Save the Last Dish for Me: Hunger Waltz Runs Off-Broadway Thru Jan. 25

News   Save the Last Dish for Me: Hunger Waltz Runs Off-Broadway Thru Jan. 25
The longest identity crisis in history is dramatized in The Hunger Waltz, a new play enjoying its New York premiere at the Manhattan Ensemble Theatre space through Jan. 25.

The play, by Sheila Callagahana, concerns a woman's search for her identity over the course of 600 years. The play's three acts take place during the 18th century, 20th century, and 22nd century. As if it needed to be said, "elements of the supernatural intervene and guide her on her quest," according to press materials. Waltz is a Relentless Theatre production. Directed by Olivia Honegger, it stars Susan O'Connor (Never Swim Alone, Shopping & Fucking), Kittson O'Neill and Brenton Popolizio. The production features sets by Orit Jacoby Carroll, lighting by Dana Sterling, costumes by Naomi Wolff and sound design and original music by Robert Kaplowitz. This is the first New York enterprise by Relentless, an L.A. Troupe formed in 1994 by three graduates from New York University: Honegger, Ian Ferguson and William Wheeler. The company recently moved to New York.

Tickets are $15. For information and reservations call 212-340-1916 or visit

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