The Redhouse Arts Center

A New Three Theatre Complex at City Center

Still Waiting

Still Waiting

By Marc Palmieri | Directed by Hunter Foster

As Still Waiting (Part II of Waiting for the Host) opens, the coronavirus lockdown drags into its third month. Members of a Long Island church find themselves bitten by the “acting bug” after having performed a streaming version of the Palm Sunday Passion Play. With the help of a “professional director” guest from Manhattan, they hope to launch a new community theatre at the church. To their surprise, the Bishop and church leadership found their Passion Play objectionable, and their plans are met with resistance. They decide to put on a showcase of their skills, with an “updated” version of medieval Biblical plays, and find they win the support of an invited but unexpected guest. 

The show will take place entirely on Zoom.


  • Advance Sale Dates: June 9 @ 2:00pm – June 25 @ 6:00pm
  • Opening Toast: June 25 @ 6:30pm on Facebook & YouTube Live
  • Streaming Dates: June 25 @ 7:00pm – June 29, 2020 @ 7:00pm
  • Cost: $15* (with a $1 processing fee) to benefit Redhouse Arts Center

Streaming of this pre-recorded performance will be available to view anytime beginning June 25th at 7pm through June 29th at 7PM. The performance will be available to view for 24 hours after the initial on-sale purchase/stream activation.

*To purchase as a gift, please email [email protected]

*This video is property of Redhouse Arts Center with licensing rights from Dramatists Play Service, Inc.  Any recording in part or in its entirety of this content is strictly prohibited.

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Meet the Cast

Jen Cody


Brendan Didio




Steve Gamba


Jeremy Kushnier


Marguerite Mitchell


Yarissa Tiara Millan


About the Playwright

Marc Palmieri’s plays include POOR FELLAS, CARL THE SECOND, LEVITTOWN and THE GROUNDLING. He wrote the screenplay for Miramax Films’ “Telling You” (1999). His short plays and scenes have been published in Applause Books’ “25 Short Plays for Kids” (2015) and many Smith & Kraus “Best Stage Scenes” and “Best Stage Monologues” anthologies. He has published fiction in Fiction Magazine, and writes and directs a webseries about a life in New York theatre called “The Thing” ( Marc is a full time core faculty at Mercy College in Dobbs Ferry and taught Playwriting, Creative Writing, Literature, Shakespeare and Modern/Post-modern Drama for the undergraduate English Department at The City College of New York since 2006. Marc is represented by Mary Harden at Harden-Curtis Associates and his website is