written by Jon Fosse directed & translated by Sarah Cameron Sunde at the Cherry Lane Theatre (38 Commerce Street) October 10-December 8, 2012 FEATURING Carlo Alban, Karen Allen, McCaleb Burnett, Maren Bush, Pamela Shaw, and Samantha Soule CREATIVE: John McDermott (Scenic Design) ; Deb O (Costume Design) ; Nicole Pearce (Lighting Design) ; Leah Gelpe (Sound Design) ; and Andrew Diaz (Prop Master) Press: "A distinctive dramatic momentum unlike any other NY theater these days" - Ben Brantley, NY Times "A treat not to be missed" - Huffington Post "Casts a hypnotic spell" - NY Post “Riveting” - TheaterMania “Outstanding” - Stage and Cinema “Allen does what fine actors do, be in the moment and own every moment" – CurtainUp A man goes out on the water everyday. He’ll be back soon. But I feel so anxious. It’s probably nothing. Set in an idyllic, but isolated old house overlooking the water, and in two different times, A Summer Day captures the dilemma of love in the moment, as well as a distant memory. Fosse's poetic, haunting, everyday language reminds us of potential in every moment and the suspense of being alive.