Implications of
Cohabitation

A new play written by Vanessa Verduga
Directed by Leni Mendez

Implications of Cohabitation tells the story of an old-fashioned Ecuadorian father, Nelson, who after the death of his wife, wants to get reacquainted with his three adult kids by inviting himself to live with each one of them, one at a time, which leads to wickedly funny cohabiting situations that reveal past family wounds. Matters do not go smoothly as Nelson seeks to reconnect with estranged middle child, Sara, his daughter from an extra-marital affair with Carmen, whom he has not seen in twenty years.

A heartfelt comedy, and coming of age story for Nelson, that examines the life of one man’s choices, how these choices inevitably affected his kids and the redemption that can come from accepting the reality of our own humanity, and weaknesses associated with it.

“…will have even the most gruff theatre-goer weeping in fits of laughter “ – Mosh.us
“…the characters are engaging and likable. They deal with real emotions and we can relate to most of what they experience” – Lauren Yarger
“…It is always fresh and very funny and the emotional scenes are powerful as each hits the heart like an arrow to a bulls eye and its quick wit, balanced out with real heart to heart moments provides a slew of memorable performances and scenes” – Johnathan Syphax, MAS Media Studios

AUGUST 5th – 26th

The Clurman Theatre, Theatre Row
410 W 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036

Running time is approx. 100 minutes, with a 15-minute intermission included.

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August 26th @ 8:00 PM.