Focusing on what I've been working on:
Currently I am a Production Management Intern with NYTW. The current production running is the American Premiere of Caryl Churchill's newest work, Love and Information . It's a brilliant show consisting of 57 (or so) scenes, some of which are only 20 seconds long, with none of the same characters, in all different locations. The technical for this show was insanity. You try creating 57 different locations and then quick transitioning between all of them. The designs for it, beautiful. I cannot get enough of the original music made for the show, and the set design is so simple yet so perfectly fitting. It's brilliant, but also a tough show to love. If you want to see a romantic narrative that whisks you away into the dream world of theatre, go see Bridges of Madison County. But if you want to spend a night thinking in the theatre about whether love and science are different entities, if they compliment each other or drive each other apart, and see 57 unique answers, then Love and Information might interest you. The show will jolt you, LITERALLY, with bright lights and loud music, to make sure you don't fall asleep or stop thinking. It's a thinker, not an entertainer (but don't think it's not entertaining). And it's been receiving great reviews, like the one when you click on the button....
Next project just announced at NYTW- Red-Eye to Havre de Grace
It's a musical about Edgar Allen Poe's final moments before his death. Check it out. Below is a little more info. Tickets on Sale March 11