No Service North of 96th

I’m in a reading this weekend!

“No Service North of 96th” - Daniel Blanda’s wonderful play about friendship, New York, and being pushed to your limit. This play is very dear to my heart- I was a part of the original reading, when it was titled, “Not My God“ two years ago, at the Drama Bookshop, directed by Dr. William Martin.

Come see the latest version with a whole new cast & director, and watch how we are transformed. It’s really truly something special. And I am beyond thrilled & honored to get to work on it.

It’s free theater! No excuses!


No Service North Of 96th is a story of instinct and aftermath. Lifelong friends and roommates, Ash and Joyce, live in West Harlem and find that they are in need of a sublet for the month. Becca, having only seen the city from a screen and snow globe, takes the room hoping to transition cleanly into her new career. However, after a hellish introduction, Becca learns that NYC isn't like the New York you see on ‘Good Morning America.’

Hosted by Traguna Productions, as part of their Summer Reading Series, Tickets can be reserved here:

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