ONE NIGHT ONLY! MON, NOV 11 at 7PM!
When Zoe’s wife goes missing (again), her lifelong best friends join her on the island off the coast of Virginia where they spent childhood summers. A play about women, friendship, wild ponies, and love that lasts forever. (Which is to say it is also a play about betrayal…betrayal again and again and again).
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READINGS ARE FREE BUT RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED
The Newman Mills Theater at
THE ROBERT W. WILSON
MCC THEATER SPACE
511 W 52 ST
NY, NY 10019
Run Time TBD
C.A. JOHNSON (PLAYWRIGHT) hails from Metairie Louisiana, but currently lives and writes in Queens, NY. Her plays include THIRST (2017 Kilroys List,The Contemporary American Theater Festival), AN AMERICAN FEAST (NYU Playwrights Horizons Theater School), THE CLIMB (2018 Cherry Lane Mentor Project), ALL THE NATALIE PORTMANS (upcoming at MCC Theater in 2020), and MOTHER TONGUE. She is currently the Tow Playwright in Residence at MCC Theater and a Core Writer at the Playwrights Center. She was previously the 2018 P73 Playwriting Fellow, The Lark’s 2016-17 Van Lier Fellow, a Dramatists Guild Fellow, a member of The Civilians R&D Group, a member of The Working Farm at SPACE on Ryder Farm, a Sundance/Ucross Fellow and a 2018 Sundance Theatre Lab Fellow. Her work has been developed with The Lark, PlayPenn, Luna Stage, Open Bar Theatricals, The Dennis and Victoria Ross Foundation, and The Fire This Time Festival. BA: Smith College MFA: NYU
TAYLOR REYNOLDS (DIRECTOR) is a New York-based director and theatremaker from Chicago and one of the Producing Artistic Leaders of OBIE-award recipient The Movement Theatre Company in Harlem. She has worked as a director, assistant, and collaborator with companies including The Public Theatre, Signature Theatre Company, Page 73, Clubbed Thumb, New Georges, Ars Nova, Radical Evolution, and The 24 Hour Plays. Selected directing credits: TOUGH by Margot Connolly, Plano by Will Arbery (Drama Desk nom for Best Director), Songs About Trains (co-directed with Rebecca Martinez), ALLOND(R)A by Gina Femia, Think Before You Holla (creator/deviser), FOOD by Rhonda Marie Khan, Accidental Burlesque by Gina Femia (developed through the Audrey Residency at New Georges). She is a member of NY Madness and the Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab, a New Georges Affiliated Artist, and a 2017-2018 Clubbed Thumb Directing Fellow. BFA, Carnegie Mellon University.
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