A View from 151st Street
by Bob Glaudini
Full Length Play, Drama / 5m, 3f
A View From 151st Street incorporates elements of spoken word poetry, takes a look at life and death on the titular street in uptown Manhattan.
"Playwright Bob Glaudini presents a story that emanates intense drama and human emotion." - Show Business Weekly
"Set in Harlem, Mr. Glaudini’s modest, quietly moving drama offers a needed corrective to flashier, more widely disseminated depictions of the meaner streets of Manhattan...Mr. Glaudini is too honest an observer to stoop to easy moralizing. But in showing how those who fall into the underworld withdraw from the embrace of friends and family, he finds a potent image to illustrate the dehumanizing effects of drugs." - The New York Times
- Gun Shots
- Intense Adult Themes
- Strong Language
- Nudity/Partial Nudity
- Minimum Fee: $100 per performance
- Time Period: Contemporary, Present Day, New Millennium/21st Century
- Duration: 90 minutes
- Setting: New York City, The Present. Main set: front room of the Prats apartment. Other areas: Corner of West 151 Street and Broadway, a bed area in VA hospital, an empty city lot, 148th st area, front gate of a construction yard.
- Additional Features: Stage Combat
- Features / Contains: Contemporary Costumes / Street Clothes
- Musical Style: N/A (Not a musical)
- Vocal Demands: N/A (Not a musical)
- Chorus Size: N/A (Not a musical)
- Ensemble cast
- Multicultural casting
A View from 151st Street was originally produced by the LAByrinth Theater Company at the Public Theater. It opened on October 18, 2007.