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Supergravity and the Eleventh Dimension
The Factory Theatre
Boston, MA
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Supergravity and the Eleventh Dimension
If energy cannot be created or destroyed, what happens to our energy after we die? Where are those that are no longer with us?

One year after Carmen tumbles from a cliff, four friends return to her cabin one final time. Seen through the eyes of a theoretical physicist, the story of suspicion, grief, love, and life, bounces back and forth through time slowly revealing the truth about Carmen's tragic last days.

Supergravity and the Eleventh Dimension
Written by Heather Houston
Directed by James Peter Sotis

The Company:
Kevin Paquette as Tom
Noah Tobin as Fred
Rachel Katherine Alexander as Carmen
Alyssa Purnhagen as Leslie
Devon Scalisi as Dan

Fight Direction: Meron Langsner and Angel Veza
Producer: Steve Marois
Technical Direction and Scenic Design: Josh Friedensohn
Assistant Technical Direction: Marissa Cheifetz
Assistant Scenic Design: Eveleen Sung
Costume Design: Cara Pacifico
Lighting Design, Master Electrician, Board Operator: Lucas Garrity
Sound Design: Sam Sewell
Properties Design: Jamie Bincardi
Makeup Design: Katy Meyer
Stage Management: Zach Winston

About the Playwright:
Heather Houston is a Boston-based playwright who received her MA in English with a concentration in Creative Writing from East Carolina University in 2007, during which time she wrote her first full-length play, One Night Dream.  She then went on to receive her MFA in Playwriting from Boston University in 2011, taking class at the Boston Playwright's Theatre, which hosted a staged reading of her full-length play, Supergravity and the Eleventh Dimension.

About the Director:
James Peter Sotis is the Founder and Artistic Director of Vagabond Theatre Group. He is a director, designer, and actor originally hailing from Ipswich, Massachusetts. James graduated Boston University in 2008 with a B.S. in Film & Television. He has directed VTG's productions including the IRNE-nominated Burning up the Dictionary, True Believers, The Unfortunate Cutthroats and the IRNE-nominated Burning the Barn. James was previously Artistic Director of the Ipswich Summer Theatre Company, as well as an active member of Boston University Stage Troupe and The Company. Other previous credits include The Importance of Being Earnest (Director), Death of a Salesman (Director), Sure Thing (Bill), The Sound of Music (Max), The Music Man (Props), Buried Child (Props), The Strength of Our Spirit (Set Design), On Borrowed Time (Dr. Evans), and The Matinee (Sean). James likes to tell stories, and is eternally grateful to anyone that will indulge him and listen.

About Vagabond Theatre Group:
Founded in 2009, Vagabond Theatre Group allows young and emerging Boston theatre artists an outlet to create new work. This production marks VTG's fourth World Premiere. Vagabond emphasizes an open creative process that asks audience for input through readings, open rehearsals and encouraging audience to get involved!

We also like to think of ourselves as pretty nice people.

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Location

The Factory Theatre (View)
791 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02118
United States


Categories

Arts > Theatre

Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: No

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