April 7-9, 2017 (Fri-Sun) Theresa, estranged from her family and working as a cleaning woman, finds herself surprised by the unexpected desire to learn how to pray. Matthew, the priest whose rectory she cleans, is stunned and heartbroken by the realization that he no longer knows how to talk to God. When he disappears one day, Theresa tracks him down, and her search changes both of their lives. The NY Times wrote: "Fodor's play glows with the sense that the keenest evidence of the search for God is in the homiest details."
Director: Michael Kennedy has worked in Capital Region theater for over 30 years, She taught and directed with NYSTIís Theater Arts School, was a company member with Pentimento Playback Theater, and directed I and You for Theater Voices. As Artistic Director of Creative Action Unlimited, a professional space for development of theater projects for community change and guided artistic exploration of personal goals, she now writes and directs scripts focusing on social issues, which tour to community events to raise awareness and inspire positive action. For more information about Michaelís work, please visit www.creativeactionunlimited.com.
Director: David Bunce is a Teacher/Artist-in-Residence with the Theatre Institute at Sage, Russell Sage College, where he directed Lord of the Flies, and played George in Whoís Afraid of Virginia Woolf?. During his many years as an actor with NYSTI, David performed in London, Moscow, Sweden, NYC and the Middle East. He also directed And Then There Were None for the company. Films include Cold I Am; Arachnia, and the web series Super Knocked Up..
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- Friday and Saturday evenings at 8:00 PM
- Saturday and Sunday matinees at 3:00 PM.