Our first production out of the gate garnered us a Best Bet in New York's TimeOut magazine.  We then were asked to bring one of the six plays, Equiprobalism, directed by Kathleen Amshoff, up to Sleeping Weazel in Boston, MA. 

Ryan Whinnem, the artistic director, had extensive conversations with the playwright, Erik Ehn, about the right amount and tone to set in order give a comprehensive view of Ehn's work but also to establish the company's mojo.  Those conversations paid off.  Performances included: Medusa Christ, Buttonwillow, A Child's Drawing of a Monster, Equiprobalism, One Eye Gone, and Patti Page.  Performers included: Kyle Metzger*, Selby Brown (shown)*, Matt Clevy*, Veronique Hurley, Kendra Webb, Christen Madrazo, Jason Burke, and Eli Sibley (shown).  Sets, lights and music were designed by Lilia Trenkova, Dan Jobbins, and Jonathon Roberts respectively.

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*denotes member of Actor's Equity

Our second production
wasn't actually a production, but a fundraiser, reviving an ancient art form, the masque.  Written by Stephen Spotswood, we took over a midtown Chashama space. What is a masque?  It's a scripted performance that incorporates performers, dance and music; it culminates in a performance by all participants, including the audience.  Sounds fun, right?  It was.

Our performers included Meaghan Burke, Emily Ruth Hazel, Spark and Echo and Broken Box Mime Theater
. In addition, we had the talents of the amazing Anna Marie Sell and Diana Cherkas.

What else is there to say?  Click here for photos of of our spectacular show.