Catfight at the Oasis
Joanne, the long-suffering garden administrator, has called yet another meeting to resolve the intractable stray cat debate. Will the Bird Lobby get felines expelled from the garden or will Pro-Cat protestors win the day?
Saturdays and Sundays at 2:30pm
in Green Oasis Garden (East 8th Street btw Avenues C and D)
Sarah Bernstein (Playwright) moved to New York City to pursue a career in theatre after studying playwriting with Paula Vogel at Brown University. Her work has been produced and/or developed with the Lark Play Development Center, the Amoralists, Forward Flux Productions, The Motor Company, the Source Festival, FullStop Collective, Caps Lock Theatre, the American Globe Theatre, and the New Voices Project. She is a current member of the Project Y Playwrights Group and the Lark Play Development Center’s LitWing. Her play, Perpetuation, as well as her adaptation of Les Miserables, will be published by Playscripts, Inc. this year.
Dina Vovsi (Director) is a New York-based director and performer. Recent directing credits include Kevin Kautzman’s Vasilisa Most Lovely (Barn Arts Collective, Dixon Place), everything’s whispered (for now) (LIT Residency, Women Center Stage/The Culture Project), Clare Barron’s Washougal My Heart (Communal Spaces), and three short plays by Joe Roland commissioned by Local 3 IBEW (Working Theater). She was recently the SDC Foundation Observer/Assistant Director at Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival where she assisted Davis McCallum on The Winter’s Tale and Eric Tucker on A Midsummer Night’s Dream, the latter transferring to The Pearl this September. She has also assisted Daniella Topol (The Electric Baby, Jesus in India) and Tamilla Woodard (Cherry Smoke), and is a 2015-16 Directing Fellow at Playwrights Horizons, where she will be the assistant director on Hir, Familiar, and Indian Summer. Lincoln Center Directors’ Lab, MASS MoCA A4A Grantee, Associate Member, SDC. www.dinavovsi.com