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Still Life
By Barbara Blumenthal-Ehrlich
Everyday is the same. Until it isn't.
September 16th-October 3rd
The Calamus Auditorium at Kaladi Brothers Coffee Shop / Gay City
Tickets and Information: http://www.forwardflux.com/stilllife/

Starring: Gretchen Douma (Lydia), Pilar O’Connell (Photographer), Brandon J Simmons (Donald)
Directed by: Wesley Frugé
Assistant Director: Benjamin Benne
Production Design: CJ Dockery
Production Stage Manager: Mari Cannon
Assistant Stage Manager / Assistant Production Design: Charlie Cook
Stage Hand / Assistant Production Design: Jordan Gerow
Lighting Design: Zanna Paulson


About Still Life
Still Life is a world premiere play that offers a touching and humorous look at life and loss in the terrorist age. A series of subway bombings have shut down the city, and Lydia is stuck with her annoying son-in-law awaiting news from her daughter, who was last seen getting on the train. To make matters worse, a celebrated photographer has become obsessed with Lydia and won’t leave her alone. Honorary mention on the Kilroy List 2015. Running concurrently with Green Whales.

About Barbara
Plays include: The Captives, Romeo Chang, The Next Big Thing, The Woman With Orange Hands, Hitting The Wall, Absolute Flight: A Reality Show With Wings, Double Vision, Big City, Sister Sister, The Body Clean, Cleavage, 4EVER, Three A.M., and Rox-N Miss Thang. Plays produced/developed in NYC at Playwrights Horizons, Second Stage, Roundabout, Rattlestick, Women’s Project, EST, New Georges, AracaWorks, Urban Stages, NYC Fringe Festival, Fringe NYC Encore Series, the Summer Play Festival, Stella Adler Acting Studio, and Modern-Day Griot; Regionally, at Actors Theatre of Louisville, Trinity Rep, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Hangar Theatre, Victory Gardens, Boston Playwrights Theatre, LA’s Elephant Theatre, Long Beach Playhouse, New Mexico’s Fusion Theatre, Chicago’s Collaboration Theatre and more. Published by Smith & Kraus and Indie Theatre Now, she has won or placed in the Woodward/Newman Drama Award, O’Neill Playwrights Conference, Sundance Playwriting Lab, Princess Grace Award, the Heideman Award, Bay Area Playwrights Festival, the Julie Harris Playwriting Award, the Trustus Theatre Playwrights Festival, and more. She is a New Georges affiliated artist. For more information, visit her website (http://www.barbarablumenthalehrlich.com). Or follow her on Twitter @1BarbaraBE.

Still Life will play at The Calamus Auditorium at Kaladi Brothers Coffee Shop / Gay City September 16 – October 3, 2015. It will play in rotation with Green Whales, a dark comedy about falling in love. Tickets for both plays are available now. See one, see both, or see two in one evening at a discounted price!

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By: Forward Flux Productions