I will be performing the role of Anna Cantour
OUR MOTHER’S BRIEF AFFAIR
by Richard Greenberg
Studio Theatre will be the first Long Island theatre to present
this off-Broadway drama about a woman who stuns her family
by revealing a secret about her past. But how much of it is true?
Hope you can make the show!
January 13th through January 29th
Fridays @8:00PM – 1/13, 1/20, 1/27
Saturdays @8:00PM – 1/14, 1/21, 1/28
Sundays @2:30PM – 1/15, 1/22, 1/29
Thursday, @8:00PM – 1/19
Directed by David Dubin
Edward Cress as her son, Seth
Lauren Duffy, daughter Abby
David Rifkind, her Lover/Dad
Tom DeAngelo, Stage Manager
The entire cast is outstanding but Frances McGarry, who plays Anna, is the star of the show. She is a strong and talented actress playing a part that is quite psychologically complex. She shines and so does this production. Edward Cress does a fine job portraying Seth, and Lauren Duffy doesn’t let us down as Abby. The relationship between the twins is realistic and believable. David Rifkind plays both Phil/David and Anna’s husband Abe. He hits the mark in all his roles and clearly distinguishes them. David Dubin does a great job directing this production and the set is quite impressive.
This review of Richard Greenberg’s Our Mother’s Brief Affair at Studio Theatre Long Island was written by Dr. Thomas Robert Stevens and published in Volume X, Issue 7 (2017) of the online edition of Applause! Applause!
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From the Southern State Pkwy: Take exit 35 south (Wellwood Avenue). Pass Route 109. Then pass Sunrise Highway (Route 27). Studio Theatre is on South Wellwood Avenue, 100 feet south of Hoffman Avenue (LIRR train trestle overhead). Theatre is on the right, above Bridal Shop.
From Route 27A : North on Wellwood Avenue. Theatre is on the left, just before the train trestle overhead. We are above the Bridal Shop.
Steven Pisano, Photo credit