Onomatopoeia Theatre to Present A DREAM PLAY, 11/7-17

The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company presents A Dream Play by August Strindberg, adapted by Thomas R. Gordon. An existential inspection of happiness and suffering, the play will run November 7 - 17th, 2013.

The daughter of Indra has come to earth seeking an understanding of humankind. On her journey she sees stories, people, and places merge and break like the waves of the sea. Can she understand why people suffer in a world so beautiful? Is there hope for humankind? Will we be able to find happiness?

Help us search for these answers as The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company presents a compassionate examination of the play Strindberg called "My greatest joy".

The show runs November 7th - 17th at The Gene Frankel Theatre, 24 Bond Street, New York, NY 10012. Tickets: $20 - Regular; $15 - Discount Code; $10 - Student. MTA - 6 - (Bleeker); F, B & D - (Broadway/Lafayette); Cross Streets - Bond St. & Lafayette St. (Manhattan). For more information, visit http://www.theonomatopoeiatheatrecompany.com/a-dream-play.html.


Miranda Webster - Ensemble

Finn Kilgore - Ensemble

Nathan Winkelstein - Ensemble

Caiti Latimer - Ensemble

Nikki Pope - Ensemble

Chapman Riedel - Ensemble

J. Michael Evans - Ensemble

Alexandra Porter - Ensemble

Polly Korbel - Ensemble

James Conway - Ensemble


Director - Thomas R. Gordon
Production Manager - Tasha Partee

Stage Manager - Samantha Ryel
Costume Director - Charlotte Gaspard

Costume Design - Al Malonga
Set Designer - Zach Serafin

Lighting Designer - Brian Henderson

OTC's Mission: Our goal is to produce theatre for the New York City community that not only entertains audiences but also enlightens and educates everyone involved. We wish to help foster connections between local communities and local organizations, as well as serve as a catalyst for further education, discussion and study about theatre and the arts. We specifically want to focus on creating theatre that speaks for the underdog, whoever that may be. From doing a classic piece of theatre to experimenting with new possibilities in performance art, nothing is too big or too small for The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company. We are dedicated to producing shows that can change a person's heart and imagination! Our hope is that The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company will regularly serve as a safe space for dreams and new ideas for years to come.

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