New York Premiere
by Bruce Graham
directed by Constance Grappo
with Malachy Cleary, David Kener, Ernest Mingione, Michael Moran, and William Wise
INTAR Theatre

Efforts to rig the outcome of a City Council election bring to the forefront issues that the members of the Belmont Avenue Social Club have tried to avoid for years. By struggling to preserve their neighborhood as they know it five men are forced to confront racism, the media, and eventually, the betrayal of trust.

Belmont Avenue Social Club  is one of those rare plays that seems to tip its hand at the end of the first act, only to stun you with surprising developments and reversals at he end of the second . . . .you’re guaranteed a rewarding ride when it reaches its conclusion.” David Kaufman, Daily News, April 24, 1999
“Run to see this play.”Aisle Say, May 1999