Henriette is in love with Clitandre and her father approves, but her intellectual mother wants to wed her to conniving "scholar" and mediocre poet Trissotin, and she gets no help from her jealous, academic sister. Mix in an eccentric aunt, an exasperated uncle, a couple of mouthy servants and voila! a satire for the ages about what happens when the pursuit of lofty virtue comes at the cost common sense and compassion. Molière's classic wit and wisdom shine in this rambunctious comedy about upper class pretension.
Translated and adapted by Freyda Thomas, directed by Paul Urcioli, and starring Sarah Brill, Francesca Day, Janna Emig, Susan Finch*, Katie Honaker*, Marta Keursten, Madeleine Maby*, Sara Montgomery, Elizabeth Neptune, and Elena Sanz.
*Member, Actors' Equity Association. AEA Approved Showcase.
An original adaption from the novella by Ayn Rand; "Anthem" is set in an unnamed dystopian future where man is so oppressed that they no longer have the word I. The audience is escorted into a bare space and invited to share a moment in time with two central characters and a lightbox.
Adapted/Directed by Jennifer Sandella
Lighting Design: Sarah Abigail Hoke Brady
Costume Design: Lisa Jane Wright
Original Score: David Andreana
Marketing/PR: Martin Meccouri
Executive Producer: Jessica Ko
*Please note, no one will be admitted to the theater once the performance has begun.
Three One-Act Plays
by Tennessee Williams
Directed by Ken Schatz
September 14 - October 6
The Abingdon Theatre Arts Complex
312 West 36th Street, 1st Floor
Dorothy Strelsin Theatre
"27 WAGONS FULL OF COTTON"
"HELLO FROM BERTHA"
"THIS PROPERTY IS CONDEMNED"
Imani Jade Powers
* These actors appear courtesy of Actors' Equity -- An Equity Approved Showcase