Playwright/screenwriter Dorian Palumbo brings us to a mysterious crustal shop somewhere along the Jersey Shore for a clandestine meeting of six women at a crossroads in their lives

Divination
Written by Dorian Palumbo
Directed by Ken Coughlin
Wed., October 31st – Sat., November 4th @ 8 PM, Sunday November 5th @ 3 PM
Wed., November 7th– Sat., November 10th @ 8 PM, Sunday November 11th @ 3 PM
Another world premiere at the legendary American theatre of actors, 314 W. 54th Street, NYC

Six women of vastly different upbringings and backgrounds sign-up for a class in “Mediumship and Divination.” Each at a crossroads in their lives, each in search of something that’s missing. Will they find it among the spirits? Divination examines that inevitable point in a woman’s life – whatever age it may come – that past isn’t always prologue and the fortune shouldn’t always be foretold.

Dorian Palumbo – a student of Pulitzer Prize-winner, Tad Mosel – is a celebrated writer of stage and film. Her comedy, Carnegie Hill, was optioned for Broadway by Tony-winning producer, John O’Boyle after being produced at Clockwise Theatre in Chicago. She was also a semi-finalist in the Final Draft “Big Break” Screenwriting Competition with her screenplay Just Three Things, a script which was also a Second Rounder at the Austin Film Festival and a Semi-Finalist in Scriptapalooza 2015. Other screenplays written by Dorian which have reached quarter finals in top competitions; Gone, Daddy, Gone (comic drama 2005, Scriptapalooza and AFF), In the Pines (sci-fi thriller, 2006 AFF), and Choosy Mothers, a female ensemble comedy about the Austin Texas Rock Music scene (2011, Scriptapalooza).

Dorian directed a short film, The Mentor, starring Terasa Livingstone; served as associate producer on the independent feature, Anne B. Real. Dorian is represented in New York by attorney Jason Baruch, Partner, Sendroff and Baruch, and in the U.K. by attorney Alan Moss, Partner, Harbottle & Lewis. Dorian has been a member of the Dramatists Guild since 1986

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