An AEA staged reading of Comedy in the Afternoon: A Review in Two Acts with Music and Dance, written and directed by Del Fidanque, is set for Saturday March 16, 2013 at 1:15 PM at Gibney Dance Center, 890 Broadway 5th Floor, Studio 1. Admission is free. Check out a promo for the production below!
Welcome to our world, where we will help you to open your minds and hearts! Comedy In The Afternoon is an original theatre experience that celebrates Daylight and the Human Family. Within its text, Comedy In The Afternoon makes use of seven languages: Bulgarian, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Korean and Yiddish. But don't worry. When there's a foreign language spoken, one of the actors always translates, so you'll never be lost. Dance is incorporated throughout, interpreting the text and supporting the action while our orchestra plays Beethoven, Mozart, and Paganini to name a few.
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Cast: Rosalind Ashford*, Anne Dearth, Del Fidanque*, Albena Kervanbashieva, Eunbi Kim, Elyse Knight*, Gloria Makino*, Libby Miga, David Moore, Seregon O'Dassey, Natalie Pavelek; Musical Arrangements by Cheryl Krugel-Lee *Members of Actors' Equity
Visit www.comedyintheafternoon.com for more information.