Sometimes the best dramas aren’t onstage but outside in the parking lot. That’s the case in Two on the Aisle, Three in a Van, a comedy where  this time the point of view comes from the unsung heroes who call the shows, man the spotlights, sew the costumes, count the tickets and suffer through every flubbed line, forgotten prop and missed cue. 

Due to a lack of wing space, the company of this summer repertory theatre spends their downtime hanging around an aging techie's van. Those looking for refuge at this asphalt oasis include: a stressed-out artistic director grappling for funding, a wanna-be diva who's ingénue expiration date has just about expired, a self-proclaimed "artiste" wanting to direct anything and everything with a Tarrentino spin and the "I'm no chorus boy" chorus boy who thinks every show should have a kick line - including Glass Menagerie. These are just some of the egos and obstacles that fall into the lap of Mike, a nice-guy director who ends up with far more than he bargained for. 

Two on the Aisle, Three in a Van was first produced in the YES Festival of New Plays, directed by Michael King and the New Play Series at the Henlopen Theatre Project, directed by James FitzSimmons. It was also performed as part of the FringeNYC Festival receiving the the Summer Citation for Outstanding New Play and the award for Best Ensemble Cast. The production was led by Jim Stanek (Fun Home, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Lestat, The Rivals) Natascia Diaz (Man of La Mancha, Jacques Brel, Kiss of the Spider Woman) and Tony nominee, Gordon Joseph Weiss (Sly Fox, The Life Jelly’s Last Jam, Fool for Love, Ghetto, King of Hearts, The Visit, Goodtime Charley and Jumpers).