LOST GIRL

KIMBERLY BELFLOWER'S

Photo by Yi-Tai Chung
Photo by Yi-Tai Chung
Photo by Yi-Tai Chung
Photo by Yi-Tai Chung
Photo by Yi-Tai Chung
Photo by Yi-Tai Chung
Photo by Yi-Tai Chung
Photo by Yi-Tai Chung
Photo by Yi-Tai Chung
Photo by Yi-Tai Chung
Photo by Yi-Tai Chung
Photo by Yi-Tai Chung

Neverland was an awfully long time ago…

 

What became of Wendy Darling in the years following her adventures with Peter Pan in Neverland? An exploration of love, loss, identity and magic, Lost Girl continues the story of J.M. Barrie’s beloved character – the girl who had to grow up.

 

Long after she last saw Peter fly through her bedroom window, Wendy decides that she must find him in order to reclaim her kiss and move on with her life. Along the way, she encounters other girls who went to Neverland and learns she is not alone. Lost Girl is a new play about standing in the center of your own story instead of the shadow of someone else’s.

A new play written by Kimberly Belflower

Directed by Cara Phipps, assisted by Kevin Poole

Movement Directed by Kelsey Oliver

Stage Managed by Jessica Forte, assisted by Joshua Secor

Technical Director - Lawerence Bennett

Dramaturg - Courtney McEniry

Lighting Design by Yi-Tai Chung, assisted by Aaron Curry

Costume Design by Kelsey Vidic

IM Design by Jon Haas, assisted by Shimshon Zeevi

Sound Design by Joe Cornelison

Scenic Design by Camryn DeWet, assisted by Iman Corbani

Community Engagement Coordinator - Lauren Smith

Performed by Annemarie Alaniz, Toni Baker, Josh Cole, Kat Lozano, Jordan Maranto, Teddy Santiesteban, Adriana Scamardi, Steven Schwope, Luke Stodghill, and Ismael Vallejo

This piece was performed November 2016 at The University of Texas at Austin's Oscar G. Brockett Theatre.

381 Bleecker

GIA MAROTTA'S

photo by Kelsey Oliver
photo by Kelsey Oliver
photo by Kelsey Oliver
photo by Kelsey Oliver
photo by Kelsey Oliver
photo by Kelsey Oliver
photo by Kelsey Oliver
photo by Kelsey Oliver
photo by Kelsey Oliver
photo by Kelsey Oliver
photo by Kelsey Oliver
photo by Kelsey Oliver

It’s 2015, and Meg, an avant-garde choreographer in her early 60s, is losing the West Village apartment where she’s spent her entire adult life. When her sister, Ellen, shows up with her son, David, to help Meg pack, the two women must reckon with a complicated snarl of old wounds connected to their brother’s battle with AIDS in the 1980s.

Written by Gia Marotta

Directed by Jess Hutchinson

Choreographed by Kelsey Oliver

Technical Direction by Lawrence Bennett 

Lighting Design by Kate Ducey

Sound Design by Billy Henry

Costume Design by E.L. Hohn

Scenic Design/Production Design by Bruno-Pierre Houle

Stage Managed by Kamyle Smith

Production Managed by Kyle Winkelmann

Curated by Steven Dietz

Co-Curated by Hannah Wolf
Performed by Addie Alexander, Sarah Stuart, Tucker Martin, Brad Rizzo, Julia Bauer, and Ashton Fortune

This piece was performed in April 2016 in Oscar G. Brockett Theatre as a part of UTNT (University of Texas New Theatre)