Interchange, New Play by New York Times Editor Ken Jaworowski, Gets NYC Run in October

News   Interchange, New Play by New York Times Editor Ken Jaworowski, Gets NYC Run in October
 
Interchange, Ken Jaworowski's new play about five individuals who unexpectedly connect, will kick off the season at Workshop Theater Company's Main Stage Theater, Oct. 7-30.

Thomas Coté will direct a cast including Liz Amberly, Cecily Benjamin, Riley Jones-Cohen, Daniel Damiano, Gerry Goodstein, Wende O'Reilly, Jeff Paul, David M. Pincus, Sean Singer and Shaun Bennet Wilson. According to the company, the play is "a story that focuses on life, death and choice, draws together the lives of five seemingly disparate characters: A hard-driving businessman struggling to raise his grandson. A paroled convict hoping to find redemption. A shy college professor trying to win the approval of his students. A middle-aged office manager pressured to hide her secrets. And a haunted young man hungry for revenge. As their stories unfold in plots both tragic and comic, these desperate souls find themselves intertwined in each other’s battles and dreams."

Jaworowski's plays Never Missed a Day and Certain Souls have also been performed at WorkShop. Jaworowski is a staff editor for The New York Times and a regular contributor to the paper's Culture section.

WorkShop Theater Company's Main Stage Theater is located at 312 West 36th Street, 4th floor. For tickets, call (866) 811-4111 or visit workshoptheater.org.

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