Before September 11 2001, Peter and Ruth were successful, powerful, and unfaithful. Both their lovers worked in the World Trade Center. Dark, funny, liquid poetry for all the senses, 912OZ vividly explores NYC’s greatest tragedy, through the lens of a marriage … and its ghosts.
Stage Manager: Anastasia Gamick
Set Design: Sarah Edkins
Costume Design: Cathy Small
Lighting Design: Justin Partier
Sound Design: Andy Evan Cohen
Technical Director: Haejin Han
•denotes Actors’ Equity Association member.
Stitches is about Jane, who is coming apart at the seams, and her sister Jill, who is trying to hold it all together. When the phone rings their lives become irrevocably intertwined, and the the fine line between self-destruction and self-control quickly begins to erode.
The world premiere of a new play by Leah Franqui, (recipient of the Goldberg Playwrighting Prize and Sloan Foundation Award), Stitches explores the issues of family, trust, and self-harm with wrenching honesty and thoughtful humor while suggesting that, in a world where everything is manufactured, perhaps the most revolutionary act is to make something with our own hands.
Stitches features Victoria Frings (An Enemy of the People), David Kenner (Hamlet), and Anastasia Olowin (The Killer) under the masterful direction of Elena Araoz (Architecture of Becoming), and is presented by To- By-For Productions in an effort to create work by and about women.
Sets/Lights: Justin Townsend (set/lights)
Sound: Nathan Leigh
Stage Manager: Alannah O’Hagan
The Play Company presents the U.S. premiere of
written and translated by Maria Milisavljevic
directed by Maria Mileaf
November 7 – December 6, 2015
Cast: Nicole Balsam, Flora Diaz & Carter Hudson
Karla disappears after going out to buy groceries. The police aren’t inclined to take the case seriously – young people go missing every day, only to turn up again after a week of hard partying – so her friends undertake the search themselves. As they delve into the mystery, we’re drawn ever more deeply into the profound bond they share, which sets them apart from the city around them.
Set: Neil Patel
Costumes: Katherine Roth
Lights: Matthew Richards
Sound: Bart Fasbender