• PRESS CONFERENCE
    AND PARTY TIME

    Two plays by Harold Pinter
    Directed by Richard Romagnoli

    Press Conference the minister for culture in a totalitarian state, recently head of the secret police, shares torture tactics with the press corps.
    Party Time, “Pinter's essential contention that the Western democracies are just as much prey to the instincts of totalitarianism as any society that loses track of the suffering of others seems uncomfortably close to the world we see around us.”The Guardian

  • Alex Draper*

    Caitlin Duffy*

    Tara Giordano*

    Emily Kron*

    Christopher Marshall*

    Jonathan Tindle*

    Kathleen Wise*

    Madeline Ciocci

    Madison Middleton

    Max Tuana

     

    Stage Management

    Devin Wein*

    ErinMarie Suscheck*

     

    Set Design: Mark Evancho

    Lighting Design: Josh Bradford

     

    * member, Actors' Equity Association

  • "Party Time is a fierce, angry satire of the super-rich, privileged upper echelon, propelled by greed and exclusivity, that has effortlessly torn the liberal consensus of a caring society apart."
    —The Guardian

    "Party Time demonstrates the playwright’s exquisite use of language, the poetic rhythm rising and falling to an almost musical beat; queasily prescient."
    —The Stage UK

  • HOT FUDGE & HERE WE GO

    Two plays by Caryl Churchill
    Directed by Cheryl Faraone

    Caryl Churchill’s 2015 Here We Go, receiving its New York premiere, is a triptych about death and aging. The Guardian called the piece “a striking memento mori for an age without faith.” Here We Go is paired with
    Hot Fudge, Churchill's 1989 piece about grifters
    on a gravy train.

  • Alex Draper*

    Caitlin Duffy*

    Tara Giordano*

    Christopher Marshall*

    Jonathan Tindle*

    Kathleen Wise*

    Connor Wright*

    Becca Berlind

    Wengel Kifle

    Gabi Martin

    Wynn McClenahan

    Gabby Valdivieso

     

    Stage Management

    Devin Wein*

    ErinMarie Suscheck*

     

    Set Design: Mark Evancho

    Lighting Design: Josh Bradford

     

    * member, Actors' Equity Association

  • "Hot Fudge, hurtles forward in mysterious, strobe-bright, snapshot-quick vignettes of acidic verbal wit and oblique events."
    —The New York Times

    "What Churchill has written in Here We Go is a striking memento mori for an age without faith."
    —The Guardian


  • THEN/NOW

    developed and arranged by Jim Petosa and Jonathan Adler

    THEN/NOW is a response to the current time and draws largely from the impact on the lives of those most affected by the HIV pandemic. THEN/NOW seeks to be a source of illumination, provocation, and inspiration as challenge meets challenge from the stage. The evening includes the full text of Robert Chesley’s DOG PLAYS, plus additional material. THEN/NOW is made possible in part through a grant from the Mellon Foundation through the Sketch Model project at Olin College of Engineering.

  • Jay Dunn*

    Christo Grabowski*

    Lucy Van Atta*

    Alan Wade*

    Molly Dorion

    Cooper Kelley

    Lior Selve

     

    Stage Management

    Alex Williamson*

     

    Set Design: Mark Evancho

    Lighting Design: Josh Bradford

     

    * member, Actors' Equity Association