The cast of Falling for Eve features Jennifer Blood (Like You Like It at the Gallery Players), Nehal Joshi (Les Miserables), Adam Kantor (Next to Normal, RENT), and Sasha Sloan (Ragtime, The Kennedy Center).
Krystal Joy Brown, who opened the production as “Eve,” has left the production for a new project.
Based on David Howard’s play Adam Alone, Falling for Eve offers a second look at the world’s first love story. Creation is going perfectly. Eve, curious about what lies beyond the Garden of Eden, and obsessed with the notion that something is forbidden, bites the infamous apple. Then Adam doesn’t. How exactly they’ll get together to create the human race is anybody’s guess. Falling for Eve is a fresh and unconventional retelling of the most famous romance of all time, filled with unexpected twists and turns as Eve and Adam realize that “paradise” may not be a place after all.
The production is directed by Larry Raben, with music direction by Kim Steiner, musical staging by Lee Martino, scenic design by Beowulf Boritt, costumes by Bobby Pearce and lighting by Herrick Goldman.
Performances for Falling for Eve through August 8, are Tuesday – Saturday at 8pm; Saturday and & Sunday at 2:30pm. Tickets are $67.50 and are available online at www.yorktheatre.org, by calling (212) 935-5820, or in person at the York’s box office (Enter on 54th Street, just East of Lexington).
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