by Kim Rosenstock
directed by Marilyn Langbehn
One Night Only: Monday, September 13, 7 pm PDT on Zoom
Tickets: Free (suggested donation $10)
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GRACE…Caitlin Lawrence Papp
ABOUT THE PLAY
Follow the misadventures of Sherry Wickman, a young woman who has recently earned her master’s degree in art therapy only to find herself moving back home with her family, sending out countless résumés, and waiting for the job offer that never comes. Unemployed and overwhelmed, Sherry retreats to her childhood bed and remains there until an unexpected employment opportunity gives her a renewed sense of purpose and hope. Now if only her mother would come downstairs, her sister would get off the couch, her very first therapy patient would do just one of his take-home assignments, her new boss would leave his gun at home, and someone would catch the tiger that escaped from the local zoo, everything would be just perfect.
ABOUT THE PLAYWRIGHT
Kim Rosenstock has written several plays including Tigers Be Still which played a sold-out run in its premiere at Roundabout Underground and was nominated for an Outer Critics Circle Award. She is currently working on commissions for Dallas Theater Center, Roundabout Theatre Company, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, and Ars Nova, where she was the 2011 Playwright-in-Residence. Awards include the Clauder Prize from Portland Stage Company and Aspen Theater Masters’ Visionary Playwright Award. She is a graduate of Amherst College where she first began writing plays under the mentorship of Constance Congdon and holds an MFA in playwriting from Yale School of Drama. She is originally from Baldwin, Long Island, and currently resides in Los Angeles where she writes for the television show, “New Girl.”
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