Chaplin, Kind, Rudd, et al. Set for Our Time's One-Act Play Program
Each year, the program presents three one-act plays written and directed by senior members of the teen company of Our Time, an artistic home for people who stutter. This year's selections include Keith Russell's The Perfect Place, about a teen stutterer who imagines a world where he can finally live in peace; Jonathan Grieg's 2 Train, about an eventful subway ride taken by the Mayor of New York; and Fern Schlesinger's A Sister's Hope, a magical story of a teenage girl who believes she can save her dying brother.
Also set to participate are the company's artistic director, Taro Alexander, musical director Everett Bradley, Broadway veteran Ned Eisenberg, and Off-Broadway favorite Alysia Reiner, along with Noah Cornman, Chelsea Lacatena, Edward Mawere, David Nachman, Donny Sethi, and Emily Whyte.