Monday, May 04, 2009

hamilton clancy, producing artistic director
presents

FREEDOM


April 24-May 10, 2009
Additional Performance Wednesday, May 6
Thursday-Saturday at 8pm
Sunday at 3pm


78th Street Theatre Lab
236 West 78th Street
New York, New York 10024
www.drillingcompany.org











FREEDOM is made possible in part with public funds from the Manhattan Community Arts Fund, supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and administered by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.


This performance is made possible, in part, with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency.

Producing Artistic Director....................... Hamilton Clancy
Assistant Artistic Director........................ David Marantz
Managing Director.................................... Jane Guyer
Lighting Design.............................................. Miriam Nilofa Crowe
Scenic Design................................................. Jen Varbalow
Sound Design................................................. Christopher Rummel
Costume Design............................................. Lisa Renee Jordan
Stage Manager................................................ Billie Davis
Photographer................................................. Fred Marco
Graphic Artist............................................... Phillip DeVita

board of directors
Robert A. Wilson, Jefferey Grieb, Hamilton Clancy and Karen Kitz

special thanks Gary Greenberg and Jeannie Hayden, West 82nd St. Owners Corp., Danielle Kilcullen, Kate McCamy, Poly Prep, City Lights Youth Theatre, PS 87, Rena Shapiro, Wendy Rothstein, Eric, Ruth, James and Thomas Nightengale, Billie Davis, Karen Kitz, Rebecca Darke, Roundabout Theatre, Select Equity Group, Tom and Libya Clancy, Bennett Webster

the mission

Founded in 1999, TheDrillingCompany, a not-for-profit company, invites artists of various disciplines to create new works which explore a single, unifying theme. By selecting these themes, TDC provides a springboard for a variety of interpretations, each emerging from the same beginning. Our primary mission is to attract a diverse community of ideas and individuals that become more unified through more awareness of one another.

Our secondary mission is to create an organic home for professional artists to discover their highest quality potential.
the project

In January, we asked playwrights to respond to a now famous Franklin Delano Roosevelt address to Congress in 1941, in which he enumerated four basic freedoms that he believed the United States must work to secure for everyone, everywhere in the world. Those four freedoms were freedom of speech and expression, freedom of worship and religion, freedom from want, and freedom from fear. That address is reprinted in this program.

We hope this evening’s offering of newly commissioned plays contributes to the discussion, and is entertaining along the way.

We invite you, in the spirit of Freedom, to join us this summer for Free Shakespeare in the Parking Lot on Ludlow and Broome Streets, when we present “Midsummer Night’s Dream” and “Measure For Measure”.

Enjoy!

Peace,
Hamilton Clancy, AD
ACT I

Rightsized by Kate McCamy
directed by Hamilton Clancy
Lexi........................................................ Michael Gnat*
Sheila..................................................... Shaun Bennet Wilson

The Home Schooling of Jonathan Anderson
by Sean Christopher Lewis
directed by Rob Wilson
Charles................................................... Tom Demenkoff*
Sarah...................................................... Sonja Rzepski
Jonathan................................................. Daisy Stone

Caseworker by Richard Mover
directed by Richard Mover
Eric........................................................ Sean Patrick Reilly*
Ducky.................................................... Don Carter*

Bong Hits 4 Jesus by Eric Henry Sanders
directed by Tom Demenkoff
Joe......................................................... Jordan Feltner

Why is This Man Dead by C. Denby Swanson
directed by Alan B. Smithee
This Man................................................ Sajeeve Pillai
Sabrina................................................... Erin Mallon*

ACT II

Incognito Indigo by Andrea Moon
directed by Hamilton Clancy
Jess........................................................ William Apps IV
Renee..................................................... Selene Beretta

SNAFU by Brian Dykstra
directed by Rebecca Hengstenberg
Patrick.................................................... Franklin Killian
Dixon..................................................... Jordan Feltner

The Significance of Louden Taser by Trish Harnetiaux
directed by Alan B. Smithee
Musical Arrangement by Mike Cassedy
Louden Taser.......................................... Hamilton Clancy*

It Can’t Happen Here by Scott Baker
directed by David Marantz
Narrator/Leader/Dad Dennis Gagomiros*
Billy........................................................ Darren Lipari

The original painting, “HONOR” by John Riveaux, was created in 2004 for The Drilling Company’s HONOR series
* Actors appear courtesy Actors Equity Association
Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s Address to Congress January 6, 1941

In the future days, which we seek to make secure, we look forward to a world founded upon four essential human freedoms.
The first is freedom of speech and expression -- everywhere in the world.
The second is freedom of every person to worship God in his own way -- everywhere in the world.
The third is freedom from want -- which, translated into world terms, means economic understandings which will secure to every nation a healthy peacetime life for its inhabitants -- everywhere in the world.
The fourth is freedom from fear -- which, translated into world terms, means a world-wide reduction of armaments to such a point and in such a thorough fashion that no nation will be in a position to commit an act of physical aggression against any neighbor-- anywhere in the world.
That is no vision of a distant millennium. It is a definite basis for a kind of world attainable in our own time and generation. That kind of world is the very antithesis of the so-called new order of tyranny which the dictators seek to create with the crash of a bomb.
To that new order we oppose the greater conception -- the moral order. A good society is able to face schemes of world domination and foreign revolutions alike without fear.
Since the beginning of our American history, we have been engaged in change -- in a perpetual peaceful revolution -- a revolution which goes on steadily, quietly adjusting itself to changing conditions -- without the concentration camp or the quick-lime in the ditch. The world order which we seek is the cooperation of free countries, working together in a friendly, civilized society.
This nation has placed its destiny in the hands and heads and hearts of its millions of free men and women; and its faith in freedom under the guidance of God. Freedom means the supremacy of human rights everywhere. Our support goes to those who struggle to gain those rights or keep them. Our strength is our unity of purpose.
To that high concept there can be no end save victory.
From Congressional Record, 1941, Vol. 87, Pt. I.
THE WELL
Writers
Scott Baker (It Can’t Happen Here) is an actor-playwright whose work has been produced in New York at La Mama as well as at The Drilling Company, nationally and internationally at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Theatre Project of Baltimore, American Theatre Company of Tulsa and Tulsa's Nightingale Theatre Company. An original member

Brian Dykstra (SNAFU) Brian has written 11 plays for The Drilling Company, one of which (On Paper) grew into a full length called Clean Alternatives, and another of which (Mick Just Shrugs) is growing into a full length called Education. Brian is currently acting in a production of his play A Play On Words at 59E59 as part of the Americas Off Broadway Festival. Come check it out.

Trish Harnetiaux (The Significance of Louden Taser) this is her 4th piece with the Drilling Company, previous plays are The Dorsal Striatum, A Gopher in the Ninth Ward and Devon and Josh are New Anchors: The Death of Jeremy Jeremyson.

Sean Christopher Lewis (The Home Schooling of Jonathan Anderson) is the inaugural recipient of the Rosa Parks Award for Social Justice in Playwriting from the Kennedy Center. A former NNPN Emerging Playwright in Residence at InterAct Theatre in Philadelphia, he has toured his critically lauded solo shows I Will Make You Orphans, The Gone Chair and Killadelphia. His other plays include Militant Language (National Premiere at Know Theatre of Cincinnati, Halcyon Theatre of Chicago, Bang and Clatter in Cleveland) and The Aperture (Cleveland Public Theatre). He has been a playwriting fellow at the O’Neill Playwrights Conference and has had his work developed at the PlayPenn New Play Conference, Lark New Play Development Center, Orlando Shakespeare Festival’s Harriet Lake Festival of New Work and at the National Center for New Plays at Stanford University.

Kate McCamy (Rightsized) is happy to be a part of Freedom and working with the Drilling Company once again. Her first play with the DC, The Deal is published by Smith and Kraus, and has been developed into a full-length play. Her theatre history goes all the way back to being a high school intern at the Circle Repertory Co. and has never stopped. She has written for film, TV, short stories (see Pink and Blue, nthposition.com) and, of course, theatre. This play is dedicated to the memory of Robert Fuhrmann.

Andrea Moon (Incognito Indigo) is a playwright, performer, poet and director. She currently resides in Boulder, Colorado where she writes plays, performs and teaches people how to fly . . . (on low-flying trapezes).

Richard Mover (Caseworker) is an actor/director/writer living in NYC. As an actor and director Richard has helped develop dozens of new works. He is the resident director of The Open Gate Theatre, where he directed a series of One Acts, all dealing with grief after 911, called Unresolved. Past credits with The Drilling Company include Acting in and directing Kate McCamy’s The Deal. He also directed Ms. McCamy’s Safe Home and Habeas Corpus. Richard appeared in Bells And Whistles by Brian Dykstra and as Touchstone in the Drilling Company’s Shakespeare in the parking lot production of As You Like It. He is happy to contribute this time as a director and a playwright.

Eric Henry Sanders (Bon Hits 4 Jesus) Eric’s plays have had performances and staged readings in theatres across the country and abroad, including the Union Theatre (London), New Group (NY), Primary Stages (NY), Cherry Lane Alternative (NY), Abingdon Theatre (NY), Victory Gardens Theatre (Chicago), the Actor's Gang Ivy Substation (LA), and Moving Parts Theatre (Paris). Honors include being a nominee for the Kesselring Prize administered by the National Arts Club (NY), a runner-up for the Princess Grace Fellowship administered by New Dramatists, and a finalist for the New Work Festival at the Mark Taper Forum. Upcoming events include a reading at Rattlestick Playwrights' Theatre on May 8th (all are welcome to attend!).

C. Denby Swanson (Why is this Man Dead) graduated from Smith College, the National Theatre Institute, and the University of Texas Michener Center for Writers, where she was a fellow in playwriting and screenwriting. She has been a William Inge Playwright in Residence, Jerome Fellow and McKnight Advancement Grant recipient. Her work has been developed in the Southern Playwrights Festival, the Women Playwrights Project, the Lark Theater’s Playwrights Week, PlayLabs, SVT Reads, NYS&F (through P73), JAW: A Playwrights Festival, Culture Project’s Impact Festival, Icicle Creek Theatre Festival, and the Circle X Theater Company’s public reading series. Her work is published by Smith & Kraus, Heinemann, and Playscripts, Inc. She won a 2008 Susan Smith Blackburn Special Prize for her short play The Potato Feast, produced by the Drilling Company, which was also nominated for a New York Innovative Theater Award in 2008. She is a former Artistic Director of Austin Script Works and on the faculty at Southwestern University. Her blues play Blue Monday was developed at ZACH Theatre Center as part of the NEA/TCG National Theater Residency Program for Playwrights in 2008.

Directors

Hamilton Clancy (Rightsized); Artistic Director Founded the Drilling Company in 1999. Produced and conceived 16 short play projects, over 175 new American short plays which have been recognized by NYIT awards, the Heideman Award and the publication of over 30 of the titles. As an actor, Cohen Brothers latest film, Burn After Reading. Recent: American Gangster. TV: All My Children, Fringe, The Unusuals. He is married to actress Karen Kitz and devoted to his son, Joe.
Tom Demenkoff (Bong Hits 4 Jesus) Ithaca College graduate. Acting for TDC: Theft, Honor, Service, Hero, and Mutant Sex Party. NYC: Original productions of Godspell Off-B’way and Grease B’way, Macbeth Hudson Warehouse, Winter’s Tale AGT, and The Way, The Truth, The Life Vital Theatre. Regional: Art Cape Fear, Zoot Suit Mark Taper Forum, Julius Caesar Theatre at Monmouth, Anita Bryant Died for Your Sins FST, Music Man WVPT, George M! Goodspeed, and All My Sons, The Skin of Our Teeth, Metamorphoses Cornell University. TV: Law & Order, 100 Centre Street, Ed, Fantasy Island, General Hospital, Eight is Enough. Film: New York Crossing, aka Lobster Boy, Anger Management, Two Weeks Notice, Rollerblade, Sgt. Peppers…, and Surf Nazis Must Die. Directing for TDC: Theft, Honor, Justice, Sarasota Actor’s Workshop’s Honor and Shakespeare in the Parking Lot’s Romeo and Juliet. Directing: Equus and Talking With Wallkill River Rep, Breaking the Code Performing Arts of Woodstock, Another American: Asking & Telling Provincetown Repertory, Gypsy and 1776 NMOB, and A Few Good Men Shadowland. Visit: www.tomdemenkoff.com.

Rebecca Hengstenberg (SNAFU) Rebecca received her bachelor's from University of Wisconsin- Stevens Point directing emphasis. Past directing credits include: Keely and Du, Horse Country, Songs For a New World. NYC directing credits include: A Fresh Start, Conversation with a Kleagle, and Calculating Route. Rebecca would like to thank Brian Dykstra, The Drilling Company, Franklin and Jordan. Special thanks also to Jake and family for their continual love & creative support.

David Marantz (It Can’t Happen Here) Has also directed pieces for TDC in HERO, SECURITY II and REVENGE II. TDC acting credits: Atomic Farmgirl, Theft, Both, Honor parts I and II, Security I, Revenge I and Justice. For TDC’s Shakespeare in the Parking Lot, Sir Toby in Twefth Night, Mercutio in Romeo And Juliet along with roles in 2 Gents and Tempest. Other credits include Kippy in Take Me Out for The Human Race Theatre in Dayton, OH, productions with The Mint Theatre, TheatreWorks USA, and Nicu’s Spoon. Film and TV: Another World, As The World Turns, One Life To Live, Law and Order, and the award-winning Indie, Nail Polish. David was producer/GM for New York Musical Theater Festival entries Castronauts (2008) and The Family Fiorelli (2007). When he joins the 21st Century you’ll be able to visit him at www.davidmarantz.com, but not just yet.

Richard Mover (Caseworker) See Playwrights

Alan B. Smithee (Why is This Man Dead, The Significance of Louden Taser) First time director for The Drilling Company, and happy to have the opportunity to work with these fine actors. Alan is the Grandson of famous film director Alan Smithee, whose name appears on many of the great films of the 20th Century. Thanks to Joe for his tireless efforts.

Robert A. Wilson (The Home Schooling of Jonathan Anderson) Robert has been acting and directing with the Drilling Company since early in its inception. He as worked as an actor regionally, Off-Broadway and on Comedy Central's Chappelle's Show. He is the proud father of three amazing girls!

Actors

William Apps IV (Jess Incognito Indigo) is excited to be working with the DRILLING COMPANY again. His first experience with the Drilling Company was in the staged reading of Healer. William hopes that his work will force people to feel and give them a desire for understanding of self and humanity alike. “I was told once that as actors we are on a path to enlightenment , and more and more I find that to be true”

Selene Beretta (Renee Incognito Indigo) was born in Switzerland and grew up in Australia before moving to NYC in 2005. She is thrilled to be working with The Drilling Company for the second time. Recent New York credits include; Loni in The Amoralists' Amerissiah, The Chorus in Shakespeare in the Parking Lot's Henry V and Kate in Gin & Milk. Other favorite roles include; Hedda Gabler, Cassius, Phebe, Carol Cutrere and Lil in Last Summer at Bluefish Cove. She is a graduate of The American Academy of Dramatic Arts. She thanks her crazy family back home for their wildness and her NY family for their inspiration. "This is for Odette and Mauritz who taught me how to find freedom despite all the odds".

Don Carter (Ducky, Caseworker): With the Drilling Company; Don’t Quit, Romeo & Juliet, Henry V, The Dorsal Striatum, By The Book and Thor’s Hammer. Don’s play Coming To The Table was produced during TDC's HONOR series and published in Plays and Playwrights 2005. Other NY credits: Target Margin Theater, Ensemble Studio Theatre and Blue Coyote Theatre Group. Regional credits: Virginia Stage Company, Berkshire Theatre Festival, Arts Center of Coastal Carolina and The Public Theatre (in Maine). Film: Hitting the Ground (Living Pictures) and Kingdom Come (Rockville Pictures). Television: One Life To Live (ABC TV). MFA/Acting: Rutgers. Visit Don’s website at www.doncarternyc.com

Hamilton Clancy (Louden The Significance of Louden Taser) see Directors

Tom Demenkoff (Charles The Home Schooling of Jonathan Anderson) see Directors

Jordan Feltner (Joe Bong Hits 4 Jesus) is happy to be working with The Drilling Company for the third time, having recently taken part in the work shop and staged reading of The Healer, as well as venturing to Ludlow and Broom to play in Henry V last summer. Originally from East Tennessee Jordan has studied his craft with some very exciting and challenging professionals from North Carolina School of the Arts, American Academy of Dramatic Arts, and Terry Scrieber Studio. Recent New York stage credits include, Alley of Masks at Wings Theatre, Confessions of a Stalker and A Grave For Sister Agatha at the American Theatre for Actors, and The Blank of the Blank Blank which was written and directed by Jordan's brother Ryan Feltner and performed at The Barrow Theatre. Jordan is currently working for The Castle Theatre in New Jersey in their production of Romeo and Juliet as Mercutio. Jordan thanks his friends, family, and casting directors for their continued support.

Dennis Gagomiros (Narrator/Leader/Dad It Can’t Happen Here) is ecstatic to be a part of the TDC family. He’s lost count of the number of productions he’s done with them, but they’ve all been joyous occasions filled with cherished memories. Rock on, Joe and Karen.

Michael Gnat (Lex Rightsized) plays Wall Street Jimmy in the 2008 interwoven-crime-story feature Off Jackson Avenue. Recent NYC stage: T.D. Rice in Henry Meyerson's Jump Jim Crow (MITF); Malvolio in Twelfth Night (TDC/Shakespeare in the Parking Lot); Scott Sickles's Turtles and Bulldogs (WorkShop Theater); Brendan Cowell's 967 Tuna (in The Australia Project II). Other TDC: Hero (plays by Brian Dykstra, Sheri Graubert, David A. Miller); Security I & II (plays by Brian Dykstra, Kate McCamy, Trish Harnetiaux, Colleen Cosgrove); Honor 2 (IT Award Nominee for Edward Manning's Titus Lucretius Carus); and Hamlet (Polonius) in the Parking Lot. Spotlight On Award for Kiwi Dreams by TDC playwright Reneé Flemings. Michael can be seen as yuppie would-be coke dealer Tim in the feature Bobby G. Can't Swim. His thanks & love, as ever, to Linda & Nick. [AEA, SAG, AFTRA]

Franklin Killian (Peters SNAFU)

Darren Lipari (Billy It Can’t Happen Here) is thrilled to be back working with the Drilling Company in "Freedom." His last efforts with DC was the staged reading of "Over The Line" and the play "Safe" in Security. Darren's film work can be seen on Hulu.com within the independent film "In Search Of." Darren would like to thank his friends and family for their constant support and optimism, Joe Clancy for his enthusiasm, Dennis for being a great stage dad (twice) Scott for such a fun script to work with and David for his insight into the frightening world of Promise Keepers! Thanks to Jennifer.

Erin Mallon (Sabrina Why is This Man Dead) One of Erin's greatest joys is contributing to the development of new plays. She's happily played with Ensemble Studio Theatre's Youngblood Company, The Drilling Company, First Look Theatre Company, Vital Theatre Company, The Last Frontier Theatre Conference, and more. This past Winter she played with folks at Les Freres Corbusier in "Dance Dance Revolution" and shot a role in the upcoming film Momma Would Be Proud. When Erin isn't onstage, you can find her teaching yoga classes throughout NYC, hammering out short screenplays on her laptop, or playing a nurse on the set of Guiding Light.

Sajeev Pillai (This Man Why is This Man Dead) started his explorations with acting in the fall of 2002. His first theatrical performance was as an ensemble actor in Shakespeare's Greatest Hits at Northlake Community College in Texas. In 2006, Sajeev attended a summer intensive actor training program with Circle in the Square Theatre School. His stage credits include The Time of Your Life, Phantom of the Opera - The Melodrama, The Father of the Bride and Romeo and Juliet.

Sean Patrick Reilly (Eric Caseworker) Recent Theatre Credits Include: Of Mice and Men (Westport); The Front Page (Williamstown); Doubt (Geva); Glengarry Glenn Ross (Alley); American Buffalo (Two River and Geva); Emancipation (Classical Theatre of Harlem); and The Beauty Queen of Leenane (Broadway) Film and Television: HOWL; Bored to Death; Damages; Back; Third Watch; The Black Donnellys; Man of the Century; Following Bliss; Law and Order(s) and Sleepers. He studied at the Neighborhood Playhouse, The Atlantic and R.A.D.A.

Sonja Rzepski (Sarah The Home Schooling of Jonathan Anderson) is currently spending most of her artistic time in the air as an aerialist with New York Circus Arts, but is very happy to come down to earth with her first Drilling Company production. She has recently been seen at the Kitchen in Alix Pearlstein's film After the Fall, and is very thankful to Daisy, Rob and Tom for making this such a family experience!

Daisy Stone (Jonathan The Home Schooling of Jonathan Anderson) Daisy is currently a student at the Professional Children's School in Manhattan. She has modeled for GAP, Sisley, Bloomingdales, Macy's & K-Mart to name a few. She can be seen in Greg Saltiel's short film Theory of Change and the newest Comcast television campaign. Daisy is thrilled to be acting in her first Drilling Company production.

Shaun Bennet Wilson (Sheila Rightsized) NY theatre: Summerfolk (dir. Austin Pendleton, HB Playwrights Foundation), Strangulated (dir. Kate Bushmann, Abingdon Theatre) The Letter (dir. Rasa Allan Kazlas, Emerging Artists Theatre), The Conjugality Test (Midtown Intn’l Theatre Festival), Monday Morning Baseball (The Turtle's Shell Theatre), Waiting For Anthony (HB Playwrights Foundation) and The Odyssey (Creative Educational Systems). Film: Pieces of Cake, Mothers' Day Special. Shaun is a member of the HB Ensemble and The Workshop Theater Company. She received her training at AMDA, Stella Adler Conservatory of Acting, and HB Studio. Many thanks to JC. www.shaunbennetwilson.com

Designers / Technical Crew

Miriam Nilofa Crowe Light Design Previously with TDC: Justice, While You Wait, Fathers, Service, Revenge 2, and Security 1 & 2. Other recent credits include Lila Downs’s US and European tours, Flags (59E59), Manhattan Children’s Theater, The $trip (Nerve), Princeton University, Bard College, Woman in Waiting (Farber Foundry), Beowulf (Lincoln Center Festival), and The Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow (Yale Rep). Also Yale School of Drama, Yale Cabaret, BAM Next Wave, Juilliard, Chautauqua Conservatory, Adirondack Theater Festival. www.wingspace.com/Miriam

Billie Davis Stage Manager

Phillip Devita Ggraphic Design is pleased to be working with the drilling compaNY once again. Phillip has created graphics for The Drilling Company's - Revenge 2, Security 1 and 2, Justice and the Youth Theatre Discovery project, Atomic Farmgirl and now HERO. Other theatrical graphic work includes Arlene Hutton's The Nibroc Trilogy: New York Off Broadway Premier at the 78th Street Theatre Lab; Phillip created the trilogy postcards, poster & website. Other works include, The Belmont Italian American Playhouse's 1995 season: Son for Hire, Turandot and The Fifth Annual One-Act Play Festival. Phillip is a freelance graphic artist and web designer as well as an accomplished painter who is currently working on the web site and marketing for The Adventures of Nicolai Fly a new musical by Greg Steinbruner. For contact information and artist's portfolio please visit: www.solitaryearth.com

Lisa Renee Jordan Costume Design credits include: Boy in the Bathroom, Castronauts, and Suicide, Anyone? (Off-Broadway); The Witching Hour, and Triangle (Williamstown Theatre Festival); Neglect, and Thicker than Water (Ensemble Studio Theatre); Twelfth Night, Atomic Farmgirl, Hero, Justice, (Drilling CompaNY,); Safe Home, Dr. Faustus: Occult Remix, Collected Works of Billy the Kid, Uncle Vanya, A Dream Play, Eccentricities of a Nightingale, The Seagull, Etymology of a Person, Girls Just Wanna Have Fund$: A Peddler’s Tale (Off-Off Broadway); The Underpants, Beauty& The Beast, (Regional Theatre), Nights at the Circus (NYC Fringe Festival); Mother Courage, Our Town, Goodnight Desdemona, Good Morning Juliet, Urinetown, Fiddler on the Roof, The Potboiler, La Dispute, (Richard Perry Theatre). Assistant Design credits include Chita Rivera: the Dancer’s Life (Broadway); Bernarda Alba (Lincoln Center Theatre). She is the resident Costume Designer at the Poly Prep School in Brooklyn. She received her MFA in Costume Design from the Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama.

Chris Rummel Sound Design is happy to return to TDC, having designed here over the past few years! Recent designs include Stockton (Ensemble Studio Theater), Wood (NYMF’08), Boy Girl Mind Rock Fun Love (Roundabout Theatre Co.), Big Love (Columbia University), Raised By Lesbians (NY Fringe), The Real Thing (T Schreiber Studio), The Jack of Tarts (La Mama ETC), The Listener of Junk City (New Dramatists), Pied A Terre (Stageplays Theater Co.), The Girl Detective (Ateh), Two Rooms (Harold Clurman Festival), How I Learned To Drive (TSS, NYIT nominee), Belles (Heiress Productions) Angels In America (Stella Adler), tempOdyssey (SPF), and the short films The Waiting Room, and Pirates Vs. Ninjas (piratesversusninjas.com). Chris is a Teaching Artist at Roundabout Theatre Company, the resident sound designer for Personal Space Theatrics, and an Artistic Associate at Stageplays Theater Company. BFA Syracuse University.

Jen Varbalow Set Design Jen is so happy to be working on Freedom with old and new friends. Jen Varbalow has been designing scenery in NYC for 11 years. Past credits include designs for Ensemble Studio Theatre, Pulse Ensemble Theatre, The DR2 Theatre, Queens Theatre in the Park, and many other Off and Off-off Broadway companies. Jennifer was nominated for a 2004 IT award for the design of “Hazard County”. She is a teaching artist with the Roundabout Theatre Company;, as well as TADA! and the Children's Aid Society. Jennifer received her BFA from Rutgers University and her MFA from Brandeis. Special Thanks to Hana who has curtailed my day to day freedom but opened up whole new worlds to me.

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