Secrets of the Holocaust Emerge in NYC Premiere of The Goldman Project

News   Secrets of the Holocaust Emerge in NYC Premiere of The Goldman Project
Abingdon Theatre Company and Penguin Repertory Company present the New York City premiere of Staci Swedeen's The Goldman Project, beginning Sept. 28 at Abingdon's June Havoc Theatre.

Joe Brancato directs the "moving drama [that] explores the lingering legacy of the Holocaust as an aging survivor is forced to confront the shattering secrets of her long buried past — secrets that have kept her emotionally distant from her only son."

The official opening is October 3.

The cast of The Goldman Project includes Sam Guncler, Anita Keal and Bernadette Quigley.

The creative team includes set designer Ken Larson, costume designer Patricia E. Doherty, lighting designer Matthew McCarthy, sound designer Dimitri Tisseyre and production stage manager Jack D. McDowell.

Playwright Staci Swedeen's comedy Three Forks premiered at Florida Stage in West Palm Beach, and was nominated for a Carbonell Award as Best New Work. Three Forks was also selected by The Charlotte Repertory Theatre to receive its "Best New Plays in America" award. She has been the playwright-in-residence at The Kravis Center in West Palm Beach for several years. Director Joe Brancato (Off-Broadway's Tryst and Cobb) is founder and artistic director of Penguin Repertory Company in Stony Point, NY.

The June Havoc is located within the Abingdon Theatre Arts Complex at 312 West 36th Street, first floor.

Performances are Tuesday through Saturday at 7:30 PM. Matinees are Saturday at 2 PM and Sunday at 3 PM.

Tickets are $35 and can be ordered at or by calling (212) 868-4444.

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