The Age of Innocence
In a small museum in LA surrounded by raging wildfires, a couple publicly announces their breakup to a sold-out crowd. Inspired by the real-life public breakup announcement made by television writer-director Jill Soloway and poet Eileen Myles and by the Edith Wharton novel of the same title, the play is a comedic take on identity, gender, and love at a certain age.
This production contains adult language and themes. Theatrical haze and strobe lighting effects will be used.
|Director||Sarah Lacy Hamilton|
|Scenic Designer||Rob Petrie|
|Lighting Designer||Rachel Sather|
|Sound Designer||Ryan McElroy|
|Dramaturgs||Merric Bower, Micah Ariel James|
|Tortoise Designer||Melissa L.F. Turner|
|Stage Manager||Marguerite Sugden|
|Assistant Stage Manager||Olivia Leslie|
*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, The Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.
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