From White Plains

May 31 - June 10, 2012
La Tea Theater

A new play written by Michael Perlman in collaboration with Craig Wesley Divino, Karl Gregory, Jimmy King, and Aaron Rossini
Directed by Michael Perlman

"Just because it gets better doesn't mean it didn't happen"

After a shocking announcement on international television, 30 year old Ethan Rice finds himself finally having to confront who he was and what he did as a teenager.

From White Plains follows four men, straight and gay, as they attempt to take responsibility for past actions and move beyond them, aided and frustrated by social media and viral videos. The play examines how male relationships change as boys grow into men and asks who speaks for a victim of bullying when he is no longer here to speak for himself.

Runtime: 95 minutes (no intermission)


Craig Wesley Divino*
Karl Gregory*
Jimmy King*
Aaron Rossini*

Stage Manager: Kevin Clutz*
Set Design: Tristan Jeffers
Lighting Design: John Eckert
Costume Design: Jessica Wegener Shay
Sound Design: Chad Raines
Assistant Costume Design: Ashley Rose Horton
Poster Design: Mandi O'Brien
Development Consultant: Diana Buirski
Line Producer: Melanie Hopkins
Production Manager: Jamie Steffen

* appears courtesy of Actors' Equity Association


This gripping and full-blooded drama, conceived and directed by Michael Perlman, is so full of insight about prejudice, empathy, and the limits of forgiveness that it ought to be required viewing
... [an] outstanding new play...
— TheaterMania
Winner of Best Off-Off-Broadway Production 2012
— GLAAD Media Awards
Nominated for Outstanding Actor in a Lead Role (Karl Gregory), Outstanding Original Full-Length Script (Michael Perlman), Outstanding Premiere Production of a Play
— New York Innovative Theatre Awards, 2012