by Stephen Kaplan
in staged readings directed by Scott Miller*
featuring Curt Arnold, Anjanette Hall*, Wendy Kriss,
Chris Richards* and George Roth*
(*Member, Actors’ Equity Association)
SUNDAY, NOV 8, at 7 p.m.
MONDAY, NOV 9, at 7 p.m.
Dobama Theatre, 2340 Lee Road, Cleveland Heights
All parents think their children are great. Alan Zuckerman just happens to think his three-year-old son, David, is the Messiah. Alan and his wife, Laura, visit their rabbi to discuss David’s possible divinity. Thirty years later, everyone older and wiser, it appears that Dad might have been onto something.
STEPHEN KAPLAN’s playwriting honors include: the New American Comedy Showcase Award (The Book of Daniel); semi-finalist for PlayPenn, Ashland New Play Festival, MTWorks’ Newborn Festival (A Real Boy); and New Jersey Playwrights Contest, DezArt Performs’ Reading Series, Across the Generations New Jewish Play Festival, and finalist for the Woodward-Newman Drama Award (Exquisite Potential.) He is New Jersey’s Regional Representative to the Dramatists Guild. Stephen will attend the Sunday performance and lead a talkback.
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