In two plays, rural.urban.ruin examines the lives of people when ideas clash be-it in a quaint rural dinner or an urban edifice.
A comedic staged-reading in two acts, Debt and Truck, spotlights the urban and rural people we do not always see up close. Debt explores the lives of the average person and the ease of their acquisition of debt while Truck is an unassuming conversation about love and its pitfalls.
Short Order is written by the late Leah Ryan. Directed by Keisha Ector. Stars:Stephen Ward, JJ Pyle, Leo Goodman and Vanessa Hardy.
The Eternal Space
It's October 1963. New York City. The Old Pennsylvania Station is slated for demolition. The wrecking crews are outside in the drizzling morning rain dismantling a fifty-three year old marvel of American Beaux-arts architecture. Inside a photographer is running away from his past while an aging English teacher cannot let his go. Now, two complete strangers begin a three-year debate over the value of old and new. The Eternal Space is written by Justin Rivers. Directed by Barika Edwards. Stars: Rory Lance and Richard D. Busser.
rural.urban.ruin is produced by Barika Edwards and presented by The Tank thetanknyc.org.
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