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Terrence O'Brien will direct Steven Fechter's drama.

Bekka Lindstrom, Gus Kaikkonen, Vernice Miller, and Alfred Gingold

59E59 Theaters and Oberon Theatre Ensemble will present Steven Fechter's The Memory Exam Off-Broadway beginning September 3 prior to an official opening September 10 in Theater C.

Directed by Terrence O’Brien, performances will continue through September 25.

The cast will feature Alfred Gingold (Equus) as Hank, Gus Kaikkonen (House of Mirth) as Tom, Bekka Lindström (The Sky Inside) as Jen, and Vernice Miller (Eve’s Song) as Dale.

The Memory Exam is set in a future when the simple act of forgetting can be fatal and vigilante laws turn neighbors, friends, and colleagues into spies. In the play, three older people covertly hire an expert to coach them for the perilous Memory Exam.

The production will feature scenic design by Tamara L. Honesty, costume design by Amy Sutton, lighting design by Greg MacPherson, and sound design by Charles Hatcher. Jenna Lazar serves as company manager with Charles Casano as stage manager. Helene Galek is the casting director.

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