Genre: Drama
Conceived by Erin Brindley and Maximillian Davis

Following three critically acclaimed productions, Ripple Productions presents its most ambitious work to date, Sodom's Wife. Combining movement with fearless storytelling, this compelling original theatrical work weaves the Biblical story of Sodom's destruction with a modern sensibility. Ripple Productions explores the haunting and mythic tale from the perspective of Lot's Wife. This engaging piece encourages the audience to ponder what is righteous, who the people of Sodom were, and why Lot's Wife turned around.

Collaboration is at the heart of Ripple Productions' mission. Sodom's Wife was conceived by company members Erin Brindley and Maximillian Davis. The piece was developed over the past eight months with the help of the entire cast. Brindley and Davis guided the performers in creating their characters and crafted the script from the dynamic scenes that sprang from the cast during the workshops held since last summer.

Cast: Michael Shattner, Erin Brindley-Author , Maximillian Davis-Author , Jon Can C-Costumes , Katherine Jaeger, Benjamin Thomas, Charles Hendricks, Kate Hess, Corey Ann Haydu, Nadia Gan, Paul Becker, Sarah Painter, Lillian Medville, Ana Valle

Preview:   03/16/06
Open:   03/16/06
Close:   04/09/06

///Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 8:00PM
Theater:   45th Street Theater
Address:   354 W 45th St
New York, NY 10036
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A proud native of Guelph Ontario Canada, Andrew is thankful for his family, friends and mentors that have provided invaluable guidance and encouragement. With Zootopia Theatre Company he has designed the set for Professional Skepticism, lighting for Still the River Runs, and both set and lighting for Eminene. Other selected credits include: Lighting design The Passion of Winnie, composed by Bongani Ndodana-Breen, libretto by Warren Wilensky (Isabel Bader Theatre, Toronto), Set and lighting design The Polished Hoe by Colin Taylor in collaboration with Alison Sealy Smith (Frank Collymore Hall, Bridgetown Barbados), Set and lighting design for Crave by Sarah Kane (Centre Stage, NYC), Lighting design for Lion in the Streets by Judith Thompson (Abingdon Theatre, NYC), Lighting design, Québecité composed by D.D. Jackson, libretto by George Elliott Clarke (River Run Centre, Guelph Ontario), Andrew is a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts with an MFA in Design for Stage and Film.