The official press announcement for the production describes the piece as follows: "What better way to avoid writing a term paper than by plotting to seduce the wholesome girl across the hall? In Juvenilia, college student Henry (Brennan) and his roommate Brodie (MacFarlane) play a sexual game of cat and mouse with their inexperienced neighbor Angie (Tazel). Throw a little tequila and a hell-bent It Girl (Dollar) into the mix, and soon you're testing the boundaries." At left, Ian Brennan and David Petrarca, as well as Ian Brennan, Aubrey Dollar, and Luke MacFarlane are seen arriving at the opening night reception at the West Bank Cafe on West 42nd Street in New York City. Below, the cast poses with the director David Petrarca and playwright Wendy MacLeod.
Juvenilia is directed by David Petrarca, with settings by Michael Yeargan, costumes by Martin Palkedinaz, lighting by Mark McCullough, and sound by Robert Mulburn and Michael Bodeen.
All photos are by Aubrey Reuben