2024 Season

The Great Divide

A Special Event at Bridge Street Theatre

March 15 - 17 Friday and Saturday at 7:30, Sunday at 2:00

2024 SoloFest 3
March 15 – 17

Written and performed by Amy Crossman.
Directed by Scott Ebersold

Everything is fine!  No, seriously, no one’s got a drinking problem, and the panic attacks are just, no, they’re – it’s fine, everything’s fine!! A comedic roller coaster ride that explores love, heartbreak, and choosing life in the face of incalculable loss.

A rollercoaster you won’t want to miss! From the birth of love to its shattering heartbreak, it’s a wild ride. And what really matters is what comes next, the fresh start after the storm. Picture this: a trashy NYC apartment, and a dress that’s maybe a bit too daring, a New Year’s Eve bash where your latest crush is the only familiar face in the room. Every look, every laugh—it’s all building blocks for your unique “Meet Cute” or maybe that brutal rejection. Which path will you choose? The Great Divide is a darkly funny and utterly heart-wrenching play.

Amy Crossman (Writer/Performer) is an AEA actor, teaching artist, playwright, and sometimes clown. As an actor, she’s worked with the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, Boomerang Theatre Company, The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, and Chenango River Theatre, among other places. As a teacher, she’s taught at HVSF, PSF, Barrington Stage Company, Queens Theatre, Hangar Theatre, and Manhattan Theatre Club, as well as privately. She’s studied with a lot of kind and funny people including Judy Gold, Chris Bayes, Karl Bury, and Mark H. Dold. She loves Diet Coke, Harry Potter, and therapy. www.amycrossman.com.