BU School of Theatre presents THREE DAYS OF RAIN
After months of planning and rehearsal, this week my undergraduate thesis performance as Walker and Ned in Richard Greenberg's THREE DAYS OF RAIN opens!
THREE DAYS OF RAIN is being presented as one of eight productions in STAMP 2015's spring season. STAMP 2015 is a theatre company in residence at Boston University's School of Theatre of which I am a proud member.
The production is directed by Eliza Ryan and runs April 29 - May 2 at the College of Fine Arts' Studio 270A@808.
THREE DAYS OF RAIN also features fellow STAMP company members Jake Murphy as Pip/Theo and Jenna Bilgore as Nan/Lina. The production is directed by Eliza Ryan and stage managed by Chandler Dalton, with scenic design by Ariane McDonald, lighting design by Kelly Martin, and costume design by Emma Connelly.
“Do things really stay secret that long?” Richard Greenberg’s intricate drama THREE DAYS OF RAIN demonstrates the mysteries of the heart that parents bequeath to their children. Greenberg constructs a split-level view of a family history with six roles written for three actors to play two generations: the first act is the family in 1995 dreaming the past; the second act is the family in 1960 dreaming the future. When the play is finished, the audience will know more than any of the characters ever could. Help STAMP 2015 put the puzzle together at Boston University School of Theatre April 19 - May 2!
I am so proud to bring my undergraduate training to culmination sharing the stage with two close and gifted peers in such a heartfelt, challenging, and vital contemporary play. It has been a wild ride and it is a privilege to share my work at the School of Theatre one last time.
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