Red-Eye to Havre de Grace

Red-Eye to Havre de Grace

Creators Thaddeus Phillips, Jeremy Wilhelm, David Wilhelm, Geoff Sobelle and Sophie Bortolussi with Ean Sheehy
Music by Wilhelm Bros. & Co.
Direction and Stage Design Thaddeus Phillips

April 22, 2014—June 1, 2014

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NYTW Usual Suspect Thaddeus Phillips teams up with musical duo Wilhelm Bros. & Co. to create an action-opera about Edgar Allan Poe's last days.

Choreography Sophie Bortolussi
Costume Design Rosemarie Mckelvy
Lighting Design Drew Billiau
Sound Design Rob Kaplowitz
Stage Manager Lindsey Turteltaub

with Alessandra L. Larson, Ean Sheehy, David Wilhelm and Jeremy Wilhelm

Love and Information

Love and Information

Text Caryl Churchill
Direction James Macdonald

February 4, 2014—April 6, 2014

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Renowned playwright Caryl Churchill returns for her 7th American premiere at NYTW and pairs with award-winning director James Macdonald (A Number, Blasted, Top Girls) to create a theatrical kaleidoscope exploring more than a hundred characters as they try to make sense of what they find out. Produced in association with the Royal Court Theatre.

Scenic Design Miriam Buether
Costume Design Gabriel Berry and Andrea Hood
Lighting Design Peter Mumford
Sound Design Christopher Shutt
Musical Direction David Dabbon
Vocal Coach Kate Wilson
Stage Manager Christine Catti
Produced in Association with the Royal Court Theatre

with Phillip James Brannon, Randy Danson, Susannah Flood, Noah Galvin, Jennifer Ikeda, Karen Kandel, Irene Sofia Lucio, Nate Miller, Kellie Overbey, Adante Power, John Procaccino, Lucas Caleb Rooney, Maria Tucci, James Waterston and Zoƫ Winters

What’s It All About?

What’s It All About?

Music Burt Bacharach
Lyrics Hal David and others
Musical Arrangements Kyle Riabko
Direction Steven Hoggett

November 19, 2013—February 2, 2014

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A reintroduction to the music of Burt Bacharach through the eyes and ears of a new generation, musician and actor Kyle Riabko (Hair) performs.

Scenic Design Christine Jones and Brett Banakis
Costume Design Andrea Lauer
Lighting Design Japhy Weideman
Sound Design Clive Goodwin
Musical Direction Kyle Riabko
Casting Jim Carnahan, CSA
Stage Manager Lindsey Turteltaub
Conceived by Kyle Riabko and David Lane Seltzer

with Daniel Bailen, Laura Dreyfuss, James Nathan Hopkins, Nathaly Lopez, Kyle Riabko, James Williams and Daniel Woods

Fetch Clay, Make Man

Fetch Clay, Make Man

Text Will Power
Direction Des McAnuff

August 23, 2013—October 13, 2013

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Leading up to one of Cassius Clay's most anticipated fights, the boxing champion forms an unlikely friendship with the controversial Hollywood star Stepin Fetchit. This true story examines the meaning of strength, resilience and pride with a script by award-winning performer and playwright Will Power. Direction by Tony Award winner Des McAnuff (Jersey Boys).

Scenic Design Riccardo Hernandez
Costume Design Paul Tazewell
Lighting Design Howell Binkley
Soundscape Darron L West
Original Music Justin Ellington
Projection Design Peter Nigrini
Movement Consultant Lisa Shriver
Boxing Consultant Michael Olajide, Jr.
Stage Manager Megan Smith

with Ray Fisher, K. Todd Freeman, Anthony Gaskins, Nikki M. James, John Earl Jelks, Richard Masur and Jeremy Tardy