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Seth Zvi Rosenfeld,
Full Length Play
"Credit scribe Rosenfeld for finding just the right level of emotional neediness to make these characters quirky and vulnerable without turning them into freaks or losers." - Variety"...there are another half dozen rhythm-and-blues nu…
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This new play with music takes place late one Christmas Eve in lonely New York City, when a couple of down-on-their-luck songwriting partners, hitless, loveless and facing their forties, come together for a night of composing and soul searching. This "musical story", finds Sam and Brenda facing the light of a new day and confronting the practical matter: they don't want to mess up their friendship or their working relationship. But, when Sam shows up on Brenda's doorstep late one Christmas Eve wanting to take things to the next level, their partnership is put to the test.
"Credit scribe Rosenfeld for finding just the right level of emotional neediness to make these characters quirky and vulnerable without turning them into freaks or losers." - Variety
"...there are another half dozen rhythm-and-blues numbers that sound like chart-busters." - Theatremania.com
BRENDA - early forties
SAM - early forties
Seth Zvi Rosenfeld was born and raised in NYC. His newest play Handball will be produced in New York next season. His most recent play, Everything's Turning Into Beautiful, opened July, 2006 at The New Group. It starred Daphne Rubin-Vega and Malik Yoba.Mr. Rosenfeld is currently developing Snitch, a TV series for A&E, with Warner Horizon and John Wells Productions. He is currently writing the ... view full profile
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