PINEAPPLE & HENRY

Genre: Drama
by Linda Segal Crawley, directed by Scott C. Sickles

PINEAPPLE & HENRY tells the story of a baker at a wholesale food store in Brooklyn who, trying to build a new life for herself, is torn between a rough truck driver who sells meats and a charming Ukrainian architect who speaks little English. 75 years earlier the same building was known as Al's Place, a jazz age speakeasy with an ice cream parlor front, where a dancing barmaid comes between the owner, his brother and their handsome young partner. In these stories, in two different times periods, we see love clashing with life goals and how ensuing battles for control forever change lives on the corner of Pineapple & Henry.

About the Company: Workshop Theater Company

Now in its 13th season, the WorkShop Theater Company specializes in the development of new plays. The company also nurtures the talents of actors, playwrights and directors with the presentation of readings and workshops as well as fully staged plays, and musicals. The company’s two-theater complex on 36th Street includes the 65-seat main stage theater and the 35-seat Jewel Box theater. The award-winning film, FINDING NEVERLAND, began as the stage play “THE MAN WHO WAS PETER PAN” by ALLAN KNEE presented by the WorkShop Theater Company in 1998. The WorkShop has also presented premiere productions of the plays “Angel Wings” by Murray Schisgal (who is best known for “Luv” and the screenplay of Tootsie) and “1348” by Tom Dulack (author of the Off-Broadway hit “Breaking Legs”). For more information on the WorkShop Theater Company and their 2007 season lineup, please visit www.workshoptheater.org.

Preview:   06/17/05
Open:   06/18/05
Close:   07/09/05

Schedule:
Wednesday-Saturday at 8pm
Theater:   Workshop Theater
Address:   312 West 36th Street
New York, NY
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(Take the 1, 2, 3, A, C, E trains to 34th Street)

Cost:$15.00, $10.00 Students and Seniors
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Presented by: Workshop Theater Company         Official Web Site: www.workshoptheater.org