Genre: Drama
©Wade Dansby
Ground UP Productions revives Donald Margulies' powerful drams

From Ground UP Productions, the company behind the New York premiere of The People vs. Mona and the world premiere of The Optimist, comes the revival of Collected Stories, Donald Margulies' Pulitzer Prize-nominated play.

Collected Stories follows the dynamic relationship between two writers '" one at the beginning of her career and the other at the other end. The duo meets over six years, and endures success, petty jealousies and small betrayals.

"Probing the development and ultimate disintegration of a student-teacher relationship over the course of six years, Donald Margulies' new play is an engaging, witty and painful work." '"Time Out

"As usual, Margulies holds the rich ore of his material up to the light so that it sends beams in every direction…always fluid and lively, the play is thick with ideas, like a stockpot of good stew." '"Village Voice

Directed by Laura Standley
Featuring Katherine Argo* and Kate Middleton*
Set/Lighting Design Travis McHale
Stage Manager Kate August
Costumes Elisa R. Richards
Graphic Designer Wade Dansby
Assistant Stage Manager Devan Hibbard
Technical Director Dan Wheeless
An Equity Approved Showcase *Actors appear courtesy of Actor's Equity Association

About the Company: Ground Up Productions

Ground UP Productions - a 3-year-old non-profit theatre company, is fresh off presenting the smash hit musical THE PEOPLE vs. MONA by Jim Wann and Patricia Miller. The production was hailed as "good natured, down home fun" by the New York Times, "consistently inventive" by the New York Post and a "hootin' good time" by Variety. Other productions include: THE SHAPE OF THINGS, THE HOUSE OF YES, PROOF, PUMP BOYS AND DINETTES (NY Revival), LOBBY HERO, HOT DAMN HOLIDAY!, BURN THIS, JACK AND JILL, and BABY WITH THE BATHWATER. Ground UP Productions continues to break ground with the new classics, reviving well-known theatre in unique ways and producing new works destined for greatness.

Open:   07/16/08
Close:   07/26/08

Wednesday - Friday at 8 pm, Saturday at 2 pm and 8 pm
Theater:   Manhattan Theater Source
Address:   177 MacDougal St
New York, NY 10011
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Closest subway: A,C,E to West 4th. Exit north end of station, walk north on 7th Avenue to 8th Street., right one block to MacDougal Street, right to theatre

Cost:$20.00, $18.00 Students and Seniors
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