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  • EMPATHITRAX

  • by Ana Nogueira
    directed by Adrienne Campbell-Holt

  • Empathitrax is a searing, darkly funny and heart-filled story of a young couple who turn to a new break through in pharmacology to save their fractured relationship. When “Empathitrax” hits the market promising instant emotional intimacy by divining what others feel, one couple takes the leap to eliminate all boundaries between them. Like any new drug, there are unforeseen side effects which in this instance have catastrophic and poignant consequences.

    Cast: Justine Lupe, Genesis Oliver & Jimmi Simpson
    sets / Reid Thompson // lighting / Grant Yeager
    costumes / Sarah Laux // sound / Amy Altadonna
    properties / Shannon O’Brien
    production management / Sean Gorski // assistant director / Brittany Coyne
    production stage manager / Seth Kieser // assistant SM / Emily Fischer
    press agent / Richard Kornberg & Associates

     
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  • CAL IN CAMO

  • by William Francis Hoffman
    directed by Adrienne Campbell-Holt

  • Cal in Camo probes the nature of family bonds and questions whether the wounds of our past irrevocably impact our capacity for connection. Heartbreaking and mysterious; Cal in Camo is laced with lacerating humor, and punctuated by moments of blinding revelation.

    Cast: Katya Campbell, David Harbour, Gary Leimkuhler, and Paul Wesley
    sets / John McDermott  //  lighting / Grant Yeager
    costumes / Sueann Leung //  sound / Amy Altadonna
    properties / Deb Gauette
    production management / Jeremy Duncan Pape  // assistant director / Julie Lucas
    production stage manager / Sarah Devon Ford // assistant SM / Jonathan Kim Phillips
    press agent / Richard Kornberg & Associates

    Cal in Camo was co-produced with Rattlestick Playwrights Theater.

    Click here to watch our 6th Season KICKSTARTER!

     

     

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  • HOW TO LIVE ON EARTH

  • by MJ Kaufman
    directed by Adrienne Campbell-Holt

  • How to Live on Earth is a haunting new play about our unrelenting obsession with the next frontier and the desire to give your life for something greater than yourself. Inspired in part by the Mars One project to colonize Mars by 2025, this piece is a funny, wry, and deeply truthful portrait of the fears and hopes that drive us towards exploration and expansion.

    Cast: Molly Carden*, Adam Harrington*, Lynne Lipton*, Genesis Oliver*, Charles Socarides*, and Amelia Workman*.
    sets / Amy Rubin  //  lighting / Grant Yeager
    costumes / Ashley Rose Horton //  sound / ML Dogg
    projections / Lianne Arnold  //  properties / Shannon O’Brien
    production management / Joshua Shain  //  production stage manager / Sarah Devon Ford*
    press agent / Richard Kornberg & Associates

    How to Live on Earth was developed with the support of New Georges’ Audrey Residency.

    Click here to watch our 6th Season KICKSTARTER!

     

     

     

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  • DRY LAND

  • By Ruby Rae Spiegel
    Directed by Adrienne Campbell-Holt

  • Ester is a swimmer trying to stay afloat. Amy is curled up on the locker room floor. Victor hates jocks but not girls. Reba just wants to party. A play about girls, abortion, bath salts, bathing suits, rashes, love, and what happens in one high school locker room after everybody’s left.

    Cast: Jim Ireland*, Tina Ivlev, Alice Kremelberg, Sarah Mezzanotte, Matthew Stadelmann*

    Scenic design: John McDermott
    Lighting design: Grant Yeager
    Costume design: Ashley Rose Horton
    Sound design: Amy Altadonna
    Props: Shannon O’Brien
    Technical director: Joshua Shain
    Produced by Michaela Buccola
    Associate producer: Steph Wessels
    Stage Manager: Sarah Devon Ford
    Assistant stage managers: Jack Cummins

    *member of Actor’s Equity

    “Ms. Spiegel demonstrates an uncanny gift for presenting the unavoidable messiness of being young with a theatrical sense of order…”
    — Ben Brantley, New York Times
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  • Everything is Ours

  • By Nikole Beckwith
    Directed by Adrienne Campbell-Holt

  • A smart, supremely funny contemporary comedy of manners, Everything is Ours explores a Post Gen-X state of alienation in the face of success. Thanks to their billion dollar internet idea, Sara and Mitchell have it all – disposable wealth, interns, each other. But when Elsie, a newly orphaned 10 year-old, lands on their doorstep– everything turns upside down as they figure out once and for all what is theirs and what is not.

    Cast: Geoffrey Arend, Molly Bernard, Katya Campbell, Adam Harrington, Elia Monte-Brown, Genesis Oliver, Rachel Resheff & Kate Roberts

    Scenic design: John McDermott
    Lighting design: Grant Yeager
    Costume design: Sydney Maresca
    Sound design: Amy Altadonna
    Props: Kate Lundell
    Technical director: Derek Dickinson
    Produced by Devon Berkshire.
    Associate producer: Michaela Buccola
    Stage Manager: Trisha Henson
    Assistant stage managers: Rebecca Zoltowski & Edward Columbia

     

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  • Recall

  • by Eliza Clark
    directed by Adrienne Campbell-Holt

  • Is there such a thing as a bad seed?

    Close your eyes and count to three.

    Lucy’s a child, and a child’s a person, and people can do the ugliest things. Charlotte’s an expert in ugly things. And the bloody, funny, terrible chase is on.

    Radically imaginative and achingly plain, RECALL explores our need to feel connected, understood, and loved. No matter the damage, no matter the cost.

    cast: Katya Campbell, Owen Campbell, Jordyn diNatale, Caleb Scott, & Colleen Werthmann

    Scenic design: John McDermott
    Lighting design: Grant Yeager
    Costume design: Paloma Young
    Sound design: Amy Altadonna
    Projections: Aaron Rhyne
    Props: Kate Foster

    Produced by Erica Rotstein and Stephen Stout
    Stage Manager: Amy Groeschel
    Casting director: Anne Davison

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  • Fish Eye

  • By Lucas Kavner
    Directed by Adrienne Campbell-Holt

  • Fish Eye is a darkly funny and emotionally raw portrait of a couple struggling to hold on to one another without losing themselves. Fish Eye explodes the traditional chronology of romance and offers a modern take on the impossible exhilaration of love– when nothing means everything and everything means nothing–and the entire world shrinks down to a single moment.

    Cast: Katya Campbell, Ato Essandoh, Betty Gilpin & Joe Tippett

    Scenic design: John McDermott
    Lighting design: Grant Yeager
    Costume design: Jessica Pabst
    Sound design: Daniel Kluger
    Props by Amelia Freeman-Lynde

    Produced by Amy Groeschel
    Stage manager: Trisha Henson
    Casting director: Anne Davison

    May-June 2011, HERE, NYC (world premiere)

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  • Seven Minutes in Heaven

  • By Steven Levenson
    Directed by Adrienne Campbell-Holt

  • After Kurt, before Monica.
    Seven Minutes in Heaven is a hilarious and emotionally raw new play by playwright Steven Levenson, (The Language of Trees, Roundabout) that follows six high school freshman caught in the absurd, aching, terrible ecstasy of being young on a splintered night of dysfunctional party games, fumbling first kisses, ruined reputations, broken promises, and raw, raw fun. Set in 1995, the play is charged with the manic exhilaration and stultifying terror of adolescence and explores familiar territory with a unique, brash sense of theatricality.

    Cast: Teddy Bergman, Kristin Connolly, Erin Felgar, Heidi Niedermeyer, Matt Stadelmann & Joe Tippett

    Scenic design by Daniel Zimmerman
    Lighting design by Grant Yeager
    Costume design by Erica Rice
    Sound design by Amy Altadonna

    Emerging America Festival, Huntington Theater Company May 2010 (workshop production)
    HERE, NYC June 2010 (world premiere)