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Jaded Eyes Arts Collective Presents THE FOX, Now thru 7/26

Jaded Eyes Arts Collective Presents THE FOX, Now thru 7/26

Jaded Eyes Arts Collective presents the NYC revival of The Fox by Allan Miller this July. Unseen in New York City since its debut at the Roundabout Theatre in 1982, The Fox promises to bring to the stage a riveting exploration of powerful themes on male/female power dynamics, femininity, sexuality, and the complex relationship between our physical and mental desires. Tickets can be purchased by visiting

Set in rural England in 1918, the three-person psychological drama first introduces Nellie and Jill, two friends who have chosen to reject traditional domestic roles to fend for themselves on an isolated farmstead. Facing myriad hardships, including weak crops and a sly fox wreaking havoc on their hens, they are unexpectedly approached by Henry, a charismatic, capable soldier making his way home after the war. Henry offers to catch the fox and help on the farm in exchange for food and shelter, and he soon becomes an integral part of the household and a dominating force in the women's lives. But neither of them could anticipate how this stranger may alter their future and their relationship forever.

Cast includes: Clea Straus Rivera as Nellie, Elizabeth Elkins as Jill, and Matt Savins as Henry. Director is Jordan Dann.

Creative team includes: Nicole Carroll (Sound Designer), Leonie Ettinger (PR/Marketing Associate), Aaron Kass (Assistant Stage Manager), Paul Kim (Production Stage Manager), Yuki Nakase (Lighting Designer), Kimie Nishikawa (Scenic Designer), and Mira Veikley (Costume Designer).

Jaded Eyes Arts Collective was founded in 2014 by Matt Savins to produce accessible, provocative, and engaging work through a myriad of artistic mediums for the New York audience. For more info, check

The limited run will take place:

Opening tonight, July 18 with additional showings Saturday, July 19 and Wednesday, July 23-Saturday, July 26. Performances are at 7:30pm with a 2pm matinee on Saturdays July 19 and 26.

Tickets are $18 and can be purchased at

The Gene Frankel Theatre is located on 24 Bond Street, New York, NY between The Bowery and Lafayette Avenue.

Director Jordan Dann and the cast are available for interviews.

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