Brian Friel's Lovers, About Winners and Losers in Love, Will Return to NYC | Playbill

News Brian Friel's Lovers, About Winners and Losers in Love, Will Return to NYC Jessica Rose McVay and 11/15 Productions will present Brian Friel's Lovers Oct. 13-19 at the West-Park Presbyterian Church.

Directed by Jessica Rose McVay (second assistant director for Broadway's The Best Man), the cast includes Conor Fallon as Joe, Broghanne Jessamine as Mag, Debrah Linehan as Woman/Hanna, Kitty Mortland as Cissy, Annette Fox as Mrs. Wilson and Matthew Tyler as Man/Andy.

Lovers is a 1967 play written by Northern Irish playwright Friel and is broken into two parts: Winners and Losers.

Director McVay added, "Through two different couples, one young, one old, and both on the brink of marriage, Lovers explores the beauty and possibilities of a new relationship, and the devastation, and loss at the end of that relationship. It requires me to ask the audience — how do you define a successful relationship? Who is a winner, and who is a loser?"

Eric Carlson will serve as the production stage manager.

Performances will be offered Oct. 13-19 at 7:30 PM and Oct. 19 at 3 PM. The West Park Presbyterian Church is located at 86th and Amsterdam. For more information and tickets, click here.

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