JANUARY 2014

THE FAIRYTALE LIVES OF RUSSIAN GIRLS

YALE REPERTORY THEATER                  Directed by: Rachel Chavkin                   Written by: Meg Miroshnik


10/29/13

BARYSHNIKOV ART CENTER

ILLUSIONS by Ivan Viripaev. A workshop in December, 2013.

 ANNIE PURCELL IN ILLUSIONS

ANNIE PURCELL IN ILLUSIONS

Actor, director, and musician Cazimir Liske will develop a new production of Illusions by Ivan Viripaev, one of Russia’s leading contemporary playwrights. In this darkly comic work of theater, set in an ambiguous place resembling America, four actors take turns telling a story of two married couples. U.S.-born Liske, who has worked in Moscow theaters for nearly a decade, translated the text and will make his American directorial debut with the production’s premiere.


10/10/13

EVOLUTION OF PAIN

A hospital project.


06/17/13

BONES IN A BASKET

JUNE WORKSHOP:

Russian Fairy Tales.

Re-visiting a piece from the Yale Cabaret with wonderful Devin Brain, Danny Binstock, Blake Segal, Irene Lucio, Ben Horner, Pierre Bourgeois and Alex Hendrikson.


05/07/13

OPENING NIGHT 

Whole cast of Old Fashioned Prostitutes.

 OPNING NIGHT:  Rocco Sisto, Stephanie Hayes, Richard Foreman, Alenka Kraigher, Nicolas Norena and David Skeist.

OPNING NIGHT: Rocco Sisto, Stephanie Hayes, Richard Foreman, Alenka Kraigher, Nicolas Norena and David Skeist.

 Stephanie Hayes, Alenka Krigher & Rocco Sisto

Stephanie Hayes, Alenka Krigher & Rocco Sisto


02/01/13

RICHARD FOREMAN 

The role of Gabriella in Richard Foreman’s upcoming piece at the Public Theater.

Opens April 2013.


11/22/12

MARY BECOMING

Skirts. Power. Memory.

Photos by: Yi Zhao

Collaborators:

John Ransom Philips, AZ Kelsey, Charlotte Brathwaite, Jillian Taylor, Samuel Adams, Yi Zhao, Anne Davison, Carter Gill, Elisabeth Garret Groth, Grant McDonald, Stephanie Hayes, Slate Holmgren, Will Cobbs, Brad Kisicki, Marc Pontius,  Alex Gorman and Emily Goforth.


11/15/12

PRODUCING

MARY BECOMING
(or Mrs. President)

A play written by
John Ransom Phillips

directed by
Charlotte Brathwaite

 

“We suffer from the contrast between the heroic America we poeticize and the one we live in. We all seek the largeness of promise the generosity of faith, until we look around and see ourselves as we are.”

Nov 15, 16 & 17 (3 nights only)
7:30pm seating
8pm performance

313 E 58th Street
(bet 2nd & 3rd Ave)

FREE ADMISSION

SEATING IS LIMITED
To make a reservation and check availability please contact
rsvp@johnransomphillips.com


10/16/12

FEBRUARY HOUSE: ORIGINAL CAST RECORDING.

JOE'S PUB: ALBUM RELEASE


06/16/12

WONDER

After a lovely ride with the February House crew, Stephanie is spending the summer teaching voice and speech at Yale and pondering a new film script, a blog, Adina-work, songs for lovers, as well as trying to re-kindle her love affair with the big apple.   


05/12

FEBRUARY HOUSE

 THE NEW YORKER

THE NEW YORKER

 OPENING NIGHT: THE PUBLIC THEATER

OPENING NIGHT: THE PUBLIC THEATER

 Erika Mann

Erika Mann

 Erika Mann

Erika Mann

 Erika Mann with her brother. 

Erika Mann with her brother.