is an actor, playwright, and director. This is the sixth show that Joe has directed at Elmwood and he is happy to be back. Previous shows directed at Elmwood include A Raisin in the Sun, Jitney and A Soldier’s Play. As a playwright, his one-act play, A Clean Shoot? has been produced in numerous venues in New York and the metropolitan area. As an actor, Joe has appeared in over 50 plays in the New York Metropolitan area, last appearing on the Elmwood stage as Memphis in Two Trains Running. His favorite roles are Hoke in the Crown Players production of Driving Miss Daisy and Gabe in the Elmwood Playhouse production of Fences. Joe would like to thank this wonderful cast and crew for all their effort in bringing this amazing play to life. He would especially like to thank Kandi with a K, Candy with a C, Mike G and Debbi, whose dedication contributed mightily to the success of this show. Joe would like to thank his wife, Pam, and family for their support of his artistic endeavors.