Written and performed by Ahsan Ali and Lisa Jill Anderson
Directed by Sarah Norris
Ali has problems. So does Natalie. Ali speaks Urdu. Natalie speaks Kardashian.
Surviving in New York City is never simple. These two NYC transplants dissect the relative chaos of their lives on a single night in an empty Brooklyn apartment. Misunderstandings of language, culture, and life experience threaten to spill over as Ali and Natalie interrogate and challenge each other’s assumptions about their lives and try to stumble drunkenly towards common ground.
For over 40 years, Pendragon Theatre has been the backbone of Saranac Lake, NY’s theatre scene—the only year-round, professional theatre company in the Adirondacks. Last year, Pendragon was voted "Favorite Theater" by BroadwayWorld Central New York and is the recipient of the Governor of the Arts Award.
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New Light Theater Project (NLTP) nurtures a Collective of artist-practitioners through the presentation of compelling stories across theatrical genres. Founded by Sarah Norris and Michael Aguirre, NLTP believes in the strength of ensemble-work and are committed to fostering their Collective composed of writers, actors, directors, stage managers, and designers from diverse backgrounds. At least 50% of an NLTP production utilizes our Collective while the rest of the production team consists of innovative artists they hope to cultivate deeper relationships with. They are currently one of 59E59 Theaters’ Co-Op Resident Companies.
Read more at: www.newlighttheaterproject.com
"An excellent modern two-hander"
"Compelling, humerous play finely written and wonderfully performed"
"Ali and Anderson have crafted a genuine play that is full of humor and heart." – BroadwayWorld
"Pure theatrical pleasure"
"Beguilingly funny and thoughtfully probing play" – Thinking Theatre NYC