The Skin of Our Teeth begins Tuesday 10/20!

Has New Haven’s Audience Grown Wilder?
by Donald Brown



The Skin of Our Teeth

It’s that time! Thesis production at Yale School of Drama.

by Thornton Wilder
directed by Luke Harlan

Yale Repertory Theater
October 20-24, 2015
Tuesday – Saturday @ 8pm
Saturday @ 2pm

The All-American Antrobus family is faced with an onslaught of natural and manmade disasters—the Ice Age, catastrophic flood, global war. The wheel of history threatens to flatten them in their suburban home; the play itself nearly falls apart. But again and again the Antrobuses bounce back. Is this farce? Or tragedy? Both. And more. The Skin of Our Teeth is a confrontation with the dark heart of America, the ferocious underground fire that threatens to consume us all.

Featuring  Andrew Burnap, Baize Buzan, Juliana Canfield, Paul Cooper, Anna Crivelli, Ricardo Davila, Melanie Field, Dylan Frederick, Luke Harlan, Annelise Lawson, Jonathan Majors, Aubie Merrylees, and Shaunette Renee Wilson
Sets by Choul Lee
Lights by Carolina Ortiz Herrera
Sound by Christopher Ross-Ewart
Costumes by Haydee Zeledith
Projection by Rasean Davonte Johnson
Choreography by Gretchen Wright
Dramaturg  David Clauson
Stage Manager  Paula R. Clarkson

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Honky returns!!

HONKY returns October 22 – November 17

Don’t miss the remount of the NYTimes Critics Pick.

Performances begin October 22 – November 17
Tuesdays thru Thursdays at 7:30pm
Fridays thru Saturdays at 8:00pm
Saturdays at 2:00pm
Sundays at 5:00pm

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Honky a NYTimes Critic’s Pick!

HONKY previews begin Friday!



HONKY by Greg Kalleres

I am thrilled to be directing the World Premiere of:

by Greg Kalleres

Urban Stages
March/April 2013

When a young African American is shot for a pair of basketball shoes, sales triple among white teens. Meanwhile, a new pill guaranteed cure racism, advertises that if you don’t think you need it – you’re probably a racist. HONKY takes satiric look at the symbiotic relationship between racism and commercialism, while at the same time asking the question — is white guilt only for white people?

Urban Stages is an award-winning, not-for-profit Off-Broadway Theatre Company founded in 1984 by current Artistic Director Frances Hill. Over the past 24 years, Urban Stages has produced over 70 productions (mostly world premieres) including Pulitzer Prize Finalist, Eisa Davis’ BULRUSHER (2007), two Drama Desk nominations, an Outer Critic’s Circle Award, an Obie nomination, and eight Audelco nominations. Our productions of MEN ON THE VERGE OF A HISPANIC BREAKDOWN, by Guillermo Reyes, and MINOR DEMONS, by Bruce Graham subsequently moved to commercial theatres. CHILI QUEEN, a play by newscaster Jim Lehrer, transferred to the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. (1989).

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My “non-terrible” promo videos!

Check it out!

The promotional videos I made with David Henry Hwang and Qui Nguyen for Ma-Yi Theater Company’s production of The Inexplicable Redemption of Agent G made it to the very exclusive “Non-Terrible Theater Promo Videos List“!

You can see all the videos here.