Public Servant - The Front Row Center
I’m a fan of Bekah Brunstetter’s. I’ll go see whatever she writes. She’s a striver who thinks and deals with the stuff of life. She may not hit it out of the park every time she’s up at bat, but she always swings for the fences. Brunstetter’s new play "Public Servant," is the second in a trilogy that began with "The Cake." Both Ed Sink (Chris Henry Coffey), newly elected County Commissioner, and his daughter Hannah (Anna Lentz) don’t question that Ed is one of the good guys. Miriam (Christine Bruno), a disillusioned New Yorker is in town to sell her late mother’s house and she needs Ed’s help. But politics is a three-ringed circus and Ed learns he’s no P.T. Barnum. Theater Breaking Through Barriers is kicking off its 40th Anniversary season by presenting the World Premiere of "Public Servant" through June 29th at Theatre Row’s Clurman Theatre.