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Darryl L. Lacy directed, Impromptu, by Ted Mosel for Roberto Monticello Productions (RMP), which was founded by Roberto Monticello and Kathy Towson, in February 1992. RMP later became Creative Voices Theatre Company, and Towson the managing producer.

Impromptu, a “drama” that is a deepening awareness of the real people behind the theatrical facades, opened on August 26, 1992, as part of the one-act festival at the Common Ground Theatre in Manhattan. The cast featured Irene Hoylie, Peggy Laroche, Ron Stern, and Terrance Sullivan.

Prior to the one-act festival, which was RMP’s inaugural production, it held a benefit on June 30, 1992, at Café Arielle on Theatre Row, where Carl Garrison, who starred in DARRYL LACY (DL) PRODUCTIONS’ Day of Absence, presented a moment from the show. Lacy performed a scene from, Waiting for Lefty, by Clifford Odets, with Michelle “Miki” Biggins.

Biggins starred in DL PRODUCTIONS’ Nikki G: A Portrait of Nikki Giovanni in Her Own Words; Home; and The Church Fight And Sisters; and has served as the company’s production assistant.