The Crow Mill, with Librandi, Mare and White, Begins Fringe Run Aug. 20

News   The Crow Mill, with Librandi, Mare and White, Begins Fringe Run Aug. 20
 
Andrew Unterberg's The Crow Mill, a work exploring the devastation of Alzheimer's disease, begins performances as part of FringeNYC Aug. 20.

Eli Gonda directs a cast that features Geraldine Librandi (“The Sopranos”), Quentin Mare (The Philanthropist, Rock ‘n’ Roll) and Margot White (The Farnsworth Invention, The Traveling Lady). Performances continue through Aug. 26 at the Cherry Pit. "In The Crow Mill," press notes state, "a brilliant scientist, guided by his wife, tries to reconstruct lost memories of his childhood. His mother holds the key to solving these unanswered questions, but with Alzheimer's slowly eroding her memory, his chances of gaining closure are slipping away. The Crow Mill is about change - changing minds, changing times and in the face of it all one family’s attempts to stay together."

The limited engagement has costumes by Alana Unterberg and lighting by Jen Schriever.

For tickets and further information phone (212) 279-4488 or visit FringeNYC. The Cherry Pit is located at 155 Bank Street.

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