By Robin Goldfin
Directed by Ed Chemaly
November 9 – November 26
NOV 9 - NOV 26; THU, FRI, SAT at 8 PM, SUN at 3 PM - WED, NOV 22 at 8 PM

Executive Director, Crystal Field



November 9 – November 26, 2023
Thursday, Friday, Saturday at 8:00 PM, Sunday at 3:00 PM
Added performance Wednesday, November 22 at 8:00 PM
No performance Thanksgiving, November 23rd

Tickets: $18 General, $15 Seniors and Students
Run Time: 2 hours with one intermission

Theater for the New City
155 First Avenue (between 9th and 10th Street)

A family’s youngest daughter takes center stage as her father cares for his wife of over 50 years, who now has Alzheimer’s. Witnessing the relentless repetition of the disease and the extraordinary patience and unwavering commitment of her father’s love, Estella struggles to accept her mother as she is now. While recalling her mother’s former vitality, a world view emanates, and we see the same couple in their first year of marriage, filled with light and hope for the future. She moves through time and space to learn the flickering power of memory, and to remember what is important when the mother she loves cannot.

David L Carson*
Page Clements*
John Lampe*
Hana Lauer
Deanna Henson*
Hannah Dillenbeck
Ricardo Gomez
Patricia Santos (Cellist)

Playwright – Robin Goldfin
Director – Ed Chemaly
Composer – Oren Neimen
Choreographer – Laurie DeVito
Set Designer – Lytza Colon
Costume Designer – Anthony Paul-Cavaretta
Lighting Designer – Heather Crocker
Production Stage Manager – Aaron A Watson*
Assistant Stage Manager – Danielle Nahil Mullen
Poster Design – Janice Davis
Publicity – Paul Siebold, OFF OFF PR

*Appears courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association

COVID Protocol:
As of September 26th, 2022, we are no longer requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination for our audience upon entry.
Wearing of masks is suggested in the lobby, restrooms and performance spaces at Theater for the New City, but they are not required.