Thursday, March 10, 2011


imagePrepare yourself for a live performance in the tradition of “The Twilight Zone,” “Creepshow” and “Tales From the Crypt”—three narratives that explore how strangely opposites attract with enough hair-raising twists and turns to keep you guessing and on the edge of your seat for the entire production.

IMG_3548Midnite Stories:
The Yin Yang Edition
WHEN: Saturday, March 19, 9 PM
Pianos Bar & Grill, 36 Broad Street, Bloomfield
TICKETS: This anthology includes dessert for just $20 a person or, if you don’t care for a treat, it’s only $15 a person, tax and gratuity included. Call 973.743.7209 for reservations.

  • The Obsession: An apparently ageless woman determined to keep her secrets gives in to a persistent reporter’s unwavering attempts at an interview.
    Written and directed by Robin L. Watkins
  • The Snow Job: A job applicant learns that every job might not have a silver and gold lining but every business certainly has a past, present and future.
    Written by Robin L. Watkins and directed by Katherine Watkins
  • The Friend: A young person is taken under the wing of an older man only to find out that sometimes friendships are not as they appear.
    Written and directed by Katherine Watkins

In picture L-R: (Standing) Brian Wood as Luke in "The Friend"; Petra Seirmarco as Joanie in "The Friend"; Laura Moskin as Margaret Templeton in "The Obsession"; Jill Markos as Ms. Smith in "The Snow Job"; and Robin L. Watkins as Mr. K. in "The Snow Job."