"Adventurous theater in Astoria"

-- The New York Times

By David Auburn

“A worthy production…The four-member cast thrives under the direction of Tom Wojtunik.” -Queens Gazette

Outstanding Set Design (Michael P. Kramer)

November 2-18, 2007


Set in contemporary Chicago, Proof tells the story of Catherine, a young woman who questions whether the talent she may have inherited from her father comes with the mental illness that plagued him. When a revolutionary proof surfaces, the mystery of its authorship brings all questions to a head. Paced as a thriller and infused with crisp humor throughout, the real drama hinges on the dynamics between the play’s four characters. In 2001, Proof was honored with a Pulitzer Prize as well as a Tony Award. In 2005, a movie version was released, starring Gwyneth Paltrow.

This program is supported in part by public funds from the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, Council Member Peter Vallone Jr., and Con Edison.


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“Michael P. Kramer contributes yet another fantastic set to APAC…Catia Ojeda turns in a poised and refreshingly witty performance as Claire, and…Richard D. Busser fares best as the industrious Hal; he brings a winning, loose-limbed charm to the nerdy student who is determined to be cool.”

“[Richard D. Busser] gives a standout performances as the quintessential geek who turns out to be cool.” -Queens Courier

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