Acting Thesis: Where Do We Live
By Christopher Shinn
Directed by Ron Van Lieu
It's August, 2001. The stock market is humming. Rudy Giuliani is cleaning up New York City. Drugs and sex are pervasive. Love is hard to come by. Suspicion of "the other" is rampant. A group of young New Yorkers are looking to define themselves. Christopher Shinn's Where Do We Live explores all of this with compassion and humor; a rare opportunity to see this 2005 Obie Award-winning play by one of America's most incisive writers.
Columbia University School of the Arts is proud to present the MFA Acting Class of 2020 in their thesis production of Where Do We Live that will premiere this fall at The Lenfest Center for the Arts at 615 W. 129th St.
"For Mature Audiences/ This Show Contains Mature Subject Matter."
$15 General Admission/ $5 Seniors/ FREE with Student ID (enter code: “SHINN”).
No late seating.
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For all productions listed as 'Sold Out', we will begin a Standby Ticketing Line beginning 1 hour before curtain. At curtain time, all cancellations and no show tickets will be released to those in the Standby Line.
Roberta Ahrens, Anya Banerjee, Robert Barlow, Christian Goodie, Michael Khalid Karadsheh, Clayton McInerney, Brian Patterson, Titus Van Hook, and Jae Woo
Production Stage Manager Kait Mahoney
Assistant Stage Managers Alison Savino
Scenic Designer Anna Driftmier
Costume Designer Alexandra Soiseth
Lighting Designer Eric Norbury
Sound Designer Kimberly O'Loughlin
Props Master Emmett Grosland
Projections Designer Taylor Stuart
Director of Production Joe Novak
Production Manager CB Shotwell
Graphic Designer Annie Jin Wang