It's All About Time © .
Six 10-Minute Radio Plays by 6 Buffalo Playwrights.
Plays by Donna Hoke*, Darryl Schneider*, Mary McLaughlin, Diane Jones*, Sean Cullen and Gary Earl Ross
Directed by Sara Kow-Falcone* & Kyle LoConti*
Curated by Katie Mallinson*
Stage Management: Stephen Brakey & Mike Doben
Audio Engineer: Eric Burlingame
* Member of the RLTP Ensemble
It's All About Time
Co-written by Alejandro Gomez, Christian Hines, Diane Jones
CAST OF CHARACTERS
SANTI, 15, Puetro Rican foster kid
WILLIE, 15, African American foster kid
KATE, 17, First Ward Irish foster kid
SETTING: Summer 2020, July 3, Buffalo, NY
2020 Radio Play
Listen to interviews with playwrights on Peter Palmisano's
Off Road Podcast:
ALEJANDRO GOMEZ as Santi
BRIAN BROWN as Willie
REAGAN ZUBER as Kate
ALEJANDRO GOMEZ, co-writer
A three-time Artie nominated actor, Alejandro is the youngest ensemble member of Raíces Theatre Company, last seen playing Joe in it's production of El Coqui Espectacular and The Evil Bottle of Doom. He’d like to thank his amazing writing partners, Diane Almeter Jones and Christian Hines, for being outstanding collaborators throughout the creative process. Thank you to Road Less Traveled Productions and the entire production team for bringing our vision to life. Lissette, mi amor por ti es una estrella que nunca se muere.
CHRISTIAN HINES, co-writer
Christian Hines of Buffalo N.Y., is a Sophomore theatre performance major. Previous college credits include She Kills Monsters (Miles)(NU), Freaky Friday (Ensemble)(NU), What Where (Bim)(NCCC), Godspell (Spot operator) (NCCC). His Highschool roles include (Thelonious and Ugly Duckling) Shrek the Musical, and Thelonious in The Little Mermaid. He extends his love and gratitude to his professors who have supported him in every creative achievement.
DIANE JONES, co-writer
Diane Almeter Jones, a freelance designer and writer, is delighted to have co-written It’s All About Time, a RLTP Buffalo Rising 2.0 ten-minute radio play, with the talented and delightful Alejandro Gomez and Christian Hines. Her first play, Forget Me Not, was recently performed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Pre-Covid-19, Almeter Jones could also be found propping around Buffalo at Road Less Traveled Productions, The Kavinoky Theatre, Irish Classical Theatre Company, Second Generation Theatre, and in NYC at Actionplay, an inclusive music and theater residency for teens and adults on the autism spectrum. When not propping she proudly stage-manages at Buffalo State College. Almeter Jones has honed her skills further working in art departments and set decorating films including Marshall, Cold Brook, The True Adventures of Wolfboy, and Crown Vic. Thanks to her husband, Tim, and her forever-supportive family and friends. Salud!