FOOD FOR THOUGHT PRODUCTIONS

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YOU CAN LIVE ZOOM ALL SHOWS OR

ATTEND IN PERSON

AND PARTICIPATE IN A DOCUMENTARY ON FFTP

LOCATION: THEATRE 80

80 St. Marks Place, New York City.

2021 THEME–WE PERSIST!

NEXT SHOW:

MONDAY, JUNE 28th 2:00–4:00pm

Live Zoom Tickets

or Tickets to Alternative Dates (Recorded show)–Saturday, July 10th and Sunday, July 11th

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TWO PLAYS IN ONE AFTERNOON:

PENNY FULLER and STEPHEN SCHNETZER in

“SOMETHING UNSPOKEN” by TENNESSEE WILLIAMS and

“THE HAIRDRESSER” by SUSAN CHARLOTTE

directed by ANTONY MARSELLIS

LOUISE LASSER will join the Post Show Discussion via Zoom.

ABOUT THE PROGRAM:

“Something Unspoken” by TENNESSEE WILLIAMS,
a humorous one-act revolving around the social maneuvers and secrets of a Southern Spinster.

“The Hairdresser” by SUSAN CHARLOTTE, which is set in a hair salon and explores compelling issues such as mortality, aging and loss, with much deeper secrets revealed as the emotionally charged interchange progresses.

Directed by ANTONY MARSELLIS. 



Louise  Lasser and Stephen Schnetzer starred in a production of “The Hairdresser” in an actual hair  salon,  produced by Nancy Jackman and Rosemarie Salvatore.

Join the post show conversation with Louise Lasser as she talks about  acting in  a hair salon and interacting with the audience!

Sometimes in theatre  what matters most is NOT what you say but WHAT YOU DON’T SAY!
Don’t miss June 28th–Two plays.  Two secrets.  One fabulous afternoon!

See what the New York Times had to say about the opening show in 2021.

“Two Playwrights Go Camping”

FFTP has…a double bill that should be catnip for connoisseurs of theatrical camp. The program includes the Tennessee Williams one-act comedy “Lifeboat Drill” set on the Queen Elizabeth II, and Christopher Durang’s “For Whom The Southern Belle Tolls,” a wicked parody of “The Glass Menagerie” in which Laura becomes Lawrence, who collects swizzle sticks. Durang and the actress Carroll Baker are supposed to turn up for a post Q & A. (Elizabeth VIncentelli)

LIFEBOAT DRILL By Tennessee Williams

Starring: Bob Dishy and Judy Graubart

FOR WHOM THE SOUTHERN BELLE TOLLS!

(A Parody on The Glass Menagerie)

By Christopher Durang

Starring:

Blanche Baker, Jeremy Beck, Nathan Darrow, Darlene Hope

Program directed by: Antony Marsellis

With special zoom appearances by: Chris Durang

& Carroll Baker (“Baby Doll”)

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