Gregory G. Allen is an award-winning author who has been in the entertainment industry for 30 years as a writer, actor, filmmaker, and director. His plays and musicals include: Well With My Soul (Seeing Place Theater Reading Series, NYC), Invisible Fences written with Stephen Kitsakos (4th Wall Theatre M.I.D. Stage Series), Ashokan: The Story of a Reservoir written with Stephen Kitsakos and Perdita Finn (commissioned by the Catskill Watershed Corporation), and three children's musical all produced by the Garland Children's Theatre in Garland, Texas. He is a member of the Dramatist Guild and the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. He has been featured and interviewed in The Advocate, Huffington Post, PBS One-on-One with Steve Adubato, Sirius Radio The Morning Jolt, and Next Magazine. www.gregorygallen.com

FEATURING

Ted Cancila

Beth Baur

A One Act Play Written by Gregory G. Allen

In a dystopian future, two couples come together to remember life before the gay purge and must decide if they can continue the risk of a weekly dinner together.

Playwright Gregory G. Allen's latest play tackles highly debated topics such as LGBT rights, politics, life, and love. This dinning room drama is full of layers that are unwrapped in real time as two couples must make some very
tough decisions.

With 
The Handmaid’s Tale such a hit and 1984 recently on Broadway, Allen wanted to share a fictionalized projection of what could possibly happen in the future for the LGBT community...if we’re not careful.

ASD Media & Entertainment is proud to partner with other organizations, theaters, and producers to see this play brought to fruition.


**There will be an invited-only reading & discussion of the play at The Studios of Key West in Florida, directed by Stephen Kitsakos on Tuesday, May 22.


**There will be a reading of the play as part of Community Conversations in Dallas, TX on Monday, July 23rd at 6:30 pm followed by a discussion.

Part of the Take Pride, Bloomfield! Series
Saturday May 19 at 3pm
FREE
A Semi-Staged Reading of this One Act followed by a Q&A with playwright & actors






​Bloomfield Library
Little Theater
80 Broad Street
Bloomfield NJ

**For mature audiences

Gwen Ricks-Spencer

Bruce McCandless

Championing the Spirit of Independence