The Finer Life
Tom Wolfson is an actor and writer with a master's degree in creative writing from Dartmouth College where he began work on his ongoing collection of memoir stories. He has acted in many plays including the roles of Eddie Carbone in A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE, Judge Brack in HEDDA GABLER, Joe Keller in ALL MY SONS, Harry Trewe in PANTOMIME, and Uncle Paul/Mr. Kenyon in INDIAN BLOOD.
THE FINER LIFE (A Living Memoir #1), produced by Annie Ward, is based on Tom's story adapted for the stage by Janine Perry, Artistic Director of Massachusetts' Cape Rep Theater. It is set in and around an Upper East Side brownstone in 1950's New York City, and depicts a nine year-old lad's struggle to survive in a humorous and volatile family. Thomas plays all nine characters in this production. This is the first in a series of six "living memoirs" by Tom Wolfson. The second is called LIVING IN THE PROMISED LAND (A Living Memoir #2), and will be performed in the Fall of 2010.
There will be a Q&A with Tom Wolfson immediately following the performance.
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