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Lies by Jerry Slaff

Jerry Slaff was born in Brooklyn and lives just outside Washington, D.C.. His first play, Peanuts and Cracker Jack, was produced at the Cleveland Playhouse, with follow up productions at the Arkansas Repertory Theater and Mint Theater in New York. His play Grand Union was a finalist for the 2020 Austin Film Festival's playwriting competition. Both Lies and his new play Who's Yehoodi? were both 
semifinalists for the O'Neill National Playwrights Conference.

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Mimi Warnick, hosting the talk back session, Erik Kochenberger as Benny Kleinfeld, Steven Ditmyer Director, Jerry Slaff Palywright and 

Tamara Flannagan as Lorelei Beatrice Beckmann. 

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Closed by Bill Kelly Jr.

As humans mysteriously disappear from their neighbourhood, a small restaurant in New York Ciy closes for the last time on Halloween night. But the possibility of revival arises when an unexpected stranger arrives, costumed as Dracula.

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Cast reading Closed

Tucker Lewis as Jack Lee, Lucie Fleming as Litzy, Doug Golding as Duggie,  Jake Daehler, Sophie Brubraker as Hannah, Tamara Flannagan reading Stage Directions.

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The Green Room by David Ippolito

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Cast reading The Green Room

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Lost and Found by Angelica Gorga

LOST AND FOUND is a One-Act play that takes place in a laundromat in Brooklyn, New York during the blackout of 2003. With no electricity coming back anytime soon, strangers LOST and FOUND stick together during this time of uncertainty in a city that has just come off an attack two years prior. Passing the time through drinking, games, and folding laundry, both ultimately form a connection and reveal their own secrets and pasts, one they have more in common than they think. This play represents connection, the nonlinear timeline of healing, and how grief affects our day to day lives.