Author: Raphael Badagliacca

A La Carte: A Feast of New Plays

“A la Carte: a Feast of New Plays” is a collection of six short plays all about this power. We have the Food Network these days and countless other cooking shows, so it’s no reach at all for us to put food and performance in the same sentence. On television it’s all about competition and bravado — who can astound us most — but this set of plays is about a different kind of power — the personal connection between people where food is the medium.

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Cafe Pen

The bus stops at Cafe Pen. Look in and find out what it’s all about. To get the full experience, do it more than once. It’s well worth it

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Swimming at the Ritz

Actors and directors agree that it is particularly challenging to portray a real person. “Swimming at the Ritz” takes it so much further — a historical person “becomes real” for the audience during the play. Before “Swimming at the Ritz” we may have heard of Pamela Harriman; after the play, we know her.

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