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The Children’s Table is Given a New York Reading

The Children’s Table is Given a New York Reading

The Children’s Table new play by Jeffrey Davis Chair of the Department of Screenwriting at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, and member of the esteemed Play Writer’s Unit at the Actors Studio was given a reading at the Ansonia Hotel. The play starred LA film and TV actress Cindy Marinangeli, Louise Davis, Nora Davis, Gary Swanson, Errol Rappaport and Suzanna Bowling. Louise Davis is the winner of The Dramalogue Critics Award for her work in the Jerome Kass play “Young Married at Play.”Gary Swanson has starred in over 20 feature films. You may know him as  “The Irish Spring” or the “Foster Grant” man.

On the surface this is a play about fear and greed, but The Children’s Table is really about the clumsy attempt to find connection and meaning within a family.  It is about identity.
Look for The Children’s Table at a theatre near you.

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