Red Shark Productions Proudly Presents


Written by Thomas Ott  and  Directed by Mel Williams

Show Information
Location: Playroom Theater- 151 West 46th Street, 8th Floor NYC
Preview: June 1, 2016
Opening: June 2, 2016
June 2 - June 19th
Thursdays - Saturdays - 8:00pm  Sundays at 3:00pm

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Many years ago, Selina, Beth and Kate’s lives were changed forever. They just didn’t know it.  That is until tonight, when a long kept secret is revealed.  Pay attention or you might miss the clues, as Felicia and her 3 Daughters embark on a hysterical and heartwarming journey through their past.  Full of laughter and surprises, this limited engagement comedy is sure to leave you satisfied… and a little suspicious.

Felicia: Carolyn Seiff *
Selena: Carla Briscoe *
Beth: Christine Seisler *
Kate: Zoe Anastassiou
Gabrielle: Hailey Heisick
Redd: Scott Zimmerman *

Gregg/Henry: Ryan Salvato

*Actors Appear Courtesy of Actors Equity Associaion

Director: Mel Williams
Producer: Jennifer Yadav
Production Stage Manager: Margo Murphy-Gross
Scenic Design: Bailey McClure
Costume Deisgn: Sarah Beck
Lighting Design: Susannah Baron
Sound Design: Ian Wehrle
Publicity: Scotti Rhodes Publicity


In New York review by Katie Labovitz

“Wine and Spirits reminds us how important family is and that belief in and love for each other can be just as strong as a blood bond.”

ELJ NYC review by Kessa De Santis

WINE AND SPIRITS is not a complicated work, but it is fun and goes down easy and at a good pace.

Theatre Is Easy review by Ashley Stevens

“The audience was in stitches for the entire two hours and understandably so— Ott has taken a familiar plot device and created something undeniably charming.”

Hi! Drama review by Leslie Dileo

“WINE AND SPIRITS is a few steps above the ordinary, with an interesting plot, some twists and turns, and characters (particularly three sisters) who actually seem to care about each other more at the end of the play than they do at the beginning. WINE AND SPIRITS works because of the clever plot, well-thought out details and excellent chemistry among the cast members.”


America Oggi review by Mario Fratti

“We are entertained and we have learned. Much applause.”








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