Now Playing: A DELICATE SHIP

NOW EXTENDED THROUGH MARCH 24TH!

A DELICATE SHIP

By Anna Ziegler

Directed by Andre Barron

A haunting love triangle triggers an unexpected chain of events in this poetic play.
In the early stages of a new relationship, Sarah and Sam are lovers happily discovering
each other. But when Nate, Sarah’s best friend since childhood, shows up unannounced
on Sarah’s doorstep, she’s left questioning what and who she wants in this humorous
and heartbreaking look at love, memory, and the decisions that alter life’s course.

CAST:

Sam – Philip Orazio

Sarah – Paris Perrault

Nate – Josh Zuckerman

 

Fight Director:
Bjorn Johnson

Assistant Director:
Jacob Smith

 

DESIGN TEAM

Scenic Design: Sarah B. Brown

Lighting Design: Jared A. Sayeg

Sound Design: Cricket Myers

Projection Design/Video: Nick Santiago

Costume Design: Michele Young

Property Manager: Christine Joëlle

A DELICATE SHIP is produced by Brian M. Cole & Makena Metz

A DELICATE SHIP runs through March 24th
at the Road Theatre on Magnolia, located inThe NoHo Senior Arts Colony, 10747 Magnolia Blvd. in North Hollywood.

Run time is approximately an hour and 25 minutes.
There is no intermission.

 

 

JUST ADDED!

Tickets now available for A DELICATE SHIP
with our alternate cast!

Featuring Stephen Tyler Howell, Allison Blaize, and  Hunter Garner

ONLY SIX PERFORMANCES!
Thursday 2/22 8pm
Tuesday 2/27 8pm
Tuesday 3/6 8pm
Thursday 3/8 8pm
Saturday 3/10 3pm
Tuesday 3/13 8pm

Get your tickets NOW- they will go fast!

 

A Delicate Ship Cast Interview

Director Andre Barron and Playwright Anna Ziegler

Anna:
I remember wanting to write a play that took place in a single evening. I’d never done that before. And I wanted the play to build to one major event.

Andre:
You really play with time and memory in this story. You appear to liquify the past, present and future. What are your thoughts on that concept and what are the challenges in it?

Anna:
These were definitely the challenges I set for myself.

Andre:
Your characters are very complex. There is an existential pain and questioning in the hearts and minds of these early 30 year olds. What are they searching for?


Anna:
As far as the setting goes, and the characters, I think I was in some ways inspired by the building where my husband grew up. I didn’t grow up in an apartment building, and it always sounded so wonderful to me, the experience of having some of your best friends so close at hand, these friends you practically live with who become like siblings. It felt very romantic to me. So I wanted to peek behind the curtain at one of those friendships. 

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