• Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom

  • Unearthly Visitants

  • Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom

  • Treasure Island

  • Scenes from Family Life

  • The Chrysalids

  • Treasure Island

  • The Telephone

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Unearthly Visitants

Base on Ghost Stories by Edith Wharton
Adapted & Directed by Kevin Ray
Scenic & Prop Design - Yang Yu
Costume Design - Alyssa Korol
Lighting Design - Jon DeGaetano
Sound Design - Ian McNally
Original Music - Ian McNally
Production Stage Manager - Henry Menestrier

Photos by Jonathan Levin
A fierce social critic and the first woman awarded the Pulitzer Prize (The Age of Innocence, 1920) Edith Wharton's chilling short stories are the beating heart of this devised play probing the confinement of social norms and the price the living pay for ignoring the past. Read more about the production here.

Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom

by Jennifer Haley
Directed by Kevin Ray
Scenic Design - Yang Yu
Costume Design - Sherry Wu
Lighting Design - Itohan Edoloyi
Sound Design - Daniela Hart
Projection Design - Michael Redman
In a suburban subdivision with identical houses, parents find their teenagers addicted to an online horror video game. The game setting? A subdivision with identical houses. The goal? Smash through an army of zombies to escape the neighborhood for good. But as the line blurs between virtual and reality, both parents and players realize that fear has a life of its own.

Scenes from Family Life

by Mark Ravenhill
Directed by Kevin Ray
Scenic Design - Jon DeGaetano
Costume Design - Victoria Soechting
Lighting Design - Jon DeGaetano
Sound Design - Kevin Ray & Tamara Kachelmeier
Lisa and Jack are about to have a baby when Lisa vanishes into thin air. Jack discovers people all over the planet are disappearing. Soon the only two people left in the world are Jack and his heavily pregnant friend Stacy. Jack adjusts to the silent and primitive world but for Stacey it turns into a nightmare.

The Chrysalids

by David Harrower
from the novel by John Wyndham
Directed by Kevin Ray
Scenic Design - Sky Burkson
Costume Design - Sara Hinkley
Original Music - Alex Folts
In a post-nuclear holocaust society dedicated to absolute conformity, a group of young people discover they have an unusual gift of communication. Betrayed from within, they escape into the forbidden Fringes.

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

Music & Lyrics by William Finn
Book by Rachel Sheinkin
Conceived by Rebecca Feldman
Additional Material by Jay Reiss

Directed by Kevin Ray
Music Direction by Erica Umhoefer
Choreographed by Ashley Ann Jones
Scenic Design - Caitie Miller
Costume Design - Liz Gerger
Lighting Design - Jon DeGaetano

Photos by Jonathan Levin
An eclectic group of mid-pubescents vie for the spelling championship of a lifetime. While disclosing hilarious and touching stories from their home lives, the tweens compete against each other and audience volunteers.

The Telephone

by Gian Carlo Menotti
Directed by Kevin Ray
Scenic Design - Jiaying Zhang
Costume Design - Noam Mardix Katz
Music Director - Violetta Zabbi

Photos by Jonathan Levin
Ben wants to propose to Lucy, but is frustrated by the constant interruption of her telephone. Since Ben has to catch a train, he leaves Lucy’s apartment and succeeds in proposing to Lucy over the telephone from a nearby phone booth.

Treasure Island

by Bryony Lavery
from the novel by Robert Lewis Stevenson
Directed by Kevin Ray
Scenic Design - Anthony Freitas
Costume Design - Alyssa Korol
Lighting Design - John Chai Sornsong-Wilder
Puppet Design - Justin Perkins
Original Music - Kyra Tantao
It’s a dark, stormy night. Jim, the innkeeper’s granddaughter, opens the door to a terrifying stranger. At the old sailor’s feet sits a huge sea-chest, full of secrets. Jim invites him in and her dangerous voyage begins. Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic tale of murder, money, and mutiny is brought to life in this thrilling adaptation.