Full Cast, Creative Team Revealed for New York Theatre Workshop's American (Tele)visions | Playbill

Off-Broadway News Full Cast, Creative Team Revealed for New York Theatre Workshop's American (Tele)visions

The co-production with Theater Mitu is written by Victor I. Cazares and directed by Rubén Polendo.

New York Theatre Workshop's upcoming american (tele)visions, a co-production with Theater Mitu, will begin performances Off-Broadway September 9 and open September 29, with the limited engagement set to continue through October 16. Written by NYTW Playwright-in-Residence Victor I. Cazares, the world premiere will be directed by Rubén Polendo.

Featured in the cast will be Clew (Angels in America), Raúl Castillo (Looking), Ryan J. Haddad (Hi, Are You Single?), Elia Monte-Brown (New Amsterdam), and Bianca "b" Norwood (Seven Deadly Sins).

The memory play follows "Hero of Ages Lost" Erica as she pushes her shopping cart through a '90s Walmart, telling the story of an undocumented Mexican family. The performance will feature live performance, live camera feeds, and pre-recorded video.

The world premiere will also have scenic and costume design by Bretta Gerecke, specialty costumes by Project Runway star Mondo Guerra, lighting design by Jeanette Yew, and technology design by Justin Nestor, Alex Hawthorn, and Kelly Colburn. The production is cast by David Caparelliotis, with J. David Brimmer serving as fight director, Andy Arden-Reese as intimacy director, Dawn-Elin Fraser as voice and text coach, and Shelley Miles as stage manager.

The Off-Broadway company's upcoming season also includes Stephen Sondheim and George Furth's Merrily We Roll Along, set to star Daniel Radcliffe; Clare Barron's adaptation of Chekhov's Three Sisters, directed by Sam Gold; Liliana Padilla's How to Defend Yourself, co-directed by Rachel Chavkin (Hadestown) and Steph Paul (The Last Match); and Inua EllamsThe Half-God of Rainfall. Performance dates for the remainder of the season are to be announced.

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