Central Park Story: New Play Friends Arrives Off-Broadway Oct. 7

News   Central Park Story: New Play Friends Arrives Off-Broadway Oct. 7
Donis Productions presents Friends, a play about septuagenarians who meet on a park bench, beginning Oct. 7 at Theater 3 in Manhattan.

Jerry Donis directs Peter L. Levy's play, which will officially open Oct. 14. The cast features Harlan Tuckman and Judy Spiegel. In Friends, according to production notes, "Ruth Appfelbaum and Max Horowitz, both in their seventies, meet on a bench in Central Park. Max, a widower, an intellectual, who used to devise crossword puzzles for a living, is existing on the edge because of his limited finances; and, Ruth, is a dreamer who never experienced true love. Their chance encounter gets off to a rocky start. Ruth finally condescends to allow Max to temporarily stay in her apartment, but says, 'there will be no hanky panky.' As certain revelations are disclosed one can only wonder whether this relationship will survive."

Performances are Thursday-Saturday at 8 PM with matinees at 2 PM Wednesday and Saturday.

Theater 3 is located in Manhattan at 311 West 43rd Street on the third Floor. For tickets, priced $40, call (212) 315-9703.

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