Mothers and Daughters Leave NYC's Triad June 25

News   Mothers and Daughters Leave NYC's Triad June 25 Mothers and Daughters, Alan Arnold's new play, ends its run at New York's Triad Theatre June 25 after performances beginning the 21st. Kimbley [sic] Gilchrist, a vet of Arnold's Burnt Orange, directs.

Mothers and Daughters, Alan Arnold's new play, ends its run at New York's Triad Theatre June 25 after performances beginning the 21st. Kimbley [sic] Gilchrist, a vet of Arnold's Burnt Orange, directs.

Mothers and Daughters examines a young woman's attempt at a relationship, despite her ineffective ties to her parents -- a physically absent father and an emotionally absent mother. Arnold is the author of Stranger in the Family, Burnt Orange and Saints in Retrograde.

Mira Gandy, making her stage debut after a career as a painter and singer, stars as the young woman with Michael Sanders as her father and Mizan Kirby-Nunes as her mother. Also in the cast are Denise Madison and Arlene McGruder.

Tickets are $25-$20 with a two drink minimum. The Triad Theatre is located at 158 West 72nd Street. For reservations, call (212) 362-2590 or (212) 726-5714.

-- by Christine Ehren