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Get ready for 14 exciting plays showcasing the hard work, dedication, and incredible talent of the Actors Studio Drama School.

The Actors Studio Drama School is bringing you a full play-te of performances, as they invite you to a challenging and exciting seven-week theatrical experience. Designed to present graduating students to the professional world, the ASDS Repertory Season invites you to view professional productions of the work students have created during their three years in ASDS. Here you will witness a weekly series of scenes, one-act and full-length plays, some of them written by our playwrights, and all of them directed and performed by MFA candidates.

Shows include Almost Maine by John Cariani, Adios Fjord by Anel Carmona, Wide Awake Hearts by Brendan Gall, Lady of Fadima by Edward Allan Baker, and much more.

All shows will be held at the Theater at Gibney Dance at 53 Chambers Street (between Broadway and Centre Street). Admission is free, but reservations are recommended. To make your reservations, e-mail ASDSreservations@pace.edu or call (212) 346-1133. Visit www.pace.edu/asdsrep for more information.

2017 MFA REPERTORY SEASON
MARCH 29–MAY 13

Wednesdays–Fridays, 7:30 p.m.
Saturdays, 3:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.

Week One: March 29–April 1
Almost, Maine
By John Cariani
with Jenny Burks, Jonathan Jackson, Gerrard James, and Charley Young
Directed by Evan F. Caccioppoli

A new one-act play
Adios Fjord
By Anel Carmona
with Cristina Castro and John-Riley O’Handley
Directed by Mengxuan Zhou

Week Two: April 5–8
Wide Awake Hearts
By Brendan Gall
with Gregory Jensen, Maura McKendrick, John-Riley O’Handley, and María Cristina Pimiento
Directed by Mengxuan Zhou

Lady of Fadima
By Edward Allan Baker
with Chris Mantione, Marjay Smith, and Christina Villa
Directed by Evan F. Caccioppoli

Trifles
By Susan Glaspell
with Omar Ezat, Gregory Jensen, Abigail Milnor-Sweetser, Elisabeth Morgan, and Mason Sullivan
Directed by Paul Edwards

Week Three: April 12–15
Scenes from
Doubt, a parable
By John Patrick Shanley
with Gregory Jensen, Kate McManus, Rachel Sorteberg, and Brennie Tellu
Directed by Anna María Tómasdóttir

The Lodger
By Joan Schenkar
with Miaojuan Chen and Yessenia Rivas
Directed by Mengxuan Zhou

Week Four: April 19–22
Funnyhouse of a Negro
By Adrienne Kennedy
with Jenny Burks, Katya Collazo, Kara Green, Gerrard James, Eric Murray, John-Riley O’Handley, Harlem Ragin Wright, and Rachel Sorteberg
Directed by Paul Edwards

Crazy Eights
By David Lindsay-Abaire
with Eva Cavadini, Jonathan Jackson, Kevin Jurado, and Mason Sullivan
Directed by Anna María Tómasdóttir

Week Five: April 26–29
Scenes from
The Last Days of Judas Iscariot
By Stephen Adly Guirgis
with Katasha Acosta, Cristina Castro, Kara Green, Kyara Massenburg, María Cristina Pimiento, and Marjay Smith
Directed by Evan F. Caccioppoli

Week Six: May 3–6
Tape
By Stephen Belber
with Amanda Lyn Jungquist, Eric Murray, and Mason Sullivan
Directed by Paul Edwards

Scenes from
Pizza Man
By Darlene Craviotto
with Rachel Borka, Daria Karic, and Chris Mantione
Directed by Mengxuan Zhou

Week Seven: May 10–13
A new one-act play
In Memoriam
By Nathaniel Blake Johnson
with Jonathan Jackson and Brennie Tellu
Directed by Paul Edwards

The Ugly One
By Marius von Mayenburg; Translated by Maja Zade
with Omar Ezat, Gregory Jensen, Kevin Jurado, and Czarina Mada
Directed by Anna María Tómasdóttir

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