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“Nobody in the cast misses a beat or hits a false note, not for a single moment of the provocative, 85-minute running time”

“As created by a cast that is the most uniformly excellent of any Creative License I've seen — they're as good here as the best professional ensembles in contemporary dramas in the Berkshires and at Capital Repertory Theatre — these are real people: flawed and recovering, misguided and well intentioned. They're making their way, stumbling toward better versions of themselves despite the burdens of the past.”

-Steve Barnes, Times Union


When Dennis Sullivan (Nick Bosanko, The Picture of Dorian Gray) wins the academy award for his screenplay, ‘White Plains’, based on his experiences growing up in the Westchester suburb and the suicide of his best friend, he calls out the name of his high school tormentor, Ethan Rice (Ian LaChance, Lonely I’m Not, Row After Row). As a stunned Ethan watches, a social media firestorm erupts and both men’s lives begin to unravel. From White Plains deftly explores the lasting effects of trauma, the harshness of the social media landscape and the evasiveness of forgiveness. Isaac Newberry (Mine) and Steve Maggio (Pool-No Water) also star.