Written and directed by Joshua Ravetch
With Harry Hamlin and Stefanie Powers
One plane, two actors, and three intricately interwoven stories. Joshua Ravetch’s new play explores human connection brought on by tragedy in the aftermath of a plane crash that ripples across the lives of six characters.
Starring L.A. Law’s Harry Hamlin and Hart to Hart’s Stefanie Powers, The Los Angeles Times calls One November Yankee a “haunting and poetic” flight that “unfolds like theatrical origami.”
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“I can hardly think of another production in recent memory that packed as much unalloyed pleasure into eighty minutes as this relaxed, clever comedy, which shows off Hollywood stalwarts Harry Hamlin and Stefanie Powers at their considerable best.” – RecliningStandards.com
“Good storytelling and a sweet sense of character and events” - RecliningStandards.com
“Ravetch skillfully writes of the love and rivalries that typically occur between siblings and the joys and tribulations that come with being in a family. Although Powers and Hamlin are best known for their film and television work, both are superb on stage.” – Delaware Arts Info
“Two extraordinary actors bring it to life every night, so get your tickets” – Delaware Arts Info
“It’s a great pleasure to see these two screen stars working onstage in real-time, clearly in tandem, and their work is an excellent reason to see this play. “ – BroadStreetReview