Directing Thesis: Richard III | Spring 2018
March 31, 2018
March 31, 2018
March 30, 2018
March 29, 2018
March 28, 2018
Flexible Performance Space
Lenfest Center for the Arts
615 W. 129 St.
New York, NY 10027
TICKET POLICY: No late seating
April 3, 2018
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Nana Dakin '18
The sport of Kings is a contest of fair and foul play. Richard, the underdog, is spurned at court for his physical condition but eyes the crown with bloody determination. No bond is too sacred to betray as he manipulates his way to glory.
In this story of depravity and ambition, an all-female cast redraws the lines that define gender and power and asks, how far is too far to get what you want?
Dramaturgs: Lucy Powis and Annie Wang
Producer: Paloma Estévez
PSM: Megan Webb
ASMs: Ada Zhang and Dennis Ho
Company Manager: Ikumi Kuronaga
Scenic Designer: Santiago Orjuela Laverde
Costume Designer: Emily White
Lighting Designer: Elizabeth Mak
Sound Designer: Pornchanok Kanchanabanca
Fight Choreographer: Ellen Bryan
Graphic Designer: Anchuli Felicia King
Brie Archer, Anya Banerjee, Tessa Barlow-Ochshorn, Hannah Benjamin, Elizabeth Chappel, Britta Kuhn, Katie Mack*, Maya Martin-Udry, Rita McCann, Zainab Musa*, Adaku Okpi, Alice Renier*, Briana Sakamoto*, Kea Trevett*, Phoebe Wright
* Appearing courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association
The Director’s Bio:
Nana Dakin is a Thai-American director of new plays, classics and devised performance. Having grown up in multiple countries, Nana’s work is driven by a great curiosity and empathy for diverse cultural and sociopolitical realities. She is committed to promoting social justice and challenging her audience through the interplay of language, movement and bodies in space. Nana is a core member of B-Floor Theatre, Thailand’s vanguard physical theatre company. Her directorial work with B-Floor, Begin Again (2009) and Damage Joy (2011) ranked in the top 5 theatre productions of that year by the Bangkok Post. This summer she will be Anne Bogart's Assistant Director for the SITI Company's production of The Bacchae at the Getty Villa.