Bloom Bloom Pow will have its world premiere at Corkscrew Theatre Festival in New York City!
(Originally slated to be produced in August 2020, the festival has postponed the world premiere productions until August 2021, due to coronavirus restrictions.)
more information about the festival can be found here: https://corkscrewfestival.org/
directed by Katherine Wilson
co-produced by Emma Maltby and Brittany Proia
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While their parents party upstairs Like It’s 1999, five young girls count down to Y2K and wonder what The End Of The World will look like from their basement. Childhood games unravel the truths their parents won’t tell them, and each must decide what they owe to the people they call family.
An homage to the girls who raised us when our parents weren't watching.
RSVP on the Facebook Event for Play Date @ Pete's Candy Store
Currently taking a great audition class at ESPA with NYC casting directors in indie film, theatre, and TV.
"Ms Simon brings an energetic persona to Logan with a mix of emotionally charged urgency that is endearing yet nerve racking" - Broadway World
"Logan, played with energy and a high dose of stress by Genevieve Simon" - Sarasota Herald-Tribune
"just the right air of comic sincerity and intensity...Simon has a firm command of her character as an artist who both believes in and doubts herself." -Sarasota Magazine
photo: Dylan Jon Wade Cox
Heading to Sarasota, Florida to play Logan in Larissa Fasthorse's satire The Thanksgiving Play!
Is it possible for a troupe of all-white teaching artists to create a culturally sensitive pageant to celebrate Native American Heritage Month? Subversive, absurd and endearing, The Thanksgiving Play is a blistering satire that hilariously dissects political correctness, just in time for the holidays.
Directed by Larissa Lury
November 8 - December 15, 2019
Wednesday - Saturday at 8pm, Sunday at 2pm
Delighted to be back in the room at Ensemble Studio Theatre for another reading of Susan Bernfield's excellent play Sizzle Sizzle Fly, a drama about Frances “Poppy” Northcutt, the first female engineer to work in NASA’s Mission Control.
Directed by Linsay Firman, sound design by Kate Marvin.
Sizzle Sizzle Fly had its first public reading in January 2017 as part of that year’s First Light Festival.
Click to listen to a short interview from KVNO promoting Nebraska Shakespeare's Hamlet!
June 23-July 7
photo: Chris Holtmeier
Heading to Omaha this summer to play Hamlet for Nebraska Shakespeare!
"A young man returns home from school abroad to attend the funeral of his father. Too soon after, he finds himself at the wedding of his mother and his uncle. A ghost. A struggle with destiny. A cry of players. A sparrow. A lost love. Shakespeare’s most popular tragedy journeys through a deep and painful inspection of humanity, ambition, and mortality; an electrifying tale laced with deception and terror."
Directed by John Hardy
June 27- July 6
Nebraska Shakespeare on the Green
Spending the week at Ensemble Studio Theatre workshopping Susan Bernfield's play Sizzle Sizzle Fly, under the direction of Linsay Firman.
It’s December 1968, Apollo 8 has gone behind the moon, and under her black headset Poppy Northcutt, Mission Control’s first woman engineer, holds her breath.
March 1 at 7pm
March 2 at 3pm
Reserve your seat!