The Hunger and Thirst Theatre Collective

Todays Date: 12/11/19
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Artists are always starving. For food, for work, for a break, for mastery, for truth, for dreams, for fearless creation, and for bold dedication. 

Born in Patricia Lynn’s living room from a group of actors breaking bread and reading plays aloud, the Hunger and Thirst Theatre Collective strives to cultivate an ensemble of passionate artists dedicated to the discovery of the unexpected and surprising truths of the classics. With an emphasis on profound simplicity and generosity of spirit, it is our desire to invite the extraordinary into our daily lives. 

We invite you to join our collective so that we all can eat, drink, grow, create, and rejoice together.


Schedule of Upcoming Productions

No New Productions Scheduled

Production History

Ivanov  | Open: 10/05/12 Close: 10/20/12
According to popular culture, 30 is the new 20, but the body and soul often disagree. Nikolai Ivanov has just turned 30. His wife is dying. The young, blossoming woman next door is much too attractive. His neighbors are gossiping nonstop about him. His closest friends are—well, let’s just say they’re caught up in other issues. And above it all, the crushing melancholy and weariness of not-so-middle age threatens to extinguish the remnants of his hope and pride at any moment. So what’s a man to do? What can any of us do when life just becomes too much to bear?

P.S. This is a comedy. We promise.


The production team includes Patricia Lynn (director), Allison Grubbs (scenic design), Natalie Hegg (co-musical direction), and Brian MacDonald (co-musical director). The cast includes Christopher Bonewitz (Nikolai Ivanov), Emily Kitchens (Anna), Brian Keith MacDondald (Count Shabelsky), Nate Dendy (Misha Borkin), Timothy J. Cox (Pasha Lebedyev), Kymberly Tuttle (Zinaida), Brittanie Bond (Sasha), Jordan Kaplan (Yevgeny Lvov), Patricia Lynn (Martha Babakin), Kyle Schaefer (Dmitri Kossih), Judith Ingber (Avdotya Nazarovna), Vichet Chum (Yegorushka) and Natalie Hegg (Natasha).


About the Company: The Hunger and Thirst Theatre Collective

Artists are always starving. For food, for work, for a break, for mastery, for truth, for dreams, for fearless creation, and for bold dedication. 

Born in Patricia Lynn’s living room from a group of actors breaking bread and reading plays aloud, the Hunger and Thirst Theatre Collective strives to cultivate an ensemble of passionate artists dedicated to the discovery of the unexpected and surprising truths of the classics. With an emphasis on profound simplicity and generosity of spirit, it is our desire to invite the extraordinary into our daily lives. 

We invite you to join our collective so that we all can eat, drink, grow, create, and rejoice together.

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