NOW THRU JUNE 5.
The year is 2015 and Jeff and Judy are right where they’re supposed to be: waiting outside the stage door of If/Then to get an autograph from the star. But the experience they have while they wait will change the course of their decades-long friendship forever.
Which Way To The Stage is supported by public funds from
The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the city council.
We are requiring that everyone who visits and works in the Robert W. Wilson MCC Theater Space provide proof of full vaccination and remain masked at all times while in our theater space.
THE ROBERT W. WILSON MCC THEATER SPACE is fully ADA-accessible, including:
- Self-opening lobby doors with the push of a button to enter and exit
- Elevator access to each floor
- Ramp with handrail leading to the Newman Mills Theater
- 3 Wheelchair-accessible restrooms available in the main lobby restrooms; and
- 2 accessible single stalls on the Mezzanine Floor.
Please Note: The Newman Mills Theater is located up the ramp or 3 steps.
The option to purchase a wheelchair seat with a companion seat is available for every performance date of every production for each theater. If further accommodations are needed please email email@example.com or call our box office at 646-506-9393.
The Newman Mills Theater at
THE ROBERT W. WILSON
MCC THEATER SPACE
511 W 52 ST
NY, NY 10019
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RUN TIME: 110 MINS / NO INTERMISSION
BOX OFFICE HOURS
TUES – SUN: 2 HRS BEFORE CURTAIN – SHOW START
MON: 12PM – 6PM
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Ana Nogueira is a writer and actress based out of Brooklyn. WHICH WAY TO THE STAGE was on the 2019 Kilroy’s list and was chosen to be part of the Pacific Playwrights Festival at South Coast Rep. In 2016, her play Empathitrax received its world premiere production with the critically- acclaimed theater company Colt Coeur. Her work has been developed at South Coast Rep, Second Stage, The New Group, SPACE on Ryder Farm, Barrington Stage and Ensemble Studio Theater. She is a recipient of a Sloan Grant for playwriting, and the Elizabeth George Emerging Playwright commission. Ana co-wrote and starred in the short film “We Win,” which premiered at the 2018 SXSW Film Festival, and won Best Screenplay at the Rhode Island Film Festival. Acting credits include Engagements, Mala Hierba (both at Second Stage), Bump (Ensemble Studio Theater), Knives and Other Sharp Objects (The Public, LAByrinth) and the Starz series “Hightown.” She is a proud alumni of The Boston Conservatory of Music and the Obie Award-winning playwriting group Youngblood at Ensemble Studio Theater, and a member of Colt Coeur.
Mike Donahue NYC credits include: world premieres of Matthew Lopez’s THE LEGEND OF GEORGIA MCBRIDE (MCC, The Geffen, Denver Center); Jen Silverman’s COLLECTIVE RAGE (MCC, Woolly Mammoth), PHOEBE IN WINTER (Clubbed Thumb); Jordan Seavey’s HOMOS, OR EVERYONE IN AMERICA (Labyrinth); and Ethan Lipton’s RED-HANDED OTTER (Playwrights Realm). Regionally: LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS with MJ Rodriguez, George Salazar and Amber Riley (Pasadena Playhouse), and world premieres of Jen Silverman’s THE ROOMMATE (Humana, Williamstown, Long Wharf); Rachel Bonds’ CURVE OF DEPARTURE (South Coast Rep, Studio Theatre), THE WOLFE TWINS (Studio Theatre); Kate Cortesi’s LOVE (Marin); Matthew Lopez’s ZOEY’S PERFECT WEDDING & Lauren Feldman’s GRACE, OR THE ART OF CLIMBING (Denver Center); and Shostakovich’s MOSCOW, CHERYOMUSHI with a new libretto by Meg Miroshnik (Chicago Opera Theatre). Upcoming: Anne Carson’s adaptation of Euripides THE BAKKHAI with new music by Diana Oh (Baltimore Center Stage) and the world premiere of Matt Schatz’s A WICKED SOUL IN CHERRY HILL (The Geffen). Mike’s first short film, TROY, will premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival this June.
Paul McGill is an NAACP Award-winning choreographer whose work expands across mediums and around the world. MCC: The Legend of Georgia McBride (Astaire Award, Lortel Nomination). Broadway: Hedwig and the Angry Inch starring Neil Patrick Harris, John Cameron Mitchell, Darren Criss, Michael C Hall, and more. TV: Annie Live! on NBC. Film: CATHARSISSY, Diamond Soles. Circus: Filament, upcoming Presence. Regional: Spring Awakening at the Round House Theatre in Washington DC, The Legend of Georgia McBride at the Geffen Playhouse in LA (NAACP Award, Ovation Award). Upcoming: Between the Lines at 2nd Stage Theatre in NYC. More information at www.paul-mcgill.com and Instagram @Paul_McGill_
Sas Goldberg is a NY-based writer/producer/performer. She most recently wrote on staff as a Co-Producer for the 5th and final season of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (Amazon). As an actress, Sas was most recently seen alongside Will Ferrell and Paull Rudd in the Apple series The Shrink Next Door (Sas also wrote on the writing staff of the show) and she will next be seen in Amy Schumer’s upcoming Hulu series Life And Beth. Sas made her Broadway debut in 2017 to rave reviews, playing ‘Kiki’ in Significant Other by Josh Harmon. In 2019, she starred in the off-Broadway run of Moscow, Moscow, Moscow, Moscow! at the MCC Theater. Sas recurred on the Jenji Kohan produced series American Princess (Lifetime) and her other acting credits include Search Party (HBO Max), You’re The Worst (FX), and Odd Mom Out (Bravo). She recently sold and developed a pilot at Freeform with Jake Kasdan attached to direct and produce, and Melvin Marr and Lee Eisenberg also producing through ABC Signature. Last year she sold and developed a pilot at HBO with Jenni Konner and Andrew Rannells producing. Sas has also sold and developed pilots at FX, NBC, FOX, Warner Brothers and Bravo working with producers such as Liz Tigelaar, The Lonely Island, Will Gluck, Jeffrey Seller, John Riggi and JAX Media.
Max Jenkins last appeared on the New York stage in Lucas Kavner’s Carnival Kids, presented by Lesser America. He co-wrote and co-starred in Unnatural Acts at Classic Stage Company, receiving a Drama Desk nomination for Best Play. TV: “Dead To Me” (SAG Award nomination for Best Ensemble), “Special” and “Social Distance” (all Netflix), “The Mysteries of Laura” (NBC), and “High Maintenance,” in which he was featured from its inception on Vimeo all the way to its final form on HBO. He will next be seen in the StudioCanal film Cat Person.
Evan Todd made his Broadway debut playing ‘Gerry Goffin’ in “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical.” He also originated the role of ‘Kurt Kelly’ in the New York and Los Angeles productions of “Heathers: The Musical.” Film and television credits include the award-winning LGBTQ+ film, “4th Man Out” for Netflix and the CW series, “Jane The Virgin.” A graduate from the Juilliard School Drama Division (Group 40), Evan is also a Tony nominated theater producer who co-produced the Broadway revival of “Spring Awakening.” Evan co-founded two arts empowerment summer programs: “StArt” brings Juilliard students down to work with middle and high school students from his hometown of Kissimmee, FL, and “artsINSIDEOUT” pairs American and South African artists together to work with children affected by HIV in Johannesburg.
Michelle Veintimilla most recently starred as ‘Vanessa Sanchez’ on ABC’s THE BAKER AND THE BEAUTY, and next stars in Stephen Belber’s upcoming film, WHAT WE DO NEXT. Her other film and TV credits include the feature DRUNK PARENTS, Netflix’s SEVEN SECONDS, THE I-LAND, GOTHAM, THE GIFTED, DOWNWARD DOG and LIMITLESS. In 2017 Michelle participated in two sets of festival performances at the Salzburg Opera Festival as ‘Maria’ in West Side Story, and she made her Broadway debut alongside Chita Rivera playing ‘Young Claire’ in the Tony nominated musical THE VISIT.
scenic design ADAM RIGG
costume design ENVER CHAKARTASH
lighting design JEN SCHRIEVER & MEXTLY COUZIN
sound design SINAN REFIK ZAFAR
hair, wig, & make-up design DOMINO COUTURE
choreography PAUL MCGILL
vocal supervisor LIZ CAPLAN
production stage manager ALEX H. HAJJAR
LET’S TALK SERIES and SPECIAL EVENTS
Join us for our post-show TALKBACKS with artists and AUDIENCES CONVERSATIONS moderated by MCC staff held following select performances and for SPECIAL EVENTS aimed at provoking conversation and public engagement.
THE ROBERT W. WILSON MCC THEATER SPACE
Our new home in Hell’s Kitchen allows us to deepen our mission and encourage greater collaboration among all of our ARTISTS, STUDENTS, and AUDIENCES.