A Bench in the Sun
by Terry L. Wiesner
May 25 through June 9 nightly at 7:30 p.m.
is no performance on Sunday June 3rd.
will meet Burt and Harold, two longtime friends residing in a retirement
home. Spending their
time bickering about how mundane their lives are
two provide comedy with conversations about bodily “mis”-functions, not
being as young as one pictures oneself, and how life’s excitement stems from
the past rather then the future. Things
change when Adrienne,
aging movie star, comes to reside at the home.
A competition begins as the men vie for Adrienne’s attention.
Bill Koslofsky takes on the role of Burt, the true pessimist who considers
himself a realist, with no real sense of fashion.
Harold, the guarded optimist, a meticulous dresser is played by Mark Nymo.
the ex-actress, Adrienne, a bit of a flirt who believes in the goodness
people and almost everything else.
wise, very moving—but most of all, very funny.”
sunny comedy…it charms throughout.” —