in a time of romantic crises...
young Graziella seeks out a fortune teller who sees "Blood, blood, blood!" in her future. She and her twin brother Micky have just been cheated on by their respective partners. Each seek comfort and redemption within the cacophony of their mutual heartbreak. However, rumors and their own superstitions provoke them closer and closer towards taking revenge.
DADDY IN THE TOMATO PLANT
Jordan Bean- Producer
Patrick Taylor-Associate Producer
Caitlin Kellermeyer- Stage Manager
Brian Pollock - Assistant Director/ Assistant Stage Manager / Social Media & Marketing Director
Aaron Watson- Production Manager/ Technical Director
Mike Mcgee- Lighting Designer
Brooke Van Hensbergen- Scenic Designer
Peter Mills Weiss- Sound Designer
Lizzie Donelan- Costume Designer
Ali Tritto- Hair Designer
Lea Maurer- Make-up Designer
Choreography consultation by
Katie Rose McLaughlin- "Vicky Witch Dances"
Trevor Salter- "Twin Warp"
Kippy Winston- PR
Chris Ryan- Marketing
Graphics- Alexia Merlo
in association with
THE WITCH OF ST. ELMORA STREET
READY OR NOT... HERE SHE COMES
SOMETHING TERRIBLE SHE SEES...
5th - 18th
AT THE ACCESS THEATER
380 Broadway, 4th floor, New York, New York
Be there or die trying.
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We are very happy to be a Qualifying Production of Parity Productions!
Parity Productions hires 50% women and transgender writers, directors and designers on every production, and provides extensive promotional support to other theatre companies that meet the 50% standard.
To be considered a Qualifying Production, shows must meet three criteria:
- Must be a full production (design elements included) that runs for at least 2 calendar-weeks in an NYC venue.
- There must be a minimum of 6 performances over the course of the 2 week period.
- 50% of the writers, directors, and designers working on the production must be women or transgender.
THANK YOU to our generous donors!
Carly J. Bauer
Maria Di Carlo
Tony Di Carlo
AND A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO THE PEOPLE WHO HELPED US BUILD THIS WORLD
Joseph Merlo Jr.
Anna Di Miceli Ferrante
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Wolfpack Theatrics is partnering with Dark Matter Productions and company in order to to co-produce a full production of The Witch of St. Elmora Street. Both Wolfpack Theatrics and Dark Matter Productions share an interest in artistic community engagement, and cross-pollinate artists as well as artistry, creating a network of philanthropic theater-makers.
We vow to put our process, our work, our integrity first––and above all else.
We vow to seek out and explore the un-known, the frighting and uncertain in an
attempt to access and explore the depths and complexities of the human
experience in our communal pursuit of Truth.
Wolfpack Theatrics’ The Witch of St. Elmora Street is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-‐‑profit arts service organization. Fractured Atlas will receive grants for the charitable purposes of WolfPack Theatrics, provide oversight to ensure that grant funds are used in accordance with grant agreements, and provide reports as required by the grantor. Contributions for the charitable purposes of WolfPack Theatrics must be made payable to Fractured Atlas and are tax-‐‑deductible to the extent permitted by law.