Yale Repertory Production of Caryl Churchill's Owners Opens Oct. 31

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31 Oct 2013

Brenda Meaney
Brenda Meaney

The Yale Repertory Theatre production of Caryl Churchill's Owners officially opens Oct. 31 following previews that began Oct. 25.

Directed by Obie Award-winning resident director Evan Yionoulis, performances continue through Nov. 16.

The cast includes Anthony Cochrane, Joby Earle, Sarah Manton, Brenda Meaney, Tommy Schrider and Alex Trow.

"Her husband wants her dead, but Marion’s too busy to notice," according to press notes. "The North London real estate market is booming, and she’s out to make a killing. Her loyal young protégé—a would-be suicide who can’t quite seal the deal—is happy to do her dirty work until he gets a better offer. When Marion discovers she can’t buy out a family from one of her properties, she instead takes ownership of their most prized possession."

The production also has scenic design by Carmen Martinez, costumes by Seth Bodie, lighting by Benjamin Ehrenreich, sound by Joel Abbott, dramaturgy by Hugh Farrell, vocal and dialect coaching by Beth McGuire, fight direction by Rick Sordelet and stage management by Sonja Thorson.



Caryl Churchill is the author of Cloud Nine and Top Girls.

Tickets range from $20-98 and are available online at yalerep.org, by phone at (203) 432-1234 and in person at the Yale Rep Box Office (1120 Chapel Street, at York Street). Student, senior and group rates are also available.

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The production contains strong language and adult content. Those who have additional questions about the themes or content should contact the Box Office at (203) 432-1234.