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ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT
ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT - by M. Foss
A stage adaptation of Remarque’s classic novel, All Quiet on the Western Front tells the experiences of the Second Company on the German Front lines during the last year of WWI. Closely following the novel, the central storyteller, Paul, navigates these perilous trenches while learning the heartbreak of loss, the shared humanity and necessity of friendship, and struggles with the... read more
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COMEDY SPOTLIGHT  
 
AUTHOR SPOTLIGHT: GLENN ALTERMAN 
AFTER, by G. Alterman
BENCHMARKS, by G. Alterman
THE DANGER OF STRANGERS, by G. Alterman
DITMAS, by G. Alterman
HOME 3, by G. Alterman
NOBODY'S FLOOD, by G. Alterman
SPILT MILK, by G. Alterman
SUNSET AT SANTORINI, by G. Alterman
TALKING TO STRANGERS IN BARS, by G. Alterman
TENDER IS THE GYM, by G. Alterman
UNFAMILIAR FACES, by G. Alterman
UNHEARD, by G. Alterman
  
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AFTER
Terry's husband has recently died. She is at the funeral home. After the memorial she stops Tom in the lobby to tell him how moved she was by what he said at the memorial. As they talk they both realize they have a lot in common.
BENCHMARKS
Benches, they used to be just for the rich, the privileged, now all people can sit and rest. Telly and Ted find themselves sitting on the same bench, waiting for a bus. This existential drama contemplates life, death, and the hereafter.
THE DANGER OF STRANGERS
Two strangers are sitting in an apartment. Their conversation starts out playful and a bit seductive when something happens that changes the tone dramatically. There’s Her side, His side, and the truth––this short thriller is sure to leave you in suspense.
DITMAS
Sharon is drunk in a bar in New York. Mel, a stranger, comes to her rescue when she falls off her bar stool. Sharon is very intrigued by the reserved Mel. Mel reveals that they attended the same junior high school. Soon Sharon learns that they have a great deal in common.
HOME 3
Gayle and her professor are on a coaching Zoom session. They are discussing the Foxglove flower. As they talk we realize that they have a more intimate relationship. Before too long they are interrupted by someone who will change the session dramatically.
NOBODY'S FLOOD
Barry has returned home to Brooklyn to be with his family one year after his younger brother's death. His mother is anxious and slightly unbalanced. His father doesn't know how to help his wife. They are all planning on going to the cemetery together. As the play oscillates over several years, the Rosenstein family's life is seen, before and after the death of their youngest...
SPILT MILK
It's three in the morning. Edna Kaplan is sitting by the window drinking tea. Her husband, Murry, wakes up and sees her sitting there. The more he inquires why she's up so early, the more annoyed she gets. Finally, frustrated, Murry gets up, makes some tea for himself, returns and decides to confront her. Secrets are revealed that may threaten their relationship.
SUNSET AT SANTORINI
It is sunset on the beautiful Greek island of Santorini. Two couples, who have just met, are enjoying cocktails and the beautiful view. Suddenly something totally unexpected occurs which will change their relationships forever.
TALKING TO STRANGERS IN BARS
Two strangers have just met in a bar during happy hour. They've had a few drinks and are having fun, until they open up to each other about why they're really there.
TENDER IS THE GYM
Have you ever been asked to dance at a gym at 4 A.M.? This very strange request makes Harold feel uneasy, but George is persistent. As the play continues we discover who George, Harold and soon Gloria really are and what their relationship is to one another.

"Like Edward Albee mixed with Tennessee Williams" –– Josh Kimert, literary manager, Gower Street Players

UNFAMILIAR FACES
It is a cold winter night in an apartment in Greenwich Village in 1985. Nat is awake looking out the living room window, lost in thought. His partner Joe joins and as the two talk we discover the painful events that are keeping Nat awake. This play offers a realistic look at how the landscape of two lover’s lives have changed over the years.
UNHEARD
Sam is visiting his very ill father in a hospital. The two men are obviously uncomfortable with each other. But something happens during that visit that frees both of them, if only momentarily.