“Extremities” Comes To Playhouse 22 In March

EAST BRUNSWICK – Playhouse 22, East Brunswick’s community theater, presents “Extremities” by Emmy-award winning and New Jersey native playwright William Mastrosimone. The show opens on March 16 and closes on March 25. All shows are Friday evenings at 8 p.m., Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 3 p.m.

“Extremities” is about every woman’s worst nightmare come true… with a twist. During an attempted rape, a woman captures her attacker and proceeds to torture him. Her roommates return home and struggle to determine who is guilty of a crime, the woman or her would-be rapist. The play is an incredibly gripping drama portrays the act and it’s aftermath as the victim turns the tables on her attacker, reaching a climax of fever pitch suspense. Because of adult content and language, “Extremities” is recommended for mature audiences and parental guidance is suggested.

Directed by Deborah L. Pedretti, “Extremities” stars Raymond Sammak as Raul; Faith Dowgin as Marjorie; Stephanie Tyson as Terry and Cathryn Hardy as Patricia.

“Extremities” is part of Playhouse 22’s critically-acclaimed On The Edge Series. The series is an opportunity for directors to present lesser-known or smaller works that might not be suited to a full-scale production. The emphasis is on the play and the acting, not costumes, props or special effects. The shows are presented with the audience sitting on the stage, right in the middle of the action, allowing a ringside view as the story unfolds around them.

All general admission tickets are $12, and available online at Playhouse22.org, by calling the Box Office at 1-732-254-3939 or at the Box Office window. Playhouse 22 is located at the East Brunswick Community Arts Center at 721 Cranbury Road, East Brunswick.

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