Please Join Us For “Love Divided By”

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Please join us for Love Divided By, a play written by Susan Charlotte, an award-winning playwright and screenwriter. Directed by Antony Marsellis.

Love Divided By is a deeply compelling story which explores multiple facets of domestic violence. This play was made into a film with an original score by musical icon Philip Glass. The film had the honor of being screened at the opening of MoMA’s Titus II theatre.

Written by: Susan Charlotte
Directed by: Antony Marsellis
Starring: Sean Dougherty and Tasha Lawrence
Musical performance by: Keith Buterbaugh
Accompanied by: Joe Carbone on the guitar

A talkback will be held after the performance to discuss the issues raised in the play.

Seating is limited.

Date: Monday, September 18, 2017
Time: 7:30 pm
Diana Wege’s Studio
525 West 22nd Street
(between 10th and 11th Avenues)
Suite 5C

Purchase Tickets

$250 Includes priority front row seating, a listing in the program and a reception with cast, writer and director
($190 is tax-deductible)
$125 Includes 2nd and 3rd row seating, a listing in the program and a reception with the actors
($65 is tax-deductible)
$75 Includes ticket
($65 is tax-deductible)

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Susan Charlotte

Susan Charlotte has written over sixty full-length and short plays, which have been produced throughout the country. Love Divided By was filmed with an original score by Philip Glass and selected to reopen MoMA’s Titus II theatre. In addition, she has written for Lifetime TV and CBS, and has authored two acclaimed books on creativity. Susan has taught for thirty years and was a professor at Columbia University, NYU and City College.

Directed by Antony Marsellis
The Shoemaker and The Pretty Trap

Sean Dougherty
Madame Secretary” and “The Good Wife

Tasha Lawrence
Pipeline and Good People

Musical performance by Keith Buterbaugh
Company and Phantom of the Opera

For more information, please contact Emily at or call 646-584-7846.

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