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Curtain Call Opening Night of Children of a Lesser God

Curtain Call Opening Night of Children of a Lesser God

Directed by Tony Award winner Kenny Leon, Children of a Lesser God open on Wednesday, April 11 at Studio 54.  T2C’s Genevieve Rafter Keddy was there.

Joshua Jackson

Joshua Jackson

 Lauren Ridloff

Lauren Ridloff

Kecia Lewis

Kecia Lewis

Anthony Edwards

Anthony Edwards

 Lauren Ridloff, Joshua Jackson

Lauren Ridloff, Joshua Jackson

John McGinty, Julee Cerda

John McGinty, Julee Cerda

Kecia Lewis, Anthony Edwards

Kecia Lewis and Anthony Edwards

Kenny Leon, Lauren Ridloff, Joshua Jackso

Mark Medoff, Lauren Ridloff, Joshua Jackson

Kecia Lewis

Kecia Lewis

Kenny Leon

Kenny Leon and cast

Treshelle Edmond, John McGinty, Julee Cerda

Treshelle Edmond, John McGinty, Julee Cerda

 Lauren Ridloff, Joshua Jackson

Lauren Ridloff, Joshua Jackson

reshelle Edmond, John McGinty, Julee Cerda, Lauren Ridloff, Joshua Jackson, Kecia Lewis and Anthony Edwards

Flowers for everybody

Treshelle Edmond, John McGinty, Julee Cerda, Lauren Ridloff, Joshua Jackson, Kecia Lewis,Anthony Edwards

Treshelle Edmond, John McGinty, Julee Cerda, Lauren Ridloff, Joshua Jackson, Kecia Lewis, Anthony Edwards, Kenny Leon

Treshelle Edmond, John McGinty, Julee Cerda, Lauren Ridloff, Joshua Jackson, Kecia Lewis, Anthony Edwards

Treshelle Edmond, John McGinty, Julee Cerda, Lauren Ridloff, Joshua Jackson, Kecia Lewis and Anthony Edwards

Treshelle Edmond, John McGinty, Julee Cerda, Lauren Ridloff, Joshua Jackson, Kecia Lewis, Anthony Edwards

Treshelle Edmond, John McGinty, Julee Cerda, Lauren Ridloff, Joshua Jackson, Kecia Lewis, Anthony Edwards

Julee Cerda, Lauren Ridloff, Joshua Jackson, Kecia Lewis

Julee Cerda, Lauren Ridloff, Joshua Jackson, Kecia Lewis

Kenny Leon came on stage to talk and present flowers. Mark Medoff (Playwright) was introduced from the audience, as he is not well and could not get up on the stage.

The story tells of a passionate and personal connection between a teacher at a school for the deaf (Mr. Jackson) and the remarkable woman (Ms. Ridloff) he meets there. The play originally won the Tony, Drama Desk, and Olivier Awards for Best Play, when it premiered in 1980.

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