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Two Plays by Roxanne Fay

Date(s) & Times

August 1-4, 2013


Thursday August 1 at 7 PM
Friday August 2 at 9 PM
Saturday August 3 at 7 PM
Sunday August 4 at 3 PM



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Join us as we premiere two new haunting stories about the fierce fight to reclaim and hold on to that most elemental human
need- a place of one's own- told by two unique and surprising women.
Performed by Betty-Jane Parks and Roxanne Fay.

Thursday August 1 at 7 PM
Friday August 2 at 9 PM
Saturday August 3 at 7 PM
Sunday August 4 at 3 PM

Admission $20 / $15 students and seniors

A limited number of member tickets will be accepted for these performances.  Please call 727-895-6620 to RSVP.

About Roxanne Fay

Roxanne Fay is an actor and writer, former Producing Artistic Director for the Oak Park Festival
Theatre in Chicago and Co- Founding Artistic Director of Blue Scarf Collective, an artists'
collaborative in Florida. Her plays, Ugly, Aftermath, Everlasting Moon and Paradise Whiskey
have been produced in Chicago and Florida. Her newest play, Upon This Rock will have its
Tampa Bay premiere in 2014.

Roles in Tampa Bay: Joan Didion’s The Year Of Magical Thinking, Jobsite Theater’s Much Ado
About Nothing, freeFall productions of Cabaret, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (nominee, Best
Actress, Broadway World), Romeo & Juliet, Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde, An Empty Plate At The Cafe
Du Grand Boeuf, The Wild Party. Banyan Theatre’s Side Man (Best Actress, Best of the Sun
Coast), A Simple Theatre’s Death And The Maiden; and My Unspeakable Confessions: Gala
Dali Declines To Explain Herself (created for the Dali Museum). In Chicago: Sweeney Todd,
Pump Boys & Dinettes, As You Like It, The Comedy Of Errors, Henry IV & V, Agnes Of God, The
Elephant Man, and Marisol. In Hawaii: The Winter’s Tale, A Funny Thing Happened On The
Way To the Forum, Cabaret. and Lost (ABC Television).

This show is dedicated to the memory of my father, Milton Fay, whose original pencil sketch was
the inspiration for PARADISE WHISKEY, and for my mother, Sylvette Fay, and my dad, Larry
Waters, and the journey that we have shared.

Very special thanks to Bob Devin Jones, Betty Jane
Parks and Heather Jones.