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Chautauqua Theater Company NPW 2: Reading and Live Q & A – Tomorrow Will Be Sunday (working title)

Wednesday, July 22, 2020
08:15pm EDT

Location CHQ Assembly Video Platform

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by Heather Raffo
Directed by Jenny Koons

Where are you from? Award winning playwright and performer Heather Raffo’s sweeping new drama explores migration and the global economy on an epic scale. Developed through a McKnight Residency at The Playwrights' Center in Minneapolis, Heather’s smart and suspenseful thriller follows people on the move from around the world, and the invisible strings that tie us together.

The Ensemble
Equity Guest Artists:
Bill Buell
Laura Crotte
Carol Halstead
Mia Katigbak

And CTC 2020 Conservatory Members:
Julian Abelskamp
Oluwatobiloba Adeyemo
Anthony Adu
Sergio Mauritz Ang
Anya Banerjee
Mary Rose Branick
Jared Canfield
Mazvita Chanakira
Shimali De Silva
Lennox T. Duong
Rodd Farhadi
Nayib Felix
Corneilus Franklin
Marianna Gailus
Andrew Gombas
Monica Ho
Cloteal L. Horne
Michael Karadsheh
Sarah Keyes
Reshma Meister
Dario Ladani Sanchez
Madeline Seidman
Maya Louise Smoot
Tristan Gabriel Turner
Elisabeth Yancey
Lea Zawada

Production Staff
Production Designer: Christopher Ash
Production Stage Manager: Jenny Kennedy
Assistant Stage Manager: Ryan Kane
Directing Fellow: Emily Moler
Sound Supervisor: John Kolbinski

CTC Core Staff
Artistic Director: Andrew Borba
Managing Director: Sarah Clare Corporandy
Marketing & Communications Director: Maggie Wilson
Company Manager: Christine McKay
Production Stage Manager: Jenny Kennedy
Production & Facilities Manager: Sarah Chandler
Artistic Producer: Sarah Elizabeth Wansley
Conservatory Liaison: Stori Ayers
Business Manager: Liz Ellis

Chautauqua Theater Company’s New Play Workshops are generously supported by Roe Green and the Roe Green Foundation.

This is a benefit performance for the Chautauqua Education Program.

 

We wish to express our gratitude to the Performers’ Unions:
ACTORS’ EQUITY ASSOCIATION
SAG-AFTRA
Through Theatre Authority, Inc. for their cooperation in permitting the Artists to appear on this program.

Tomorrow Will Be Sunday (working title) was commissioned and developed with support from the Playwrights’ Center’s McKnight National Residency and Commission Program, Minneapolis, MN. A short play version was commissioned and originally presented by McCarter Theatre Center,Princeton, New Jersey

EVENT HORIZON was originally commissioned through the Forum for Cultural Engagement in partnership with Arena Stage.

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