Seasons of Salamander Blue by Jen Silverman



Seasons of Salamander Blue by Jen Silverman

directed by Liz Carlson

May 10th and 12th @7pm

When Sarah makes friends with the homeless girl living on her roof,she finds herself pulled into a world that is darker and more compelling than anything she’s known. But in the wake of an unexpected discovery, Sarah must start to ask: who is her new friend? And who is Sarah herself becoming?

Jen Silverman’s (playwright) work has been produced off-Broadway by the Playwrights Realm (CRANE STORY) and PHOEBE IN WINTER will premiere with Clubbed Thumb. She is a member of Youngblood at EST, Uncharted at Ars Nova, and is an affiliated artist with New Georges and The Lark. She developed work with Playwrights Horizons, Abingdon Theatre, Bay Area Playwrights Festival, NY Stage & Film and the O’Neill Playwrights Conference. STILL won the 2012 Jane Chambers Award and the 2013 Yale Drama Series Award. BA: Brown. MFA: Iowa Playwrights Workshop.


Liz Carlson (director) is a director and producer in NYC and the new Artistic Director of Naked Angels. She has developed work with emerging playwrights at The Flea, EST, |the claque|, Manhattan School of Music, The New School for Drama, FringeNYC, and others. Other Directing: A Bicycle Country by Nilo Cruz and Architruc by Robert Pinget (WTF); A Soldier’s Tale by Igor Stravinsky & C.F. Ramuz (Mannes College). AD: The Call by Tanya Barfield, dir. Leigh Silverman (Playwrights Horizons); The Madrid by Liz Flahive, dir. Leigh Silverman (MTC); Giant by Sybille Pearson & Michael John LaChiusa, dir. Michael Greif (The Public & DTC); The Importance of Being Ernest by Oscar Wilde, dir. David Hyde Pierce (Williamstown Theatre Festival); Medieval Play written & directed by Kenneth Lonergan (Signature Theatre Company). MFA: The New School for Drama. Resident Director at The Flea Theater. 2013 Drama League Directing Fellow.


Molly Carden (Sarah) New York credits: World Premiere of Eve Ensler’s Emotional Creature at the Signature Theatre, Gentrifusion with Red Fern Theatre Company in addition to many readings and workshops at Ensemble Studio Theatre where she is a member.  Regional: Emotional Creature at the Berkeley Repertory Theatre, The Great Immensity, a co-production with The Civilians at Kansas City Repertory Theatre; I Capture the Castle at Creede Repertory Theatre; and Proof at Temple Theatre in North Carolina.  Molly trained at University of North Carolina School of the Arts.


Kerry Ipema (Marin) received her BFA in Musical Theatre from Indiana University and is a member of The Bats, the resident acting company at The Flea Theatre.  Selected theatre credits include How I Learned to Drive (Lil’ Bit), Oklahoma! (Laurie), Comedy of Errors (Lucianna), Russ Miles (Pam), Restoration Comedy (Ensemble). TV and Film credits include Most Likely To, ID Discovery; School Spirits, SyFy; “Every Seven Seconds…” CollegeHumor. Thank you to my Chicago, Indiana, and New York


Britt Lower (Sweet Theo) studied at Northwestern University and lives in Brooklyn. NY Theatre credits include Hatching, Thin Air, The Dome, Buddy Holly at the Armory and A Different Kind of Animal. Film credits include: BESIDE STILL WATERS, MUTUAL FRIENDS, THE SHELLS, REVENGE FOR JOLLY!, and THE LETTER.  She recurs on CBS’s UNFORGETTABLE. Other TV credits: BIG LAKE, A GIFTED MAN, NEXT CALLER, and LAW AND ORDER: SVU.  She does improv comedy all over the city.

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