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Wandering Bark Theatre Company Presents HEDDA (GABLER)

Ibsen's simmering, shimmering tale of a woman too large for her destiny gets a fresh adaptation, streamlined into a gilded juggernaut of secrecy and manipulation. Wandering Bark creates a collision of past and present to build a Hedda where the story's the same, but The Devil's in the details.

Hedda Tesman (née Gabler) has everything, but wants none of it. Sealed in the coffin of a big house, a convenient marriage to a boring husband, and a dead-end existence as a woman in a man's world, Hedda can do nothing but dream and decay. But when an old flame flickers back under her palm, her hungry heart ignites a blaze of lust, deceit, and manipulation that could consume more lives than just her own.

IN RESIDENCE: September 20- October 10, 2016

PERFORMANCES: Sep. 23-October 8, 2016

Tuesdays- Saturdays 8pm, Sundays 3pm

At IRT: 154 Christopher st. NYC #3B (third floor)

Running time 90 minutes

PRICE: $18 full Price Tickets at Door, $15 advance purchase discount

http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2583072 , 1-800-838-3006

To arrange industry and press tickets email contact@wandering-bark.org

Featuring Quinn Franzen*, Terence MacSweeny*, Kathleen Marsh*,

Valerie Redd*, Kyle Schaefer*, Susanna Stahlmann*

*indicates member AEA* Appearing courtesy of Actors' Equity Association

Hedda (Gabler) features Choreography by Brad Landers, Scenic & Lighting Design by David McQuillen Robertson, Costume Design by Jason Frey, Sound Design by Kevin Novinsky, Assistant Sound Design by Jordan Antonucci, Production Stage Manager Aldora Neal, Stage Manager Lyndsey Barratt. Produced by Wandering BArk Theatre Company and Jack Sharkey.

WANDERING BARK THEATRE CO. is a New York City based group founded in 2011, dedicated to exploring and adapting classical theatre, highlighting the universality of its themes with bold and experimental productions. Wandering-bark.org

IRT Theater is a grassroots laboratory for independent theater and performance in New York City, providing space and support to a new generation of artists. Tucked away in the old Archive Building in Greenwich Village, IRTs mission is to build a community of emerging and established artists by creating a home for the development and presentation of new work. Some of the artists we have supported include Young Jean Lee, Reggie Watts and Mike Daisey.

Joseph Mitchell PARKS (Director/Co-Artistic Director) New York Theatre credits include: Titus Andronicus (New York Shakespeare Exchange), Short Life of Trouble, The Seagull, Othello (Wandering BArk Theatre Company), Much Ado About Nothing (Secret Theatre), King Lear, Henry IV, A Midsummer Night's Dream (Shakespeare NYC), The Soldier Dreams (Theatre East). U/S National Tour of Romeo and Juliet (The Acting Company). Selected Film and Television credits include: The Sonnet Project (#115), Gossip Girl, Blood Night and North Crossing. Company member of Theatre East and Shakespeare NYC. Member AEA. Associate Producer for The Acting Company.

Valerie Redd (Hedda/Co-Artistic Director) New York Theatre credits include: The Tooth of Crime (Columbia Stages), Richard III (Shakespeare in the Parking Lot), Christopher Marlowe's Chloroform Dreams (Lunar Energy), Eye of God (Theatre East). With Wandering Bark: Short Life of Trouble (NYIT Nomination Outstanding Ensemble), The Seagull, Othello. Regional Theatre credits include: All My Sons, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Metamorphoses, You Can't Take it With You (Mary Moody Northen Theatre). London Theatre: La Dispute (London Soho Theatre and Edinburgh Fringe). Film credits: Nouvelle York, Shaking. Writing credits: Othello (Adapter), Short Life of Trouble (Creator/Writer/Adapter), The Witches (Writer/Adapter). Valerie made her directorial debut with The Witches. Member AEA. Training: St. Edward's University B.A. Theatre Arts (Physical/Devised Theatre), Masters Level/ Postgraduate Classical Acting at The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. VALERIEREDD.COM


MATT MINNICINO is a playwright, actor, teacher, and theatre-maker. His words have been spoken at HERE Arts Center, The Pershing Square Signature Center, Theater for the New City, The Flea, Dixon Place, The Cell, The Bushwick Starr, Cloud City, The 14th Street Y, The Tank, and site-specific venues throughout New York City; his plays have been also performed at universities and schools in Virginia, New York, DC, North Carolina, and Colorado, and in the New York, Shenandoah, and New Orleans Fringe Festivals. He is artistically associated with Brooklyn's Exquisite Corpse Company, Artilliers, Underling Productions, Cradle Theatre, Bicephaly Pictures, and is a frequent actor with Easy Leap and Reckless BaRD Productions. He is a teaching artist with the American Shakespeare Center in Staunton, VA, mentors undergraduate playwrights at Columbia University, and has had articles published by HowlRound and The Dramatist. MFA: Columbia.



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