by Conor McPherson
Sponsored by GreenState Credit Union
Matthew James – A man
Anna Slife – Others
Act I is 1 hour. Act II is 35 minutes. There will be one 15 minute intermission.
Directed by Angie Toomsen
Scenic and Lighting Design – S. Benjamin Farrar
Stage Manager – Lisa Kelly
Backstage Crew – Bob Huffman and Chelsea Prior
Sound Design – Angie Toomsen
Set Construction – Ben Lauer, Chris Rich, John Stillwell
Electrician – Mariana Coffey
Master Painter – S. Benjamin Farrar
Load-in Volunteers – Chelsea Prior, Bob Huffman, Lisa Kelly
Sound Engineer – Darin Ulmer
Promotional Photography – Michael Huang and Farrar Design
Marketing Design – Christina Kroemer
House Management – Jody Lippmann
Special Thanks to the staff of Brucemore.
About Conor McPherson
Conor McPherson is a playwright and screenwriter who was named by The New York Times as “the finest playwright of his generation.” Conor won the George Devine Award in 1997 with his play St Nicholas, and went on to win an Olivier Award for Best New Play in 1999 with his follow-up, The Weir. In 2006 he received a Tony Award nomination for Shining City and an Olivier Award nomination for Best New Play for The Seafarer. In 2011 he wrote and directed The Veil for the National Theatre and in 2012 he adapted Strindberg’s The Dance of Death for the Donmar Trafalgar Season. The Night Alive premièred at the Donmar in June 2013 and transferred to the Atlantic Theater in New York in November 2013.
Executive Director – Katie Hallman
Artistic Director – Angie Toomsen
Audience Services Manager – Olivia Lestrud
Marketing Director – Christina Kroemer
Development Director – Hannah Brewer
St. Nicholas was first produced at the Bush Theatre, London, on February 19, 1997. It was originally produced in the United States by Primary Stages Company, New York, Casey Childs, Artistic Director, on March 17, 1998.
Published by Dramatists Play Service Inc.