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Sea Dog Theater presents
THE WORLD PREMIERE OF
“THE RARE BIOSPHERE”
APRIL 25th - MAY 19th
61 Gramercy Park North NYC
THE RARE BIOSPHERE by Chris Cragin Day is a timely, relevant, and powerful new play inspired by real-life immigration conflicts happening on a daily basis in this country. Given our current polarized political climate, it is easy to forget that behind these political issues are real people whose stories matter, and must be told. Sea Dog Theater, whose mission is to tell stories of alienation and reconciliation, has the incredible opportunity to bring to life one such story with this world premiere.
The production stars Natalia Plaza as Sophie and Zac Owens as Steven. The production features direction by Christopher J. Domig, scenic and lighting design by Guy De Lancey, costume design by Emily White, sound design by Tye Hunt Fitzgerald (White Noise), movement by Lea Fulton and Harrison Corthell serves as the stage manager with Jack Meriwether and Anna Hopson as Assistant Stage Managers. PR Representation provided by Katie Rosin/Kampfire PR (Press). Sea Dog team includes: Janelle Garcia Domig, Whitney Bahr, Jennifer Hibbs, Peyton Price and Anna Hopson.
Performance dates listed below
What people are saying...
"Absorbing, relevant, throught-provoking, honest, resonant"
"What is on offer is a powerful presentation of what is becoming an all-to-common tragedy - a hard-working immigrant family ripped apart by our country's draconian laws. And though it is done with passion, it is also clever, humorous and real."
Check out more reviews at Show-Score.com
Thursday, April 25th at 8PM SOLD OUT
Friday, April 26th at 8PM
Saturday, April 27th at 3PM
Saturday, April 27th at 8PM
Sunday, April 28th at 8PM OPENING*
Wednesday, May 1st at 8PM
Thursday, May 2nd at 8PM
Friday, May 3rd at 8PM
Saturday, May 4th at 3PM *Ticket sharing with Mother To Mother Brooklyn, a non-profit that supports immigrant mothers with ESL classes and childcare.
Saturday, May 4th at 8PM
Wednesday, May 8th at 8PM
Thursday, May 9th at 8PM
Friday, May 10th at 8PM
Saturday, May 11th at 3PM *Ticket sharing with FeLT NYC, a non-profit created by women to support immigrants and refugees through ESL and practical workshops.
Saturday, May 11th at 8PM
Wednesday, May 15th at 8PM
Thursday, May 16th at 8PM
Friday, May 17th at 8PM
Saturday, May 18th at 3PM *Ticket sharing with Restoration Immigration Legal Aid, a volunteer-based non-profit that provides pro bono legal assistants to immigrants and refugees in the Arlington and DC area.
Saturday, May 18th at 8PM* Cancelled
Sunday, May 19th at 8PM CLOSING
“The Last Days Of Judas Iscariot” by Stephen Adly Guirgis
March 29, 2019
St. George’s Episcopal Church
Thank you for joining us for The Last Days of Judas Iscariot in the historic sanctuary of St. George’s Episcopal Church. We had an incredibly talented cast, setting, and audience! It was a dream of ours to produce this reading. We are thrilled to say it was our largest event yet!
Directed by Kimille Howard, the excellent cast features Ethan Hova, Kevin Mambo, Shaun Fauntleroy, Kara Young, Osh Ghanimah, Mouna R’Miki, Rachel Ticotin, Rajesh Bose, Gregg Mozgala, Chris Domig, Anne Richardson Hansen, James Yaegashi, Anthony Ruiz and Kamel Boutros
Friday, January 18th — “Constellations” by Nick Payne
Friday, December 14th — “A Christmas Tapestry”
Saturday, November 17th — “An Evening of Art, Words, & Music”
Friday, October 19th — "The Office Party" by Václav Havel
Friday, September 21st — “The (Almost) Unforgettable Edwin Booth” by Don Chaffer
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