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09.06.2019

Let me tell you about Medea in JoAnne Akalaitis: BAD NEWS! I WAS THERE currently running off-broadway at NYU's Skirball Center for the Performing Arts! Runs through 9/8. Tickets here.

Read the NYTimes review!

From Skirball's website:

" Theatrical legend JoAnne Akalaitis creates a site-specific processional performance exploring the monumental impact of the messenger character from classic drama.

Audiences are split into four groups, each led on a unique a journey through NYU Skirball’s lobby, hallways, and out-of-the-way spaces where some of history’s most memorable messengers bring them tidings of bad news — and they do not spare the gory details. Taken from the works of Aeschylus, Euripides, Sophocles, Racine, and Brecht, tragic monologues are spoken and sung in a harmonious chorus of English, interwoven with Greek, Latin, German, and French, with movement influenced by the Indian Kathakali tradition. All paths lead to the empty stage where the performers tell the battle story from...

04.28.2018

Just closed TWO MILE HOLLOW at the Women's Project off-broadway. TWO MILE HOLLOW was part of WP Theater's annual Pipeline Festival, written by Leah Nanako Winkler and directed by Morgan Gould. Produced by Sally Cade Holmes. Cast included myself, Jade Wu, Keren Lugo, Sathya Sridharan, and Bjorn DuPaty.

04.15.2018

Come see Leah Nanako Winkler's new play TWO MILE HOLLOW at WP Theatre (formerly known as the Women's Project)! Directed by Morgan Gould and part of the 2018 Pipeline Festival, performances are:

Thurs 4/26 @ 7pm

Fri 4/27 @ 3pm & 8pm

Sat 4/28 @ 8pm

Produced by Sally Cade Holmes. Cast includes myself, Bjorn Dupaty, Keren Lugo, Sathya Sridharan, and Jade Wu.

"When the Donnellys gather to divide their belongings after the sale of their oceanfront mansion, both an internal and literal storm brew. A satirical takedown coupled with moments of disorienting sincerity, Two Mile Hollow explores the age old theater genre of affluent white families retreating to their big houses for a weekend of secrets and fights with brutality, awe and compassion…. only this time, none of the white characters are played by white actors. #TwoMileHollowPlay"

10.21.2017

Played "Tiny D" in Jason Kim, Helen Park, and Max Vernon's new immersive show KPOP.

08.20.2017

Ars Nova, Ma-Yi, and Woodshed come together to produce a new immersive show from Jason Kim, Helen Park, and Max Vernon: KPOP Off-Broadway. I play "Tiny D."

09.19.2016

Played "Mary" in Kate Tarker's new play LAURA AND THE SEA, directed by Dustin Wills as part of Vineyard Theatre's developmental Fall Reading Series. Find out more on Vineyard's site, here. The cast also featured Kellie Overbey, Molly Bernard, Bruce McKenzie, Chris Bannow, Liam Craig, and Ashton Heyl. Many thanks to Vineyard and Henry Russell Bergstein Casting!

03.30.2016

We were nominated for a Lucille Lortel Award for Best Musical! Read about it in Variety!

 

After 2 extensions, we closed indie-pop band Sky-Pony's new musical THE WILDNESS off-Broadway. Directed by Tony Award nominee Sam Buntrock, with choreography from Lortel Award nominee Chase Brock; written by and starring Obie Award winner Kyle Jarrow and Tony Award nominee Lauren Worsham. Thanks to Ars Nova and PlayCo!

 

Read about THE WILDNESS at arsnovanyc.com and at playco.org.

 

Watch us sing it out in the commercial:

 

 

03.26.2016

THE WILDNESS extended through March 26th to great reviews! Read more about it at playco.org

 

Here's some buzz:

 

"Impeccably convincing cast (which also includes beautifully authentic performances by Katie Lee Hill...)"
(TheaterMania)
 
"Katie Lee Hill and Sharone Sayegh deliver cheeky back-up vocals and execute much of Chase Brock’s choreography throughout the evening."
(TheaterPizzazz.com)
 
"The vocal arrangements are terrific; Worsham, Cooper, and the other two female singers, Katie Lee Hill, and Sharone Sayegh, are a powerful ensemble."
(Exeunt Magazine)

 

 

 

 

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