Helmed by Jesse Berger, the new production of this rarely performed Jacobean play by Thomas Dekker, John Ford and William Rowley features Craig Baldwin, Justin Blanchard, André De Shields, Adam W. Green, Christopher Innvar, Carman Lacivita, Christopher McCann, Christina Pumariega, Amanda Quaid, Everett Quinton, Miriam Silverman, Derek Smith, Sam Tsoutsouvas, Raphael Nash Thompson, and Charlayne Woodard.
The Witch of Edmonton rips open the dark underbelly of a small town with humor and pathos, as the lives of its inhabitants intersect in strange and spellbinding ways, and the power of a community for both good and for evil is revealed.
The Witch of Edmonton production team includes set design by Anka Lupes, costume design by Cait O’Connor, lighting design by Peter West, original music by Daniel Levy, sound design by Elizabeth Rhodes, special effects by Jessica Scott, projections by Dan Scully, hair & make-up design by Erin Kennedy Lunsford, choreography by Tracy Bersley, aerial effects by Paul Rubin, and stage violence by Rick Sordelet.
The Witch of Edmonton has performances through February 13, on Tuesday and Wednesday at 7:00pm, Thursday and Friday at 8:00pm, Saturday at 2:00pm and 8:00pm, and Sunday at 3:00pm. Click here to purchase tickets online or by calling 212.352.3101.
***Ticket Prices vary according to availability***
-$100 Benefit Opening Jan 30 | $250 for VIP Opening Night Party*
-Unique “On-Stage” seating $10 Off Regular Price at all Perf’s – Intimate seats at great prices – No audience interaction!
-Student $20 | Age 30 & Under & Industry $30 | Senior $40 (w/ID at Box Office)
-$20 Tuesdays: Feb 1, Feb 8
-20 Rush Tickets released 1 hr prior to Tuesday perf’s at Box Office – cash only
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