By Adam Szymkowicz

A River's Edge Theatre Company and Irvington Theater

Co-production. And New York premier!

Some married couples go to therapy to work through their problems, but Terry and J take a very different approach. This brave couple will decide their fate in confines of a parking lot. Will they overcome their obstacles and accept that they are worthy of each other’s love? Or are they destined for divorce? The Parking Lot, a new play written for a socially distanced audience, explores what it means to love and be loved even when opposing forces are at play.


Starring River’s Edge Theatre Company
Co-founders Meghan and David Covington.


July 17th, 18th, and 24th, 2021

Main Street School Parking Lot,

Irvington, NY

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Meghan Covington started working professionally as an actor almost 20 years ago while obtaining her BFA in Performance from Virginia Commonwealth University. Formerly a member of the Actor's Equity Association,  her most notable stage work took place regionally on the stages of The Kennedy Center for the Preforming Arts, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Co, The Shakespeare Theatre, Round House Theatre, Olney Theatre in Washington DC, and Firehouse Theatre, Richmond Shakespeare Festival, and Theatre Lab in Richmond, VA. She was also a company member for Synetic Theatre, where she spent 4+ years developing skills in classical pantomime technique, physical theatre, and dance. 



David Covington began his performance career tap dancing his way across the globe with the internationally acclaimed company of TAP DOGS.  Other tap dance credits include  Lincoln Center with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra and the Kennedy Center's 13th Annual Gala: A Salute to the 1940’s Broadway Musical with the National Symphony Orchestra In Washington D.C., David founded his own tap company, MetroTAP, and youth company, Metropolitan Youth Tap Ensemble.


David has appeared in numerous stage performances Off-Broadway and regionally, including performances at the Kennedy Center, Signature Theater, Arena Stage, Theater Row, and the historic Ford's Theatre in Washington D.C. 

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