By Barbara Blumenthal-Ehrlich
Directed by Lydia Anderson
With Jaime Carrillo, Lydia Anderson and Emily Lazaro
A widow in the war in Afghanistan roams the aisles of a military commissary, searching for answers from a decorated officer who can’t stop following her.
Lydia Anderson. Directing work includes: Barbara Blumenthal-Ehrlich’s “Rox-N, Miss Thang” for Boston Theatre Marathon; short plays by Victor Shopov and John Grenier-Ferris for Fringe Wars and Have You Read?; Abraham by Hrotsvit of Gandersheim with the Claremont School of Theology. Dramaturgical work includes: The Baltimore Waltz, Aloha, Say the Pretty Girls, Kid Simple: A Radio Play in the Flesh, The Mistakes Madeline Made, and Hideous Progeny with Holland Productions; Infinite Story with Exquisite Corps Theatre; the upcoming Polaroid Stories, a co-production with Happy Medium Theatre, Boston Actors Theatre, and Heart & Dagger Productions.
Barbara Blumenthal-Ehrlich. Plays include The Next Big Thing, Sister Sister, The Woman With Orange Hands, The Body Clean, Still Life, Boy Girl Boy Girl, Double Vision, Absolute Flight: A Reality Show With Wings, Big City, Hitting the Wall, Three a.m., Rox-N Miss Thang, June In White, and 4EVER. Her work has been produced or developed in New York at Playwrights Horizons, Second Stage, Rattlestick, Roundabout, Women’s Project, Ensemble Studio Theatre, New Georges, The New York International Fringe Festival (and the extended off-Broadway series, Fringe NYC Encore Series), and The Sumer Play Festival; Regionally, at Actors Theatre of Louisville, Trinity Rep, the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Hangar Theatre, Victory Gardens Theatre, Six Figures, Boston’s New Theatre, LA’s Elephant Theatre, and Chicago’s Collaboraction Theatre.
Jaime Carrillo. Jaime holds a B.A. with honors in Theater Arts from Brandeis University. He has performed regionally and abroad, including in Dublin, Winnipeg, Mexico City, New York City, and Washington, D.C. The historic Living Theatre recently featured his plays Una Vida deCalidad and Coat Check Casanova. Jaime is participating in IATI Theatre’s upcoming new voices program in New York City.