Tuesday, June 16, 2009

UWS in the 70s, Farcical views, Bullies allowed

Working in a Real Estate office during a recession is not easy, just ask playwright, Richard Hymes-Esposito, who based his new play, This Isn't Paradise, on his experiences at a Manhattan Real Estate office. This ensemble comedy is a "farce about bullying in the workplace. At a time of economic recession, these facets of human behavior become more and more prevalent and less sugar coated," commented Hymes-Esposito.

In This Isn't Paradise, Robert Adkins thinks he's the next Donald Trump, as he is the leading moneymaker in a small Manhattan Real Estate Agency; until the perfect storm of a serious economic recession and a new hire, threaten his "world". This Isn't Paradise comically explores the sociopathic, money hungry, sexist, unstable..."tendencies", a man can posses during hard times.

THIS ISN'T PARADISE performance schedule:
Thursday, June 18th at 8 PM; Friday, June 19th at 8 PM; Saturday, June 20th at 3 PM & 8 PM
Monday, June 22nd at 8 PM; Wednesday, June 24th at 8 PM; Thursday, June 25th at 8 PM
Friday, June 26th at 8 PM; Saturday, June 27th at 3 PM and 8 PM; Monday, June 29th at 8 PM

Tickets are $18.00. Advance tickets can be purchased online at www.ThisIsntParadise.com, or by calling 917-916-0239. Tickets may also be purchased at the theatre's box office half hour before the performance.

**90 minutes.**

For more information visit www.ThisIsntParadise.com

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