Limited Engagement Now Playing! Critic Recommended Comedy!
THROUGH MARCH 11TH!
“Top Notch!! … Hilarious! … A show you don’t want to miss!!”
Synopsis: When the psychic Jamaican housekeeper predicts that the famous movie-star sister will come to sell the childhood home that her two idle siblings have lived in all their lives, the zany antics that ensure would make Chekhov turnover in his grave!
Vanya – Bjorn Johnson
Sonia – Michelle Danner
Masha – Christine Dunford
Spike – Nate Golon
Nina – Remy Nozik
Cassandra – Tamika Katon-Donegal
FRIDAYS AND SATURDAYS AT 8:00PM
SUNDAYS AT 5:00PM
“Barbara Tarbuck, the director, has put together a pretty amazing cast!”
“Michelle Danner (Sonia) is remarkable… Her performance as Sonia was breathtaking!”
“Christine Dunford (Masha) is brilliant actor who creates an astonishing physical and comedic life on stage.”
“Nate Golon (Spike) is superior! … Show stopping moments!”
“Remy Nozik (Nina) has an incredible presence on stage!”
“Tamika Katon-Donegal (Cassandra) strikes into the heart of the character.”
“A family reunion you definitely don’t want to miss”
– Shari Barrett from Broadway World
“Edgemar Center theatre itself is very comfortable, which is a pleasure. And all seats are good. And the people who check you in are sweet and helpful.”
– Karen Salkin from It’s Not About Me
“I’m happy to report that The Edgemar Center for the Arts does Durang just right!” – Steven Stanley from Stage Scene LA
“Dunford is pitch perfect and divine”
“Danner’s deliciously zany Sonia is a dorky delight”
“2017 cast addition, Johnson […] is show-stopping”
“Golon is terrific”
“Nozik’s ethereal Nina is incadescent perfection”
“Katon-Donegal adds jamaican spice to the mix”
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The 5th Annual Cinema at the Edge Film Festival (CATE) presents films of all genres that feature a distinct vision, a unique voice or a challenge to what is expected and accepted in the medium. A community staple, CATE was born out of a desire to showcase innovative films, with a commitment to quality, which push industry boundaries and explore cutting-edge cinema.
Our film festival is now accepting submissions for Narrative Features, Documentaries, and Shorts. We emphatically welcome films in all genres, from all corners of the world, whether you’re a student or a seasoned filmmaker. It is CATE’s mission to feature films which will, first and foremost, connect with audiences but also give independent filmmakers genuine exposure and additional opportunities for global distribution. This film festival is dedicated to shining the light on indie gems which continue to push this industry to new heights. Festival Director Michelle Danner is thrilled to now invite the global independent film community to submit their finest work to this vibrant, beachside community during CATE 2017.