Collaboration Town and Sister Scars Present ALL GIRLS, 3/28-4/13

Collaboration Town and Sister Scars Present ALL GIRLS, 3/28-4/13

Collaboration Town in partnership with Sister Scars will present the World Premiere production of ALL GIRLS, written by Anna Greenfield (Norma and Claude Get Married at the Lee Strasberg Institute) and directed by Lee Sunday Evans (The Play About My Dad at 59E59). The production will feature Zoe Costello, Anna Greenfield, and Anna Ryan Konkle.

All Girls is a hyper real, sometimes surreal play about three teenage girls and one colossally scary mother. Trembling on the brink of womanhood, the girls act out with one another and their families in the most outrageous ways imaginable. It's also funny

The production will run March 28-April 13 at The Kraine Theater (85 East 4th Street between 2nd Avenue and Bowery); Thursday through Saturday at 8pm. Tickets ($18; $15 students & seniors) are available online at www.horseTRADE.info or by calling Smarttix at 212-868-4444.

Anna GreenFIELD (Playwright) is a working actor and writer living in Brooklyn. As an actor: The Play About My Dad by Boo Killebrew (CollaborationTown, 59East59th, directed by Lee Sunday Evans), New York Living by Thomas Bradshaw (The Great Recession, Flea Theater, directed by Ethan McSweeney), and I Have Loved Strangers by Anne Washburn (NYU, directed by Paul Lazar). As a writer: Good Play (NYU Shop Theater), Norma and Claude Get Married (work shopped at the Lee Strasberg Institute). She graduated from the Experimental Theater Wing at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts in 2008. She is a current member of the 2012-2013 Soho Rep writer/director lab and will have a reading of her new play, This is Gonna Be Great directed by Mary Birnbaum at Soho Rep in April.

LEE SUNDAY EVANS (Director) is a director and choreographer. Upcoming projects include The Caucasian Chalk Circle for the Waterwell Drama Program at the Professional Performing Arts School, and Help Me To Make It, a new play written by Boo Killebrew, Jordan Seavey, and Geo Decas, premiering in the 2013 Ice Factory Festival at The New Ohio Theater. Credits include: God's Ear (Juilliard), The Deepest Play Ever: The Catharsis of Pathos (New Ohio), The Big Fix (Brooklyn Arts Exchange), The Momentum (The Kraine, Laurie Beechman Theater, Emerging America's Festival, GLAAD Nomination, NYFringe Best Play), The Play About My Dad (59E59), The End of Life Project (Outside the Wire, Coatesville VA Medical Center). Lee has taught theater workshops in NYC Public schools, and is currently leading workshops on devised theater with the Waterwell Drama Program at PPAS. She has also led workshops in Arusha, Tanzania as a teaching artist with the International Theater & Literacy Program. Lee is an inaugural recipient of the Archive Alliance Residency at The New Ohio & IRT Theater, along with the other members of CollaborationTown's Artistic Core. BFA: Boston University.

COLLABORATION TOWN CTown's mission is to create ensemble-driven pieces of theater that defy expectations of how stories can be told in the theater; to maintain a consistent core ensemble which collaborates regularly with an ever-expanding community of artists; to create new plays that are relevant beyond traditional theater audiences. CTown creates with our unique ensemble devising process, asking artists to step outside individual, traditional roles in order to integrate different styles, opinions, emotions, backgrounds and philosophies into risky, humorous, and heartfelt new plays.

Select past productions include: The Deepest Play Ever: The Catharsis of Pathos (The New Ohio Theater), The Play About My Dad (59E59 Theaters), The Momentum (2012 GLAAD Media Award nominee, 2010 FringeNYC Overall Excellence Award winner, Emerging America Festival), Children at Play (The Living Theater, nominated for two New York Innovative Theatre Awards) and 6969 (59E59 Theaters; winner of three NYIT Awards: Best Ensemble, Best Featured Actress, and Best Actor). CollaborationTown has been selected for three residencies at Robert Wilson's Watermill Center in Watermill, NY, and three residencies with the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. CTown is currently in residence at The New Ohio Theatre an IRT as part of their Archive Alliance Residency.




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