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Joe also conceived and implemented an Adult Program (The Court House) for 15 years teaching students of all levels the intricacies of the game.
Juan Carlos Parker, born in Peru, has over seventeen years of experience as a tennis instructor.
The book, “Assisted Loving: True Tales of Double Dating With My Dad,” was originally published in 2008. Greenberg with helping him get the story from page to stage.
The play debuted at Capital Repertory Theatre in January and with director Gordon Greenberg, who will also direct the reading at Guild Hall. “It’s only because of his faith in the core humor and heart of the story that it went through 20 revisions,” he said. Morris said it’s a “dream cast.”The David-Sol dynamic is that of a tightly controlled, cynical gay son and his overbearing, unchecked Yogi Bear of a dad, Mr. “I think it would be an amazing ‘take your parents to the theater’ night for sure,” he went on to say.
Parker ranks among the most highly respected tennis professionals and competitors in the industry.
As an extraordinary tennis player in his own right, Parker played on the winning team in the prestigious Huggy Bear Invitational in Southampton, New York in 2005.
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Joe Perez has been a prominent tennis professional in the New York Metropolitan region for more than three decades.“He taught me how to fall in love, inadvertently.”In addition to romantic love, “Assisting Loving” is also a tale of familial love.“This is a father and son love story,” Mr. “I never thought that I could love my father so much.”Mr.Morris had performed his “Assisted Loving” story himself in 2006 as a comic monologue at the D-Lounge at the Daryl Roth Theater in the East Village.As if watching his octogenarian widower father reenter the dating scene was not awkward enough, Bob Morris also agreed to help his dad find a romantic partner.He found himself in the position of “pimping and screening,” trying to procure dates for his father. Morris, who penned the Age of Dissonance column for The New York Times, recounted the endeavor, which he dubbed “Assisted Loving,” in a memoir, a comedic monologue, and now a play, which will be presented as a staged reading at Guild Hall in East Hampton on Friday, July 28, starring Richard Kind and Mercedes Ruehl.