BELLEVILLE

Extended through April 14

 

By Amy Herzog
Directed by Anne Kauffman

 
Scenic design by
Julia C. Lee
Costume design by
Mark Nagle

Lightning design by
Ben Stanton
Original Composition and
Sound design by
Robert Kaplowitz
Fight Coordinator
Jeff Barry
Vocal Coach
Deb Hecht
Stage manager
Terri K. Kohler

Single Tickets 70.00 each
 
Member Guest Tickets:
$25 each for preview performances
$40 each for post-opening performances ($20 for all Member Guest tickets for sunday night performances)
To purchase Member Guest tickets, call Ticket Central at 212-279-4200

 

PERFORMANCE CALENDAR

First Preview
February 12, 2013

Opening Night
March 3, 2013

Final Performance
March 31, 2013

Cast
   

Pascale Armand
Phillip James Brannon
Maria Dizzia
Greg Keller

Amina
Alioune
Abby
Zack

 

Cast Bios
Production History
Production Photos

 
   

Heralded by the New York Times as "thrillingly good," Belleville, the newest drama from acclaimed playwright Amy Herzog (4000 Miles, After the Revolution) and director Anne Kauffman (Detroit, This Wide Night), is a chilling, Hitchcockian, look at the limits of trust, truth, deception and dependency in a world where both love and loss can be pathological and cathartic. Of its 2011 premiere at Yale Repertory Theatre, Charles Isherwood of The New York Times wrote, Belleville "confirms [Herzog's] reputation as one of the brightest new talents in the theater."

Abby and Zack - young, American and married - have abandoned the stability of a comfortable post-graduate life in the states for Belleville, a bustling, bohemian, multicultural neighborhood in Paris. In an attempt to build a life together away from family and friends, their passive-aggressive and aggressively passionate relationship is put to test after an awkward afternoon discovery, a landlord's ultimatum and a cracked toenail.


SONTAG: REBORN follows BELLEVILLE

NYTW Members can BOOK TICKETS for BELLEVILLE
and SONTAG: REBORN

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TICKETS FOR
SONTAG: REBORN GO ON SALE
TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC
MARCH 28

   



For BELLEVILLE

Performance schedule:
Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 7:00pm
Thursdays and Fridays, 8:00pm
Saturday, 3pm, 8pm
Sunday, 2 pm, 7pm

Exceptions:
March 3, tickets will only be available for the
2pm performance

March 17,
2pm performance only

Running time:
90 minutes

Student Matinee:
March 13 at 1pm

NYTW provides discounted tickets for student groups of ten or more. Please contact Stephanie Warren for specific pricing at Stephaniew@nytw.org or call 212-780-9037.

4th Street Bar Association Night:
February 27

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NYTW's 4th Street Bar Association.
Email: 4sba@nytw.org


Repeat Defender's Night:
February 26

Find more about becoming a member of
NYTW's Repeat Defenders.
Email: Norma Scheck at normas@nytw.org

AfterWords (post-performance audience discussion):
February 20

A converstion with Julia lee, set designer and Mark Nagle, costume designer from BELLEVILLE. Moderated by Bryn Thorrson, Director of Education at NYTW.
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February 26
A conversation with Anne Kaufman. director and Amy Herzog, playwright of BELLEVILLE. Moderated by Aaron Malkin, Literary Artistic Associate at NYTW.
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March 19

A conversation with the cast of BELLEVILLE. Moderated by Jack Doulin, casting directcor at NYTW.

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Cucina Chats
March 7 and 17
Following these performances, we invite you to join us for $5 wine, beer and well drinks and an informal discussion next door at Cucina Di Pesce.  Unlike our more structured AfterWords discussion series, the Cucina Chats are an opportunity for audience members to explore their experience of the play more deeply.


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92Y Literary Readings
Two Celebrated Playwrights–One Night!

Amy Herzog will read from her latest work, Belleville, premiering February 2013 at the New York Theater Workshop. She will also read an excerpt from The Great God Pan, set to premiere this fall at Playwrights Horizon.

Will Eno’s Thom Pain (based on nothing) was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, and his Title and Deed was produced by the Signature Theatre in 2012. “He strikes me as being the real thing, a real playwright. He takes every chance,” wrote Edward Albee.

Thu, Apr 4, 8:15 pm
Lexington Avenue at 92nd Street
For tickets, visit 92Y.org/Readings or call 212.415.5500



Please remember that performances start promptly and latecomers may not be admitted until a suitable break.
There is a monitor in the lobby where late-comers can view the performance. If you leave the auditorium during the performance,
you may be asked to wait until a suitable break before you can reenter.