"ARROZ CON POLLO" STAGED READING

Genre: Drama
Edward H. Hernandez, Ph.D (Playwright/director)

This is a staged reading of the new play "Arroz con Pollo", by Edward H. Hernandez, Ph.D
Synopsis: Nathan, a corporate climber, befriends Victor, the Puerto Rican janitor, who regularly cleans his office late-night. He also meets Angela, Victor's daughter, who regularly delivers a home-cooked meal for her father at work. Angela challenges Nathan to save her father's job from a suspected layoff. Angela and Nathan become buddies, and she eventually brings him meals when she hears he likes a sample of the food given to him by Victor. Angela becomes interested in Nathan, however, Nathan's attention is on Emily, another junior executive, who is the boss's daughter. Nathan tries to impress his boss so he makes a tough layoff recommendation. He befriends Emily who wants to escape her father's control. Victor advises Nathan against the layoffs. The layoff becomes reality. A drunk, and depressed, laid off worker drives his car, accidentally killing Angela. A depressed Nathan contemplates quitting but is forgiven by Victor.

Cast: Aliana Galan, Aliana Galan
Preview:   03/21/08
Open:   03/21/08
Close:   03/21/08

Schedule:
One performance only: 7:30 PM on March 21, 2008 Dramatists Guild of America: Frederick Loewe Performance Space. Very limited seating. Must email eh@hrmgt.com to request confirmed reservation.
Theater:   Dramatists Guild of America: Frederick L
Address:   1501 Broadway Suite 710
New York,
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Cost:Free (with confirmed reservation)
Company: Edward H. Hernandez Theatrical         Official Web Site: www.hrmgt.com/play/main.htm