03 Apr Fall 2015: Kitchen Sink Experiment(s)
*Advanced sales only. Tickets will not be sold at the door.
Announcing our Fall 2015 production…
KITCHEN SINK EXPERIMENT(S)
Written by Colby Day (Felix & The Diligence)
Directed by Andrew J. Scoville (The Tenant)
A scientist from the local university observes Simone & Brian in their natural habitat for one week. Sex, relationship talks, and Schrödinger’s cat soon follow.
Kitchen Sink Experiment(s) will mark the longest running production
in our company’s history which is set for a 3 week run this Fall!
P L A Y W R I G H T
Colby Day tells stories about people, robots, and monsters dealing with feelings bigger and older than we can ever understand. He is a playwright and filmmaker based in Brooklyn, NY. His plays have been developed and produced by Crashbox Theater Company, Pipeline Theatre Company, UglyRhino, Theater for the New City, and The Tank. He is a twice-participating member of Pipeline Theatre Company’s PlayLab (2014-15), and has been a writer in residence with TRE & The In-Between People . . . read more: www.ColbyDay.com
D I R E C T O R
Andrew J. Scoville is a Brooklyn based theater artist. He is currently working as Associate Director on Here Lies Love in New York City, London and Sydney. He most recently directed Love Machine at Incubators Arts Project. He conceived and directed All the Rats and Rags at Joe’s Pub featuring Tim Fite, an original piece stitching together Fite’s album Fair Ain’t Fair with the story of Oliver Twist. He is currently developing A Way to Reach Me with Kevin Armento which has had workshops at New Ohio Theater, Hollywood Fringe Festival and Naked Angels. He is a co-Founder/co-Director of Fresh Ground Pepper , a monthly series which curates a wide variety of theatrical experiments. . . . read more: http://www.andrewjscoville.com/