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Fringe NYC: "Scared of Sarah" A Play About Autism and Empathy

Scared of Sarah A new play by Laura Brienza
Directed by Reginald L. Douglas
Starring: Carolyn Daucher, Nate Grams, and Brenna Palughi*
*Appearing Courtesy of Actors' Equity Association

developed at the Lark Play Development Center and the
Kennedy Center Page-to-Stage New Play Festival

World Premiere in the New York International Fringe Festival

Sarah's autistic. Lily's pregnant. Sam's scared. Could they handle a child like Sarah? When these two people make a third, the fear that sets in threatens to destroy their relationship.

SCARED OF SARAH investigates the challenges of parenting a child on the autism spectrum, the intricacies of personal relationships with those on the spectrum, and Generation Y's complicated love affair with selfishness.

FRIDAY 8/12 @ 5:00
SATURDAY 8/13 @ 7:45
SUNDAY 8/14 @ 12:00
MON 8/15 @ 6:45
WED 8/17 @ 7:45

La Mama First Floor Theatre
74A East 4th Street, New York, NY 10003
F to 2nd Ave, 6 to Astor Pl/Bleeker St., N/R to 8th St.

Tickets $15 in advance


Larry Dropkin

Award winning writer Laura Brienza has once again proven herself brilliant!

Larry Dropkin

This is the deepest, darkest, most intense, edge of your seat, powerful show I have ever seen!
An absolute must see!

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