George and Sally on The Moon

George And Sally on The moon

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Kara Ctruzzula- Playwright

Kara Cutruzzula is a journalist, playwright, and newsletter writer in Brooklyn. Her plays that have received New York productions include Dot Dot Dot, Strangers in the Night, I Want to Believe (in Love) (inspired by The X-Files); Excuse Me, Mr. Brantley? and Did You See?, recently featured in Nylon Fusion Theatre Company's Redacted Festival. Her stories and essays have been featured in magazines and websites and you can find her at and @karacut. For the record, she has, unfortunately, never been to the moon.


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Terry Kitagawa- Director

Terry Kitagawa is a NY based director and actor from San Francisco. He assistant directed A Persistent Memory (Off-Broadway). National Theater Institute Alum of Fall '15. Many thanks and love to his family and friends!


Linda Elizabeth - Sally

Linda is thrilled to be a part of this evening of short plays! She is also currently performing in TROJAN WOMEN with Hudson Warehouse, so come see her in action, again. She recently performed at the Bristol Riverside Theatre in William Inge's BUS STOP (Elma) and prior to that she was in a production of Shakespeare's A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM at the Gene Frankel Theatre (Herm/Hel/Dem/Lys). The four lovers would switch roles throughout the show as per audience choice, and yes, she can do the fight scene as a one-woman show! For more fun facts, check out:  


Brett - Dave Beckett

David  grew up everywhere and nowhere in the United States, thanks to his father's military career. His aspirations of achieving financial stability were completely derailed when he attended the College of Charleston and earned his BA in Acting. After graduation and another great year of acting in Charleston, he decided to further his training and moved to London in 2013. David graduated from East 15 Acting school with his MFA in Acting in July of 2015. He is eternally grateful for the love and support of his friends and family around world.