Genre: Drama
Written by Christopher Wall - Part of the Midtown International Theatre Festival

The play explores the worst thing that can happen to a marriage on the edge, when a couple, Ethan and Liz, become stuck in a car one winter on a deserted highway. Forced to cooperate until help arrives, they confront the issues that have undermined their marriage: his long hours at work, her history of depression, their emotional and physical estrangement, and the recent death of their son and who, ultimately, is to blame for it. At times droll, at times savage, Couldn't Say shows two characters in a battle for their lives, trying to survive until help arrives.
Open:   07/19/08
Close:   08/03/08

Saturday, July 19, 5 PM - SOLD OUT!
Monday, July 21, 8:30 PM
Tuesday, July 22, 6:30 PM
Sunday, July 27, 5:45 PM
Wednesday, July 30, 5:15 PM
Friday, August 1, 5:30 PM
Sunday, August 3, 3 PM
Theater:   Dorothy Strelsin Theatre
Address:   312 West 36th Street, Second Floor
New York, NY 10018
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Elizabeth Rich (actress) has appeared in Chicago in The Pillowman, Cherry Orchard, and Tale of Two Cities at Steppenwolf Theatre Company; Dollhouse at The Goodman; Cider House Rules, Early and Often, and Ghetto at Famous Door; Bailegangaire at Irish Rep; Seven Moves and Xena at About Face; The Lady From the Sea at Greasy Joan; and Our Country's Good, Measure for Measure, and HurlyBurly at Strawdog. She originated the role of Hannah Arendt in Hannah and Martin at Timeline Theatre Co. in Chicago (Jeff Award and After Dark Award). She also appeared in Enemies, A Love Story at The Wilma; Hannah and Martin (Helen Hayes nomination) at Theatre J; and Cradle of Man at Florida Stage. Films: Watch, Clothe Your Soul, and The Transfiguration of Harold Maines.
Brent Langdon (actor) has appeared in Richard II at Yale Rep; Henry V at Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey; Murderers at Philadelphia Theatre Company and the Emelin Theatre; Crimes of the Heart, The Complete Works of Shakespeare Abridged, Dracula, and A Christmas Carol at Actors Theatre of Louisville; Hamlet at Orlando Shakespeare Theatre; The Dazzle at B Street Theatre; Three Days of Rain at Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati; and numerous productions of Playmakers Repertory. TV: Law and Order: Criminal Intent, Conviction.