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Photos: First Look at Lincoln Center Theater/LCT3's THE NOSEBLEED

THE NOSEBLEED is an intimate autobiography that explores playwright/director Aya Ogawa's fractured relationship with their long-deceased and enigmatic father.

Lincoln Center Theater/LCT3 production of The Nosebleed began performances on July 16 and will run for six weeks only through Sunday, August 28 at the Claire Tow Theater (150 West 65 Street). Opening night is Monday, August 1. A new play written and directed by Aya Ogawa, Ogawa will also be featured in the production, along with Drae Campbell, Ashil Lee, Chris Manley, Saori Tsukada, and Kaili Y. Turner.

Get a first look at photos below!

THE NOSEBLEED is an intimate autobiography that explores playwright/director Aya Ogawa's fractured relationship with their long-deceased and enigmatic father. Through a series of turbulent, absurd, and poignantly comic vignettes, Ogawa reveals the seemingly insurmountable cultural and generational gap between themselves and their father, and the questions they face in their own motherhood today. A theatrical memorial and healing ritual for the audience, this darkly humorous, tender, and inventive play considers how we inherit and bequeath failure, and what it takes to forgive.

THE NOSEBLEED will have sets and costumes by Jian Jung, lighting by Jeanette Oi-Suk Yew, and sound by Megumi Katayama. Leah V. Pye is the Stage Manager.

Photo credit: Julieta Cervantes

The Nosebleed
Ashil Lee and Drae Campell

The Nosebleed
Ashil Lee, Saori Tsukada, Drae Campbell and Kaili Y. Turner

The Nosebleed
Aya Ogawa

The Nosebleed
Aya Ogawa

The Nosebleed
Saori Tsukada, Ashil Lee, Drae Campbell and Kaili Y. Turner

The Nosebleed
The company



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Photos: Go Inside Opening Night of Lincoln Center Theater/LCT3s THE NOSEBLEED Photo
Lincoln Center Theater/LCT3 production of The Nosebleed will run for six weeks only through Sunday, August 28 at the Claire Tow Theater. Check out photos from opening night here!

VIDEO: Get a First Look at Lincoln Center Theater/LCT3s THE NOSEBLEED Photo
Lincoln Center Theater/LCT3 production of The Nosebleed will run through Sunday, August 28 at the Claire Tow Theater. A new play written and directed by Aya Ogawa, Ogawa will also be featured in the production, along with Drae Campbell, Ashil Lee, Chris Manley, Saori Tsukada, and Kaili Y. Turner. Get a first look at footage of the production here!


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