Cape Cod Theatre Project presents A Good Day to Me Not to You

Jul 18, 2022
A Good Day to Me Not to You at Falmouth Academy Presented by The Cape Cod Theatre Project

The Cape Cod Theatre Project will present A Good Day to Me Not to You, the final show in its 2022 season. It will be presented by Noor Theatre Founding Director Lameece IIssaq. She will also star as her solo performance. Sivan Battat, a fellow Noor Theater colleague, will be directing. Three script-in hand performances will take place at Falmouth Academy on July 21st-22nd and 23rd at 7:15 p.m. ET.

A fictional solo show based on many true things, A Good Day to Me Not to You follows a 40- something dental assistant who gets fired and moves into a women's rooming house run by nuns. There she must ultimately come to terms with the untimely passing of her younger sister and face the consequences of her untaken path to motherhood, all while fending off the verbal assaults of her unpredictable and sometimes deranged co-habitants. A Good Day to Me Not to You was originally developed at Theatre Aspen's Solo Flights Festival and at New York Theatre Workshop.

Lameece Issaq is an actor and writer and won a Drama Desk Award (Stuff Happens, Public Theatre). She is the Founding Artistic Director for the Obie Award-winning Noor Theatre, a company dedicated to supporting, developing, and presenting the work of theatre artists of Middle Eastern descent. Issaq recently appeared in Mike Mosallam's critically acclaimed film Breaking Fast. She's also appeared in regional and off-Broadway productions including The Black Eyed (New York Theatre Workshop) and Noor & Hadi Go to Hogwarts (Theater Breaking Through Barriers, Golden Thread Theater).

An accomplished playwright, Issaq's play, Food and Fadwa which she co-produced and starred in, premiered off-Broadway at New York Theatre Workshop, and was praised by Variety as "stunning." She also co-wrote the feature film Abe, directed by Fernando Grostein Andrade, which premiered at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival and starred Noah Schnapp of Netflix's "Stranger Things."

Director Sivan Battat is a theatre artist and community organizer. Battat has developed work with Roundabout Theater, New York Theatre Workshop, Atlantic Theater Company, National Queer Theatre, and more. They work alongside Issaq as the Associate Artistic Director of Noor Theatre. Battat was the 2021/22 Directing Fellow at Roundabout Theatre Company, the Drama League Musical Directing Fellow, and a member of TCG's Rising Leaders of Color Cohort. Their upcoming work includes the world premiere of Layalina (Goodman Theatre, Chicago) and CCTP Alum Will Arbery's Pulitzer Finalist play, Heroes of the Fourth Turning (Studio Theatre, DC).