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ASHÉ  by Ricardo Pérez-González

directed by David Mendizábal

Presented at the St. Jude Cultural Center, Inwood
November 6 – 23, 2013

Visions of a life yet unknown.
Dreams that can’t be true, but are.
Santeria.
A story of two strangers connected in ways mystical, yet oddly familiar.

with

Keith Antone
Edwin Matos, Jr.
Lori McNally*
Dennis Vargas*

Production Stage Manager – Whitney Dearden
Producer – Rik Walter
Scenic Design – Mar Urrestarazu
Costume Design – Dede Ayite
Lighting Design – Derek Van Heel
Sound Design – Mark Van Hare
Technical Direction – Duane Pagano
Graphic Design – Gretchen Mergenthaler
Artistic Director – James Bosley

*Appearing courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association
Actors’ Equity approved showcase

What our audiences said:

“Hands down one of the best plays this season”…“a must see, a theater-goers paradise!”
Glenn Quentin, Stagebuddy.com (read the full review here)

The play is very good, the production is impressive, and I’m looking forward to hearing more from this talented company in the coming years.
-Robert Zukerman, Director of Theatre, Dance & Individual Artists Programs, New York State Council on the Arts

It was terrific, really impressively done. Good play, good performances, good production.”
-Gary Shrader, Director and Founding Member, Blue Coyote Theater Group

It’s as good as anything you will see downtown, plus you save yourself the subway fare and high ticket price.
-Michael Scott, Broadway actor, “Showboat” & “110 in the Shade”

 

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