A documentary theatre project revealing the complex portrait of acquaintance rape and consent as told by real interviews from survivors, detectives, attorneys, and others affected by what is a problem of escalating proportions.
Cast: Bernadette Carter, Ty Carter, Daria Harper, Lauren Pizzi, Sarah Razmann, and Nathan Eric Slate
Director: Hannah Wolff
Nicole Pandolfo was a 2017 Dramatists Guild Foundation Fellow and her work has been developed at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center as a Playwright Observer, at Tofte Lake as a Jerome Foundation Fellow, and at The Actors Studio, NJ Rep, and the Lark among others. She was a finalist for the Edward Albee Foundation Fellowship, SPACE on Ryder Farm, and the Leah Ryan Fund for Emerging Women Writers. She is a member of The Actors Studio in the Playwright/Director Unit and received her MFA at Hunter College. Her NJPAC Stage Exchange commission play, Brick City, opens in July at Premiere Stages at Kean University. www.nicolepandolfo.com
Amy E. Witting finally admits she is from New Jersey although now resides in Sunnyside, New York. She received her bachelor’s degree from Ithaca College and her MFA in playwriting from Hunter College where she studied under Tina Howe, Arthur Kopit, & Mark Bly. Her plays include The House on the Hill (Atlantic Theater Inaugural LAUNCH Commission, NNPN National Showcase, Upcoming CATF World Premiere), The Midnight Ride of Sean & Lucy (Roundabout Underground Workshop featuring Elisabeth Moss & Bryce Pinkham, Semi-finalist 2017 O’Neil Playwrights Conference), & Day 392 (The Kennedy Center ACTF/NNPN MFA Playwrights Workshop, Hunter Playwrights Week, Honorable Mention Kilroy’s List).
Hannah Tova Wolff is a director working in Chicago and New York. Her directing credits include Fade (Victory Gardens, IL), For The Loyal (Interrobang, IL), Pam’s Key (Gallery Players, NY), Still Rising (The Tank, NY), Bachelorette (Walkerspace, NY), and Exposing Abraham’s Bosom (Stage773, IL). In 2016 Hannah won best director at the Midtown International Theatre Festival for her production of Between Men. Hannah is a founder and company member of Via Brooklyn Theatre Co. She was a participant in the Chicago Director’s Lab and she is a 2017-2018 Directing Fellow in the Director’s Inclusion Initiative at Victory Gardens Theatre in Chicago. Hannah received her Bachelor’s Degree in Theatre and History from Northwestern University. www.hannahwolff.com