I have always loved Neil Simon's clever comedy "Barefoot In The Park." The current Moonbox Productions offering at the BCA Plaza Theatre is a very satisfying revival of this classic play set in 1960s New York City. John Paul Devlin's set beautifully captures the ethos of a typical West Side 5th floor walk-up apartment that is the starter home for newlyweds Corie (Marisa Gold) and Paul (Tom Shoemaker). Director Allison Olivia Choat has very cleverly staged this production so that the few necessary set changes, including furniture deliveries, take place during brief intermissions while audience members choose to look on.
Tom Shoemaker (Paul Bratter) and Marisa Gold (Corie Bratter)
Moonbox Productions "Barefoot in the Park"
BCA Plaza Theatre
Through December 12th
Photograph - Earl Christie Photography
Emily Rosser's costumes place us firmly in the days of JFK's Camelot, aided by effective Lighting by Jeffrey E. Salzberg and Sound by Dan Costello. Dan Rodriguez provides original background music.
This play will run through December 12th at the BCA's Plaza Theatre. Grab a friend, relative or special significant other and come celebrate the holidays in this delightful Park!
Moonbox Productions Website