Gonda to Direct The Crow Mill for New York International Fringe Festival

News   Gonda to Direct The Crow Mill for New York International Fringe Festival
Geraldine Librandi, Quentin Mare and Margot White have been cast in Andrew Unterberg's The Crow Mill, part of the New York International Fringe Festival.

Eli Gonda will stage the production that is scheduled to run Aug. 20-26 at the Cherry Pit. Playwright Unterberg was represented in the 2008 FringeNYC with The Infliction of Cruelty.

Librandi (“The Sopranos”), Mare (The Philanthropist, Rock ‘n’ Roll) and White (The Farnsworth Invention, The Traveling Lady) comprise the three-person cast.

"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 FringeNYC production will have costumes by Alana Unterberg and lighting by Jen Schriever.

“It is very exciting to be back at the FringeNYC,” Unterberg said in a statement. “With all that is going on in the world, The Crow Mill is certainly of the moment and I am thrilled to be part of a festival that truly fosters creativity and self expression.” 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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