Off-Campus Productions Tap Suffolk Theatre Community

11/13/2006

Artists from the Theatre Department are showcased in productions up and down the East Coast:

The Atheist, by the Theatre Department's Ronan Noone, will be performed Nov. 24-Dec. 23,  2006, at Center Stage, New York, NY. The off-Broadway production is designed by Richard Chambers, also of the Theatre Department. See Playbill article.

• Wes Savick of the Theatre Department is the director of Robert Brustein’s new play, Spring Forward, Fall Back at Theatre J in Washington D.C.

• Theatre student Jonathan Orsini is featured in After Ashley, a satire about the media’s obsession with victims and violence. The play, by Gina Gionfriddo, directed by Shawn LaCount, is at the Boston Center for the Arts Oct. 27-Nov. 18, 2006.

• Student Nael Nacer is featured in Polaroid Stories, an adaptation of Ovid’s Metamorphosis by Naomi Iizuka, directed by Brent Cheatham, in the Blackbox Theatre, Arsenal Center for the Arts, Watertown, Nov.2-5, 2006.  

• Student Patrick Flaherty stage-managed Actor’s Work X, a showcase of scenes written by Henrik Ibsen, produced to commemorate the 100th anniversary of his death. The work was presented by TK Productions at the Boston Playwrights Theatre.

• Aaron Pitre, a Theatre Department Alumnus, is playing the lead role in Salem State College Center for the Arts’ production of Six Degrees of Separation, Nov. 16 – Dec. 3, 2006.

• Theatre Coordinator Nora Long's new translation of We All Have the Same Story is featured in All This Flying, All this Tumbling Down, selected works by Dario Fo and Franca Rame, translation by Gillian Hanna, at the Whistler in the Dark Theatre, running through Nov. 10, 2006.

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