The Goldman Project

Oakley Series

By Staci Swedeen
Directed by Mary Fisher
February 25, 26, 27, & 28
Auditions: January 4 & 5
1 man; 2 women

It is 1994 and Naomi Goldman, recently widowed, is living in an apartment in upper Manhattan. Her son Tony, separated from his wife, lives with her. When Tony’s old college girlfriend Aviva contacts him with the ulterior motive of interviewing and videotaping his mother for a Holocaust memorial project, Tony is appalled. Naomi, reluctant at first, eventually agrees to the interview

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