September 26 – October 20, 2002
Bank Street Theatre


Written and Directed by: Chuck Blasius

Cast: Robert Gomes, Ken Mason

Stage Manager: Jeffrey M. Wain

Set Design: CJ Howard

Lighting Design: Rob Hilliard

Sound: Roger Anderson

Wardrobe: Claire Verlaet

Photography: Sarah Donovan

Hair Design: Betty Rogers

Tech Board Operator: Peter Mercurio

Production Assistants: Joe Hosking, Danny Stewart


Personal and intense...[Blasius'] delineation of his characters is terrific...

The portraits of Douglas and Jean are very finely drawn, and as played by Robert Gomes and Ken Mason they are attractive, endearing, and beautifully flawed human beings.

I was moved by the two mens' lives, and at the end of the evening, I felt that I had come to know them intimately.

Blasius has done a great job defining his characters and demonstrating their personal evolution over three decades.

Ken Mason and Robert Gomes, two gifted actors, [give] stellar performances.

Kudos to Peter Mercurio [the producer] and everyone involved with this wonderful production. The show is on my must see list.

An incredible story of love, longing and loss, that anyone can relate to. After seeing this play, you will feel like you were there too.