ONE NIGHT ONLY, SEE ‘LOVE AT HOME,’ FRESH FROM FRINGE FESTIVALS IN NEW YORK AND SAN FRANCISCO, AT NEARBY ASBURY HALL IN WHITE PLAINS.
On Friday evening, December 12, at Asbury Hall in White Plains, PB Salon Network presents its premier production, “Love At Home,” written and directed by Mary Matoula Webb.
Can a Lesbian and a Mormon find understanding and acceptance? In “Love At Home,” playwright Webb follows two Bay Area sisters from their early teens in the 90s to adulthood in the time of Proposition 8. “…An amazing … sweet play [that] spreads a message of love, change, and acceptance.” — NYTheaterNow.
The cast, fresh from the Fringe Festival productions in New York and San Francisco, features Cat Cabral as Becca; Tygar Hicks as Diana; Denise Hungerford as Claudia; and Richard Harrison Webb as John.
PB Salon Network provides space for people of all backgrounds and beliefs to expand their experiences and conversations as individuals, consumers of culture, and global citizens.
A portion of tonight’s proceeds will benefit Out Professionals, the nation’s leading LGBT networking organization, and The Loft, a nonprofit, community-based organization serving the GLBT community of the lower Hudson Valley. Founded 30 years ago, The LOFT works to further the cause of inclusion, diversity and pride through education, advocacy and celebration.
Asbury Hall (on the campus of The LOFT and Memorial UMC), 250 Bryant Avenue, White Plains, NY. 10605; (914) 949-2146.
Performance, a full 90 minutes, begins at 7:30 p.m. Open seating. Afterwards, join cast and playwright for a lively, casual TalkBack, accompanied by coffee and dessert.
Show and reception, $35.00 through December 1; $45 thereafter. Member of Out Professionals or The Loft, just $30.00 through December 1. Purchase here. To guarantee a seat and help us plan, order here. Please print and pocket a copy of your online receipt. Thanks!