Body of Work by Adam Sentoni - fundraiser Hudson School theater - with Sentoni, Pape and Coggins
Compelling, emotional, provocative, and comedic, this 90-minute new play by Adam Sentoni stars Adam Sentoni, Florence Pape, Jack Coggins
By: The Hudson School
THE HUDSON SCHOOL IN HOBOKEN, NEW JERSEY PRESENTS
BODY OF WORK
A NEW PLAY BY ADAM SENTONI
HOBOKEN (February 12, 2018) A play with a boat. And three actors. And the Moon, and a Lighthouse, and Origami. A play about the Afterlife.
Inspired by Prometheus Bound by Aeschylus, three unlikely strangers meet in an unusual and watery place to make connections, to draw conclusions, and to discover the value of what it means to be an actor. Jack Coggins, Florence Pape, and Adam Sentoni are the three actors who meet in this enigmatic and mysterious afterlife. The characters, simply named One, Two and Three, reflect on the past, look toward the future, and try to make sense of their present. BODY OF WORK is a moving and stirring tribute to the life and spirit of acting. The production is directed by Adam Sentoni.
Compelling, emotional, provocative, and comedic, this 90-minute play will be presented at The Hudson School Performance Space, 601 Park Avenue, Hoboken, NJ. Performance schedule includes four performances:
BODY OF WORK will be presented as part of a two-play repertory festival to benefit the renovations of The Hudson School theater space. ART by Yasmina Reza, directed by Vivian Hasbrouk, will have performances the following week, March 9-11; and features Jack Coggins, Paul Perkinson, and Adam Sentoni. For more information about ART, contact Vivian Hasbrouk: email@example.com
Tickets for each show are $10.00, or $15.00 for both shows, and can be purchased at the door.