EDITH CAN SHOOT THINGS AND HIT THEM

EDITH CAN SHOOT THINGS AND HIT THEM

Written by A. Rey Pamatmat

Directed by Tyler Struble


Nov 1- Nov 20, 2022

With no parents, little food, and nothing in the bank account, Edith, her brother Kenny, and a giant stuffed frog are doing just fine, thank you very much. Making the rules up as they go with their new friend Benji, this rag-tag team meets their match when Edith ends up shooting something for real and the formerly indifferent outside world barges in whether they want it to or not . Full of heart and filled with laughs, this coming of age story explores the gap between childhood and whatever comes

Recommended for ages 14+

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NAME YOUR PRICE PREVIEW PERFORMANCES

Tuesday, November 1 through Thursday, November 3 at 7:30 PM

OPENING NIGHT

Friday, November 4 at 8 PM

ACTOR'S FORUM

Friday, November 11 at 8 PM

Friday, November 18 at 8 PM

BIPOC COMMUNITY NIGHT

Saturday, November 12 at 8 PM

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The Artists

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Creative Team

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A. REY PAMATMAT (Playwright): A. Rey Pamatmat’s newest play House Rules will premiere at Ma-Yi Theatre Company, and his after all the terrible things I do will be produced in About Face’s 25th Anniversary Season in Spring 2016. Recently, his work was celebrated in Boston where the Huntington and Company One Theatres presented after all the terrible things I do and Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them concurrently in the Calderwood Pavilion, and his play A Power Play; Or, What’s-its-name was presented at the 2014 O’Neill Playwrights Conference after being developed at the A.R.T. Institute and Berkeley Rep’s Ground Floor.

 

Rey is Co-Director of the Ma-Yi Writer’s Lab, and is a past recipient of the Playwright of New York (PoNY) Fellowship, Princeton’s Hodder Fellowship, a Princess Grace Award for Playwriting, a Princess Grace Special Projects Grant, a NYFA Playwriting Fellowship, and a Truman Capote Literary Fellowship. He teaches at Primary Stages’s Einhorn School of the Performing Arts. B.F.A.: NYU, Drama. M.F.A.: Yale School of Drama, Playwriting.

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TYLER STRUBLE (Director) Tyler Struble is the Associate Producer and Community Engagement Coordinator at Kitchen Theatre Company. As a director, they have assisted for M. Bevin O’Gara (At KTC: Tribes, Cry It Out), Kyle Haden, Margarett Perry (At KTC: The Children), Suzanne Agins and are an alum of the 24 Hour Plays: Nationals program and Hangar Theatre Lab Company. As a consultant, they have developed and directed new works with various emerging playwrights with one project, I’m Gonna Marry You Tobey Maguire, set to premiere at The Cell in New York City next summer. In Ithaca, Tyler has worked as a teaching artist at the Hangar Theatre and serves on the board of directors for Village at Ithaca. With Village at Ithaca, Tyler co-produced the short film, “Stolen Joy Project,” which has since been screened locally as part of Black Lives Matters at School Week and selected for the 2022 Atlanta Children’s Film Festival.

 
 
 
 

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