INDEPENDENT FEATURE FILM

CAMP WEDDING

Mia’s destination wedding seems doomed when her bridal party is not too keen on doing all the work to transform a dilapidated summer camp into the venue of her dreams–when they begin to be killed off mysteriously, that doesn’t help either. Directed by Greg Emetaz, this hilarious indie horror movie will premiere in late 2018.

ATLANTIC THEATER COMPANY

ANIMAL

Rachel has it all: marriage, house, career. So why does she suddenly have this creeping feeling? Her husband thinks she needs time; her psychiatrist suggests positive thinking. Then the visions start… A darkly comic play, starring Golden-Globe Nominee Rebecca Hall, that delves into the underside of domesticity, the complexity of the brain in chaos, and the thin line between sinking and survival. This Atlantic Theatre Company production was the New York Premiere for British Playwright Clare Lizzimore.

ALLEY THEATRE

A FEW GOOD MEN

Inspired by true events, Aaron Sorkin’s captivating drama tells the story of two U.S. Marines accused of murder after the hazing death of one of their fellow soldiers at Guantanamo Bay, and the military lawyers at a court-martial who uncover a high-level conspiracy in the course of defending their clients. The cast included Drama Desk Award Winning Actor Jeremy Webb and Lee Sellars of Groundhog Day.

LINCOLN CENTER THEATRE

WARHORSE

One boy’s beloved horse has been sold to the cavalry during World War I. As the horse serves on both sides of the war, it survives a brutal odyssey that leaves it battered and alone in no-man’s land. The boy, now a young man, embarks on a treacherous mission to find him and bring him home. A show of indescribable grandeur and sheer inventiveness — complete with breathing, galloping, charging horses designed by Handspring Puppet Company. A co-production from The National Theatre in London, Lincoln Center Theatre’s War Horse was the winner of five Tony Awards in 2011, including Best Play.

McCARTER THEATRE CENTER

THE PIANO LESSON

Winner of the 1990 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, August Wilson’s The Piano Lesson is a powerful play about a brother’s attempt to sell a 137-year old family piano and his sister’s reluctance to part with the heirloom. Wilson’s fourth play, out of the Pittsburgh Cycle of ten, attempts to answer the question; “what do you do with your legacy, and how do you best put it to use?” This play starred fellow 2016 Leonore Annenberg Recipient, Miriam A. Hyman.