By: Brian Sloan
Directed by: Andrew Volkoff
With: Bob Braswell, Micahel Carlsen, Martin Edward Cohen, Leah Curney, Torsten Hillhouse, Nick Lewis, and Patrick Edward O'Brien
On the night before 9/11 a young man, living in a SoHo apartment with a view of the World Trade Center, places an ad for a roommate online. Then, everything changed.
In his first play, writer/filmmaker Brian Sloan gives a surprising and intimate glimpse of life in lower Manhattan during the strange days of September 2001.
Backstage CRITICS' PICK!
"The play requires a strong cast, and this production largely hits the mark. As Eric, Nick Lewis is almost constantly on stage, and his occasional moments of souped-up emotion are softened by a quirky charm and a naturalness of gesture. Leah Curney is refreshingly candid as Josie, Eric's uptown friend and voice of reason, while Michael Carlsen stands out in the lineup of potential roommates, adding a moment of unwitting levity as Kevin, a trucking company owner and strung-out lothario." - Nicole Villeneuve, Backstage