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Art Imitates Life in DAVID'S PLAY

In Tom Rowan's latest show, David's Play, five college friends reunite for the Broadway debut of one of their members.  However, the real story circles around the character who isn't there: the sixth friend of the group, David, who disappeared several years ago and whose life continues to affect those he left behind.

Taking place over the course of about twelve hours, secrets are revealed, old romances revisited and new ones kindled, and the question of what sort of life we build after the promises we make to our matriculated selves is asked.

Amanda (Callee Miles) and Leo (Joseph Dean Anderson) the most theatrically successful of the friends have settled for what they can get in the arts: as a lead dancer and a theatre critic respectively, both of whom had to sacrifice children for career.  Meanwhile, Molly (Katie Ailion) has given up acting, as she repeatedly protests, for a happy life as a housewife in New Jersey.  Barry (Alex Gagne) is still pursuing the dream: passing…

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