Two lost souls in Reading, Pennsylvania converge: Mondo, a Greek immigrant whose eyesight suffers from a grueling divorce, and Dr. Hull, the retina specialist who treats her. Vision Disturbance is the first production in New York City Players’ new program dedicated to staging the work of playwrights early in their careers. Under the direction of Artistic Director Richard Maxwell, the award-winning New York City Players have been making theater since 1999 and have toured to over 20 countries. Photo Credit: Michael Schmelling

Two lost souls in Reading, Pennsylvania converge: Mondo, a Greek immigrant whose eyesight suffers from a grueling divorce, and Dr. Hull, the retina specialist who treats her. Vision Disturbance is the first production in New York City Players’ new program dedicated to staging the work of playwrights early in their careers. Under the direction of Artistic Director Richard Maxwell, the award-winning New York City Players have been making theater since 1999 and have toured to over 20 countries.


Photo Credit: Michael Schmelling


Vision Disturbance

A new play by Christina Masciotti
Directed by Richard Maxwell
Performed by Linda Mancini and Jay Smith
Presented by the New York City Players

USA (New York)

UTR 2011 - Abrons Arts Center