Holy Ghosts

Written by Romulus Linney

Directed by Judson Jones

Sound Design by Margaret Montagna

Scenic Design by Steven Brenman

Costume Design by Sherry Martinez

Lighting Design by Zach Murphy

Photography by James M. Wilson

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The church goers begin to worship by taking out snakes.  As they are dancing around with the serpents, the "Holy Ghost" enters the space.  They begin to slow down, and then freeze, in awe and reverence.

The Color Of Desire

Written by Nilo Cruz

Directed by Luis Morales

Sound Design by Margaret Montagna

Scenic Design by Anthony Freitas

Costume Design by Sherry Martinez

Lighting Design by Yi-Chung Chen

Photography by Kenneth Shook

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Preston wishes to have an affair with Belen, but only if she agrees to pretends to be his former lover.  Belen agrees, goes to his home, and seduces Preston.

Eurydice

Written by Sarah Ruhl

Directed by Julie Fain Lawrence

Sound Design by Margaret Montagna

Lighting Design by Jordan Bliese

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Eurydice falls down the stairs of the Nasty Man's apartment building, dies, and enters the Underworld.

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Eurydice and her father walk around the string room to say goodbye to each other.  After Eurydice's father exits, Orpehus comes in and Eurydice follows him around the string room.  Eurydice catches up with Orpheus, calls out his name, and turns around.  They reach for each other's hands,  pull apart, and say goodbye to each other for the last time.

A Chorus Line

Written by James Kirkwood Jr. and Nicholas Dante

Directed by Baayork Lee

Sound Design by Margaret Montagna

Scenic Design by Anastasia Roma

Costume Design by Amanda Jenks

Lighting Design by Sienna Gonzalez

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Val boasts about how her plastic surgery has improved her career.

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The group goes over the audition routine.  A reverb effect is put on their voices to suggest that the lines that they are saying aloud are actually only being thought in their heads. 

Look Back in Anger

Written by John Osborne

Directed by Dr. Ruis Woertendyke

Sound Design by Margaret Montagna

Scenic Design by Yamila Chiappe 

Costume Design by Sammy Mainzer

Lighting Design by David Shocket

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Alison and Helena are talking about their lives while preparing lunch.  Jimmy is out in the hallway playing his trumpet.  Helena complains about it loudly, and Jimmy responds by blasting a few notes.  The trumpet was recorded in the theatre to make it sound more natural, and played back through an off-stage speaker facing away from the stage to distance it.

MiddleTown

Written by Will Eno

Directed by Daniel Winerman

Sound Design by Margaret Montagna

Scenic Design by Shane Lowry

Costume Design by Stephanie Levin

Lighting Design by David Shocket

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In this scene, we meet Middletown's resident astronaut, who is currently in outer space.  During the transition into outpace we hear the sounds of a wind tunnel, accompanied with the recordings of the electromagnetic waves of the planets.  This abruptly stops, and we hear the deeps of the astronaut's space ship, as well as the sounds of space.

Les Liaisons Dangereuses

Written by Christopher Hampton

Directed by Dr. Ruis Woertendyke

Sound Design by Margaret Montagna

Scenic Design by Brooke Van Hensbergen

Costume Design by Brent Barkhaus

Lighting Design by Sienna Gonzalez

Original Music by David Margolin Lawson

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Prior to the begining of this transition, the Marquise de Merteuil has seduced and agreed to sleep with Chevalier Danceny.  As the music begins, Merteuil leads Danceny off stage.  They re-appear, Danceny naked and Merteuil with her dress unbuttoned, and She leads him across the stage behind the lace curtains using a dog collar and leash.  The scene change into the next scene then occurs, and as the lights come back up we can hear the song coming out of The Vicomte de Valmont's gramophone.