Writer and actor Lameece Issaq teams up with two-time Obie winning director Lee Sunday Evans on her riotously funny and gut-wrenching new play about a 40-whatever dental lab tech who gets fired and moves into St. Agnes Residence, a woman’s rooming house run by nuns. While there, she must come to terms with her unfulfilled path to motherhood and the untimely death of her sister – all while fending off her unpredictable and sometimes deranged cohabitants. The play is performed by Issaq in a story-telling tour-de-force.
Written and Performed by: Lameece Issaq
Directed by: Lee Sunday Evans
Produced through special arrangement with: Plate Spinner Productions
The creative development of this play has been supported by Williamstown Theatre Festival, New York Theatre Workshop, Theatre Aspen’s Solo Flights Festival, Noor Theatre, and Cape Cod Theatre Project.
“A GOOD DAY TO ME NOT TO YOU opts for all-out vulnerability, dissecting the psyche as if the stage were an operating table.”
—The New York Times (*Critics Pick*)
“The show, brimming with jokes, also goes deep, looking past the smile to find the skull beneath.”
—The New Yorker