"ALBUM has been known over the years for being a show where young talent is discovered: Kevin Bacon, Megan Mullally, Anthony Edwards, Eric Stoltz, Jennifer Grey, Alec Baldwin, Dana Hill, Tracy Pollan, Griffin Dunne, Brad Hall are among the many young actors who started their careers with this show.
"The cast at LaGuardia is just as talented as anyone who's ever been in the show. It includes: Jocelynn Catasus as PEGGY, Bridgit Giuffrida as TRISH, Aaron Berke as BILLY and Christopher Diaz as BOO.”—David Rimmer
A major critical and popular success, Pulitzer Prize finalist, and a long-running Off-Broadway hit. "…when Mr. Rimmer opens up his characters' anxieties and dreams…ALBUM really soars; the play takes on the romanticism of a rougher-hewn, latter-day Ah, Wilderness'! —NY Times. "Rimmer has drawn his kids with fidelity and understanding humor." —NY Post. "I must report that my juniors in the audience responded with joyous recognition to every flick of the action." —The New Yorker.
If you weren’t there, you’ll wanna be . . .
If you were . . .
you probably don’t remember it . . .
written and directed by
co-produced and co-designed by William J. Koolsbergen and David Rimmer
November 19-21 (6 shows)
Wed: 2pm, 7pm
Thurs: 9:30am, 4pm, 7pm
The Black Box Theater
LaGuardia Community College
Please write to email@example.com for directions to LaGuardia Community College in Long Island City (a few stops from Grand Central on the 7 line)
David Rimmer wrote ALBUM, which played for a year at the Cherry Lane Theater Off-Broadway, went on to be a Pulitzer Prize finalist, was published by Dramatists Play Service, and has been playing at regional and community theaters, colleges and secondary schools, ever since. It was originally developed in a series of workshop productions at some of New York’s most prominent theaters, including Playwrights Horizons, the WPA Theater, the Phoenix Theater, Theater at St. Clement’s and HB Studios. He's also the author of the recently published (by Samuel French) NEW YORK, which has had many productions in the Tri-State and New England areas. His work is included in One on One: The Best Men’s Monologues for the 21st Century and One on One: The Best Women’s Monologues for the 21st Century (Applause Theatre and Cinema Books).