David Schulner explores the many paths love can take in An Infinite Ache, making its West Coast premiere May 19-June 30 on the Cassius Carter Centre Stage at San Diego's Globe Theatres. Opening night is May 25.
In An Infinite Ache, lonely twenty-somethings Hope and Charles meet for a blind date set up by a mutual friends. The date doesn't go well, but as they prepare to part, the two are suddenly whisked through all the possible paths their relationship could take. Schulner developed An Infinite Ache at the Cape Cod Theatre Project before it premiered at the Long Wharf Theatre in fall 2001.
Schulner is represented Off-Broadway with This Thing of Darkness, a play co-written with Craig Lucas. His other works include Issac, Disturbed by the Wind and scripts for TV's "Once and Again."
Globe associate director Brendon Fox directs. Samanatha Quan is Hope with James Waterston as Charles.
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