By Brenda Withers
Directed by Jess Chayes
With Kurt Rhoads and Nance Williamson
And Doug Ballard
Martin and Sarita’s relationship came to a stormy end over a decade ago. When they bump into each other on the evening commute, they try to find a way to set things straight but differing views of the same past threaten to derail their connection.
From the producer of Switzerland comes a delightful new play about forgiving, forgetting, and the healing power of a good delay.
Originally produced by Hudson Stage Company, Denise Bessette and Olivia Sklar, Executive Producers.
Hudson Stage Company is Westchester's premiere, professional non-profit theatre dedicated to offering new and provocative plays to its audiences at affordable prices.
Read more at: www.hudsonstage.com
"Sly, smart, often very funny one-act"
"Rhoads and Williamson achieve a brilliant, spiky harmony, with masterful timing."
"the writer, actors, and director provide a natural, nuanced, complex portrait"
"an abundance of emotional and intellectual twists and turns" - The New Yorker
"Fluid repartee that keeps the audience locked in... a cast of consummate pros... flawless timing and delivery... a sharply realized entertainment” – BroadwayWorld