Andrew Janet's modern adaptation of Henrik Ibsen's GHOSTS. It will be the inaugural full production by the Classic Play Reading Series, and will be produced outdoors in the Secret Garden of the Merchant's House Museum, New York, and runs between July 7-10 and 14-17.
Ghosts is directed by Emmy Frank and Antoinette Lavecchia features as Mrs. Alving, Marc Levasseur as Oswald Alving, Nicole Rodenburg as Regina Engstrand, Andrew Sellon as Manders & Peter Reznikoff as Jacob Engstrand. The design team includes Jennifer Caprio (costumes), David Bullard (sound), and Jillian Watson (sets). Please note that there is no lighting designer for this production. Tickets are $ 18 at ovationtix.com OvationTix or calling at 866-811-4111, or at the box office at the Merchant's House Museum . Box office opens one hour prior to curtain each night of performances.
Emmy Frank (Artistic Director / Director): A graduate of NYU Tisch School of the Arts, for the past two years she has assisted James Lapine on productions: such as Sondheim on Sondheim (Studio 54, Roundabout), Little Miss Sunshine (La Jolla Playhouse), and Mrs. Miller Does Her Thing (reading at Lincoln Center). She has therefore assisted Ethan McSweeney on Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf (CenterStage) and Ms. Frank's directing credits include "Animal" (The Public Theater / Old Vic New Voices), "Suessical" (Cape Rep), and Numerous readings with her company the Classic Play Reading Series. In addition, Ms. Frank is currently the NYC New Play Scout for CenterStage in Baltimore.
Antoinette LaVecchia (Mrs. Alving): Broadway: A View From The Bridge / Cort Theatre. Other NY: A World Apart / Flea Theater, her original one-woman show, How to Be A Good Italian Daughter (In Spite of Myself) / The Cherry Lane, A Touch of the Poet / Friendly Fire, The Europeans / PTP NYC , Max & The Truffle Pig / nymf, The Bottle House / Public Theatre, Puccini: A Composer's Journey / Carnegie Hall, String of Pearls / Primary Stages, Magic Hands Freddy / Soho Playhouse, Kimberly Akimbo / MTC. Regional: Superior Donuts / Pittsburgh Public Theater, The Pavilion / Dorset Theatre Festival, Heartbreak House / Two River Little Dog Laughed / Portland Ctr. Stage, Tough titty / Williamstown, The Laramie Project / Hartford TheaterWorks (CT Critics Award). Film / TV: "The David Dance", "Delirious", "Jesus' Son, " "The Sopranos, " "Law & Order, " "L & O SVU, " Guiding Light, "" One Life To Live "& the short films "The Face", "Lily of the Feast" and "Sophie Gets A Head". Training: MFA-NYU/Tisch, Moscow Art Theatre & Philippe Gaulier. Grant Fox Fellowship, Anna Sosenko Assist Trust Grant. She's taught at NYU's degree Acting Program and The Actor's Center.
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