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A Milonga for Gabriel Isaacs

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Saturday, October 21, 2023 @ 7:30PM


General Admission Tickets:

$20 in advance, $25 at the Door

THE PLAYWRIGHTS’ THEATRE OF EAST HAMPTON AT LTV IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE CATSKILL MOUNTAIN FOUNDATION PRESENT A CONCERT STAGING OF THE NEW COMEDY WITH MUSIC


A Milonga for Gabriel Isaacs




by John McCaffrey & Mark Singer
Directed by Paul Lincoln
with music by The Oscar Feldman Trio and live Tango by Sandra Antognazzi and Walter Perez
Produced by Josh Gladstone


Gabriel is newly divorced and still in pain from the breakup. He wants to find new love but is fearful of getting hurt again. Could tango be the answer? Tango - a ballroom dance of Latin-American origin, danced by couples, erotically charged, and having many varied steps and poses including, for Gabriel, pretending that he is not falling in love with his new dance partner Lauren. And what of his married friend Terry and the mysterious woman who enthralls him? Can Gabriel save his friend from himself? He has only a few chances to get this right, and they are running out. Four, three, two one…


Join us at this concert staging of a spicy, neurotic, and zany new comedy by two sharp playwrights and directed by Broadway’s Paul Lincoln - featuring an ensemble of five actors joined by live Tango music performed by Oscar Feldman and his smoldering Jazz Trio and Tango dancers Sandra Antognazzi & Company. There’ll be something for everyone at this night of passion and play, including a post-show dessert reception with the artists courtesy of our producers, The Playwrights’ Theatre of East Hampton.



Come mingle with the cast & playwrights after the show for a FREE and LIVELY Q&A and dessert reception!




Featured Actors


Robert DiSario

Michelle Duffy

Jennifer Evans

Adam Huel Potter

Edward Kassar



Creatives


Musican

Oscar Feldman


Dancer

Sandra Antognazzier


Director

Paul Lincoln


Playwrights

John McCaffrey

Mark Singer



The Playwrights' Theatre of East Hampton was founded by Mitzi and Perry Pazer.


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