Unseen in New York City since its debut at the Roundabout Theatre in 1982, The Fox promises to bring to the stage a riveting exploration of powerful themes on male/female power dynamics, femininity, sexuality, and the complex relationship between our physical and mental desires.
This three-person psychological drama, set in rural England in 1918, takes place in a farmhouse inhabited by two women endeavoring to live life away from society, on their own terms. However, their efforts are thwarted at every turn by a cunning fox, who steals their hens and wreaks havoc on a daily basis. Their sheltered world is shaken up when a young, mysterious, and capable soldier unexpectedly arrives and is invited to stay. Who is this charismatic visitor who eventually dominates life on the farm, and how could these women anticipate how this stranger may alter their future and their relationship forever?
Clea Straus Rivera as Nellie
Elizabeth Elkins as Jill
Matt Savins as Henry
Director is Jordan Dann
Creative team includes:
Nicole Carroll (Sound Designer)
Leonie Ettinger (PR/Marketing Associate)
Jessica Costagliola (Assistant Stage Manager)
Paul Kim (Production Stage Manager)
Yuki Nakase (Lighting Designer)
Kimie Nishikawa (Scenic Designer)
Mira Veikley (Costume Designer)
Jaded Eyes Arts Collective was founded in 2014 by Matt Savins to produce accessible, provocative, and engaging work through a myriad of artistic mediums for the New York audience. For more info, check www.thefoxnyc.com.
The Gene Frankel Theatre (View)
24 Bond Street
New York, NY 10012
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|