A story by Eric Nemoto
and Jon Brekke, adapted for the stage by Brekke and Michael Wurth, produced by The Actors' Group
..."Our clock is ticking," said Eric Nemoto, president of TAG, noting that there isn't yet a specific buyer of the on-the-market Kaka'ako property that houses the Yellow Brick Studio.He
added, "We don't have a feeling that we'll be out in the streets next month."Nemoto
, who portrays the father of the girl in the play, wrote the script with Jon Brekke.
said, "I think it's ironic that ('Roberta') kind of symbolizes us, this rag-tag group ... struggling to find a home."He
added, "Over the years, we've become more established, and the search for a slightly larger space now is a creation of our own circumstances and success."Nemoto
said, "Roberta is a good person with a big heart; she
just doesn't have a permanent home."He
needs somebody to be her
While the father is displeased with his
daughter's behavior, he
realizes that an invitation to a family Thanksgiving dinner could reveal why the woman is what she
is Lynette's father, Alvin Amino, and Ona Belmont is mom Noreen.