Out Cry

Out Cry

About

With: Mia Katigbak*, Eduardo Machado*

Directed by Thom Sesma

Run

November 29 – December 21, 2008
Previews: November 29, 30
Opening Night: December 2
Tuesdays – Saturdays, 7:00, Sundays, 3:00

The Abingdon Theatre
312 West 36th Street (just west of 8th Avenue)

Tickets: $15 (previews), $20 (run)

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(212) 868-4444

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Production Staff

Gordon Walker: Assistant Director
Krystal Banzon: Assistant Director
Czerton Lim: Set Designer
Stephen Petrilli: Lighting Designer
Candida K. Nichols: Costume Designer
Jane Shaw: Sound Designer
William P. Steele: Postcard Designer
Michael G. Chin: Fight Choreography
Leta Tremblay: Stage Manager

Reviews

The play contains plenty of Williams’s trademark savage intensity and beautiful, poetic strangeness, and is a potent commentary on the easily blurred lines between fiction and reality.

(Martin Denton: NYTheatre.com)

NAATCO’s re-animation of this haunting coda evokes the proper tawdriness, especially Czerton Lim’s cluttered set

(James Hannaham: Village Voice)

It was Ms. Shaw’s voice that resounded clearly and took us though William’s painful and humorous look at fear…I do recommend this production to playwrights and directors. The play shows what a lot of Americans are faced with now

(Suzanna Bowling: NY Broadway Examiner)

Photos

Out Cry
(Photographer: Czerton Lim)

Out Cry
(Photographer: Czerton Lim)

Out Cry
(Photographer: Czerton Lim)

Out Cry
(Photographer: Czerton Lim)

Out Cry
(Photographer: Czerton Lim)

Out Cry
(Photographer: Czerton Lim)

Notes

In Tennessee Williams’ OUT CRY, Felice and Clare, two actors on tour, siblings, are abandoned by their company in a decrepit theatre in an unknown place. Threatened by panic and fear these two actors perform “The Two-Character Play,” whose characters are named Felice and Clare, brother and sister, which may or may not be about the “real” Felice and Clare. OUT CRY was first presented in New York in 1973. Earlier versions of the work, which premiered in London in 1967, were presented abroad under the title THE TWO-CHARACTER PLAY.

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