Photo Flash: Concrete Temple Theatre's ALONE IN TRIPTYCH Begins Tonight at HERE
Concrete Temple Theatre presents the World Premiere of Alone in Triptych, written by Renee Philippi and co-directed by Eric Nightengale and Renee Philippi. Alone in Triptych runs from today, March 13 - 30, 2014 in a limited engagement at HERE, located at 145 6th Avenue (Enter on Dominick, 1 block south of Spring) in New York City. Previews begin March 13 for a March 16 opening. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the cast below!
From the critically acclaimed Concrete Temple Theatre comes Alone in Triptych, an alternately thrilling, disturbing and darkly humorous play that investigates the hidden connections between three people linked by their aloneness. On their journeys of self-discovery, mythology collides with the modern world to reveal a universe filled with vivid imaginary, haunting music and a heightened poetic language. Emotional, vivid and hauntingly lyrical, this exploration of isolation and connection promises to be an evening of intense, intimate revelations.
The cast includes Vera Beren (Automatic Earth at Signature Theatre, House of Bugs at Ontological, Charles Mee''s Fire Island at 3 Legged Dog), Catherine Porter (Co-Founder/Artistic Director of Obie Award-winning Peculiar Works Project, 2010 NYTheatre.com Person of the Year) and Michael Tomlinson (Uncle Vanya, Pal Joey and The Prime Of Miss Jean Brodie at Royal National Theatre London).
The creative team includes Carlo Adinolfi (Set & Lighting Design), Stefan Hagen (Projection Design), Vera Beren (Sound Design) and Amy Rose Marsh (Dramaturg). Casey McLain is the Production Stage Manager.
Performances are Wednesdays - Saturdays at 8:30pm, Mondays at 8:30pm and Sundays at 4pm. Tickets are $18 and $15 for students and seniors and can be purchased online at www.here.org or by calling 212-352-3101. The running time is 75 minutes. For info visit http://ConcreteTempleTheatre.com, follow on Twitter at @ConcreteTemple, and Like them on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/ConcreteTempleTheatre.
Photo Credit: Stefan Hagen