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Endlings

World Premiere Play

Endlings

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  • Feb 26, 2019 - Mar 17, 2019

  • Loeb Drama Center

  • Run Time: Two hours including one fifteen-minute intermission

Recommended for ages 15+.

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Recommended for ages 15+.

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    Two hours including one fifteen-minute intermission

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Fascinating. Audacious. Deftly satirical and utterly on-target.

The Boston Globe

Powerful, refreshingly direct, and honest. A sight to behold.

Cape Cod Times

On the Korean island of Man-Jae, three elderly haenyeos—sea women—spend their dying days diving into the ocean to harvest seafood. They have no heirs to their millennia-old way of life. Across the globe on the island of Manhattan, a Korean-Canadian playwright, twice an immigrant, spends her days wrestling with the expectation that she write “authentic” stories about her identity. But what, exactly, is her identity? And how can she write about it without selling her own skin?

This daring new play by Celine Song (Amazon’s “The Wheel of Time,” Public Theater’s 2016/17 Emerging Writers Group) journeys beneath the waves under the direction of Sammi Cannold (Violet at A.R.T., Forbes 30 Under 30) and features Wai Ching Ho (Madame Gao from the Marvel TV universe), Emily Kuroda (“Gilmore Girls”), Jiehae Park (the author of peerless, recently produced at Boston’s Company One Theatre), and Jo Yang (“The Affair”).

This production contains strobe and haze.

 

A.R.T. New Year Celebration

MAR 10 3PM
Harvard Ed Portal

A day of performances, workshops, and community inspired by A.R.T.’s upcoming productions that uplift the voices of Asian-Pacific Islander artists. This event is free of charge and all are welcome.

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By Celine Song
Directed by Sammi Cannold

Notable dates

Opening Night: 3/1
ASL Interpreted: 3/13 at 7:30PM & 3/17 at 2PM
Audio Described: 3/15 at 7:30PM & 3/16 at 2PM
Open Captioned: 3/14 at 7:30PM & 3/16 at 2PM
Talkbacks: 3/2 at 2PM with Celine Song, Jiehae Park, and Harvard Professor Ju Yon Kim, in partnership with the Korea Institute, Harvard University; 3/6 at 2PM with Celine Song, Sammi Cannold, and Jo Yang; 3/9 at 2PM with Celine Song, Jiehae Park, Diana Oh, and Sara Porkalob; 3/13 at 11AM with Celine Song and Sammi Cannold; & 3/16 at 2PM with Celine Song and Sammi Cannold

Production Sponsor
Allison Johnson
Corporate Education Sponsor
Bank of America
Additional Production Support
Amy Brakeman
Hee-Jung and John Moon
The ocean in this production of Endlings is supported by The Bob and Alison Murchison New Work Development Fund.
This production is supported, in part, by The Robert Brustein Endowment for New Work.
Endlings was developed during a residency at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center’s National Playwrights Conference in 2018.
Preston Whiteway, Executive Director
Wendy C. Goldberg, Artistic Director

 

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Jo Yang in Endlings.

Endlings Playwright Celine Song and Director Sammi Cannold share their journeys to this underwater world premiere.

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Celine Song

Endlings is the first play that I wrote without any thought toward how it would be produced or what it would do for my career. It is the play that taught me not to care about what the artistic directors and literary managers would say.

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Linda Cho at the A.R.T. Costume Shop

Between costume fittings for Endlings, Linda Cho shared her designs for the production.

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Jo Yang in Endlings.

Learn about the development of this new play, its contemporary and historical contexts, and the important ways it displays, explores, and questions the representation of Asian identity through art.

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Credits

Creative Team

Playwright

Celine Song

Celine Song

Playwright

Celine Song

A.R.T.: Endlings. Member of the Public Theater’s Emerging Writers Group (2016-2017), Ars Nova’s Play Group (2014-2015), Playwrights Realm Writing fellow (2017-2018), and The Orchard Project’s inaugural NYC Greenhouse (2018). Residencies/Fellowships/Commissions: MTC/Sloan, Sundance, the Millay Colony for the Arts, the MacDowell Colony, Yaddo, Edward F. Albee Foundation, IATI Theater Cimientos Playwright (2015), Great Plains Theatre Conference Playlab Playwright (2014/2016). Productions: The Feast, MAP Theater, New Court Theatre, Shelterbelt Theatre, Red Theater Chicago; Family, Signature (Columbia MFA Program Workshop/Presentation); Tom & Eliza, JACK; Endlings, Eugene O’Neill Theater Center’s National Playwrights Conference (Workshop). TV: “The Wheel of Time,” Amazon (Staff Writer); project in development with Diablo Cody and Beth Behrs. Honors/Awards: Tom & Eliza, Semifinalist for the American Playwriting Foundation’s Relentless Award (2016); Kilroys List (2017). Education/Training: MFA, Columbia University.

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Sammi Cannold

Director

Sammi Cannold

A.R.T. (Director): Endlings, Violeton a moving bus. A.R.T. (Assistant Director): In the Body of the World; Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812; The Pirate Princess. Recent directing credits: Ragtime on Ellis Island; Endlings, Eugene O’Neill Theater Center’s National Playwrights Conference (Workshop), Playwrights Realm (Workshop). Associate Director: Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812 (dir. Rachel Chavkin), Broadway; In the Body of the World (dir. Diane Paulus), MTC; Lempicka (dir. Rachel Chavkin), Williamstown Theatre Festival; Gloria: A Life (dir. Diane Paulus), Daryl Roth Theatre. One of Forbes’ 30 Under 30 in Hollywood & Entertainment (2019), Sammi has served as an Artistic Fellow at the A.R.T., a member of Cirque du Soleil’s Creative Cognoscenti, and a Sundance Institute Fellow. Education: BA, Stanford University; MA, Harvard University.

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Scenic Designer

Jason Sherwood

Scenic Designer

Jason Sherwood

A.R.T.: Endlings, ExtraOrdinary. Broadway: The Secret Garden (upcoming). Off-Broadway: Sojourners, Her Portmanteau, NYTW; This Ain’t No Disco, Atlantic; Sojourners, Playwrights Realm; Songbird, 59E59. Regional: Old Globe, Signature, Denver Center, Shakespeare Theatre, Goodspeed Musicals, Alliance Theatre. Music: Sam Smith’s The Thrill of It All World Tour. TV: “Rent! Live,” Fox;The People’s Choice Awards,” E!; Sam Smith on “The Grammy Awards,” “Saturday Night Live,” “Ellen,” “The Late Late Show,” “The Brit Awards,” “Graham Norton.” Awards: Drama Desk, Lucille Lortel, and Henry Hewes Design Award nominations. Education/Training: NYU.

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Costume Designer

Linda Cho

Costume Designer

Linda Cho

A.R.T.: Endlings. Broadway: Lifespan of a Fact, Anastasia (Tony, OCC, Drama Desk Awards nominations), A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder (Tony Award, Henry Hewes Design Award), The Velocity of Autumn. New York: Theatre for a New Audience, Atlantic, MTC, Public Theater, Second Stage. Regional/International: Productions at acclaimed theaters and opera companies across the country and around the world.Honors/Awards: Advisory Committee of the American Theatre Wing Trustee; American Costume Design Curator for the International Prague Quadrennial (2007-2011); TDF’s Irene Sharaff Young Master Award. Education/Training: MFA, Yale School of Drama.

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Lighting Designer

Bradley King

Lighting Designer

Bradley King

A.R.T.: Endlings; Burn All Night; Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812; O.P.C.Broadway: Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet (Tony, Drama Desk, OCC Awards); HadestownBernhardt/Hamlet. Off-Broadway: MCC; LCT3; Ars Nova; Signature; Atlantic; Cherry Lane. New York: LAByrinth Theater Company; The Kitchen; Wild Project. Regional: Berkeley Rep; La Jolla Playhouse; McCarter Theatre; Penobscot Theatre; The Old Globe; South Coast Rep; Virginia Stage; Yale Rep; Williamstown Theatre Festival. Opera: Bard Summerscape; Boston Early Music Festival; Kentucky Opera; Virginia Opera. MFA, NYU.

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Sound Designer

Elisheba Ittoop

Sound Designer

Elisheba Ittoop

A.R.T.: Endlings. New York: The Public Theater, MTC, MCC, Signature Theatre, NYTW, 59E59, Soho Rep, Women’s Project. Regional: The Kennedy Center, Guthrie Theater, Steppenwolf, OSF, Huntington Theatre Company, Woolly Mammoth, Arena Stage, National Gallery of Art, Alliance Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse, Cleveland Playhouse, La MaMa, Denver Center, Two River Theater, Shakespeare Theatre Company, Triad Stage, Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Bonnaroo Music Festival, Okeechobee Music Festival, Center for Puppetry Arts. Honors/Awards: Resident Sound Designer, Eugene O’Neill Theater Center’s National Playwrights Conference (2010/2011); Kenan Fellowship, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts; USITT Rising Star Award (2008). Education: BFA, NYU; MFA, North Carolina School of the Arts.

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Production Stage Manager

Alfredo Macias

Production Stage Manager

Alfredo Macias

A.R.T.: Endlings, Arrabal. Broadway: The Play That Goes Wrong. Off-Broadway: TheWinter’s Tale, The Odyssey, Twelfth Night, Public Theater; F*cking A, Signature; An Ordinary Muslim, NYTW; Nice Fish, St. Ann’s Warehouse; Fade, Primary Stages; 50 Shades! The Musical Parody, Maximum Entertainment; Ivy and Bean the Musical, Atlantic, National Tour; Mad Libs Live!, New World Stages. New York: Island, Pericles, New York Shakespeare Exchange. Regional: Miss You Like Hell, La Jolla Playhouse. Born For This, ArtsEmerson. Film: The Sonnet Project, Recursion (short film).

Actors’ Equity Association member

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Cast

Matt DaSilva

White Stage Manager

Matt DaSilva

Matt DaSilva

White Stage Manager

Matt DaSilva

A.R.T.: Endlings. National Tour: Beauty and the Beast (Lefou). New York: The Melting Pot, Everyday Inferno. Regional: Endlings, Eugene O’Neill Theater Center’s National Playwrights Conference (Workshop); How to Succeed…, Flat Rock Playhouse; Laughter on the 23rd Floor, Miracle on 34th Street, Ocean State Theater Company. Concert: Ragtime on Ellis Island. Education/Training: BA, Harvard University.

Actors’ Equity Association member

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Wai Ching Ho
Wai Ching Ho

Han Sol

Wai Ching Ho

A.R.T.: Endlings. Off-Broadway: Henry VI (Winchester/Old Clifford), Ah, Wilderness! (Essie Miller), NAATCO; No Foreigners Beyond This Point, The Square, Ma-Yi Theater Company; The Joy Luck Club, Carry the Tiger to the Mountain, The Legacy Codes, Pan Asian Rep. Regional: The Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Long Wharf, Pittsburgh Public Theatre, TheatreWorks Palo Alto. Film: TheSorcerer’s Apprentice, Premium Rush, Robot Stories (Best Actress awards at the Indie Film Festivals of Puchon, Korea and Madrid). TV: “Law and Order”; “Orange Is The New Black”; “Fresh Off The Boat”; “New Amsterdam”; Marvel’s “Daredevil,” “Iron Fist,” and “The Defenders” (Madame Gao).

Actors’ Equity Association member

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Miles G. Jackson

White Husband

Miles G. Jackson

Miles G. Jackson

White Husband

Miles G. Jackson

A.R.T.: Endlings. Off-Broadway: Red Emma and the Mad Monk, Ars Nova; Harry and the Thief, The Habitat. Regional: Hand to God, TheaterWorks Hartford; Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis; Tribes, Barrington Stage Company; My Name is Asher Lev, George Street Playhouse; Good Men Wanted, Arena Stage; 4000 Miles, Capital Rep; Mad Forest, Williamstown Theatre Festival. Film: In Reality, Lumanova Pictures; Flora, Pulp Pictures. TV: “The Last O.G.” (recurring), TBS. /Training: NYU Tisch.

Actors’ Equity Association member

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Emily Kuroda
Emily Kuroda

Go Min

Emily Kuroda

A.R.T.: Endlings. New York: Page 73, Public Theater. Regional: Actors Theatre of Louisville, Huntington Theatre Company, TheatreWorks Palo Alto, L.A. Theatre Works, Alliance Theatre, South Coast Repertory, East West Players, Kirk Douglas Theatre, Mark Taper Forum, La Jolla Playhouse, Seattle Rep, Singapore Repertory, Berkeley Rep, The Doolittle, LATC, Zephyr Theatre, Los Angeles Women’s Shakespeare Company, Los Angeles Shakespeare Festival. Awards: Five Drama-Logue Awards, Garland Award, LA Ovation (nomination), Playwrights’ Arena Award, EWP Award for Outstanding Contribution to LA Theater.

Actors’ Equity Association member

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Mark Mauriello

White Stage Manager/​Turtle

Mark Mauriello

Mark Mauriello

White Stage Manager/​Turtle

Mark Mauriello

A.R.T.: Endlings, The Lily’s Revenge, The Donkey Show. Off-Broadway: OSCAR at The Crown (Oscar Wilde/Creator), The Neon Coven. New York: The Blast, You Are Here; Little Murders (Marjorie Newquist); performances at Ars Nova, Joe’s Pub, and The McKittrick Hotel. Regional: The Rocky Horror Show (Dr. Frank-N-Furter); Clubland. Workshops: Ragtime on Ellis Island. Education/Training: BA, Theater Arts & Performance, Harvard University. Co-Founder of queer performance/production company The Neon Coven.

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Jiehae Park

Ha Young

Jiehae Park

Jiehae Park

Ha Young

Jiehae Park

A.R.T.: Endlings. Acting: Haruki Murakami’s Sleep, BAM Next Wave, Yale Rep; Every Angel is Brutal, Clubbed Thumb; Ghost Stories, Tiny Little Band; Endlings, Eugene O’Neill Theater Center’s National Playwrights Conference (Workshop). Playwriting: peerless, Yale Rep, Company One Theatre, Primary Stages (upcoming); Hannah and the Dread Gazebo, OSF; Wondrous Strange, Actors Theatre of Louisville; commissions from Playwrights Horizons, McCarter Theatre, Yale Rep, Geffen Playhouse, OSF, Williamstown Theatre Festival, MTC. TV: Marvel’s “Runaways” (Staff Writer). Honors/Awards: Leah Ryan Prize, Princess Grace Award, Weissberger Award, ANPF Women’s Invitational, Lincoln Center New Writer in Residence, NYTW Usual Suspect, New Dramatists Resident Playwright.

Actors’ Equity Association member

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Andy Paterson

White Stage Manager

Andy Paterson

Andy Paterson

White Stage Manager

Andy Paterson

A.R.T.: Endlings. Regional: Yale Rep, McCarter Theatre, La MaMa ETC, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Repertory Theater of St. Louis, Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Pig Iron Theatre Company, Portland Center Stage, Baltimore Center Stage, San Francisco Mime Troupe, Paper Mill Playhouse, North Shore Music Theatre, Great Lakes Theater, Geva Theatre Center, Virginia Stage Company, Arizona Theatre Company, Pioneer Theatre Company, Florida Studio Theatre, Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, Shakespeare Festival St. Louis.

Actors’ Equity Association member

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Keith Michael Pinault

White Stage Manager/​​Fight Captain

Keith Michael Pinault

Keith Michael Pinault

White Stage Manager/​​Fight Captain

Keith Michael Pinault

A.R.T.: Endlings. Off-Broadway: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Classic Stage Company. New York: Endlings, Paywrights Realm (Workshop). Light/Fen, E. 13th St. Theatre. Regional: All’s Well That Ends Well, Commonwealth Shakespeare Company; Mojo, Theatre on Fire; Rosencrantz y Guildenstern han muerto, Apollinaire Theatre Company. International: Color Blue, Festival de Teatro Alternativo, Bogotá. Webseries: “Tales of Toverud,” “The New Neighborhood.” Education: MFA, Columbia University; BFA, Hofstra University.

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Jo Yang

Sook Ja

Jo Yang

Jo Yang

Sook Ja

Jo Yang

A.R.T.: Endlings. Off-Broadway: Comfort Women (Bohki Lee), Urban Stages; Ah, Wilderness! (Lily), NAATCO; The Joy Luck Club (Suyuan), Pan Asian Rep. Regional: Endlings (Sook Ja), Eugene O’Neill Theater Center’s National Playwrights Conference (Workshop); Heartsong (Tina), Florida Repertory Theatre; M. Butterfly (Chin/Suzuki), Seattle Rep; The Boys Next Door (Sheila), Seattle Group Theatre; Love Suicide at Schofield Barracks (Miss Nomura), Odyssey Theatre Ensemble. Film: Virginia (Shin Lee), Brooklyn Lobster (Jen Lau), Alfie (Mrs. Wing). TV: “The Affair” (recurring); “You”; “What Would You Do”; “Law & Order”; “Far East,” PBS. Training: American Conservatory Theatre’s PATP.

Actors’ Equity Association member

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Kate Pak

Understudy for Go Min, Han Sol, and Sook Ja

Kate Pak

Kate Pak

Understudy for Go Min, Han Sol, and Sook Ja

Kate Pak

A.R.T.: Endlings. New York: Rashomon, Sanford Meisner Theatre; A Surprise Visit, American Theatre of Actors; The Apollo of Bellac, 29th St. Playhouse; 1:42 A.M., Madison Avenue Theatre. International: The Mikado, The King and I, South Africa. Film: A Woman, A Part; Split; The Dictator; Jack, Jules, Esther and Me; The Homecoming Queen; Rollerball; A Killing on Brighton Beach; Charm City (upcoming). TV: “Pose,” “Falling Water,” “Broad City,” “The Mysteries of Laura,” “Walkie Buddies.”

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Additional Staff

Assistant Director

Brian Ge

Assistant Director

Brian Ge

A.R.T.: Endlings, The Black Clown (Rehearsal Accompanist), Jagged Little Pill (Music Intern), Burn All Night (Assistant Music Director), Violet (Assistant Music Director/Assistant Stage Manager), The Pirate Princess (Music Director). Broadway: Tootsie (upcoming). Off-Broadway: Rags Parkland Sings Songs Of The Future, Ars Nova; The Cleopatra Experience, Chelsea Music Hall. Opera: La Bohème, La Gioconda, The Damnation of Faust, Othello, Hansel and Gretel, The Metropolitan Opera. Education: BA, Computer Science, Harvard University; Piano Performance, The Juilliard School Pre-College Division.

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Assistant Director

Rebecca Aparicio

Assistant Director

Rebecca Aparicio

A.R.T.: Endlings. Off-Broadway (Assistant Director): Gloria: A Life, Daryl Roth Theatre; Christmas In Hell, Subways Are For Sleeping, York Theatre. New York (Director): World Classic, Classical Theatre of Harlem, Parsnip Ship; Radical (Best Play Award), Prison Song (Best Play nomination), DUAF; Pedro Pan, FringeNYC. Author of: Pedro Pan, NYMF (5 Awards of Excellence), Rhinebeck Writers Retreat, Musical Theatre Factory, FringeNYC, TRUF Theatre.

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Assistant Stage Manager

Zachary Jenkins

Assistant Stage Manager

Zachary Jenkins

A.R.T.: Endlings. Off-Broadway: Twelfth Night, The Odyssey, Under the Radar; King Lear, Public Theater; A Funny Thing…, MCC; ¡Figaro! (90210), The Duke on 42nd Street; Nice Fish, St. Ann’s Warehouse. Regional: The Odyssey, Seattle Rep; The Tempest, Dallas Theater Center; West Side Story, Houston Grand Opera; Lend Me a Tenor, Resident Theatre Company. Opera: Götterdämmerung, La Traviata, The Barber of Seville, Houston Grand Opera; Madama Butterfly, The Princeton Festival. Education/Training: BFA, Baylor University.

Actors’ Equity Association member

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Original Music

Elisheba Ittoop

Original Music

Elisheba Ittoop

A.R.T.: Endlings. New York: The Public Theater, MTC, MCC, Signature Theatre, NYTW, 59E59, Soho Rep, Women’s Project. Regional: The Kennedy Center, Guthrie Theater, Steppenwolf, OSF, Huntington Theatre Company, Woolly Mammoth, Arena Stage, National Gallery of Art, Alliance Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse, Cleveland Playhouse, La MaMa, Denver Center, Two River Theater, Shakespeare Theatre Company, Triad Stage, Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Bonnaroo Music Festival, Okeechobee Music Festival, Center for Puppetry Arts. Honors/Awards: Resident Sound Designer, Eugene O’Neill Theater Center’s National Playwrights Conference (2010/2011); Kenan Fellowship, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts; USITT Rising Star Award (2008). Education: BFA, NYU; MFA, North Carolina School of the Arts.

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A.R.T. Voice and Text

Erika Bailey

A.R.T. Voice and Text

Erika Bailey

A.R.T.: Endlings; Othello; ExtraOrdinary; Jagged Little Pill; WARHOLCAPOTE; Burn All Night; The Night of the Iguana; Trans Scripts, Part I: The Women; Fingersmith; Waitress; In the Body of the World; O.P.C. Broadway: Mary Stuart. Regional: New Electric Ballroom, Gloucester Stage Company; Absurd Person Singular, Nora Theatre Company; Arms and the Man, Guthrie Theatre; A Christmas Carol, McCarter Theatre; The Foreigner, Cabaret, To Kill a Mockingbird, Kansas City Repertory Theatre. As head of Voice and Speech at A.R.T., Erika also teaches voice in the Theater, Dance & Media concentration at Harvard as well as teaching public speaking skills across the university. Education: MA, Voice Studies, the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama; MFA, Acting, Brandeis University.

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Associate Scenic Designer

Connor Munion

Associate Lighting Designer

Justin Paice

Associate Lighting Designer

Justin Paice

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Sound Studio Assistant/​Draftsperson

Justin Propper

A.R.T. Production Dramaturgy

Robert Duffley

A.R.T. Production Dramaturgy

Robert Duffley

Robert Duffley is Editor and Assistant Dramaturg at the American Repertory Theater. Writing includes Out of the Blue (by Vladimir Zaytsev, co-translated with Tatyana Khaikin) and pieces for Contemporary Theatre Review (Routledge), Breaking Character Magazine (Samuel French), The A.R.T. Guide, The Theatre Times, Six By Eight PressNew International Theatre Experience News, and DC Theatre Scene. As a dramaturg, Robert has developed work with A.R.T., OBERON, Boston Theater Marathon, LubDub Theatre, Boston Circus Guild, and the Moscow Art Theater. He is Dramaturgy Advisor at Emerson College’s Department of Performing Arts. MFA, A.R.T./MXAT Institute for Advanced Theater Training at Harvard University.

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Fight Coach

Angie Jepson

Production Assistants

Bradley Costa

Tessa Johnson

Swimming Instruction

Brian Ge

Zachary Jenkins

Swimming Instruction

Brian Ge

A.R.T.: Endlings, The Black Clown (Rehearsal Accompanist), Jagged Little Pill (Music Intern), Burn All Night (Assistant Music Director), Violet (Assistant Music Director/Assistant Stage Manager), The Pirate Princess (Music Director). Broadway: Tootsie (upcoming). Off-Broadway: Rags Parkland Sings Songs Of The Future, Ars Nova; The Cleopatra Experience, Chelsea Music Hall. Opera: La Bohème, La Gioconda, The Damnation of Faust, Othello, Hansel and Gretel, The Metropolitan Opera. Education: BA, Computer Science, Harvard University; Piano Performance, The Juilliard School Pre-College Division.

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Swimming Instruction

Zachary Jenkins

A.R.T.: Endlings. Off-Broadway: Twelfth Night, The Odyssey, Under the Radar; King Lear, Public Theater; A Funny Thing…, MCC; ¡Figaro! (90210), The Duke on 42nd Street; Nice Fish, St. Ann’s Warehouse. Regional: The Odyssey, Seattle Rep; The Tempest, Dallas Theater Center; West Side Story, Houston Grand Opera; Lend Me a Tenor, Resident Theatre Company. Opera: Götterdämmerung, La Traviata, The Barber of Seville, Houston Grand Opera; Madama Butterfly, The Princeton Festival. Education/Training: BFA, Baylor University.

Actors’ Equity Association member

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Wetsuits constructed by 7TILL8.
Additional equipment provided by Sound Associates.

Special Thanks

양순옥 Yang Soon-Ok, 강정선 Kang Jung-Sun, 김영자 Kim Young-Ja, and 문지원 Moon Jiwon for their generosity and hospitality on Jeju Island

Jesse Alick, Jack Moore, and The Public Theater Emerging Writers Group

Harvard Aquatics/Blodgett Pool, Wellbridge Athletic Club, Jim Estabrook/United Divers Inc
Victor Dong, Sulan Yang, Changan Dong, Jun Ge, and William Ge
Ignacia Delgado, 장세라 Cera Jeng, Andy Talen