Hannah’s from Park Avenue, Norman’s from the Bronx. After creating a successful business, he needs more but she wants something else. Norman borrows $350,000 from a loan shark. When he can’t repay it the loan shark demands the money from Hannah. Infuriated and frightened, she wants Norman out of her life, but he wants reconciliation. Threatened by gangsters, torn by personal conflicts, they are forced to the edge.
Written by Fred Gordon Directed by David F.M. Vaughn Part of The New York Theater Festival
The cast features Hadley Boyd, Andrei Dolezal, Michael Ford, Joshua Gutierrez, and John Palacio.
Performances take place on Monday, June 13 at 9pm, Wednesday, June 15 at 9pm, and Saturday, June 18 at 6:45pm.
Venue: Teatro Latea in The Clement
107 Suffolk Street
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