Published on January 4th, 2012 | by Ramon Trotman3
Four Conversations: Cast Interview
We had the opportunity to sit and talk to the cast of the new play Four Conversations. The play meshes the personalities of its characters as they struggle to find themselves in their current realities.
Life is not all that it seems to be cracked up to be for the individuals of Four Conversations, with married couple Charles and Jasmine, and friend and protégé’ Toni and Sasha. Jasmine, a hard charging corporate lawyer, approaching her 30s, who appears to have everything a woman could ever want, finds herself in search of the missing link in her successful career and personal life.
The Play will be held at Symphony Space located 2537 Broadway at 95th Street, New York, NY 10025-6990. There will be three viewings, which means you should have excuse to miss what promises to be a worth while theatre experience. Show times are Friday January 6th at 8pm, Saturday January 7th at 3pm and Saturday January 7th at 8pm. More information including ticket pricing can be found at Symphony Space’s website.
DYWAYNE R. MOODY – Producer/Director/Playwright/Screenwriter/Choreographer, Dywayne R. Moody, hails from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he is steadily climbing the ladder in the entertainment arena, making his mark.
KIM DOLDRON – Brooklyn born actress, Kim Doldron, was officially bitten by the acting bug in 2008 while completing her Master’s Degree in Social work at Fordham University. There, she was offered the role of ‘Mrs. Johnson’ in a Fordham University production of ‘A Raisin In The Sun.’
LAURIE McMURRAY – Born and raised in New Jersey, Laurie continues to stretch her arms in performing. She has appeared in numerous television shows such as: Nurse Jackie, Bluebloods and Law & Order, SVU, to name a few.
RACHEL ARAC – New to the New York City theater scene, Rachel moved to the Big Apple from Boston after completing her education and receiving a J.D. from The New England School of Law and a BA from Boston University. Rachel has been extensively acting in numerous film and televise shows since.
JENELLE HALLEY – Born and raised in The Bronx, Jenelle, because of her up front out spoken ways, knew that either becoming a lawyer or actress, was destined for her.
EUGENE DANIELS – Eugene, has performed in numerous stage plays and feature films, some of which include: The Front Porch: Ain’t That Something and Black Eagles to name a few.
MARSHALL DAVIS – Veteran of U.S. Navy, is excited to work on the stage play, FOUR CONVERSATIONS, as the stage manager.