Adam Szymkowicz's Coming-Of-Age Drama Pretty Theft Returns to New York

News   Adam Szymkowicz's Coming-Of-Age Drama Pretty Theft Returns to New York
Pretty Theft, Adam Szymkowicz's quirky drama about adolescents, ballerinas and finding your way, is set to receive a New York staging next month at the C.O.W. theatre. The production, presented by New York-based theatre makers Dark Matter Productions, is directed by Taylor Haven Holt.

Pretty Theft, last seen in New York in 2009, is a play that follows Allegra, a teenager whose company includes a bad boyfriend, a terrible best friend and a mother who doesn't fare too well either. Could an unexpected friendship with Joe help her find the right path?

Holt directs a cast that includes Anna ModicBradley, Patrick Taylor, Caitlin Zoz, Alan Chandler, Laura Wilson, John Walter, Rachael Yoder and Brit-Charde Sellers.

The creative team includes lighting by Rob Ross, sound by Sam Silva, choreography by Greg Grimes, costumes by Greg Grimes, props by Patrick Taylor and design by Taylor Haven Holt. The stage Manager is Aaron Watson.

Dark Matter is a new, socially-focused production company dedicated to utilizing art as activism and shedding light on unseen or unspoken issues.

The company's production of Pretty Theft will run Nov. 5-13 at The Celebration of Whimsy, located at 21-A Clinton St., New York. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased by visiting

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