for, among others, Edward Gorey, Lincoln Center, the Joyce, Sound Factory, Armani, Pilobolus, and Penn Jillette, and has co-produced or directed circuses, festivals, readings, and more. Madeline is grateful to be a new member of the Road family and directing in this year’s festival for the first time.

Cast:

Nancy…Meeghan Holaway (AEA)

Rob…Brian Graves (AEA)

Sunday, August 6th 8:00 pm

The Road on Lankershim

(5108 Lankershim Boulevard, North Hollywood, CA 91601)

 

Ticketing Information:

No reservations or advance tickets.

Admission is a $15 suggested donation.

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