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Producing Artistic Director M. Bevin O'Gara

Photos
Radio Interviews

Out of Bounds: Bevin talks with Tish Pearlman about her vision for the Kitchen
WSKG: Bevin talks with Bill Snyder
WHCU Radio: Meet the newest addition to the Kitchen

Articles

American Theatre Magazine: Kitchen Theatre Company Names M. Bevin O'Gara Artistic Director
Ithaca Journal: Jim Catalano - New leader at Kitchen: Theater is about ‘connection’
Ithaca Times: Ross Haarstad - Sitting down with the Kitchen's new artistic director
Ithaca Times: Ithaca Times' Jenny Schulte interviews Bevin

Geva Journal
M. Bevin O'Gara on SMART PEOPLE, Leadership, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer




Holiday Party

Santaland Diaries promo shots
Photo Booth Pics
Press Release
Main Event Page, with calendar and ticket info
 
 
 
 



Every Brilliant Thing

Brahmani Photos
Press Release
Audience Guide
Seating Chart
Newspaper Articles

The Ithacan: "Interactive play addresses themes of depression and suicide"
Ithaca Journal: Jim Catalano talks to Karl Gregory and Wendy Dann.

Radio Interviews

WHCU Morning Newswatch: Karl Gregory returns for Every Brilliant Thing

Collaborators in Conversation

The Actors: Actors Aila Peck (Brahman/i) and Karl Gregory (Every Brilliant Thing) talk about the challenges of a one-person show
The Directors: Directors Summer L. Williams (Smart People) and Wendy Dann (Every Brilliant Thing) talk embracing the "I don't know"

Reviews

"Flawless gem of a production that strikes straight to the heart" - Ithaca Times
"Every Brilliant Thing grabs you by the lapels and makes you laugh and listen." - Syracuse New Times
"Wendy Dann has done a spectacular job of directing this bittersweet, roller coaster of a play...that only an actor with Gregory's technical skill, ingenuity, sense of humor, and willingness to show human vulnerability could pull off" - Tompkins Weekly


Main Show Page, with calendar and ticket info



Brahman/i

Brahmani Photos
Program
Press Release
Audience Guide
Collaborators in Conversation

The Actors: Actors Aila Peck (Brahman/i) and Karl Gregory (Every Brilliant Thing) talk about the challenges of a one-person show.

Radio Interviews

WHCU Morning Newswatch: Actor Aila Peck talks to Lee Rayburn about her role as an Indian-American intersex stand-up comedian
WHCU The Arts Beat: Musician Thom Dunn talks to Chris Hedden about performing in Brahman/i, audience reactions to the play, and more.
WSKG: Aila Peck talks to Bill Snyder



Smart People

Smart People Photos
Program
Press Release
Audience Guide
Newspaper Articles

Ithaca Journal: Jim Catalano previews the season and talks to M. Bevin O'Gara
Ithaca Journal: Jim Catalano talks to M. Bevin O'Gara about her plans for the season
Ithaca Times: Ross Haarstad sits down with M. Bevin O'Gara

Radio Interviews

WHCU Morning Newswatch: Director Summer L. Williams and local artist Michelle Berry discuss issues of the play
WHCU The Arts Beat: Producing Artistic Director M. Bevin O'Gara talks to Chris Hedden
WSKG: Producing Artistic Director M. Bevin O'Gara talks to Bill Snyder

Collaborators in Conversation

The Directors: Directors Summer L. Williams (Smart People) and Wendy Dann (Every Brilliant Thing) talk embracing the "I don't know"
The Writers: Lydia R. Diamond (Smart People) and Walt McGough (Brawler) talk beginnings, endings, and what makes a good play

Reviews

"Wildly funny, gripping and remarkably thought-provoking” - Cornell Daily Sun
“Powerhouse Performances. It’s hard not to be emotionally invested in the engaging characters” - Tompkins Weekly
“Will have you cackling aloud. Superb Performances.” - Ithaca Times