This riveting play is “set within the frame of a drowning world controlled by a fascist regime. Flood explores the relationship between the young Anders and the aging Jacob. Jacob does everything in his power to break Anders’ indoctrination and stop the young man from walking a path from which there may be no return.”
Meet your Playwright:
Andrew Heinrich lives in San Antonio, Texas, and is working towards his MFA in Dramatic Writing at Texas State University. His play Terminal C was recognized as a national semifinalist for the KCACTF John Cauble award for Best Short Play (2016/2017), and was recently produced as a part of the New Works Festival at Texas State. Flood was developed at the MFA Playwrights Workshop hosted by the Kennedy Center and the National New Play Network. Andrew’s play Instructions for Dancing will be produced as a part of the 2018 season at Texas State University. Andrew also works as a violence designer, actor, and folk musician.
Meet your Director:
Matthew Singletary is a Los Angeles based freelance director that has directed a handful of short films and over fifty theatrical productions in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and for theaters and universities across the United States. He received his BA in Theatre from Alma College and his MFA in Directing from The Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. www.MattSingletary.com
Jacob…Stephen Tobolowsky (AEA)
Anders…Adam Farabee (AEA)
Stage Directions…Kay Capasso
Sunday, July 30th 8:00 pm
The Road on Lankershim
(5108 Lankershim Boulevard, North Hollywood, CA 91601)
No reservations or advance tickets.
Admission is a $15 suggested donation.
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