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Opening Night photos from THE RECKLESS SEASON

We had a tremendous enthusiastic crowd with us for Opening Night of THE RECKLESS SEASON on Monday April 24th. Here are some photos of the beautiful people who shared the night with us!

Thank you to everyone who made THE RECKESS SEASON so special.

If you’d like to make a donation to help us keep making plays like THE RECKLESS SEASON, please click here. We’d really appreciate it.

 

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Production Photos from THE RECKLESS SEASON

Really excited to share these production photos from THE RECKLESS SEASON (photography by Kate Hess)

We have only 10 performances left and tickets are moving quickly. There are less than 200 seats left for the remainder of the run.

You can get yours here!

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New Snap Shots from rehearsal

Hey folks…so many of you have heard about how exciting THE RECKLESS SEASON is going to be. I wanted to share some snaps from rehearsal this week. The cast is crushing it, and director Dominic D’Andrea is a rock star. Below are pics of actors Trace Pope (dark shirt), Chase Burnett (red shirt) and Amanda Tudor… (cast member not pictured Brian Morvant was in the hall terrorizing ASM Alex Grant)

Take a look…

(The picture above is from the prompt script of Stage Manager Elise Keller, and it this is a fascinating looking into her world that we rarely see. )

You can still grab tickets here for THE RECKLESS SEASON before they are gone forever (Seriously, don’t wait on this. You’ve been warned)

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The Reckless Season begins performances April 21st

Please join us for the World Premiere Production of

THE RECKLESS SEASON
Written by LAUREN FEREBEE
Directed by DOMINIC D’ANDREA

April 21st – May 7th, 2017

Starring CHASE BURNETT, BRIAN MORVANT, TRACE POPE and AMANDA TUDOR

It’s 2008 in small town USA, and there is nothing Norman Rockwell about it. Lisa and Simon used to be soldiers, but they’re trying to put all that behind them. Except Simon’s mother just committed suicide, Lisa’s marriage is falling apart, the local meth dealer won’t leave them alone and the only calm person in town is Simon’s odd brother Terry, who spends all his time playing video games. Wrestling with the aftermath of death, and realization that no one knows what comes next, these four Americans grasp toward adulthood in a place they dream of leaving.

Stage Manager: Taylor Elise Keller*
Assistant Stage Manager: Alexandra Grant
Assistant Director: Caitlin Wees
Set Design: Scott Tedmon-Jones
Lighting Design: Kia Rogers
Costume Design: Viviane Galloway
Sound Design: Andy Evan Cohen
Props Design: Julia Gjeka
Projections/Animation: Steve Channon
Press Agent: KampfirePR/Antonio Minino

Tickets: $25
@ TheaterLab NYC, 357 W 36th Street, NYC

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Announcing dates and venue for THE RECKLESS SEASON

Hello everyone…

Happy New Year! We’re incredibly excited to announce additional details for the world premiere production of THE RECKLESS SEASON by Lauren Ferebee, Boomerang’s first production of 2017.

THE RECKLESS SEASON will begin performances April 21st, 2017 at TheaterLab NYC (357 W 36th Street, NYC). The production will be directed by Dominic D’Andrea, with designs by Boomerang alums Kia Rogers (Lights) and Philip Emeott (Projections), along with Scott Tedmon-Jones (Sets), Andy Evan Cohen (Sound) and Viviane Galloway (Costumes). Antonio Minino and Kampfire Films PR return to handle press/publicity duties. Full casting will be announced shortly.

About the play:
It’s 2008 in small town USA, and there is nothing Norman Rockwell about it. Simon’s returned home after two tours in Iraq to find his alcoholic mother dead by suicide and his younger brother, Terry, strangely obsessed with an early-90s videogame about ancient Sparta. Between Terry, Terry’s truck stop co-worker, Lisa, and Flynn, their mother’s co-dependent former drug dealer, Simon’s dream of peace and quiet quickly evaporates. Wrestling with the aftermath of death, and realization that no one knows what comes next, these four Americans grasp toward adulthood in a place they dream of leaving. 

THE RECKLESS SEASON will run for 14 performances from April 21st thru May 7th, 2017. Tickets will go on sale on Feb 15th.

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THE RECKLESS SEASON playwright Lauren Ferebee
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THE RECKLESS SEASON will premiere in Spring 2017

We’re extremely excited to announce that THE RECKLESS SEASON by Lauren Ferebee will debut with Boomerang in Spring 2017. This world premiere production will be directed by Dominic D’Andrea, and Lauren will be coming in from Dallas at different points in the production process as well. The play is a dark comedy about growing up, coming home, unlikely bonds, and the definition of family.

Here’s the blurb:

It’s 2008 in small town USA, and there is nothing Norman Rockwell about it. Simon’s returned home after two tours in Iraq to find his alcoholic mother dead by suicide and his younger brother, Terry, strangely obsessed with an early-90s video game about ancient Sparta. Between Terry, Terry’s truck stop co-worker, Lisa, and Flynn, their mother’s co-dependent former drug dealer, Simon’s dream of peace and quiet quickly evaporates. Wrestling with the aftermath of death, and realization that no one knows what comes next, these four Americans grasp toward adulthood in a place they dream of leaving. 

More to follow as we move thru the audition process and design process. To make a donation to support THE RECKLESS SEASON, please click here.

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THE RECKLESS SEASON playwright Lauren Ferebee

 

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Announcing the First Flight New Play Festival schedule

We’re extremely proud to announce the full schedule for our upcoming  FIRST FLIGHT New Play Festival. We’ve got 5 dynamic and daring new works to present, each with an exciting new point of view on traditional narratives. We can’t wait to share these plays with you. Here we go…

 

Smoking gun concept,  black & white of a double barreled over/un
Wednesday March 16th at 7pm
The Snowmaker by Aleks Merilo
Directed by Dominic D’Andrea
In the dead of winter, a teenage girl’s estranged father unexpectedly takes her to a cabin in the isolated woods of Montana. She doesn’t know where he has been for the last 10 years. And she doesn’t know who he is searching for at night, when he stares out the window, with a sawed-off shotgun by his side.
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Tools for forming clay with pots on wood background
Thursday March 17th at 7pm

The Marble Muse by Diane Baia Hale
Directed by Cailin Heffernan
When Louisa Lander is commissioned to sculpt Nathaniel Hawthorne, she little suspects the dark journey she will take with the author of The Scarlet Letter.
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Quill pen and ink well resting on blank parchment paper with cop

Friday March 18th at 7pm
Incompleat Works by Dennis Agle Jr.
Directed by Tim Errickson
The characters of an unfinished Shakespeare play embark on a quest in modern-day England in an effort to discover how their stories end.
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Stock market activity
Saturday March 19th at 4pm

Discreet Global Assets by Lauren Ferebee
Directed by Elizabeth Audley
As the sales reps for Quotidian Industries ratchet up the competition for Annual Review Day, they’re discovering disturbing company secrets that no one should know.
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Flag Of Mexico

Saturday March 19th at 7pm
Blanquita by Zack Calhoon
Directed by Kel Haney
When a Senator’s daughter crosses class lines and spends a wild night with the family’s chauffeur, there are witnesses – and consequences.
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The readings will be held in Studio 501 @ CAP21 (18 West 18th Street, 5th floor)
All readings are free, and reservations are required. Reservations can be made at www.boomerangtheatre.org. Donations of $5 per reading are suggested.