In a snowed-in airport, two former lovers have a life-altering reunion. "Elena" stayed true to her counter-culture path but "Reed" went "corporate." As the night gives way to laughter, flirtation and alcohol, they revisit memories which affect them more than they could have imagined and examine a present which they could not have predicted. |
Love may sometimes take an intermission, but this show does not. Because of that, please enjoy the Boulevard's lobby, refreshments, and restrooms before the show begins.
Director David Oswald (former Chair of the Cardinal Stritch University Theatre department) previous directing assignments for the Boulevard include Samuel Beckett's absurdest classic WAITING FOR GODOT and Edward Albee's charged dark comedy THE PLAY ABOUT THE BABY. In his nearly 40 years as an educator, instructor and director, Mr. Oswald has been creatively involved with, quite literally, hundreds of productions, readings and other theatrical events.
CAST & CREW
Anita Domnitz ("Elena") has performed many times with the Boulevard Theatre. Her most recent performance charmed Milwaukee audiences in the Boulevard's sold-out staging (February, 2013) of Joe DiPietro's delightful and moving tale of delayed love, THE LAST ROMANCE. Ms. Domnitz also won critical praise for her work in such varied plays as acclaimed author and television writer Richard Kramer's stirring indictment of homophobia, THEATRE DISTRICT, as well as appearing in Albee's THE PLAY ABOUT THE BABY (Boulevard Theatre productions).
Jaime Jastrab ("Reed") is a familiar and welcome face to both Boulevard and Milwaukee audiences. His work with the Boulevard has included classical authors, such as William Shakespeare ("Oberon" in A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM) and Moliere's THE SCHOOL FOR WIVES ("Oronte") as well as established and emerging modern playwrights ("Joseph" in Kim Rosenstock's raucous satire TIGERS BE STILL, "James" in Annie Baker's tender theatrical exercise CIRCLE MIRROR TRANSFORMATION).
*NOTE: The Sunday, Feb. 16 performance is currently booked for a private party. This status may change - please check back or choose an alternate performance.*
Boulevard Theatre (View)
2252 S. Kinnickinnic Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53207
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|