Stable Cable Lab Co.

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STABLE CABLE LAB CO. is a non-profit organization that strives to create an environment for new work and theater artists to flourish. We do this through developmental readings and workshops, ensemble laboratories and training, and productions. We are dedicated to producing new plays that are intrinsically theatrical, ensemble-driven and bold. Stable Cable Lab Co. first informally came together and started to develop work in 2011 with its founding members (Lisa Jill Anderson, Brian Edelman, and Seth Hamlin), and began consistently producing work under the name "Stable Cable Lab Co." in 2012. Productions include: the world premiere of In the Event of My Death by Lindsay Joy, directed by Padraic Lillis at IRT Theater in 2016; the workshop production of Terminalia by Collin McConnell, directed by J.K. Musser at IRT Theater in 2016; Because Me written & directed by Max Baker at the Wild Project in 2015; Live from the Surface of the Moon written & directed by Max Baker (recipient of an LMCC MCAF grant) at the Wild Project in 2015; the workshop production of #WHATIWASWEARING (in collaboration with Arethusa Speaks) at the Wild Project in 2015; the workshop production of Accidents Waiting to Happen by Jonathan Libman, directed by Padraic Lillis at IRT Theater in 2014;  the workshop production of Nibbler by Ken Urban, directed by Stephen Brackett at Theatre54 in 2013; the workshop production of the devised piece i love you more than all the stars in the sky with text by Emily Daly (featured in foolsFURY's Factory Parts in San Francisco, CA) in 2013; the devised piece The Eden Project directed by Seth Hamlin, choreographed by KC Luce (world premiere as part of the Dream Up Festival at Theater for the New City and workshop production at The Bridge Theater) in 2012; the world premiere of Barter (Or, Stealing Other People’s Credit Cards) by Emily Daly, directed by Jonathan Libman (Washington DC Capital Fringe) in 2012; and the annual LiveWire Short Play Festival in 2014,  2015, and 2016 featuring works by playwrights including Halley Feiffer, Christopher Gabriel Nuñez, Nat Cassidy, Breanna Foister, Emily Daly, and more.

 


Schedule of Upcoming Productions

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Production History

BECAUSE ME  | Open: 10/02/15 Close: 11/07/15
Self-proclaimed artist Else Barnes works at Trader Joe's and creates artwork from discarded yogurt cartons. Observing Else's life over the course of nine months as she navigates living alone for the first time, BECAUSE ME explores the ethos and behavior of a group of Millennials stumbling into their 30s.

The cast will feature Lisa Jill Anderson, Emmanuel Elpenord, Alice Johnson, Arthur Kriklivy, Ricki Lynée, Eve Marie Mugar, and Samantha Strelitz with Lighting Design by Katy Atwell, Sound Design by Andy Evan Cohen (NYIT Award nominee for Unmentionables with Nylon Fusion Theatre Company), Scenic Design by Doss Freel, Props Design by Zachary Sitrin and Associate Producers Vera Khodasevich and Emily McDevitt.

Stable Cable Lab Co. will present Max Baker’s un-romantic comedy, Because Me. The production will play a limited engagement at the Wild Project (195 East 3rd Street between Avenues A and B) October 28-November 7. Performances will be October 29, 30, & 31, November 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, & 7 at 7:30pm, Saturday, October 31 & November 7 at 2pm, and Monday, November 2 at 1pm. Tickets ($2-$20) can be purchased in advance at www.stablecablelabco.org or by calling OvationTix at (866) 811-4111. Tickets are being sold on a sliding scale, with the price increasing $2 every performance day.
About the Company: Stable Cable Lab Co.
Founded in 2011 by a group of emergent artists, STABLE CABLE LAB CO. strives to create an environment for new work and theater artists to flourish. We do this through developmental readings and workshops, ensemble laboratories and productions. We are dedicated to producing new plays that are intrinsically theatrical, ensemble-driven and bold. Upcoming: the World Premiere of Max Baker’s Because Me at the Wild Project written for and devised with Stable Cable actors, and the workshop of Collin McConnell's Zeal Unsubdued, directed by Jonathon Musser. Past productions include Live From the Surface of the Moon by Max Baker (recipient of an LMCC MCAF grant), the workshop production of Nibbler by Ken Urban, directed by Stephen Brackett (Buyer and Cellar) and Accidents Waiting to Happen by Jonathan Libman, directed by Padraic Lillis; the devised piece I Love You More Than All the Stars in the Sky by Emily Daly (featured in foolsFURY’s Factory Parts in San Francisco in the Summer of 2013); the devised piece The Eden Project (Dream Up Festival at Theater for the New City and The Bridge Theater), and the World Premiere of Barter by Emily Daly (Washington DC Capital Fringe). Developmental and staged readings include Lauren Yee's Hookman (as part of Rattlestick’s Good Plays Fest), and eight new plays by a diverse group of playwrights selected to participate in a 5-month playwriting lab, which culminated in the groundUP Reading Series hosted by Stable Cable and the Dramatic Question Theatre. In 2012 and 2013 Stable Cable participated in The Field Artist Residency program.

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IN THE EVENT OF MY DEATH  | Open: 08/06/16 Close: 08/21/16
Eight former high school friends, now in their mid-twenties, reunite for an impromptu night of mourning and celebration after the suicide of a mutual friend. Finding themselves divided by geography, sexual orientation, religious belief, and ultimately their own prejudices, it’s hard to remember what bonded them together in the first place. When shocking details surrounding their friend’s death bubble to the surface, they may never find their way back to each other without losing themselves in the process.

Stable Cable’s World Premiere of Lindsay Joy’s In the Event of My Death was developed through The Farm Theater’s College Collaboration program with Ashland University in Ohio, Centre College in Kentucky, and Clark University in Massachusetts.

The cast will feature Stable Cable ensemble members Lisa Jill Anderson, Lillith Fallon, Breanna Foister, Cory Kosel, Ian Poake, John Racioppo, Samantha Strelitz (The Qualifications of Douglas Evans at Walkerspace; HBO’s “Vinyl”) and Kara Young (Pretty Hunger at The Public).

The production team will include Lighting Design by Katy Atwell, Costume Design by Irma Brainard, Sound Design by Andy Evan Cohen, Scenic Design by Doss Freel, and Props Design by Andrew Hennelly with Producer Margaret Santa Maria and Production Stage Manager Allison Queen. 


About the Company: Stable Cable Lab Co.

Founded in 2011 by a group of emergent artists, STABLE CABLE LAB CO. is a 501(C) nonprofit organization that strives to create an environment for new work and theater artists to flourish. We do this through developmental readings and workshops, ensemble laboratories and full-fledged productions. We are dedicated to producing new plays that are intrinsically theatrical, ensemble-driven and bold. Past productions include Because Me and Live From the Surface of the Moon by Max Baker (recipient of an LMCC MCAF grant) at The Wild Project, the workshop production of Nibbler by Ken Urban, Accidents Waiting to Happen by Jonathan Libman (IRT), the devised piece I Love You More Than All the Stars in the Sky by Emily Daly (featured in foolsFURY's Factory Parts in San Francisco in the Summer of 2013), the devised piece The Eden Project (Dream Up Festival at Theater for the New City and The Bridge Theater), the World Premiere of Barter (Or, Stealing Other People’s Credit Cards) by Emily Daly (Washington DC Capital Fringe), and the annual LiveWire Short Play Festival in 2014,  2015, and 2016 featuring works by playwrights including Halley Feiffer, Christopher Gabriel Nuñez, Nat Cassidy, Breanna Foister, Emily Daly, and more. 
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LIVE FROM THE SURFACE OF THE MOON  | Open: 04/02/15 Close: 04/11/15
July 20, 1969. Cleveland, Ohio. Like millions of Americans Don and Carol are hosting a party to watch Neil Armstrong become the first man to walk on the surface of the moon. Unfortunately for lonely Holly Phelps, she’s invited.

Stable Cable Lab Co. (Shariffa Ali and Vera Khodasevich, Producers) will present Live From the Surface of the Moon, a new play written and directed by Max Baker, April 2-11 at The Wild Project (195 East 3rd Street between Avenue A and B). The production will feature Lisa Jill Anderson, Brian Edelman, Breanna Foister, Kate Garfield*, Kevin Gilmartin*, and Ian Patrick Poake. The creative team will include Sound Design by Andy Evan Cohen, Set Design by Doss Freel, Costume Design by Natalie Loveland, Props Design by Zachary Sitrin, and Lighting Design by Sara Watson. The production will be Stage Managed by Sara DeNatalie and Fumiko Tanaka. Performances will be 4/2, 4/3, 4/4, 4/5, 4/6, 4/8, 4/9, 4/10, & 4/11 at 7pm and Saturday, 4/4 & 4/11 at 3pm with an additional pay-what-you can performance on Tuesday, April 7th at 1pm. Tickets ($18) are available online at https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/943910 or by calling 866-811-4111. The show runs approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes, with intermission. *Appearing courtesy of the Actors’ Equity Association 

The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs have awarded Stable Cable Lab Co. a 2015 Manhattan Community Arts Fund grant for their production of Max Baker’s Live From the Surface of the Moon.


About the Company: Stable Cable Lab Co.

STABLE CABLE LAB CO. strives to create an environment for new work and theater artists to flourish through developmental readings and workshops, ensemble laboratories and training, and productions. Stable Cable is dedicated to producing new plays that are intrinsically theatrical, ensemble-driven and bold. Past work includes the workshop production of Nibbler by Ken Urban, directed by Stephen Brackett; the workshop production of Accidents Waiting to Happen by Jonathan Libman, directed by Padraic Lillis (IRT); the workshop production of i love you more than all the stars in the sky (foolsFURY's Factory Parts, San Francisco); the premiere of The Eden Project (Dream Up Festival at Theater for the New City); the premiere of Barter by Emily Daly (DC Capital Fringe). In 2012 and 2013, Stable Cable participated in The Field Artist Residency program, supported by the Lambent Foundation.  

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THE CONSPIRACISTS  | Open: 04/22/17 Close: 05/07/17
Set in a church basement, this World Premiere play follows an under-35 Conspiracy Theorist Support Group as they wrestle with their convictions, perceptions, and each other’s personalities. The Conspiracists reveals how much we are influenced by other people, and how little we think we are. 

Whether you believe in Chem-trails, tainted fluoride, UFO's, Inside Jobs, The Mandela Effect, JFK plots, or that Justin Beiber is a reptilian, The Conspiracists is sure to challenge your reality in ways you won’t expect.

The cast will feature Lisa Jill Anderson, Sofiya Cheyenne, Alice Johnson, Arthur Kriklivy, Ricki Lynée, and Ian Poake with Sound Design by Andy Evan Cohen, Scenic Design by Ian Poake, and Lighting Design by Jeremiah Stuart. 


About the Company: Stable Cable Lab Co.

STABLE CABLE LAB CO. is a non-profit organization that strives to create an environment for new work and theater artists to flourish. We do this through developmental readings and workshops, ensemble laboratories and training, and productions. We are dedicated to producing new plays that are intrinsically theatrical, ensemble-driven and bold. Stable Cable Lab Co. first informally came together and started to develop work in 2011 with its founding members (Lisa Jill Anderson, Brian Edelman, and Seth Hamlin), and began consistently producing work under the name "Stable Cable Lab Co." in 2012. Productions include: the world premiere of In the Event of My Death by Lindsay Joy, directed by Padraic Lillis at IRT Theater in 2016; the workshop production of Terminalia by Collin McConnell, directed by J.K. Musser at IRT Theater in 2016; Because Me written & directed by Max Baker at the Wild Project in 2015; Live from the Surface of the Moon written & directed by Max Baker (recipient of an LMCC MCAF grant) at the Wild Project in 2015; the workshop production of #WHATIWASWEARING (in collaboration with Arethusa Speaks) at the Wild Project in 2015; the workshop production of Accidents Waiting to Happen by Jonathan Libman, directed by Padraic Lillis at IRT Theater in 2014;  the workshop production of Nibbler by Ken Urban, directed by Stephen Brackett at Theatre54 in 2013; the workshop production of the devised piece i love you more than all the stars in the sky with text by Emily Daly (featured in foolsFURY's Factory Parts in San Francisco, CA) in 2013; the devised piece The Eden Project directed by Seth Hamlin, choreographed by KC Luce (world premiere as part of the Dream Up Festival at Theater for the New City and workshop production at The Bridge Theater) in 2012; the world premiere of Barter (Or, Stealing Other People’s Credit Cards) by Emily Daly, directed by Jonathan Libman (Washington DC Capital Fringe) in 2012; and the annual LiveWire Short Play Festival in 2014,  2015, and 2016 featuring works by playwrights including Halley Feiffer, Christopher Gabriel Nuñez, Nat Cassidy, Breanna Foister, Emily Daly, and more.

 

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