A workshop production of a new work by Cyrus Leddy
Directed by Susie Schutt
presented by New Works at The Wilbury Group
Featuring Cyrus Leddy, Joe Short, Meg Sullivan, Clare Blackmer, Jeff Hodge, Bobby Casey, and Charlotte McKenna.
Stage Management by Alex Maynard; Projections by Adam O'Brien; Design by Jacqueline Frole.
The Teller is a story about telling stories. It is also a series of fantastical tales about greedy kings, vengeful pigs, murderous horses and a sad but brilliant goose. It is NOT secretly about the author, or his fear that his life is spinning out of control. There will be NO SUBTEXT in this play at all. The story about the beautiful rooster who worries that his life is spinning out of control has been cut. Come prepared for escapist entertainment.
Thursday February 20, 7:30pm
Friday February 21, 7:30pm
Saturday February 22, 7:30pm
About Cyrus Leddy
Cyrus Leddy is a writer, performer and sound designer living in Providence. He has been an artist-in-residence at Perishable Theatre, AS220, and The Wilbury Theatre Group. Previously, his radio play Destefano on the Air was produced by The Wilbury Group as part of their 2010-11 season.
About New Works at The Wilbury Group
Founded in response to the clear need for an artists and new works development program in the city of Providence, the New Works program at The Wilbury Group allows audiences to experience the "birth" of a play. Throughout the rehearsal, workshop, and eventual run of the show, the playwright and director work together to make constant changes in response to audience reactions and feedback.
Encompassing commissions, readings, workshops and full-scale productions, The Wilbury Group's New Works series is meant to nurture and serve the specific needs of a project throughout its evolution, helping qualified artists at all stages of their career take their chosen work to the next level of development. www.thewilburygroup.org/new-works
The Wilbury Theatre Group at the Southside Cultural Center (View)
393 Broad Street
Providence, RI 02907
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