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Reese and 60 other children from schools in Baldwin, LI, showered us with such stories, as did kids from all over New York and New Jersey. I wonder about those who don’t have enough food or who can’t live in a safe neighborhood or a nice house.
Let their letters inspire you to thank the men who showed you the best of themselves — and who inspired you to reach for your dreams. Luckily, I don’t have to worry about that, because I have an amazing father.
by Rick Busciglio, New Jersey Footlights New Jersey Repertory Company, in Long Branch, is presenting the New Jersey Premiere of "middlemen," written by David Jenkins* and directed by Marc Geller.** What happens when a Wall Street financial institution collapses? Playwright David Jenkins has written a splendid, tight, highly topical two character play that gives us the all too familiar answer...unsuspecting, unquestioning, trusting (and naive) middlemen.
In the case of Jenkins's "middlemen" we have middle manager Stanley Cahill (Duncan Rogers) and fiscal analyst Michael Aaronson (David Friedlander).
David Friedlander, as the financial analyst Michael Aaronson, nails the naive, shy bachelor who is easily influenced by the senior Cahill.