Fall 2016 Studio Season

The Maids

by Jean Genet
Translated by Bernard Frechtman
Directed by Jennifer Kaplan
Asst. Director: Kaylie Groff

Featuring: Moira McAuliffe, Annabel Hope, Kiera Prinz

Production Stage Manager: Bonnie McHeffey
Set Design: Maria Shinas
Costume Design: Geena Roth
Asst. Costume Design: Amanda Lionetti
Light Design: Valerie Insardi
Asst. Light Design: Dean Tierney
Sound Design: Elia Chuaqui
Props Design: David Kahawaii
Asst. Stage Manager: Caroline Kyros
Asst. Producer: Austin Spero
Performances:
Sept 29, 30, Oct 1 @ 7:30 PM
White Box Studio Theatre
Reservations: themaidswhitebox@gmail.com

Fade to White (Double billed with Wally Weasel’s G.O.P Jamboree!

By Francesco Giacomarra
Directed by Augustus Heagerty

Featuring: Miles Gutierrez, DaeQuan Morrison, Rami Saleh, Kendra Hall, Angelica Herrera, and Giuseppe Mele

Production Stage Manager: Gwendolyn Sewell
Scenic Designer: Louis Bronson
Costume Designer: Elizabeth Wilson
Lighting Designer: Kendall Allen
Sound Designer: Elia Chuaqui
Props Master: Nat DiMario
Performances:
October 13th, 14th, and 15th @ 7:30 pm
Whitebox Studio Theatre
Reservations: Fadetoweasel@gmail.com

Wally Weasel’s G.O.P Jamboree! (Doubled billed with Fade to White)

By Billy Recce
Directed by Corey Atkins

Featuring: Patrick Swailies Caldwell, Avalon Christie, Shannon Connolly, Jacob Herman, Jimmy Kenna, Gianna Meaglia, David Moses, Billy Recce

Production Stage Manager: Jennifer Leary
Scenic Designer: Louis Bronson
Costume Designer: Elizabeth Wilson
Assistant Costume Designer: Amanda Lionetti
Lighting Designer: Kendall Allen
Assistant Lighting Designer: Carol Jeong
Sound Designer: Elia Chauqui
Assistant Director: Jonah Stabinski
Assistant Stage Manager: Jordan Goldberg
Performances:
October 13th, 14th and 15th @ 7:30 pm
Whitebox Studio Theatre
Reservations: Fadetoweasel@gmail.com

Thoreau, and Other Assholes

By Kyle Warren
Directed by Maya Davis

Featuring: John Hatcher, Jacob Inman, Joey Nasta, Emma Payne, Eliana Rowe, Addison Thompson

Production Stage Manager: Bonnie McHeffey
Scenic Designer: Jessie Bonaventure
Costume Designer: Geena Roth
Lighting Designer: Cesca Wolos-Fonteno
Sound Designer: Caroline Eng
Assistant Director: Ashlyn Frank
Associate Scenic Designers: Moira McAuliffe, Maria Shinas
Assistant Lighting Designers: Natalie Avery, Carol Jeong
Performances:
October 24th, 25th, and 26th @ 7:30 pm
Kehoe Studio Theatre
Reservations: thoreaufordham@gmail.com

Weldon Rising

By Phyllis Nagy
Directed by Jenna Wyman

Featuring: Jamie Wygle, Ian Edlund, Marc Wright, Annabel Hope, Kendall Cafaro, Leo Neill

Production Stage Manager: Kelsey Rearden
Scenic Designer: Vincent Gunn
Costume Designer: Elizabeth Wilson
Lighting Designer: Asa Lipton
Sound Designer: Caroline Eng
Props Master: Maggie Taylor
Assistant Props Designer: Leigh Honigman
Performances:
November 3rd, 4th and 5th @ 7:30 pm
Whitebox Studio Theatre
Reservation email will be updated in mid-October

Blasted

By Sarah Kane
Directed by JT Friedman

Featuring: McKenna Harrington, Jimmy Kenna, & Dean Tierney

Production Stage Manager: Chloe Morrell
Scenic Designer: Daniel Geggatt
Costume Designer: Bonnie McHeffey
Lighting Designer: Elizabeth McManamon
Fight Choreography: Anna Michael
Stage FX & Associate Production: Leigh Honigman
Associate Scenic Design: Evan Dye
Assistant Scenic Design: Andrew Connelly
Assistant Stage Manager: Joe DiBernardo
Performances:
November 14th, 15th, & 16th @7:30 pm
Kehoe Studio Theatre
Reservations: blastedfordham@gmail.com
This email address will take reservations starting two weeks from opening.

Desaparecidos

By Elia Chuaqui
Directed by Anna Michael

Featuring: Moira McAullife, Miles Gutierrez-Riley, Tony Macht, Kayce Wilson and Wayne Babineaux

Production Stage Manager: Hannah Brooks
Scenic Designer: Vincent Gunn
Costume Designer: Geena Roth
Lighting Designer: Asa Lipton
Sound Designer: Peyton Berry
Projection Designer: Nick Graci
Performances:
December 1st, 2nd, 3rd @ 7:30 pm
Whitebox Studio Theatre
Reservations: desaparecidos@gmail.com
This email address will take reservations starting two weeks from opening.

All performances are free, but seating is limited, so reservations are strongly suggested.