Bridal Salon Play-reading: Reunion
November 14 | 7pm
written by Martin R. Lentz
directed by: Rosemary Fox
Pay What You Can
REUNION is set in a hotel in Philadelphia during the 30th reunion of a Vietnam war military unit. A soldier killed in action,–“Danny”- appears at the reunion and encounters those who left him to die on the battlefield. His old girlfriend also appears. Danny is forever young as the day he was killed, while the years have taken their toll in many ways on those who survived. REUNION is about love and loyalty and what lasts and does not last from the dreams of youth.
The Bridal Salon is a play-reading series that takes place each month on Wednesday. The series was created to support the ever growing Philadelphia theater community. Actors, directors, playwrights and theater enthusiasts can all benefit. The Bridal Salon showcases 2 one-act plays or 1 full-length piece each evening. Audiences will have the chance to engage the directors, playwrights and actors in discussion about preparation and writing processes, inspiration, and character development. The entry fee for audience members is Pay What You Can and each salon has complimentary food and drink.