By TRACY LETTS
Directed by LILA NEUGEBAUER
If you looked back on eleven moments from your life, would you recognize yourself, or would you see a stranger? Mary Page Marlowe is a seemingly ordinary accountant from Ohio who has experienced pain and joy, success and failure. In this sweeping but intimate play, Tracy Letts gives us a haunting portrait of a complex woman, demonstrating how a series of forgotten moments can add up to one memorable life.
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BLAIR BROWN's Broadway credits include The Parisian Woman, Copenhagen (Tony Award), James Joyce’s The Dead, Cabaret, The Secret Rapture, The Threepenny Opera. Off-Broadway/regional: Mary Page Marlowe (Steppenwolf); Nikolai And The Others, The Clean House, Arcadia, The Tempest (McCarter Theatre); A Little Night Music (Kennedy Center); Humble Boy, Camino Real (Williamstown); My Life as a Fairy Tale (LCF); Comedy of Errors (NYSF); The Skin of Our Teeth (Old Globe); seasons at Stratford-Ontario and Guthrie Theater. Film: My Art, Speed of Thought, Dark Matter, The Sentinel, Dogville, Space Cowboys, The Astronaut’s Wife, Altered States, Continental Divide, Strapless, Stealing Home and A Flash of Green. TV includes: “Orange Is The New Black,” “Jack Ryan,” “Elementary,” “Limitless,” “Forever,” “Person of Interest,” “The Affair,” “Fringe,” “The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd” (5 Emmy nominations), “ER,” “ED,” “The Ultimate Life,” “Kennedy,” “A Season in Purgatory,” “The Good Policeman,” “Hands of a Stranger,” “Follow the Stars Home,” “In His Life: The John Lennon Story,” “Convictions,” “Gifts of Love,” “To Walk Again: The Eddie Keating Jr,” “Story,” “Missing Parents,” “Majority Rules,” “Extremely Close Up,” “Those Secrets,” “Space.” Directing: Rosemary and I (Passage), Lovely Day (Play Co.) and A Feminine Ending (PCS). Narrator of more than 50 documentary films and audio books.
EMMA GEER is a New York-based actress. She has recently appeared Off-Broadway in Hindle Wakes at Mint Theater Company, How To Transcend a Happy Marriage at Lincoln Center Theater, and Where Has Tommy Flowers Gone at Workshop Theater. Regional theater credits include 4,000 Miles at Shakespeare & Company and Up the Hill at The O'Neill. Film: In The Treetops (world premiere at the Los Angeles Film Festival, 2015).
TATIANA MASLANY is an Emmy Award-winning actress who has garnered numerous accolades for her film and television roles. In 2010 she received the Sundance Breakout Actress Award, in 2014 she was nominated for a Golden Globe Award and in 2015 she received her first Emmy Award nomination and went on to win the 2016 Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for “Orphan Black.” This past year brought Maslany to the large and small screen, with a starring role opposite Jake Gyllenhaal in the film, Stronger, based on a memoir by a Boston Marathon bombing survivor, and the 5th and final season of BBC America’s “Orphan Black.” In “Orphan Black,” she plays several women who are revealed to be clones, a role that has also earned her, in addition to the Emmy, two Critics Choice Awards, two TCA Award nominations and one win, a Young Hollywood Award, four Canadian Screen Awards and a SAG Award nomination. Maslany previously starred in Two Lovers and a Bear alongside Dane DeHaan, directed by Oscar-nominated Kim Nguyen, which premiered at the Cannes International Film Festival and at the Toronto Film Festival. She also starred in The Other Half, opposite Tom Cullen, which premiered at the 2016 SXSW Film Festival. In 2015, Maslany was seen in The Weinstein Company’s The Woman in Gold, starring alongside Helen Mirren and Ryan Reynolds. Simon Curtis directed the film, in which she plays the young Helen Mirren character. She is currently in production on Destroyer alongside Nicole Kidman and recently wrapped production on Pink Wall opposite Jay Duplass. Her starring role in Grown Up Movie Star opposite Shawn Doyle competed at the Sundance Film Festival in 2010, where she garnered the Special Jury Prize for Breakout Star as well as a Genie nomination. Chosen as one of its “Rising Stars” at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival, Maslany earned Best Performance awards from the Whistler International Film Festival and ACTRA for her role as the troubled, promiscuous teenager Claire in Picture Day. Her feature credits also include Cas and Dylan, The Vow, Violet and Daisy, and Blood Pressure. Maslany’s numerous television credits include the Tandem and Scott Free Production, “World Without End” based on the novel by Ken Follett, a Gemini-nominated performance as the Virgin Mary in the BBC/CBC co-production “Nativity,” and Gemini-winning roles in “Flashpoint” for CBS and CTV, and “Bloodletting and Miraculous Cures” for TMN. She was also seen in a two-episode arc of NBC’s hit show “Parks and Recreation.” She has appeared on stage in Toronto in The Secret Garden, George Dandin, A Christmas Carol (all at the Globe Theatre), and Dog Sees God (Six Degrees Theatre). Mary Page Marlowe will mark her New York stage debut.
SUSAN POURFAR has appeared off-Broadway in Mary Jane (New York Theatre Workshop), Tribes (Barrow Street Theatre; Obie Award, Theatre World Award, Clarence Derwent Award), When the Rain Stops Falling (Lincoln Center Theatre), and Women or Nothing (Atlantic Theatre Company). Pourfar has appeared in multiple plays at The Public, MTC, and Second Stage. Regional: Mark Taper Forum, Long Wharf, Yale Rep, Alliance, Denver Center, Sundance Theatre Lab, NYS&F, and three seasons at Williamstown. Film: Manchester by the Sea (dir. Kenneth Lonergan), Christine (dir. Antonio Campos), Irrational Man (dir. Woody Allen), Alex of Venice (dir. Chris Messina) and Emelie. TV: recurring role on the USA series "The Sinner," "House of Cards," "Mr. Robot," "Scandal" (recurring), "Black Box," "Elementary" (recurring), "Power," "The Good Wife," "Nurse Jackie," "Numbers," "The Sopranos," "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" and "Law and Order: SVU.”
TRACY LETTS (Playwright) is the author of the plays The Minutes, Linda Vista, Mary Page Marlowe, The Scavenger’s Daughter, Superior Donuts, August: Osage County (Pulitzer Prize, Tony Award), Man From Nebraska (Pulitzer Prize finalist, Time Magazine's Top Ten Plays of 2003), Bug, and Killer Joe. Also an actor, he has appeared on Broadway in Will Eno's The Realistic Joneses and Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (2013 Tony Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role). Film appearances include Lady Bird, The Lovers, Christine, Imperium, Indignation, Wiener-dog, Elvis and Nixon, The Big Short. TV: “Divorce” (HBO), two seasons as Sen. Lockhart on “Homeland” (Showtime), “Seinfeld.” He is an ensemble member of the Steppenwolf Theatre Company and his appearances there include Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, American Buffalo, Betrayal, Homebody/Kabul, The Dresser, The Dazzle, Glengarry Glen Ross, Three Days of Rain, many others.
LILA NEUGEBAUER (Director) is an Obie, Drama Desk, and Princess Grace Award-winning director. Recent directing: Annie Baker’s The Antipodes; Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ Everybody; Albee’s The Sandbox, Fornes’ Drowning, and Kennedy’s Funnyhouse of a Negro (as an evening, Signature Plays), A.R. Gurney’s The Wayside Motor Inn (all at Signature Theatre); Sarah DeLappe’s The Wolves (The Playwrights Realm, NY Stage & Film); Abe Koogler’s Kill Floor (Lincoln Center); Mike Bartlett’s An Intervention (Williamstown); Amy Herzog’s After The Revolution, 4000 Miles (Baltimore Center Stage); Zoe Kazan’s Trudy and Max in Love, Eliza Clark’s Future Thinking (South Coast Rep); Lucas Hnath’s Red Speedo (Studio Theatre); Dan LeFranc’s Troublemaker (Berkeley Rep); Partners, O Guru Guru Guru (Humana Festival); Annie Baker’s The Aliens (San Francisco Playhouse, Studio Theatre). As co-artistic director of The Mad Ones, Neugebauer conceives and directs ensemble-devised work, including Miles for Mary, Samuel & Alasdair: A Personal History of the Robot War and The Essential Straight and Narrow. Drama League alum, Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab, Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab, Ensemble Studio Theatre member, New Georges Affiliated Artist, New York Theatre Workshop Usual Suspect. Upcoming projects include Zoe Kazan's After The Blast (Lincoln Center), Albee's At Home at the Zoo (Signature Theatre), and Lily Thorne's Peace for Mary Frances.