Judd Lear Silverman
1 man, 1 woman
About the play: Based loosely on a real-life story. When the menu changes at a local senior center for the members ‘own good,’ protest erupts—which reveals important issues affecting seniors, such as the need for autonomy and retaining one’s own voice. The characters are Ivan, a gentlemen of advanced years who is a regular at the senior center, and Dorothy, an administrator at the senior center who is at least 20 years Ivan’s junior.
About the playwright: Judd Lear Silverman is a Brooklyn-based playwright/director/teacher whose work has been seen across the country. He has been published widely and has won several awards for his plays. A member of the Dramatists Guild, he currently teaches Playwriting and English at Pace University in New York City.
Also see our other plays by Judd Lear Silverman: Never Wear a Dead Man’s Shoes and Truth in Advertising.