Someone in Florida Loves Me, with Louttit, Perea and Bergman, Begins NYC Run June 6

News   Someone in Florida Loves Me, with Louttit, Perea and Bergman, Begins NYC Run June 6 The three-person Someone in Florida Loves Me begins performances June 6 at The Paradise Factory Theater in Manhattan.
Someone in Florida Loves Me star Lisa Louttit
Someone in Florida Loves Me star Lisa Louttit Photo by Sue Kessler

Written and directed by Jane Pickett, the production will play a limited engagement through June 28. Opening night is June 14. The cast features Lisa Louttit, Ana Perea and T.M. Bergman.

Someone in Florida Loves Me, according to press notes, "tells the story of Annie, a young woman in a Brooklyn boarding house who is struggling to shut out the ever-intrusive world. A shared bathroom connects Annie to an unknown man next door, a face she has never seen but whose presence invades her world. One cold winter night, things heat up between Annie and her strange neighbor, when Annie's childhood friend, a flight attendant named Nicole, arrives for an unexpected visit."

The production has scenic design by Adam Brustein, sound design by Peter Zuspan, lighting design by John Eckert and costume design by Leah Piehl.

Show times are Thursdays-Saturdays at 8 PM and Sundays at 3 PM.

The Paradise Factory Theater is located at 64 East 4th Street, between 2nd and 3rd Avenues. Tickets, priced $15, are available by visiting www.brownpapertickets.com or by calling (800) 838-3006.

For more information go to tomnoonan.com/someoneinfloridalovesme.

T.M. Bergman and Lisa Louttit in <i>Someone in Florida Loves Me</i>
T.M. Bergman and Lisa Louttit in Someone in Florida Loves Me Photo by Sue Kessler