Press Release: Into the Breeches!

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Into the Breeches!

Written by George Brant
Directed By Diana Van Fossen

From: Nancy Richards
nancy@northcoastrep.org
Office: 858-481-1055 ext.

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NORTH COAST REPERTORY THEATRE SHINES SPOTLIGHT ON
HILARIOUS, HEART-TUGGING COMEDY
INTO THE BREECHES!
By George Brant
A San Diego Premiere
Performances Beginning Wednesday, October 19, 2022
Running Through Sunday, November 1, 2022
Directed by Diana Van Fossen

Solana Beach, Calif. – That time-honored adage, “The Show Must Go On,” takes on new meaning in this endearing and moving comedy. INTO THE BREECHES! transports audiences to a small American playhouse in 1942.  With the actors and director off at war, a group of passionate women face the daunting challenge of preserving the theatre’s reputation for mounting outstanding Shakespearean productions. Crammed with laughs and an abundance of visual humor, their fierce determination and unbridled enthusiasm will have audiences cheering as they prove that art and community triumph even in times of peril. Reserve your seats now for this powerful, witty play that captures the true meaning of being an American.

Diana Van Fossen directs Geno Carr,* Rosemarie Chandler, Taylor Henderson, Melanie Lora,* Mikaela Macias, Katie MacNichol,* James Newcomb,*  and Shana Wride*. The design team includes Marty Burnett (Resident Scenic Designer), Matthew Novotny (Light Design), Renetta Lloyd & Roz Lehman (Costume Design), Ryan Ford (Sound Design), Cindy Rumley (Prop Design) and Peter Herman (Hair & Wigs) . Christopher Williams* is the Stage Manager.

*The actor or stage manager appears through the courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association

INTO THE BREECHES! previews begin Wednesday, October 19. Opening Night on Saturday, October 22, at 8pm.  There will be special talkback on Friday, October 28, with the cast and artistic director. It will play Wednesdays at 7pm, Thursdays through Saturdays at 8pm, Saturday and Sunday matinees at 2pm with Sundays at 7pm through Nov.13th. (See Schedule below). North Coast Repertory Theatre is located at 987 Lomas Santa Fe Drive, Solana Beach, CA 92075.  Tickets: Previews – $54 (including Friday preview at 2pm), Week Nights/Wed. & Sat. Matinees – $60; Sat. Eve. & Sun. Mat. $65; Sun Night – $57. Seniors, Students, Military & Educators – $3 off admission. Call 858-481-1055, or visit www.northcoastrep.org to purchase tickets.

BIOS:

GEORGE BRANT (Playwright) plays include Grounded, Marie and Rosetta, Into the Breeches!, The Prince of Providence, Elephant’s Graveyard, Tender Age, The Mourners’ Bench, Any Other Name, Salvage and Grizzly Mama. An Affiliate Writer at the Playwrights’ Center, his scripts have been produced internationally by such companies as the Public Theater, the Atlantic Theater Company, Cleveland Play House, Trinity Repertory Company, the Studio Theatre, Alley Theatre, Asolo Repertory, London’s Gate Theatre, Page 73 and the Traverse Theatre. His plays have received a Lucille Lortel Award, an Edgerton Foundation New Play Award, the Smith Prize, a Fringe First Award, an Off-West End Theatre Award, an NNPN Rolling World Premiere, four OAC Individual Excellence Awards and the Keene Prize for Literature. George received his MFA in Writing from the Michener Center at UT-Austin and is a member of the Dramatists Guild.

DIANA VAN FOSSEN (Director) North Coast Rep debut. She has directed Midsummer Night’s Dream, A Christmas Carol, To Kill A Mockingbird, Merry Wives of Windsor, Much Ado About Nothing, Comedy of Errors, Romeo & Juliet, Henry VI, Wars of the Roses, Trojan Women and Deconstruction, No Mercy (Associate Artist, Alabama Shakespeare Festival) Angels In America (East Lansing), The Comedy of Errors (BoarsHead Theatre, Pulsar Award), Speak Truth To Power, Someone To Watch Over Me (Cranbrook), Much Ado About Nothing (Waterworks), Beyond Oz, Casualties (Heartlande), and Story Theatre (Interlochen). International Directors’ Symposium La Mama Umbria, Directors’ Lab West, LA, voice with Cis Berry and Patsy Rodenburg. MFA Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Member of the Royal Shakespeare Company London’s West End in Piaf and Once In A Lifetime. Fight Director Certificate, Royal Society of Fight Directors. Two time Watson Fellow in experimental theatre. BA Goucher College. Acting career in film, BBC, National tours musicals, UK rep, car commercials, USA rep, and Off-Broadway, becoming the wife of an artistic director, a mother and theatre director along the way!!! First met David while in Winter’s Tale and Hamlet with his Father Robert at the Fort Worth Shakespeare Theatre. We go way back!!

(In order of appearance):

MELANIE LORA* (Maggie Dalton) was recently seen as Ruth in North Coast Rep’s The Homecoming earlier this year. A recent transplant to San Diego from LA, Melanie has worked extensively in Los Angeles theatre. LA/SoCal credits include The Hothouse (The Antaeus Company), Of Good Stock (world premiere), Elemeno Pea, Misalliance and Collected Stories (South Coast Rep), Dinner With Friends and Boeing Boeing (La Mirada Theatre), The Good Book of Pedantry and Wonder (Theatre@Boston Court), as well as productions at the Actors’ Gang, Ahmanson Theatre, Geffen Playhouse, Laguna Playhouse and many others. Film and Television: “Show Me Yours,” “Fish Head,” “I am I,” “The United States of Leland,” “Sons of Anarchy,” “Gilmore Girl,” and others. Lots of TV commercials and voiceover work as well, and most importantly, she is the mother to four spectacular children, ages 2-11. She is truly happy to be back at North Coast Rep and to be part of this wonderful show. melanielora.com @missmelanielora

KATIE MACNICHOL* (Celeste Fielding) North Coast Rep: Same Time Next Year, At This Evening’s Performance has appeared on Broadway in The Green Bird and Two Shake- spearean Actors and off Broadway in The Cider House Rules, King John and The Food Chain. In London she played the title role in A Chaste Maid in Cheapside at Shakespeare’s Globe. As a member of The Old Globe Shakespeare Repertory Company she appeared in As You like It, Comedy of Errors, Macbeth, A Winter’s Tale (Craig Noel Award), The Merry Wives of Windsor, Twelfth Night, and others. Regional work includes: Fallen Angels at Pasadena and Laguna Playhouses, Good People at La Mirada and lead roles at Mark Taper Forum, Yale Repertory, Baltimore Center Stage, McCarter, Denver Center, Shakespeare Santa Cruz, Dallas Theater Company, Shakespeare Theatre of N.J., Westport Country Playhouse, Williamstown Theatre Festival and Portland Stage Company. Film and TV: “Law and Order: Criminal Intent”, “Medium”, “The Practice” and Spike Lee’s “Bamboozled”. BFA: N.Y.U. Tisch School of the Arts. MFA: Lesley University.

JAMES NEWCOMB* (Ellsworth Snow) The Old Globe: Twelfth Night, Coriolanus, and Much Ado About Nothing. San Diego Rep: Honky, Zoot Suit, Brooklyn Boy, and The Illusion. North Coast Rep: The Homecoming, Christmas Carol (as told by one man who cares – Streamed), How the Other Half Loves. Cygnet Theatre: Roy Cohn in Angels in America (Craig Noel award). Other Theatre: Oregon Shakespeare Festival (14 Seasons), Denver Center Theatre (9 Seasons), The Public Theatre, B.A.M. Utah Shakespeare Theatre, Shakespeare & Company (founding member),The Goodman, Chicago Shakespeare, Berkeley Rep. South Coast Rep, Portland Center Stage, Missouri Rep, Arizona Theatre Co., and Geva Theatre. Representative Roles: Oxford Society Award for Richard III (O.S.F.) Drama Log Award for Touchstone, (S.S.C.), Coriolanus, Iago, Bottom, Feste, and The Duke in Measure for Measure. T.V.: “The Hand That Rocks The Cradle,” “Honky” (P.B.S.), and “I Want To Keep My Baby” (CBS). Film: “Lone Wolf”. Directing: Much Ado, Midsummer (USD Graduate Program), Lone Star, True West, and Found a Peanut (National Theatre Conservatory). Continuing Lecturer : U.C.S.D. Graduate Theatre Program.

SHANA WRIDE* (Winifred Snow) is a theatre actor and director who has worked both locally and regionally with The Old Globe, The Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles, Diversionary Theatre, Cygnet TheatreNorth Coast Repertory Theatre, Intrepid Theatre, Moxie Theatre, Compass Theatre, The Colony Theatre, Open Fist Theatre, San Diego Repertory Theatre, Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Gaslamp Quarter Theatre, and Sledgehammer Theatre.  She is the recipient of a San Diego Critics Circle Craig Noel Award for her solo performance in 2.5 Minute Ride at Diversionary Theatre and for her performance as Amanda in Cygnet Theatre’s Private Lives. She holds a master’s degree in Theatre Arts from San Diego State University.  While living in Los Angeles, she co-hosted the nationally syndicated radio show, “Women Aloud” with actor/comedienne Mo Gaffney.

GENO CARR* (Stuart Lasker) is thrilled to return to North Coast Rep, having appeared in Way Downriver, I Love You Because, A Christmas Carol, and several readings and galas. Geno originated the role of Oz & Others in the Tony Award-winning hit musical Come From Away on Broadway, also playing the role on the North American tour, at Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D.C., the Royal Alexandra Theatre in Toronto, and the world premiere at the La Jolla Playhouse. He has also appeared Off-Broadway, on five national tours, and in over one hundred plays and musicals across North America. San Diego credits include starring roles at The Old Globe, La Jolla Playhouse, Moonlight, Cygnet, Lamb’s Players, San Diego Musical Theatre, and Intrepid. Geno holds an MFA in Acting and Directing from Sarah Lawrence College and a dual BA in Music and Theatre from Hartwick College. Most important credit: husband to Nancy and father to Elliott. GenoCarr.com @GenoCarr

TAYLOR HENDERSON (Ida Green) is delighted to be back on the stages of NCRT and overjoyed to be performing again in San Diego after spending quarantine in her hometown of Las Vegas. Taylor has been performing and working professionally both on and offstage for over 10 years in various capacities as an actor, teaching artist, producer, director, and casting coordinator, as well as taking a new venture into immersive entertainment. During downtime, Taylor enjoys singing karaoke and playing Dungeons & Dragons. “Inspire, Aspire!” Selected credits:, All In The TimingTwelfth Night and An Ideal Husband (North Coast Rep), As You Like It, Les Liaisons Dangereuses (New Fortune), Home Of The Brave, Under Construction (La Jolla Playhouse/Sledgehammer Theatre), Hairspray (SDMT), The Three-Penny Opera (UCSD), A Little Night Music, Avenue Q (Coronado Playhouse), RENT (Southwestern), “The Acey Deucey Club (Fever US/Cinereal Productions), “Carnival Row” (Amazon Prime), “Fresh, Fried and Crispy” (Netflix), “Finding Magic Mike” (HBO Max) IG: @tay.renee.onstage

MIKAELA MACIAS (June Bennett) is grateful for her North Coast Repertory Theatre debut as June Bennet in Into the Breeches. Her previous roles include Performer in Pop-Up WoW Festival (La Jolla Playhouse), Noel in Noel, Noel (San Diego Symphony), Joan Arc in Mother of the Maid (Moxie Theatre), Dancer 1/ Woman 1 Understudy in Songs for a New World (Teatro San Diego), and Samantha Brown in The Mad Ones (Wildsong Productions). She is currently a 3rd-year Theatre Performance student enrolled at San Diego State University. Thank you to her mom, Tita, sister, and little cousin for being reminders of what powerful women can do.

ROSEMARIE CHANDLER (Grace Richards) is honored to be a part of this company and to be making her North Coast Repertory Theatre debut. Her favorite stories to share are ones of hope, so she is thrilled to be a part of Into the Breeches! Selected credits: The Hello Girls (Grace Banker), The Fantasticks (Luisa), The Drowsy Chaperone (Janet). Proud Northwestern University graduate. Love and gratitude to the Into The Breeches! cast, crew, and company, her family, friends, David Perlow, Barry Katz, and everyone and everything that provides encouragement and inspiration. www.rosiechandler.com

CHRISTOPHER WILLIAMS* (Stage Manager) is an actor, director, producer, fight director, stage manager and former Associate Artistic Director of North Coast Rep. Selected theatre credits: 29 mainstage shows at NCRT including Don’t Dress For Dinner, The Illusion, Gabriel, Dancing Lessons, and Desperate Measures; Rothschild & Sons (Original Off-Broadway cast); The Drawer Boy, A Moon For the Misbegotten (AZ Theatre Company); Angels In America I & II, Lobby Hero (Actors Theatre); Noises Off! (Idaho Shakespeare and Phoenix Theatre); Romeo & Juliet, Hamlet, Othello, Henry V (Southwest Shakespeare); Julius Caesar (New Village Arts); I Hate Hamlet (Intrepid Theatre); Biloxi Blues, Light Falling Down, The Elephant Man (Oceanside Theatre). He was also a producer of the WWII feature film, “Walking With The Enemy,” starring Sir Ben Kingsley and Jonas Armstrong.

Press Release: Annabella in July

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Annabella in July

Written by Richard Strand
Directed By David Ellenstein

From: Nancy Richards
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NORTH COAST REPERTORY THEATRE LAUNCHES SEASON 41 WITH DELIGHTFULLY WHIMSICAL WORLD PREMIERE OF
ANNABELLA IN JULY
By Richard Strand
Performances Beginning Wednesday, September 7, 2022
Running Through Sunday, October 2, 2022
Directed by David Ellenstein

Solana Beach, Calif. – The World Premiere of ANNABELLA IN JULY inaugurates North Coast Repertory Theatre’s eclectic Season 41, starting September 7. Penned by Richard Strand of last season’s smash-hit, Ben Butler, this comedic fantasy transforms a ski resort during the off-season into a strangely magical environment of self-discovery. This funny and insightful new work poses questions of identity and perception that will have audiences laughing out loud, while simultaneously examining the hopes and dreams of their own lives. Buy your tickets now for this joyous night at the theatre. 

David Ellenstein directs Louis Lotorto,* Jacquelyn Ritz,* Leilani Smith,* Bruce Turk,*  and Catalina Zelles in ANNABELLA IN JULY. The design team includes Marty Burnett (Resident Scenic Designer), Matthew Novotny (Light Design), Renetta Lloyd (Costume Design), Aaron Rumley (Sound & Projections) Cindy Rumley (Prop Design), Peter Herman (Hair & Wig Design) and Kris Danford (Dialect Coach). Heather Bennett* is the Stage Manager.

*The actor or stage manager appears through the courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association.

ANNABELLA IN JULY previews begin Wednesday, September 7.  Opening Night on Saturday, September 10, at 8pm.  There will be a special talkback on Friday, September 16, with the cast and artistic director. It will play Wednesdays at 7pm, Thursdays through Saturdays at 8pm, Saturday and Sunday matinees at 2pm with Sundays at 7pm through October 2. Two performances has just been added on Friday, September 9th at 2pm and Wednesday, September 28, at 2pm. (See Schedule below). North Coast Repertory Theatre is located at 987 Lomas Santa Fe Drive, Solana Beach, CA 92075.  Tickets: Previews – $54 (including Friday preview at 2pm), Week Nights/Wed. & Sat. Matinees – $60; Sat. Eve. & Sun. Mat. $65; Sun Night – $57. Seniors, Students, Military & Educators – $3 off admission.

BIOS: 

RICHARD STRAND (Playwright) Richard Strand has had premieres at Victory Gardens Theater, GeVa Theatre, Steppenwolf Theatre, The Cricket Theatre, New Jersey Repertory Company, Detroit Repertory Theatre and a number of other venues. Two of his plays, The Bug, and The Death of Zukasky, premiered at The Humana Festival at Actors Theatre of Louisville. Ten Percent of Molly Snyder, My Simple City and The Second-Story Man were written in Iowa City, Iowa, where Mr. Strand was a member of the University of Iowa Playwright’s Workshop. Ben Butler premiered at New Jersey Repertory Company and later moved to 59E59 in New York. Mr. Strand currently lives in California with his wife, Mary Lynn. He recently retired as the chairman of the theater department at Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut, California, where he designed scenery and taught History of Theater and Playwriting.

DAVID ELLENSTEIN (Director), Born into a theatrical family, David is an actor, director, producer and playwright. Before joining North Coast Rep in 2003 as Artistic Director, he served in that position for the Los Angeles Repertory Company and the Arizona Jewish Theatre Company (AJTC). He is a veteran of over 300 theatrical productions at theatres from San Diego to Maine, and from Alaska to Miami and most places in between. David has won numerous theatre awards, including the San Diego Theatre Critics Circle Award for “2018 Director of the Year.” David has also appeared in dozens of film and television roles, as well as having been guest faculty for numerous universities including California State Northridge, Cal Arts, and Shakespeare workshops privately. 

LOUIS LOTORTO* (Brian) is thrilled to return to North Coast Rep after last appearing as Arthur Vance in The Outsider. Other NCRT credits include Emperor Joseph II in Amadeus, Leo in Chapter Two, Milt in Laughter on the 23rd Floor, and Felix in The Odd Couple. Regional credits include the Royal National Theatre’s tour of An Enemy of the People (w/ Sir Ian McKellen), Camille in A Flea in Her Ear at A Noise Within (L.A. Ovation Award Nomination), Ariel in The Tempest at The Shakespeare Theatre Company (Helen Hayes Award Nomination), Oregon Shakespeare Festival, California Shakespeare Festival, Portland Center Stage; Berkeley Rep, San Jose Rep, Artists Rep, and South Coast RepertoryTheatres among others. He most recently played Hercule Poirot in Murder on the Links at the Oregon Cabaret Theatre in Ashland, Ore., and will be returning to play the famed detective again there next Fall in The Murder of Roger Ackroyd. Feel free to visit: www.louislotorto.com.

JACQUELYN RITZ* (Vanessa) is delighted to return to North Coast Repertory where she has appeared in Bloomsday, How the Other Half Loves, Chapter Two, and Fallen Angels, among others. She recently played the Baroness in La Jolla Playhouse’s production of Lempicka directed by Rachel Chavkin. Regionally, she has performed at Goodman Theatre, Northlight, Royal George, Apollo, Drury Lane, Intrepid Theatre, Marriott Lincolnshire, Peninsula Players, Milwaukee Repertory, Colorado Shakespeare Festival, Asolo Center for the Arts, and the Kennedy Center in Stephen Sondheim’s Bounce directed by Harold Prince. She can be seen as Madame Blueberry (and others) in “VeggieTales.” She directs locally and teaches the class, Acting for the Working Actor, at Scripps Ranch Theatre. She is a member of AEA and SAG/AFTRA. www.JacquelynRitzActor.com.

LEILANI SMITH* (Camelia) was born a military brat to Claude Smith Sr. and Ok Cho in Osan, Korea. After eight years of training, she became the first female black belt instructor at RPKC. She just finished her first audio book “Mother Cabrini” for the Mentoris Project, voiced “Leilani” the crossing guard — yes named after her — in HBO Max’s animated shorts program “Yellowbird” and dubbed a show for Netflix all coming soon. Just off stage in God of Carnage as Annette Raleigh at the Odyssey Theatre, you can still catch her streaming on SWAT epi. 519 “Incoming” as Pilot Archer with indie Thriller “Don’t Die” as Sally in post-production. Thrilled to return to my North Coast Rep Family and grateful to David Ellenstein for giving me this opportunity.

BRUCE TURK* (Alexander) has performed on and Off-Broadway, internationally, and at major regional theatres across the country. He most recently appeared at NCRT in The Homecoming, Ben Butler, and Same Time Next Year. New York credits include the title role in Julie Taymor’s production of The Green Bird and numerous off-Broadway appearances with Theatre For A New Audience. San Diego audiences have seen him in fifteen productions of Shakespeare at the Old Globe Theatre (Craig Noel Award). Also Lincoln Center, Brooklyn Academy of Music, ACT, Pasadena Playhouse, Seattle Repertory, McCarter Theatre, La Jolla Playhouse, Denver Center, Cincinnati Playhouse, Goodman Theatre, the Shakespeare Theaters in DC, New Jersey and Santa Cruz, and more. T.V: “Murder in the First,” “NUMB3RS,” “ER,” “L&O:SVU,” etc. He has been a resident member of Tadashi Suzuki’s Acting Company in Japan, Resident Artist at Hartford Stage, and recipient of the TCG/Fox Fellowship for Distinguished Achievement. Graduate of Northwestern University.

CATALINA ZELLES (Piper) is ecstatic to return to North Coast Rep after last being seen here in 2019‘s West Coast Premiere of Gabriel (Estelle; San Diego Theatre Critics Choice Award).  Other productions include Oceanside Theatre Company’s Christmas Carol (Christmas Past), Miracle On 34th Street (Susan Walker), Eurydice (Little Stone); Theatre School @ North Coast Rep’s Night Witches (Commander Zoya), Secret Garden (Colin Craven, NYA Award); Patio Playhouse Wait Until Dark (Gloria); Moonlight Amphitheater’s Newsies (Ensemble); San Diego Musical Theatre’s Billy Elliot (Ballet Girl); Welk Resort’s The Music Man (Amaryllis), Fiddler On The Roof (Bielke); Cygnet Theatre’s Gypsy (Baby June); Saville Theatre’s To Kill A Mockingbird (Scout); The Old Globe’s How The Grinch Stole Christmas (Little Who Ensemble). San Diego Shakespeare Festival 2014-2018 (Best Actress, Best Choral). Competitive Gymnast XCL Platinum. Catalina thanks Mr. Ellenstein for this amazing opportunity to be part of this magical story, her supportive parents, and the cast she’s blessed to share the stage with.

 

Press Release: The Remarkable Mister Holmes

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The Remarkable Mister Holmes

Book By Omri Schein & David Ellenstein
Lyrics By Omri Schein
Music By Daniel Lincoln
Directed By David Ellenstein

From: Nancy Richards
nancy@northcoastrep.org
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A WORLD PREMIERE MUSICAL COMEDY
NORTH COAST REP CONCLUDES SEASON 40
WITH A ROUSING MADCAP MUSICAL COMEDY MURDER MYSTERY,
THE REMARKABLE MISTER HOLMES
Book By Omri Schein & David Ellenstein
Lyrics By Omri Schein
Music By Daniel Lincoln
Directed By David Ellenstein
Performances Begin July 20, 2022
Running Through August 21, 2022

Solana Beach, Calif. – It’s London in the 1890s. The city is besieged with a series of baffling crimes that only the brilliant detective Sherlock Holmes and his new assistant can solve. Not only do they sleuth and scrutinize – they also sing!  From the nimble minds of beloved performer Omri Schein and North Coast Rep Artistic Director David Ellenstein with music by Daniel Lincoln, comes this fast-paced, outrageous, zany,  loving tribute to the original Arthur Conan Doyle tales. This world premiere madcap musical comedy murder mystery is designed to delight theatre lovers and Sherlock buffs alike, so be among the first to enjoy THE REMARKABLE MISTER HOLMES. A laugh out loud good time!

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Press Release: The Outgoing Tide

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The Outgoing Tide

Written by Bruce Graham
Directed By Nike Doukas

From: Nancy Richards
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SENSITIVE ISSUES TACKLED WITH HUMOR AND COMPASSION.IN NORTH COAST REPERTORY THEATRE’S WEST COAST PREMIERE OF
THE OUTGOING TIDE
By Bruce Graham

Performances Beginning Wednesday, June 8, 2022
Running Through Sunday, July 3, 2022
Directed by Nike Doukas

Solana Beach, Calif. – Fiercely proud and battling the torments of an aging mind and uncertain future, one man devises a plan, but his family has other ideas in the West Coast premiere of THE OUTGOING TIDE, at North Coast Repertory Theatre. Deftly moving between present and past, playwright Bruce Graham weaves a highly relatable story sprinkled with surprising humor and powerful emotions. This touching family drama poses thought-provoking questions about personal choice and what it means to truly love someone.

Nike Doukas directs Andrew Barnicle,* Linda Gehringer,* and Leo Marks* in THE OUTGOING TIDE. The design team includes Marty Burnett (Resident Scenic Designer), Matthew Novotny (Lighting), Elisa Benzoni (Costumes), Aaron Rumley (Sound), Philip Korth (Props), and Peter Herman (Wigs).  Stage Manager is Aaron Rumley.*

*The actor or stage manager appears through the courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association.
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