Through June 30
90 minutes with no intermission
Christopher Shinn is the author of twelve plays, including Where Do We Live (Obie in Playwriting), Dying City (Pulitzer Prize finalist), Now or Later (shortlisted for the Evening Standard Theatre Award for Best Play), and Four. His plays have premiered at the Royal Court, Lincoln Center Theater, Playwrights Horizons, the Donmar Warehouse, and the Goodman Theatre, among others. His most recent play, Against, premiered in 2017 at the Almeida Theatre in London and starred Ben Whishaw. A Guggenheim Fellow, Chris teaches playwriting at the New School.
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Mary Elizabeth Winstead is currently in production for the highly anticipated Warner Bros. film Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn). She will star as Helena Bertinelli/Huntress opposite Margot Robbie in the film which is set to be released on February 7th, 2020. She will next be seen in Paramount’s Gemini Man, opposite Will Smith and directed by Ang Lee. Gemini Man releases on October 11th, 2019. Winstead was most recently seen in All About Nina, where she played the title role of the bracingly funny and blisteringly provocative stand-up comedian whose personal life is a near-complete disaster. The film was nominated for Best Narrative Feature at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival. She has also starred in Emilio Estevez’s drama Bobby alongside William H. Macy, Demi Moore, Elijah Wood, Sharon Stone and Anthony Hopkins (Two Golden Globe and one Screen Actors Guild nominations). Her other credits include J.J. Abram’s 10 Cloverfield Lane, Riley Stearns’ Faults, Chris Messina’s Alex of Venice, Quentin Tarantino’s Death Proof, Universal’s The Thing, Edgar Wright’s Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, James Ponsoldt’s Smashed (2013 Indie Spirit Award nomination for Best Female Lead), The Spectacular Now, Jason Moore’s A Good Day to Die Hard, A24’s Swiss Army Man, Sony Pictures Classic’s The Hollars, Focus Feature’s Kill the Messenger, A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III, Twentieth Century Fox’s Live Free or Die Hard, New Line Cinema’s Final Destination 3, Walt Disney Picture’s Sky High, MGM’s Black Christmas, and MGM’s Factory Girl. On television, she can most recently be seen in season three of the critically-acclaimed FX show “Fargo” as Nikki Swango (Critics Choice Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress in a Movie or Limited Series). She also starred in the TBS mini-series “Mercy Street,” CBS’s “Braindead,” and A&E’s “The Returned."
Colin Woodell will soon be seen in a leading role in the upcoming Disney feature Call of the Wild, opposite Harrison Ford and Dan Stevens. He recently starred in the Geffen Playhouse revival of Eugene O'Neill's A Long Day’s Journey Into Night, opposite Alfred Molina. Colin’s performance earned him rave reviews including the Los Angeles Times writing that his performance exemplified “beauty” and had a “natural ease.” On screen, he played a pivotal role opposite Claire Foy in Steven Soderbergh’s recent film, Unsane. He previously recurred on Showtime’s “Masters of Sex,” on ABC's “Designated Survivor,” and also starred in the USA series, “The Purge.” His other credits include the Universal/Blumhouse feature, Unfriended: Dark Web and the Netflix feature XOXO. Colin received a Bachelor of Fine Arts at USC.
Dane Lafrey (Scenic Design). 2ST: The Talls, American Hero, King Liz. Broadway: Once On This Island (Tony, Drama Desk, Hewes nominations), set & costumes for Deaf West’s Spring Awakening, Fool For Love. Select off-Broadway: Collective Rage (MCC), Apologia (Roundabout), Strange Interlude (Transport Group), Rancho Viejo (Playwrights Horizons), The Harvest (Lincoln Center), Summer and Smoke (CSC), Cloud 9 (Atlantic). Regional work across the US including Center Theatre Group, Arena Stage, Geffen Playhouse, Williamstown, The Old Globe, and many others. 2017 Obie Award for sustained excellence.
Kaye Voyce (Costume Design). Broadway: True West, The Nap, Significant Other, The Real Thing, The Realistic Joneses, and Shining City. Recent Off-Broadway includes: Marys Seacole, After the Blast (LCT3), Hurricane Diane (NYTW), Mary Page Marlowe (2ST), Harry Clarke, This Day Forward, The Burnt Part Boys (Vineyard), The Antipodes, Signature Plays, The Wayside Motor Inn (Signature), Sea Wall/A Life, Office Hour, Hamlet, Measure For Measure (Public), Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. (Soho Rep), The Mystery of Love and Sex, 4000 Miles (LCT), India Summer and Detroit (Playwrights).
Tyler Micoleau (Lighting Design). 2ST: Days of Rage, Mary Page Marlowe, King Liz, Sex Lives of My Parents. Broadway: Be More Chill, The Band’s Visit (Tony Award). Recent Off-Broadway: Socrates (Public). Other notable Off-Broadway: The Band's Visit (Atlantic Theater, American Theatre Wing Hewes Award), Antlia Pneumatica (Playwrights Horizons, Drama Desk nomination), When The Rain Stops Falling (Lincoln Center Theater, Lucille Lortel Award), Blasted (Soho Rep, Hewes Award), Bug (Barrow Street Theater, Lortel and OBIE awards). 2010 OBIE award for sustained excellence.
Bray Poor (Sound Design) 2ST: Mary Page Marlowe, Wings, Eurydice. Broadway: True West, Latin History for Morons, The Glass Menagerie, The Real Thing, …the vibrator play, The American Plan. His sound design and music have been heard at The Public Theater, Playwrights Horizons, Signature, New York Theatre Workshop, P.S.122, Clubbed Thumb. Regionally at Trinity Rep, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Berkeley Rep, Arena Stage, Yale Rep, Long Wharf Theatre, South Coast Rep and others. Obie Recipient for Sustained Excellence of Sound Design.
Laura Smith (Production Stage Manager). Playwrights Horizons: Noura; The Public: The Low Road; Signature Theatre: The Antipodes; Atlantic Theater: The Great Leap; Tell Hector I Miss Him; Play Co: Intractable Woman; Juilliard: Appropriate; Baltimore Center Stage: Detroit ’67; As You Like It; 4000 Miles; Amadeus; Wild with Happy; dance of the holy ghosts; Clybourne Park; An Enemy of the People; The Whipping Man; Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Shakespeare Theater Company: Salome; Woolly Mammoth: Gruesome Playground Injuries, The Unmentionables
Ben Freedman (Stage Manager). 2ST: Torch Song, Lobby Hero, Mary Page Marlowe. B’way: Torch Song, Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812, Angels in America, On Your Feet, Lobby Hero. Off B’way: Marjorie Prime (Playwrights Horizons), RIPCORD (MTC), The Old Man and the Old Moon (New Vic). Regional: Williamstown Theatre Festival, Pittsburgh CLO, Goodspeed. North Carolina School of the Arts.