A Pakistani cabbie gives a ride to a Connecticut banker in New York City. The result is a ride of a lifetime going far beyond its original destination for them – and audiences. The Textile Co. presents this new play about a cab ride that changes the lives of everyone in the vehicle – and many others. The Fare tells a powerful story of how a dispute over a taxi fare leads to an altercation with echoes that involve everything from immigration to identity, class to color, privilege to prejudice and what it means to be an American. Scott David Reeves, Sarah Grace Sanders, Hemang Sharma, Michael Catlage, Scott Zimmerman and Brett Solimine co-star in a tale for our times. Directed by Scott David Reeves. Written by Claude Solnik. Inspired by true events, The Fare tells a fictitious story about what happens when two people with different backgrounds clash and end up caught in an event that turns out to be bigger than both of them.


Scott David Reeves* – Rich

Sarah Grace Sanders – Claire

Hemang Sharma –Omar

Scott Zimmerman* – Larry

Michael Catlage – Craig

Brett Solimine – police officer/ Joe

*Appearing courtesy of Actors’ Equity / Actors' Equity Approved Showcase

The Cabaret 

March 16 - 26

Thursday - Saturday 8:00 PM

Sunday 3:00 PM

General Admission: 18.00

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Theater for the New City
155 First Avenue
(between 9th and 10th Streets)
New York, NY 10003
Telephone: (212) 254-1109
Fax: (212) 979-6570

E-mail: info@theaterforthenewcity.net

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