Playwright David Rambo, who obtained much regional success with his God's Man in Texas, writes about the more earth-bound passions of couples in love in the time-bending drama, Rhinbeck, receiving a Barebones production at Off-Broadway's Lark Theatre Dec. 6-10. Donald Brenner directs.
In Rhinbeck, an old house on the Hudson River plays home to the four lovers across the centuries. Rambo is also the author of The Sentence Finisher, Speaky-Spikey-Spokey and There's No Place Like House. He has been commissioned to write a new play for the Geffen Playhouse and A.S.K Theatre Projects.
Rhinbeck features Harry Carnahan, Donald Corren, Dick Fontaine and Zabryna Guevara.
$15 tickets are available by calling (212) 246-2676. The Lark Theatre is located at and on the web at http://www.larktheatre.org.
BareBones productions are fully-staged with suggestions of set, lighting, costumes and music. Recent BareBones stagings have included Pera Palas playwright Sinan Unel's Tolstoy's Den, KNEPP and Hilly Hicks Jr.'s A Hole in the Dark. — By Christine Ehren