Parsons plays an alcoholic mother with no sense of self. Benavides is a 15-year-old girl obsessed with her breasts and older men. And Dishy is an old man who's been dying for 10 years. Together with a cop, a poet and an Equadorian maid, they populate the play by Gersten-Vassilaros, who co wrote with Theresa Rebeck Omnium-Gatherum, soon to come to Off Broadway.
Martin is the artistic director of Boston's Huntington Theatre Company and a frequent Williamstown visitor.
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The remaining Williamstown schedule, at a glance, runs as follows:
Landscape of the Body, July 9-20
Under Milk Wood, July 23-Aug. 3
Travesties, Aug. 6-17
An Enemy of the People, Aug. 20-24 Nikos Stage:
Mother of Invention, July 16-27
The Lake, July 30-Aug. 10
The Chekhov Cycle, Aug. 12-17