Danton Stone and Peter Jacobson star in the piece, which is described as a semi-autobiographical tale about the playwright’s father set in early 1970s Baltimore.
Men of Clay "captures summers on the red clay tennis courts of Druid Hill Park, and the camaraderie between the 'men of clay'—Squeaky Cohn and his buddies Ira Farber, Danny Dickler and Nate Askin—along with the era’s Jewish culture and racial tensions and the men's penny-pinching schemes and their stubborn resistance to change," according to press material.
The work was presented as a staged reading in Baltimore at Creative Alliance.
Men of Clay has scenic design by Lauren Helpern, costume design by Kim Gill and lighting design by Graham Kindred.
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