General Hospital Writer Scott Sickles’ Composure at The Workshop Theater
Romeo and Juliet with a twist.
Update May 17: Soaps.com has performance details for the play, “Composure,” written by “General Hospital” script writer Scott Sickles and directed by Fritz Brekeller. The play, which won Outstanding Original Full-Length Script and Outstanding Director at the 2016 New York Innovative Theatre Awards, will be presented from Thursday June 1 through Saturday June 24 at The Workshop Theater at 312 W. 36 Street in New York City, New York.
The story is described as a powerful drama surrounding the meaning of loss and is for anyone who has fallen for the wrong person and fears it’s too late to find love. The main character Fletcher Driscoll returns to his hometown to direct “Romeo and Juliet” and never expected to be swept away in his own star-crossed romance with a recently divorced man with a complex past named Jeff. Not to mention, Fletcher wasn’t prepared to confront Tommy, his high school best friend who left him with a broken heart. As the story goes on, Fletcher and Jeff try to keep things simple but is it really possible? Visit The Workshop Theater to order Composure tickets today.
Back on May 27, 2015, Soaps.com reported that “General Hospital” writer Scott Sickles had penned a new play which would be performed at the WorkShop Theater Company in New York City from June 11 through June 20. “Composure” tells the story of an ill-timed college production of “Romeo and Juliet” that leads to a real-life star-crossed romance between two men involved in the play.
“Composure” stars Scott Ahearn, CK Allen, Anne Fizzard, Michael Gnat, Susan Izatt and Ben Rezendes. The play is directed by Fritz Brekeller (director, “All My Children”). Tickets for the show are $10 and can be purchased at OvationTix.
Sickles joined General Hospital’s writing team in 2012, coming from “One Life to Live.” Along with other members of the “GH” writing team, Scott Sickles won a 2015 Writers Guild of America award.
Photo credit: Scott Sickles Facebook
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