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Exerience these two great early one-act plays by David Mamet, live and on the web, for free!
by David Mamet
Directed by Patrick Nims
April 9, 10, 11 at 8pm PDT - Presented Live on the Web
Attendance is free, but limited to 85 connections per performance

About the Show


In REUNION, a father and daughter meet after a 25-year separation. The father is a drifter and reformed alcoholic. The daughter is married, but not happy. Circling each other, they try to re-establish a relationship that has been broken by betrayal and loss of faith.

In DARK PONY, a father tells his very young daughter her favorite story about a heroic fictional character named Rainboy, who could always count on his friend Dark Pony to rescue him from disaster.

Total Runtime for both plays is 50 minutes. Not recommended for children under the age of 13.


by David Mamet

Directed by Patrick Nims

Stage Management by Georgia Ortiz



Voni Kengla as Carol Mindler

David L. Yen as Bernie Cary


David L. Yen as The Father

Voni Kengla as The Daughter

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Meet David Yen and Voni Kengla, the cast of REUNION & DARK PONY, presented live and on the web on April 9, 10 and 11 by Zoom Theatre!

David L. Yen - Bernie Carrie and The Father
David is excited and grateful to play in this new form. His work has earned him critical acclaim both as an actor and a director from Theatre Bay Area, The Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle, and the Marquee Journalists Theatre Awards. He has been privileged to play Scott Bader in Faceless (6th Street Playhouse), Cedric Doyle in The Nether (Left Edge Theatre), and Ed Boone Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (Spreckels Theatre Company), among others. Favorite musical roles include Hook in Peter Pan (Spreckels Theatre Company), Higgins in My Fair Lady (6th Street Playhouse) and the Tin Man in Wizard of Oz (Mountain Play). His next project, assuming the quarantine will be lifted soon, will be Jan in Small Mouth Sounds (Left Edge Theatre). Follow him at
Voni Kengla - Carol Mindler and The Daughter
Voni Kengla is thrilled to be a part of the inaugural production at Zoom Theatre. She is a Portland based actress who recently graduated from The Hartt School of Music with a BFA in Musical Theater. Voni was last seen as Rifkele in “The God of Vengeance” at Readers Theater Repertory and as Amber, Penny and Mally in “The Daisy Dukes Shorts Night” as part of The Fertile Ground Festival. Other past credits include, Louise in “Gypsy,” Vivienne in “Legally Blonde,” and Heather Wallace in “Devotion.” Thank you supporting the arts! Stay well!
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