Featuring the Ensemble of WCT actors:
Emily Aronoff, Susan Bond, Jeff Callan, Gretchen Craig, Christine Fonsale, Julie Griffin, Marissa Lowe, Patrick McGuiness, Betsy Miller, Howie Weintraub, Donna White, and Lora Yuen.
The WCT Play Reading Series is part of our commitment to develop new plays. These plays have been workshopped at WCT labs and have participated in our collaborative dramaturg process. Audience feedback during our talk-back performances is essential and will facilitate further development of the work.
Give A Dog A Bone
Can a budding relationship survive puppy love?
Written & Directed by Linda Delaney
Dark Friday Markdowns
In the Shack, Krok and Gralek prepare for the post-Thanksgiving rush.
Written by C.J. Ehrlich & Directed by Bob Rogerson
A woman at the end of her life, while seemingly lost in a coma, is actually reliving the warmest memories of raising her children.
Written by Albi Gorn & Directed by Bob Rogerson
The Importance of Avocados
The discovery of an avocado has a surprising effect on a marriage.
Written by Shelley Lerea & Directed by Susan Ward
At the Water's Edge
Like a turtle caught between rocks, sometimes all we need is a little help
Written by Carol Mark & Directed by Bob Rogerson
A couple comes to a crossroads in a 35-year marriage marked by a mix of love and lies.
Written by Evelyn Mertens & Directed by Susan Ward
Z.eta O.mega E.psilon
Zoe just wants the stars to shine again.
Written by Pat O'Neill & Directed by Levi Joseph Green
Westchester Collaborative Theater
23 Water Street
Ossining, NY 10562
Bethany Arms Community
40 Somerstown Rd, Ossining, NY 10562
Thursday Nov. 15th 8pm
Friday Nov. 16th 8pm
Saturday Nov. 17th 2pm & 8pm
Sunday Nov. 18th 3pm featuring talkback
Sunday Nov. 25th 3pm
Discounts available for students, seniors & groups of five or more
is a Peekskill native. She made her stage debut at 7, later studying with Howard Meyer’s Acting Program and the Oxford Shakespeare Company. Stage credits; Antigone (Antigone); Concrete (Sadie); Rebecca, Dai (Enough); Erika (The Hardware Diaries); Juliet (Romeo and Juliet); Charmian (Antony and Cleopatra). Marisa appeared in the feature film Strawberry Flavored Plastic as Mikala, which screened at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival. She is currently a student in Howard Meyer’s Master Class. Marisa is thrilled to be a member of WCT. She is indebted to her loved ones for their inspiration on this brilliant journey through life.
has been acting since 2007. He is currently studying with Terry Schreiber. He has been featured in several episodes on the Discovery Channel’s, The Perfect Murder, Crime to Remember, and Evil Lives Here. He has also appeared in several featured movies and local and national commercials spots. He is one of the founding and board members of the Westchester Collaborative Theater. As a member of Broadway Briefs, LLC he and his colleagues have produced/acted in an Off-Broadway production.
received his BA in Theatre from SUNY Binghamton and is also a graduate of the Trinity Rep Conservatory in Providence, RI. Film and TV credits include: Junior (One Eyed King); Reporter (The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader Murdering Mom), and Unsolved Mysteries. Theatre credits include Dr. Jim Bayliss (All My Sons); Gabe (Seven Nights); Joe (Love at Worst Site); The Pope (Nectar); Charley (The Second Coming); Mr. Kentley (Arsenic and Old Lace), and Martini (One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest) to name a few. Thanks for the continued support from family and friends. www.patrickmcguinnessny.com
is thrilled to be joining the WCT family and debuting here in her fourth Albi Gorn play. Other roles include Cindy (Diminished Capacity); Becca (Rabbit Hole); Chris (Rumors, YCP Theatreworks - Shrub Oak, NY), Sonya (Vonya, Sonya, Masha & Spike, Carriage House Theatre - Norwalk), and June (Fifth of July, Town Players of Newtown - Newtown, CT). Donna has performed in one acts in both Ridgefield, CT and in the Aery Festival. Many thanks to Albi for writing such beautiful words, to Linda for bringing me to audition and to Bob for casting me. EIEA
is delighted to be playing another of Shelley’s fun quirky characters under the well-guided direction of Susan Ward. She most recently performed in Motherhood Outloud at the Hendrick Hudson Free Library Theater Group. Betsy can be spotted in local commercials in Westchester and Connecticut.
Born in NYC to Chinese immigrant parents and raised in the Bronx! An Ossining resident, acting has always been her passion but could not be her “day” vocation since roles for real Asian-AMERICANs were practically non-existent in theater/film alike....so, she is delighted to be part of this production and team!