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Jolie Curtsinger, Libby
Jonathan Todd Ross, Paul
Josh Clayton, Taylor
Laurie Schaefer, Cynthia
Ari Rossen, Andrew
Terry Berliner, director
James J. Fenton, scenic designer
Cory Pattak, lighting designer
Amy Altadonna, sound designer
Tescia Seufferlein, costume designer
Jenna Gottlieb, stage manager
Jasmin Sanchez, asst. stage manager
We open at the wedding of Taylor and Cynthia, a golden couple beloved by everyone- almost. Libby, Cynthia's hard-drinking sister is in love with Taylor herself and she can take it no longer. Fleeing to the backyard she discovers Taylor's best friend, Paul, who, since childhood, has harbored a secret love for the groom himself. As Libby and Paul are forced to deal with unrequited love, their lives change dramatically. Libby is forced to make some unusual career choices. And Paul finds himself pursued by a young man, Andrew, who seems at first less interested in true love than in available real estate. When Taylor and Cynthia's marriage is in trouble, they turn to the most unexpected places for comfort and support. THE MAIDEN'S PRAYER follows this quintet as they struggle to learn the difference between loving someone and needing them.
Brent Vimtrup recieves a New York Innovative Theater Award nomination for his work in InProximity's production of Sight Unseen.
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