Date & Time: September 1, 2020 8:00pm
Location: Virtual

A new, virtual evening of monologues written and performed by Adelphi alumni.

The Adelphi Alumni Playwrights Group presents BUFFERING…

A new, virtual evening of monologues, musings, and potential technical hiccups.

You MUST register in advance to receive login information. Visit Adelphi Alumni Playwrights Group website for instructions and details.

Directed by Brittany Mills

Produced by Megan Lohne & The Adelphi Alumni Playwrights Group

Inspired by a simple prompt:

“write a monologue about the coronavirus that’s not about the coronavirus”

From a myriad of people locked in a virtual landscape, these are our stories. How do you truly connect with someone when we can only be together over the web? From a break-up to a make-up, a dystopian Truth or Dare, an unconditional love between man and whale, a call to arms, and the aftershocks of a silent retreat. Join as we push the emotional impossibilities and explore the undiscovered depth of our screens.

Join us on Tuesday, September 1, 2020 at 8pm. Tickets are free. Please email to reserve a spot. A zoom link will be sent to you the night before the show.

Group Members

  • Athena Priftakis
  • Benjamin Fahra
  • Benjamin Sherman
  • Brittany Mills
  • Colin Murphy
  • Daniel Ciba
  • Greg Carey
  • Jessica Kreisler
  • Kyle Smith
  • Lauren Brickman
  • Megan Lohne
  • Michael DiFrancisco
  • Rae Bartolai

Buffering Acting Company

  • Benjamin Farha
  • Colin Murphy
  • Greg Carey
  • Isuri Wijesundara
  • Joanna Georghiou
  • Lauren Brickman
  • Rae Bartolai
  • Ray Rodriguez
  • Samuel Adams
  • Tasha Berol

Virtual Technical Team

  • Laura Ryan, Samantha Stone
  • Literary Manager: Megan Lohne
  • In Resident Director: Brittany Mills

The Adelphi Alumni Playwrights Group was created in June 2020 to serve as a workshop space to reignite creativity and foster the artistic process within the comfort of the Adelphi Alumni community. It is our hope that engaging in active conversations about change will allow us to respond to the now with artistry, responsibility, and empathy.

PLEASE NOTE: This is an independent production and is not produced by Adelphi University.

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