According to Atlantic notes, Anon., which runs through Feb. 18, "tells the searing and irreverent tale about the hazy territory where sex, relationships, and addiction overlap, and raises the question, 'When do peccadilloes become obsessions?' Trip and Allison meet in a chance encounter when he hires her as a therapist for his morose, misbehaved cat. Little do they realize in their first meeting that they'll end up thrust into an intense relationship in which their desire to save each other and the need to save themselves may become mutually exclusive choices." At left (from top): Kate Nowlin and Remy Auberjonois; playwright Kate Robin and managing director Andrew D. Hamingson; Norbert Leo Butz and Michelle Federer; artistic Director Neil Pepe and director Melissa Kievman; Caroline Aaron and Bill Buell.
Below: The company of Anon. takes its opening-night bow.
photos by Aubrey Reuben