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THE TEACHINGS OF CHAIRMAN RICK,
Emanuel Carrera, Chi Spain, Melissa Kolczynski.                photo: Kevin Broad.
AFTER GUANTÁNAMO: Fernando González, Rit Saraswat, Meg Wilkinson, Polly MacIntire, Jeff
Baxt (seated).   photo: Kevin Broad.
SIXTY YEARS WITH BRUHS AND GEAN: Keith Kaczorowski, Justin Damm, Melissa Kolczynski.    photo: Rachel Taylor Brown.

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Tom Wilson Weinberg
SUNRISE AT HYDE PARK
POLITICS POWER SECRETS MUSIC LOVE

words & music by Tom Wilson Weinberg

designed by Kevin Broad

EZRA BERKLEY NEPON as Lorena Hickok
HEIDI HAYES as Eleanor Roosevelt
ANDREW CROWLEY as Ray Corry

SATURDAY AUGUST 2, 2014, 8:00 PM

PRESENTED BY ARTS PROJECT CHERRY GROVE
CHERRY GROVE, FIRE ISLAND


1932: Lorena Hickok, a hot-shot reporter for the Associated Press, is assigned to interview Eleanor Roosevelt, wife of New York State Governor and Presidential candidate Franklin D. Roosevelt. Hickok wants to be covering crime, corruption and war. The shy, reluctant Eleanor wants to be left alone. This awkward interview changes the lives of both women.

1962: Ray Corry, an ambitious young curator at the Roosevelt Museum in Hyde Park, pressures the ill and aged Hick to donate her 30 years of letters, the intimate correspondence of two remarkable women. Corry is shaken by the content he discovers - the passion and complexity of the Eleanor/Hick relationship and the impact the letters have on his own life.

Based on ELEANOR & HICK, words & music by Tom Wilson Weinberg,
book by Peggy Stafford, original direction by Darren Katz