‘One White Crow’ playing at Edgemar Center For The Performing Arts has only three characters…but they are fully developed and fascinating ones.
Tess O’ Neill (Jane Hajduk) is an investigative journalist, assigned to profile Judith Knight (Michelle Danner) a renowned television personality, who just happens to be a psychic/medium. That’s right folks, Miss Knight talks to the dead.
Tess just happens to be the daughter of the brilliant deceased science writer, Robert O’ Neill, who would have been first in line to doubt Judith’s abilities. So it’s no wonder that Tess is convinced, that our famous psychic, is nothing more than a con artist who preys on vulnerable people.
So you can imagine Tess’s reaction, when Judith tells her, that she’s been getting nightly visits from her dead daddy and that the profile was his idea.
Adding to this mix is professional skeptic, Alex Rimbaud (Robert Estes). Alex is Robert’s former protege and he makes it his mission, to go after psychics and expose them as frauds. His next target…Judith of course.
‘One White Crow’ written by Dale Griffiths Stamos and beautifully directed by Deborah LaVine is a very powerful play about faith, science and belief. And thanks to the excellent work of all three actors, this is a must-see play for anyone who simply enjoys good theatre.
‘One White Crow’ opened Saturday, April 27th and closes June 23rd.
Performances are: June 14-June 16 and June 21-June 23rd…Friday and Saturday at 8pm and Sundays, at 5 pm.
Admission: $34.00…A limited number of seats will be available for each performance at $25.00
Online Ticketing: www.edgemarcenter.org