|Title||Postcard: staged reading of new play: Hoboken Man. By Sean Casey. Lionheart Theatre Company; Onion Man Productions, Norcross, GA, Jan. 25, 2014.|
|Collection||Hoboken Library & Literary Collection|
|Scope & Content||
Postcard: Please join us for a staged reading of the new play: Hoboken Man. By Sean Casey. Directed by Tanya Caldwell. Lionheart Theatre Company; Onion Man Productions, Norcross, GA, Jan. 25, 2014.
Printed card: 5-1/8" x 8-3/16"; posted.
Text on card below play title:
a poignant coming-of-age story of a gentle boy growing up during the Great Depression in Hoboken, New Jersey. Tragic, comical and ultimately uplifting.
From theatre company website:
A Staged Reading of a new play
by local playwright Sean Casey.
Hoboken Man is a coming-of-age play about a boy growing up during the Great Depression in Hoboken,
New Jersey. Set along a street of row houses with the New York Skyline just across the river, Johnny’s
neighborhood is filled with colorful characters, humorous situations and a tragic events. The street itself
is a character in the play. Johnny must grow into a man as he faces poverty, his shell-shocked father and
a bully. The story is loosely based on the life John P. Casey (1929-2009), the playwright’s father.
Casey, John P.
|Year Range from||2014|
|Year Range to||2014|