Moonlight & Love Songs, Drama of Betrayal, to Get NYC Run in November

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Scott C. Sickles' Moonlight & Love Songs, a romantic drama about a middle-aged architect whose life is shaken by his illicit love affair with a much younger man, will get a Nov. 6-22 production by WorkShop Theater Company in Manhattan.

David Gautschy, who collaborated with Sickles on the WorkShop's comedy Intellectuals, directs the Off-Off-Broadway production.

The cast is headed by Jeff Woodman (Lincoln Center's Cymbeline) and Ryan Tresser (Measure for Measure at the Public Theater) and features Anne Frizzard, Michael Gnat, David M. Mead, Jeff Paul and Nicole Taylor.

Here's how WorkShop characterizes the play: "Forty-five and alone, architect Harry Wallace's romantic dreams come true when he falls in love with Jim Bennett, a sexy young college student. Their romance seems motion-picture perfect until a revelation about Jim causes it to implode. As the ensuing public outrage leaves Harry a pariah within his community and his family, Jim attempts to repair the damage caused by his betrayal. When Harry comes face-to-face with Jim again, he must confront his complicity in Jim's deception."

Sickles' most recent productions include Hairdresser on Fire at San Diego's Compass Theatre and Beautiful Noises at Mind the Gap Theatre.

Moonlight & Love Songs will be seen at WorkShop's 65-seat Main Stage Theater, 312 West 36th Street between Eighth and Ninth Avenues, fourth floor. The performance schedule is Thursday-Saturday Nov. 6-8; Monday Nov. 10; Wednesday-Saturday Nov. 12-15; and Wednesday-Saturday Nov. 19-22 at 8 PM, with Saturday matinees on Nov. 8, 15 and 22 at 3 PM. Tickets are $18; $15 seniors/students.

For information and reservations call (212) 695-4173, ext. 5. TDF vouchers are accepted. For tickets go to

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