Writer/actor, story editor, and mentor Diane Flacks visited “Classical Mornings” with Mike Jean to chat about her work “UNHOLY” – her play that is being remounted for a limited engagement at Zoomer Hall for a Vision TV special. “UNHOLY” asks “should women abandon religion?”, and “why do women have faith?” Featuring four women characters with disperate religious and cultural backgrounds, “UNHOLY” was written as a live-to-TV fictional debate, so Diane was thrilled when station owner Moses Znaimer invited her to mount the production here at Zoomer Hall, complete with TV cameras and close-ups of panellists as they attempt a deadpan face while writing notes. She also discussed how she’s had to tweak the script based on recent headlines.
Listen to the interview here:
Tickets are available for the Zoomer Hall presentation on the following dates:
Friday, November 16, 7PM
Saturday, November 17 at 2:30PM & 7PM
Sunday, November 18 at 7PM
Zoomer Hall is at 70 Jefferson Avenue in Liberty Village. Tickets are $25; for CARP members $20, and are available at nightwoodtheatre.net – look under “shows”.