Triangle Rainbow Theatre

Todays Date: 12/10/19
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Anthony Fusco playwright/director of the Triangle Rainbow Theatre Company presents Crossing Verrazano as his first full length drama based on a true story that took place at the legendary Stonewall bar in Greenwich Village back in 2010. The play began in 2011 as a 25 minute one act drama for the Strawberry One Act festival, and was nominated for best director and was a semi finalist. The play was chosen to perform as part of the Encore series in the winter of 2012 at the Strawberry One Act festival, which has been fully developed into a 70 minute production, adding three new characters to the story. I feel this subject matter has a strong message to deliver to the audiences that come to see it.


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Production History

Crossing Verrazano  | Open: 11/01/12 Close: 11/08/12
Crossing Verrazano, a drama, written & directed by Anthony Fusco is a play based on a true story that took place in Greenwich Village, October 2010. Bryan, Casey & Trevor, three young men from LA plan a visit to New York to celebrate Caseys 25th birthday. Their first stop was the legendary Stonewall Bar on Christopher St. They encounter some new friends Bruno & Mario on the dance floor, that turned their dream into a night to remember. The play received a best director nomination at the Strawberry One Act festival summer 2011, and was selected to perform in the encore series at the Strawberry One Act festival winter of 2012.


Featuring: Michael Greehan, Mary Sprague, Loring Griggs, Ron Tsur, Peter Evangelista, Sean Hefferon, Miles Folley, Phillip Burke, Vincenzo Fiorito, Adin Lenahan, Kevin Necciai

Lighting Design: Bethany Briggs
 


About the Company: Triangle Rainbow Theatre

Anthony Fusco playwright/director of the Triangle Rainbow Theatre Company presents Crossing Verrazano as his first full length drama based on a true story that took place at the legendary Stonewall bar in Greenwich Village back in 2010. The play began in 2011 as a 25 minute one act drama for the Strawberry One Act festival, and was nominated for best director and was a semi finalist. The play was chosen to perform as part of the Encore series in the winter of 2012 at the Strawberry One Act festival, which has been fully developed into a 70 minute production, adding three new characters to the story. I feel this subject matter has a strong message to deliver to the audiences that come to see it.

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