Too Little Too Late to Feature Works by Brunstetter, Herzog and More

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Plays by Bekah Brunstetter, Amy Herzog and Sam Forman will be showcased in the one-act play collection Too Little Too Late at HERE Arts Center.

The newly founded Red Elevator Production company presents the engagement that will run Feb. 3-14. Portia Krieger and Mortiz von Stuelpnagel direct the 90-minute production.

The cast will feature Daniel Abeles (Offices), Craig Jorczak (Awesome 80’s Prom), Jacob Murphy (Asking for Trouble), Anna O’Donoghue (Rock n’ Roll, Eurydice), Laura Ramadei (Frequently Unasked Questions) and Claire Siebers (Schmoozy Togetherness).

The plays include:

  • Mommy Says I'm Pretty on the Insides by Lucy Alibar
    "The southern odyssey adventure of a homely girl with a large scar, and a larger heart, who heals the world on Confederate Memorial Day."
  • A Trip to Magic Island by Bekah Brunstetter
    "A trip (in every sense) between two old friends into the past drives them to tackle their lives in the present."

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  • Flagged as Inappropriate by Sam Forman
    "Bushwick, Rastafarians and goat cheese polenta collide at a dinner party between couples, that turns into a swinging good time."
  • Christmas Present by Amy Herzog
    "Christmas morning and the morning after join forces to offer up a non-refundable, truly special present."
  • The Sound in the Throat by Elizabeth Meriwether
    "A complacent couple has it out and breaks all the rules as their deepest animal instincts more than get the better of them."
  • The Story of Little Sanchez & How We Lost Our Mother by Daniel Talbott
    "Tired family members stave off unspoken fears in a house haunted with memory, as they wait and wait and wait for their late mother." Designing the production are Bart Fasbender (sound consultant), Kenneth Grady Barker (set design), Qui Ngueyn (fight director), Dustin O’Neill (projection design), Abbi Stern (costume design) and Paul Toben (lighting design).

    For tickets visit HERE. HERE Arts Center is located at 145 Sixth Avenue in Manhattan.

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