Let's enjoy a play together at the Camille Budarz Theater, in the Ossining Library. M&M Productions is staging "The Water Engine". The performance is free.
I'll be coming from the city, but let's try and meet outside of the theater (downstairs in the Ossining library) at 6.45 pm, and go into the theater around 6.50. Play starts at 7 pm.
M&M Productions Acting Company, Inc. will stage The Water Engine, by David Mamet, to be directed by M&M veteran, Floyd Gumble, who gave us a wonderful production of Proof several years ago. The Water Engine is a great drama within a radio play format.
As the audience watches a radio play set in the 1930s, the "play within the play" reveals the story of an inventor who's found a way to run an engine on distilled water. At first ridiculed, he is courted by crooked lawyers attempting to buy the invention from him on behalf of 'certain business interests.' Murder and intrigue follow as the story unfolds.
Featuring Bruce Apar, Lorraine Federico, Flody Gumble,Theodora Kimmel, Kenn Sapeta, Gregg Shults & Steve Zarro.