Event Information
White Horse Theater Company Presents
Wednesday, May 30, 2007 through Sunday, June 03, 2007

A Love Story of Unusual Proportions

Length: 2 hrs 0 mins
Intermission: Yes
Seating: General Admission
You choose your seats when you get to the theater.

The first play and production for emerging playwright Greg Lemoine, Half depicts the tragic story of a merchant marine sailor as he struggles to face the demons of his past and fights for the courage to love again. A poet, novelist and playwright, Mr. Lemoine's works include a novel God Laughing and a short play The Witches Avenue (A Eulogy). His poem “Dreams Fade” was published in the anthology Best Short Poems of 2000. He is an associate member of The Dramatists' Guild.

Half has been in development with The White Horse Theater Company since 2004. The inaugural production of WHTC’s New Play Development Series, a program designed to help new American playwrights develop their story/vision through a series of informal readings and talk-backs, will be presented in an introductory Workshop format. The production will feature: Jennifer-Scott Mobley, Mark Ransom, Bill Fairbairn (The Late Henry Moss), and Ken Trammell (A Lie of the Mind).

The play is directed by Producing Artistic Director Cyndy A. Marion, recognized for her innovative productions of In The Bar of a Tokyo Hotel (by Tennessee Williams), Buried Child, A Lie of The Mind, States of Shock, True West and praised by The New York Times for “presenting a very good revival of The Late Henry Moss.”

The White Horse Theater Company is a non-profit organization dedicated to producing plays for the public by and involving American artists. They strive to unleash, investigate and question American social and political issues by re-examining American classics and developing new American voices. This production has been made possible in part through the sponsorship of The Field, and with funding provided by White Horse Theater Company Sponsors.

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This event is general admission and no seating is assigned at this time. You will choose your seats when you arrive at the venue. Please view the 'More info' link to view if the venue is ADA Complaint.