Young Jean Lee's New Play Pullman, WA Begins at P.S. 122 March 10

News   Young Jean Lee's New Play Pullman, WA Begins at P.S. 122 March 10
Pullman, WA, a new play by Young Jean Lee, will have its premiere at P.S. 122 on March 10 for a run through March 27. The playwright directs a three-person cast of Iver Findlay, Pete Simpson and Tory Vasquez.

Lee, the author of The Appeal, seen at Soho Rep last season, is purportedly on an extended "exploration of a theatre of simplicity," according to press materials. Pullman is described as being "about what to do if you're unhappy" while everyone around you is behaving repulsively, "including yourself." The cast is extracted from some of the hipper groups in downtown New York's theatre scene. Findlay is a member of the experimental, Brooklyn-based troupe Collapsible Giraffe. Simpson is in the cast of the Blue Man Group's long-running Tubes. And Vazquez has been a member of the Elevator Repair Service since 1996.

The Appeal featured as characters the Romantic poets Byron, Coleridge, Wordsworth and Wordsworth's sister Dorothy in "a historically inaccurate look" at the quartet.

Tickets are $15. Call (212) 477-5288.

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