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God of Vengeance

Directed by Kern McFadden
Produced by The Stella Adler Studio
Performed at The Stella Adler Studio, NYC

About The Play:

Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Donald Margulies has transported Sholom Asch's 1906 Yiddish melodrama from Asch's native Poland to the Lower East Side of Manhattan in 1923 and in the process has transformed a classic morality tale into a drama of spellbinding power and sweep. Jack Chapman lives on the second floor of his tenement with his ex-prostitute wife, Sara, and seventeen-year-old daughter, Rivkele, and runs a brothel downstairs. The brothel has made Jack prosperous, but he aspires to something more—respectability, and towards that end, he hopes to marry his precious daughter to a Talmudic scholar. But the sheltered Rivkele has struck up a friendship with Manke, Jack's most-desired prostitute, and the gentle and  genuine love affair that develops between the two young women threatens to destroy Jack's dreams for the future.

Cast: Irina Bravo, Campbell Briggs, Alberto Contreras, Amanda Erixon, Yessi Hernandez, Thomas Hutchinson, Jenna Kemmer, Stephen Mccann, Noy Marom, Mack Velle, Fleur Voorn

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Last Summer at BlueFish Cove

Directed by Angelita Esperanza
Produced by Virago Ensemble
Performed at The Artists Co-op, NYC

About The Play:

It is the story of a dissatisfied straight woman who leaves her husband to spend some quiet time by herself and who unwittingly and naively wanders into the midst of a group of seven lesbians at the beginning of their annual beachside vacation. 

Cast: Deborah Amaa, Irina Bravo, Amanda Erixon, Kanja Grobler, Jenna Kemmer, Noy Marom, Gilda Mercado, Eliya Rodeh

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Kiss that Frog

Directed by Angelita Esperanza
Produced by Virago Ensemble
Performed at The Artists Co-op, NYC

About the play:

Kiss that Frog was inspired by the social media trend of young adults writing lists about everyone they have kissed. This “Kissed List” hunch has opened the door to themes such as love vs. lust, sexual assault, drugs and alcohol, sexuality, secrecy and much more. The resulting script investigates the relationship millennial girls have with kissing, relationships, sex, and sexuality in general.

Cast: Amanda Erixon, Angelita Esperanza, Deborah Amaa, Eliya Rodeh , Kanja Grobler, Noy Marom, Rosemary Tross, Samia Omari

 
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It's Not Normal

Directed by Beth Newbery
Produced by Tall Tale Productions and The Producers Club
Performed at The Producers Club, NYC

About the play:

It’s Not Normal is written by the UK based writer Jasmine Elizabeth.

It’s about three best friends and an evening they share together. Secrets from the past will surface and all will be questioned.

Cast: Samantha Haviland, Noy Marom, Allison Pittel, 

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The Wizard of Oz

Directed by Elizabeth Aquino
Produced by The AlphaNYC Theater Company
Performed at The producers Club, NYC

About the play:

When a tornado rips through Kansas, Dorothy and her dog, Toto, are whisked away in their house to the magical land of Oz. They follow the Yellow Brick Road toward the Emerald City to meet the Wizard. On the long journey to the Emerald City, Dorothy and Toto are joined by the Scarecrow, who wishes he had brains; the Tin Man, who longs for a heart; and the Lion, who seeks courage. They face many trials along their route, but they overcome them all, often because of the Scarecrow’s good sense, the Tin Man's kindness, and the bravery of the cowardly Lion.

Cast: Nikki Kim, Olivia Byrne, Jonathan Marc-Le Ster,  Shea Vaughan-Gabor, Ana Londono, Janie Steele, Daniel M.G.McHenry, Jaimee Giorgi,  Noy Marom

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The Letters Project

Directed by Robbie Tann
Produced by No Frills Theatre Collective
Performed at The PIT, NYC

About the show:

The Letters Project is a devised theatrical piece based on letters written by the ensemble and contributors. Letters to lovers, ex-friends, unforgiving 3rd grade teachers, and more!

Cast: Emily Banks, Sarah Beitch, Martha Epstein, Tiffany Esteb, Steven Makropoulos, Noy Marom

 
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