With Camila Bermúdez, Evan Black, Kevin Gabel, Eric Hackler, Donna Knowlton, Sara Parcesepe, Gabriella Scerbo and Gary C. Walter
WHEN: Thursday November 10th, Friday November 11th, Saturday November 12th at 7pm and Sunday November 13th at 2pm
WHERE: Jersey Shore Arts Center, located at 66 South Main Street in Ocean Grove
It’s 1968, and a young Boston attorney, working for a dead presidential candidate juggles a jealous wife, nagging in-laws, and a seductive stepmother to be while deciding if he should sell-out and take a plumb corporate job—all while planning his newborn son’s Bris.
“I’m at an age when I often reflect about the past decisions I have made and the pathways I’ve traveled,” said Sockol. “It’s probably a universal theme for those who are slowly transitioning through middle age and find themselves face to face with the elusive concept we call wisdom. So, it seemed like the right time in my life to write a play about the covenants we make with ourselves, our families, and ultimately God. I was fascinated with the idea of using a pending Bris (a physical manifestation of commitment) as a setting for my characters as they struggle with major, life-altering decisions involving commitment during a time period defined by change.”
ABOUT LA STRADA ENSEMBLE THEATER: a registered 501(c)3, is proud to present original plays that examine all aspects of the human condition. Theater that engages, challenges, and transforms audiences through live performance for the cultural and educational benefit of the community...as well as entertainment and inspiration. Its founding members will be teaching acting classes on Monday nights (5-7 for teens/7-9pm for adults) in Studio #2 on the first floor.