Wide Eyed Productions And Columbia University Present HENRY VI PART III 7/1-24

Wide Eyed Productions in association with Columbia University School of the Arts Theatre Arts Program Presents William Shakespeare's

Henry VI part III
Directed by Adam Marple
Performances:

JULY 1-JULY 24 @ EAST 13th STREET THEATRE
Previews:
July 1, 2, 3 @ 8pm

Opens:
July 7 @ 8pm
July 8 @8pm
July 9 @ 8pm
July 10 @ 2pm & 8pm
July 11 @ 2pm
July 14 @ 8pm
July 15 @ 8pm
July 16 @ 8pm
July 17 @ 2pm & 8pm
July 18 @ 2pm
July 21 @ 8pm
July 22 @ 8pm
July 23 @ 8pm
July 24 @ 2pm & 8pm

Shows run Wednesday- Saturday @ 8pm
Saturday & Sunday at 2pm

All performances are at the East 13th Street Theatre,
136 E. 13th Street (btwn 3rd & 4th Avenues)
Subway
4, 5, 6, N, R trains to 14th Street, Union Square. Walk South one block to 13th Street and turn Left. CSC is located on the South side of the street, just before you reach 3rd Avenue.

Tickets $25 for adults; $20 for Students and Seniors.
For tickets visit www.wideeyedproductions.com
Also available for purchase at the door


Wide Eyed Productions in association with Columbia University School Of The Arts Theatre Arts Program presents William Shakespeare'S HENRY VI PART 3 July 1 - July 24 at East 13th Street Theatre. This is Wide Eyed's third theatrical season in NYC, and Henry VI is the company's eleventh full-length production under founding artistic director Kristin Skye Hoffmann. Wide Eyed Productions was named a 2009 Person Of The Year by nytheatre.com.

Revenge and ambition battle for the crown in the bloodiest chapter of the English Civil War. Henry VI part 3 stands on its own as an epic political struggle and (fans revel) tells the origin story of Shakespeare's most abominable monarch, Richard III. Wide Eyed partners with the world-renowned Columbia University Directing MFA program in shining new light on the Bard of Avon's infamous history cycle.

The Company
CAST:
The cast will feature Al Foote III*, Amy Lee Pearsall, Andrew Harriss, Sky Seals*, Jake Paque, Ben Newman*, Kelly McCrann, Justin R.G. Holcomb*, William Webber, Bari Robinson, Lucy McRae, Kym Smith, Justin Ness*, Jerrod Bogard, Candace Thompson, Trevor Dallier, Moses Villarama, R. Paul Hamilton* and Nat Cassidy

*Appearing courtesy Actors' Equity Association.

Creative Team:
The creative team will include Set Designer Ji-youn Chang, Lighting Designer Joe Novak, Costume Designer Annie Simon, Sound Designer Colin Whitely and will be Stage Managed by Pisa Waikwamdee.

Director: Adam Marple
Adam Marple is a native of Atlanta, Georgia where he first began working in the theatre at the age of seven. Adam attended Wright State University where he was awarded the inaugural Martin Sheen scholarship for excellence in Theatre. After working with Lawrence Sacharow in Italy, he joined The Workcenter of Jerzy Grotowski in Pontedera, Italy. Adam then began directing and teaching for The Actors Theatre of Louisville, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, The Children's Theatre of Cincinnati and the Ohio Board of Education. Adam has since worked Regionally, Off-Broadway, and Internationally in Canada, Italy, France, and Singapore.

He is the Founding Artistic Director of The Necessary Theatre Company in New York. He is a member of the Society of American Fight Directors, SSDC, Lincoln Center Directors Lab, and La MaMa Umbria's International Directors Symposium.

His work includes his own adaptation and translation of Dante Alighieri's Inferno, Cherry Orchard, and The Tempest amongst others. He has his Masters degree in Directing from Columbia University, where his mentors were Anne Bogart, RoBert Woodruff, and Brian Kulick. Adam currently assists world-renowned scenographer and architect Jean Guy Lecat and director Romeo Castellucci

Artistic Director, Wide Eyed Productions: Kristin Skye Hoffmann
Kristin Skye Hoffmann is the Co-Founder and Artistic Director of Wide Eyed Productions. She is also a member of the nytheatre.com review squad. Kristin has directed such pieces A Midsummer Night's Dream (Queen's Garden Stage), The Accommodation by Paul Cohen (Endtimes Vignette's for the Apocalypse), One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Much Ado About Nothing, The Medea (Wide Eyed Productions/Hudson Shakespeare Company), Plays for the Sunni Triangle by Jerrod Bogard and In Sheep's Clothing (Strawberry One Act Festival Finalist). She is a part time acting coach and full-time artist and lover of life.

Wide Eyed is...

WIDE EYED PRODCUTIONS is a New York City-based collective of artists dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in risk-taking, relevant theatre. Our core ensemble is committed to the birth of new works and also the rebirth of the classic texts. Through our collaborative process Wide Eyed discovers and creates theatre that both stimulates the imagination and awakens the public's passion for high standards in the performing arts.

Wide Eyed was born September 8, 2007 and was founded by Kristin Skye Hoffmann, Liz White and Sky Seals, all graduates of University of Northern Colorado's performing arts program. Wide Eyed Productions was built as a platform for talented people to be recognized, and to be a place where quality productions abound. This is Wide Eyed's third theatrical season in NYC, and Henry VI part III is the company's eleventh full-length production under founding artistic director Kristin Skye Hoffmann. Wide Eyed Productions was also named a 2009 Person Of The Year by nytheatre.com.

"You should certainly keep your eyes wide for whatever they do next."
---Jack Hanley, nytheatre.com

"Wide Eyed Productions not only keeps the audience interested...but the actors appear to be having a genuinely good time doing so." ---William Coyle, Off Off Online

"This wacky ensemble performance is strangely uplifting and...thoroughly heartwarming....A World Elsewhere kept me engaged, amused and actually moved by its nonsensical singsong and dance." --- Lindsay Kaplan, Time Out NY

"Some very committed physical comedians... and actors trading some very bizarre but funny lines... keeps A Devil Inside's audience immersed in its strange, rapturous odyssey 'til the terrible end." ---Mary Block, The L Magazine


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