White Pines Productions is pleased to continue its summer reading series of new plays by local playwrights. Join them on Wednesday evenings in July and August to hear a new full-length play (or two new one-acts) read by professional actors, and stick around to chat with the playwright, actors and director. All readings begin at 7:00 pm and are free.
Sea Glass Ladies and My TriniDad, by Albert Fried-Cassorla, directed by Deb Block.
Sea Glass Ladies is a short play about a middle-aged man who meets younger and older women who are collecting sea glass on a beach in Puerto Rico. Despite its brevity, it explores the nature of risk-taking, romance and the pursuit of happiness. My TriniDad is a short play about a middle aged white tourist in Barbados, who meets and a young Trinidadian girl while treading water in the Caribbean and comes to understand understands her torments. Her psyche is revealed, and his is challenged. This story is extrapolated from a true encounter by the playwright in Barbados.