Rattlestick's Yosemite, With Kathryn Erbe and Seth Numrich, Extends Off-Broadway
By Adam Hetrick
The world premiere of Daniel Talbott's Yosemite, featuring Tony Award nominee Kathryn Erbe, Seth Numrich, Noah Galvin and Libby Woodbridge, has extended its Off-Broadway run an additional four performances through March 3.
Pedro Pascal (underneathmybed, Flaca Loves Bone) directs the four-actor drama about siblings who gather in the snowy woods to face a family secret. Yosemite began previews Jan. 18 and officially opened Jan. 26. It was originally scheduled to close Feb. 26.
Erbe (The Speed of Darkness, "Law & Order: Criminal Intent") plays Julie, with Numrich (War Horse, Blind) as Jake, Galvin (The Burnt Part Boys, Ace) as Jer and Woodbridge (Jerusalem, Gabriel) as Ruby.
Yosemite, according to the Rattlestick, "tells the story of three siblings who are sent out into the snow-silent woods in the Sierra Nevada foothills to dig a hole that will be deep enough to bury a family secret. As they dig, they search for a way to escape or be rescued from their lives as the snow continues to fall and the world sinks in around them."
The design team includes Raul Abrego (scenic design), Tristan Raines (costume design), Joel Moritz (lighting design), Janie Bullard (sound design) and Andrew Diaz (properties).
Talbott is an actor, writer, director and producer. He most recently appeared in Tony winner Christine Jones' Theatre for One in Times Square. His plays include Slipping and What Happened When. He is the artistic director of Rising Phoenix Rep.
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