by Dan Clancy, directed by Stewart J. Zully

March 22, 23, 24, 2013 (Fri.-Sun.)Humor, prejudice - even opera - combine in this unusual Holocaust story about two prisoners, one Jewish and one gay, who work together repairing watches at a concentration camp during World War II. With little in common except their grave situation, these two must find a way to coexist if they are to stay in relative safety. This fascinating work premiered in 2006 at the Barrow Group Theater in New York, and has been performed around the world.

Director: Stewart J. Zully worked at Theater Voices as an actor last season in Sight Unseen. Directing credits include Heat of Re-entry ("One of the best shows of the year" -- L.A. Times). He has directed and taught extensively in New York, Florida, California and Canada. Producing credits include the film Perfect Opposites (also co-writer) and L.A.'s Theater 40 Annual One-Act Festival (six years). For acting credits, search “Stewart J. Zully” on

Steamer No. 10 Theatre, 500 Western Ave, Albany, NY. ( Map )
Friday and Saturday evenings at 8:00 PM
Saturday and Sunday matinees at 3:00 PM.
(Audience discussion with the director follows the Saturday matinee.)