Continues to December
By David Auburn
directed by m. Bevin O’Gara
NOV 23 - DEC 15, 2019
Catherine has spent years taking care of her father, a famous mathematician. In the wake of his death, Catherine grapples with what she may or may not have inherited—from brilliance to madness. With the appearance of Catherine’s estranged sister, an unexpected suitor, and a notebook containing a groundbreaking proof, Catherine’s life, and the future of the field, change in an instant. A poignant portrayal of explosive genius and the complexity of inheritance.
2 hours 30 minutes, performed with an intermission
Recommended for ages 14+Sponsors
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ROM BARKHORDAR has called Chicago home for the last 20 years where his credits include, Act's of God, (Lookingglass theatre) The Nutcracker, (House Theatre of Chicago) Yasmina's Necklace,(Goodman Theatre) Uncle Vanya, or that's Life, (Rasaka theatre) Mosque Alert, (Silk Road Rising) The Who and the What, (Victory Gardens theatre) In a Garden, (A Red Orchid theatre, Jeff award nomination for best actor) and The Elephant Man, (Steppenwolf Theatre Company) to name a few. Regional credits: Pulitzer Prize winner, Disgraced (Virginia Stage Co.) The Who and the What, (Huntington Theatre, IRNE nomination for Best Supporting Actor) Around the World in 80 days, (Centerstage Baltimore and Kansas City Repertory Theatre). Television credits: Proven Innocent, Chicago Justice, Chicago Fire, Mind Games, Boss and The Beast. Film: Canal Street. He is represented by Gray Talent Group. Big thanks to Bevin, Joe, Turna and Aila and his beautiful wife, Maren.
Joseph Marrella- is excited to be making his Kitchen debut. Joseph is a current cast member of Shear Madness in Boston, the longest running play in American Theater History. Other credits include The Who and The What (Huntington Theatre Company), Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play; Death of a Salesman; Big River; The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby (Lyric Stage Co.), Twelfth Night (Summer Festival Theater), Story Time Preservation Hour (New Exhibition Room), and Tales of Poe (NewRep On Tour). Joseph has appeared in commercials and corporate videos for Hewlett Packard, Hasbro Inc., BJ’s Wholesale Club, Thumbtack.com, Pinnacle Golf, Staples and W.B. Mason, among others. He has also directed and choreographed several projects including Tape (Bremen Town Entertainment), Zombie Double Feature (New Exhibition Room), and multiple productions for The Lyric First Stage program. Joseph is a proud graduate of Emerson College (BA Theatre Education, Acting Emphasis). He also serves as a Monologue Coach for My College Audition, providing one on one coaching for the competitive college audition process (www.mycollegeaudition.com). Love and thanks to Mandy and Lily. Visit him online at www.josephmarrella.com
NEW YORK: Off-Broadway: BAM: The Parable Conference;Ma-Yi Theater Company: Soldier X; The Flea: Office Hours, Looking at Christmas, The Great Recession; Ensemble Studio Theater: Asking For Trouble. REGIONAL: Shakespeare Theatre Co.: The Panties, The Partner and The ProfitThe Huntington Theatre Company: The Who & the What; American Theater Group: The Way We Get By; Tantrum Theater: Into the West; Theater Workshop of Nantucket: The 39 Steps, Time Stands Still. FILM: Hiding in the Open, How He Fell In Love, Completely Normal. Television: Small Miracles, Deadbeat. www.turnamete.com
SARASWATHI JONES is a composer, musician and community organizer currently based in Tempe, Arizona. She has played and toured with Boston area bands for nearly a decade and is a passionate organizer with the Girls Rock Camp movement. In addition to Kitchen Theatre Company, she has composed original music for Huntington Theatre Company and the experimental company Liars & Believers, both in Boston. Jones was a 2019 Helene Wurlitzer Foundation artist-in-residence in Taos, New Mexico and is currently part of the Tempe Creatives Cohort for 2019-2020. Whenever possible, she performs solo and with her South Asian punk band Awaaz Do. More at: www.saraswathijones.com