by Richard Kalinoski, directed by Bruce Browne

October 17, 18, 19, 2014 (Fri.-Sun.)Aram and his young mail-order bride Seta are Armenians living in Milwaukee in the 1920s. Both are survivors of the killings and mass deportations that took place in the Ottoman Empire while World War I raged in Europe. The scars they bearóboth psychic and physical--must be healed, or at least acknowledged, before true union can be achieved. With deep humanity, gentle humor and unexpected twists, this award-winning play ultimately offers hope, and the promise of redemption.

Director: Bruce Browne is an actor, director, playwright, and professor. At the University of Wisconsin Colleges, he taught theatre and film, and directed 40 productions, including Quilters, Death and the Maiden, True West, and As Is. Playscripts include Shrapnel in the Heart and Portrait of a Prairie Place. In radio, Bruce hosted Daybreak/WFCR. Bruce lived in India, Iran, and Qatar, teaching for Qatar Community College, Doha Film Institute, and Northwestern-Qatar.

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.