A husband and wife open a pastry shop in the North End, making the best cannoli in Boston. But upon meeting their neighbor the Pastry King, one of the city’s most established restaurateurs, odd and terrible things start to happen. A playabout blame, the strength of relationships, and the perfect ricotta recipe.
Scott Zenreich is a theatre artist living in Dallas, TX. His plays include Pastry King, The Play Is the Thing, The Mostly Accurate Story of Sylvain Dornon, and Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins. As an actor, Scott has worked with Amphibian Stage Productions, Undermain Theatre, Casa Manana, Dallas Children’s Theater, WaterTower Theatre, Texas Shakespeare Festival, the Growing Stage, New Century Theatre, Mill Mountain Theatre, the Majestic Theatre, and Olney Theatre Center. He earned a BFA from Emerson College.
Performed in Sixth Floor Studio Theatre.
Presented as part of the AT&T Performing Arts Center's 2018-19 Elevator Project series.