Parity Productions

Todays Date: 05/23/19
Last Update: 03/28/19 04:11:35 PM
 
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We love theatre. And as part of a thriving, vibrant industry, we believe in equal opportunity. So while Parity Productions is a formidable producer of new work, we also ensure that we fill at least 50% of the creative roles on our productions—playwrights, directors, and designers—with cis women and trans and gender nonconforming (TGNC) artists. In addition to producing our own work, we actively promote other theatre companies that follow our 50% hiring standard. Artistically, we develop and produce compelling new plays that give voice to individuals who rebel against their marginalized place in society. 
 


Schedule of Upcoming Productions

No New Productions Scheduled

Production History

Charlie's Waiting  | Open: 03/28/19 Close: 04/20/19
Charlie’s Waiting, a world premiere by 2017 Parity Commission winner Mêlisa Annis, follows two women the night before their wedding. A pregnant Louise is busy with all the planning while her fiancée Kelly busies herself feeding the goats. Everything is going to plan, that is until Louise is forced to confront questions of trust and intimacy, and she discovers how quickly plans can get derailed.

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CAST:
Xanthe Elbrick as Louise
Stephanie Heitman as Kelly
Amy Scanlon as Annie

TEAM:
Playwright: Mêlisa Annis
Director: Ludovica Villar-Hauser
Assistant Director: Judith Binus
Dramaturg: Jennifer Kranz
Production Designer: Meganne George
​Lighting Designer: Calvin Anderson
Sound Designer: Caroline Kittredge Faustine
Stage Manager: Jenna Ng Lowry
Assistant Stage Manager: George Weinhouse, M.D.
Additional Casting By: Jamibeth Margolis, CSA


About the Company: Parity Productions

 

We love theatre. And as part of a thriving, vibrant industry, we believe in equal opportunity. So while Parity Productions is a formidable producer of new work, we also ensure that we fill at least 50% of the creative roles on our productions—playwrights, directors, and designers—with cis women and trans and gender nonconforming (TGNC) artists. In addition to producing our own work, we actively promote other theatre companies that follow our 50% hiring standard. Artistically, we develop and produce compelling new plays that give voice to individuals who rebel against their marginalized place in society. 
 

 

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