Every Day A Visitor
A sweet and sparkling comedy in the manner of You Can't Take It With You and King of Hearts.
The production is set in a Jewish home for the aged in the Bronx. The residents are cranky, argumentative about their surroundings and each other. To change their perspective and respect for each other, they each play-act somebody famous. This leads to a renewed vitality, imaginative relationships and plain old-fashioned fun.
The Clurman Theatre at Theatre Row, NYC
Nov/Dec 2013 www.everydayavisitor.com
produced by New Federal Theater
directed by Margarett Perry
Raphael Nash Thompson
"Joyous! A colorful, lovable and mostly mature cast. Mr. Abrons's premise is not only a brilliant idea for a play, but also a brilliant strategy for getting through the twighlight years."
McGinn/Cazale Theatre, NYC - May 2001
produced by New Federal Theatre, NYC
directed by Arthur Strimling
"Every Day A Visitor Richard Abrons strikes a praiseworthy blow
for the individuality of the elderly.