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Studio Season


All performances at 7:30 PM


by Sean Patrick Monahan
Directed by James Presson
February 10, 11, 12
Veronica Lally Kehoe Studio Theatre (for reservations)

God's Ear
Written by Jenny Schwartz
Directed by Harry Dreyfuss
Assistant Director: Garrett Kim
Stage Manager: Kaleigh Bernier
Set Designer: Jessica Bonaventure
Costume Designer: Zoë Allen
Lighting Design: Katie Ryan
Sound Design: Lawrence Schober
February 20, 21, 22
Whitebox Studio Theatre (for reservations)

Savage in Limbo
by John Patrick Shanley
Directed by Emily Thornton
Assistant Director: TJ Brent
Stage Manager: Jenna Fratello
Set Design: Caitlyn Murphy
Costume Design: Danica Martino
Lighting Design: Cesca Wolos-Fonteno
Sound Design: Kiyun Kim
Props Design: Marie Kadoyama
Choreography: Elise Blanchard
Assistant Choreography: Emily Throton
February 24, 25, 26 

Veronica Lally Kehoe Studio Theatre (for reservations)

by Adaire Kamen
Directed by Riley Teahan
Assistant Director: Garrett Kim
Production Stage Manager: Justice Longshore
Set Design: Dan Geggatt
Assistant Set Design: Caitlin Murphy
Costume Design: Celina Lam
Assistant Costume Design: Geena Roth
Lighting Design: Alex DeNevers and Katie Ryan
Projection Design: Nick Graci
Sound Design: Lawrence Schober
Props Design: Peter McNally
Production Assistant: Keenan Hurley
March 10, 11, 12
Kehoe Studio Theatre (for reservations)

Double Bill:
Fit for a King
By Mêlisa Annis
Directed by Kel Haney
Not quite living the dream, Margo - a washed up English actress - is worried about her cantankerous, gin-swilling husband John.  Out of ideas, she turns to an old friend, hoping he’ll be the tonic she needs.
April 2, 3,4, 5
The White Box Studio Theatre (for tickets)

All the People You’ve Been

By Matthew Capodicasa
Directed by Jesse Jou
Emily has a problem. Her big sister, Amanda, is totally, completely, devastatingly depressed. And nothing seems to help. Until Emily buys her a necklace. A necklace that, when Amanda wears it, turns out to be something more than it appears. Or someone more than it appears.
April 2, 3, 4, 5
The White Box Studio Theatre tickets)

Written by Mac Wellman
Directed by John Bezark
Assistant Director: JT Friedman
Stage Manager: Katherine Barton
Set Design: Dan Geggat  
Costume Design: Zoë Allen
Lighting Design: Alex DeNevers
Sound Design: Lawrence Schober
April 7, 8, 9
Veronica Lally Kehoe Studio Theatre (for reservations)

By Jenny Rachel Weiner
Directed by Sarah Krohn
Meet Nina. She's from Florida, she grew up in the 90's, and she talks to her Mom six times a day. Shaken by the news that her best friend/back-up-husband is marrying her polar opposite, Nina is catapulted back to the traumatic time of her Bat Mitzvah, when she first realized how scary it is to grow up.
April 28, 29, 20 and May 1
The Veronica Lally Kehoe Theatre (for tickets)

By Eljon Wardally
Directed by Seret Scott
October, 1983 near Fort Rupert, Grenada. Prime Minister Maurice Bishop risks a coup that would divide his nation while political activist Sherry Ann and her husband Conroy struggle to keep the war outside from dividing their home.
May 12, 13, 14, 15
The Veronica Lally Kehoe Theatre (for tickets)

Admission to all studio theatre shows is free, but does require a reservation
as seating is limited!
(at Columbus Ave., NYC)

Please check in with security at the front entrance. They will direct you to the studio theatres.


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