Come to Starr Street

Author: Ren D. Santiago

Come to Starr Street

Description: A typical night at Starr Street for Ani, John, and Ten is sprinkled with cocaine, liquor, music, longing, and laughter until nothing is funny and the purpose is lost.
Year Written/Copyrighted: 2013
Date Added: 4/16/2015
Content Advisory:
1 Act, 80 Minutes
2 Females, 3 Males

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Keywords: Child Abuse · Comedy · Coming of Age · Dark Comedy · Drama · Drug Use and Abuse · Expressionism · Gender and Sexuality · Gender Identity · Ghosts · God · Magic Realism · Money · Naturalism/Realism · Non-traditional/Non-narrative/Experimental/Post-dramatic · Philosophy · Pop Culture · Racial Identity/Relationships · Religion and Spirituality · Requires/Supports Sophisticated Multimedia/Technical Elements · Romance · Sex · Sickness and Mental Illness · Single Set · Social Issues · Surrealism/Absurdism · Technology and the Internet · Violence · Women

Original Production Information

Come to Starr Street was produced in 2013 by the Middle Voice Theater Company (Apprentice Company to Rattlestick Playwright's Theater) at The Producers Club, with the following cast and crew:

Alexander Lambie
Lauren Annunziata
George West Carruth
Yadira Guevara-Prip
Lamar K Cheston.

Director: Michael Holtzman
Sound, stage manager, choreographer, assistant direcor: Dana O'Brien
Lighting design: Amanda Clegg Lyon
Mentorship and Artistic Production: Lucy Thurber
Co-Artistic Coordinator: John DiResta.