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Marion Bridge by Daniel MacIvor • SEPTEMBER 2015

The Living Room – September 2015
Hamden Hall- October 2015
Housatonic Community College – April 2016

Directed by: Janie Tamarkin

Featuring:
Rebecka Jones*
Mariah Sage*
Jackie Sidle*
Stage Manager: Maggie Pinnow
Graphics:  Joe Landry

 

 

Acting Out: The Institute Library • NOVEMBER 2013

New Haven/The Institute Library

THE PLAYS

Drawing of a Double
by MJ Kaufman
Directed by Pawel Moroz

No More Flying Machines
by MJ Kaufman
Directed by Pawel Moroz

Autobiography
by Doron S. Ben-Atar
Directed by Pawel Moroz

 

                        Featuring:

Rebecka  Jones*
Josh Matteo
David Pilot
Mariah Sage*
Janie Tamarkin*

David Brensilver Arts Paper: History and place as inspiration: Theatre 4 stages new plays at The Institute Library 

 

Acting Out: IKEA New Haven • APRIL 2013

New Haven/ IKEA

THE PLAYS

Your Living Room is Filled with Ghosts
by MJ Kaufman
Directed by Paul Moroz

In the Garden of Sweden
by Jacques Lamarre
Directed by Janie Tamarkin

The Housewives of Corinth
(or Medea Episode 2)

by Andra Vebell
Directed by Michael Daly

For the Most Important People in the World
by Jake Jeppson
Directed by David Pilot

Featuring:
Alexandra Burke
Janie Tamarkin*
Kit Novotney
Aaron L. Schwartz
Jackie Sidle*
Rebecka Jones*
Rob Pawlikowski
Mariah Sage*
Richard Zoglin in Time Magazine Total Immersion: In more new shows, the passive theatergoer is passé  Hartford Courant Korky Vann: At Ikea, the Store’s a Stage 

 

Salvage by George Brant • APRIL/MAY 2012 • AUGUST 2012 FringeNYC

New Haven/ The Gallery at Upcrown Entertainment/ World Premiere
August 2012/ New York International Fringe Festival

Directed by Maryna Harrison

Featuring:
Mariah Sage*
Janie Tamarkin*
Rebecka Jones*
Stage Manager: Sarah Iannarone
Set Design: Daniel Nischan
Lighting Design: Christopher Hoyt
Sound Design: Darlene Richardson
Technical Director: Melissa Mielert
Michael Mraz, Nytheatre.com, says, “a show so rich and compelling that you can’t wait to see what’s around the bend.” Nytheatre.com: “Salvage”Melissa Simonetti, TimeOut NY, says, “As the dialogue among these three women intensifies into a roller-coaster ride of vulnerability and deception, one shocking secret is revealed after another. Yet despite the harsh twists of what-ifs and missed chances, the play leaves you with the saving graces of family loyalty and endurance.” TimeOut:Salvage”
Acting Out: Fairhaven Furniture • JANUARY 2012

New Haven/ Fairhaven Furniture

THE PLAYS

About a Neti Pot by Dawn Campbell
Directed by Ric Sehcrest

To Be Announced by Joe Landry
Directed by Janie Tamarkin

Protector of the Kingdom by Caroline V. McGraw
Directed by Kelly DiMauro

Table Talk by Steven Otfinoski
Directed by Kelly DiMauro

Featuring:
Mark Hamilton*
Janie Tamarkin*
Nicole Rodriguez
Trevor Williams
Josie Kulp
Mariah Sage*
Rebecka Jones*
Kit Novotny

 

Musical Chairs • APRIL 2011

Westville/Lyric Hall

THE PLAYS

Lost by Mary Louise Wilson
Directed by Jeff Stanley

After You by Steven Dietz
Directed by Janie Tamarkin

In A Manner of Speaking by Robin Rothstein
Directed by Keely Knudsen

Seeing the Light by Robert McKay
Directed by Janie Tamarkin

Featuring:
Kelly DiMauro
Rebecka Jones*
Keely Baisden Knudsen
George Kulp
Aleta Staton
Janie Tamarkin*
with The Pierce Campbell Jazz Duo
Stage Managers: Laura Maselli and Laura Tamarkin
Lights: Dan Tamarkin
New Haven’s Theater Jerk, Christopher Arnott, says, “Musical Chairs brings the party, and a casual low-key soiree with bowls of chips at the cabaret tables. This is a tidy and neat small company, now several years old, that works sweetly and efficiently, delivering one-acts as cordially and professionally as if they were waiters bringing you fancy entrees. The “Musical Chairs” review: April 14, 2011

 

Acting Out: The Study at Yale • JANUARY 2011

New Haven/The Study at Yale

THE PLAYS

The Hero of Tal Afar by Lee Jacobus
Directed by Jeff Stanley

In the Red, White and Blue by Dipika Guha
Directed by Jeffery Steven Allen

Confidence by Kristen Palmer
Directed by Jeffery Steven Allen

The Worst Man by Doron Ben-Atar
Directed by Janie Tamarkin

Featuring:
Rebecka Jones*
Mark Hamilton*
George Kulp
Mariah Sage*
Aleta Staton
Janie Tamarkin*
Stage Manager: Rachel Berg
Crowd Management Engineers: Elayne Cassara, Susan Kulp, Laura Maselli, Laura Tamarkin
Guitar: Dan Tamarkin

 

Private Eyes by Steven Dietz • MAY/JUNE 2010

New Haven/Long Wharf Stage II
Middletown/Oddfellows Playhouse
Old Saybrook/The Kate

Directed by Janie Tamarkin

Featuring:
Philip M. Gardiner
Rebecka Jones*
Robert Resnikoff*
Mariah Sage*
Jackie Sidle*
Stage Manager: Melissa Meilert
Set & Light Design: Tate Burmeister
Fight Choreographer: David I. Chandler
Crew: Kelly DiMauro, Katie Dumoulin, Dawn Landino
Tom Holehan from Connecticut Critics Circle says, “If this is evidence of what the group has to offer, they are a company very much worth watching.” Theatre 4 Offers a Quirky “Private Eyes”June 8, 2010Richard B. Kamins from The Middletown Eye says, “The performances are mighty impressive and the use of music is smart.” For more, see “Private Eyes”
Acting Out: Lena’s Cafe & Confections • JANUARY 2010

Westville/Lena’s Cafe & Confections

THE PLAYS

The Poster by George Brant
Directed by Mariah Sage

Doesn’t Get It by Rosemary Foley
Directed by Jeffery Allen

86 Jake by Jack Rushen
Directed by Jackie Sidle

‘Till that Lucky Dayby Staci Swedeen
Directed by Janie Tamarkin

Featuring:
Jeffery Steven Allen*
Rebecka Jones*
Thomas Murphy*
Mariah Sage*
Jackie Sidle*
with Luke Elliot on keyboard

 

Anton in Show Business by Jane Martin • OCTOBER 2008

New Haven/Lincoln Theater
Middletown/Oddfellows Playhouse

Directed by Janie Tamarkin

Featuring:
Rebecka Jones*
Aaliyah Miller
Kaia Monroe*
Mariah Sage*
Rachel Shapiro-Alderman
Jackie Sidle*
Janie Tamarkin*
Crew: Sally Tamarkin
Gwendolyn Forrest
Collected Stories by Donald Margulies • NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2007

New Haven/Lincoln Theater

Director: Keely Baisden-Knudson
Assistant Director: Rebecka Jones

Featuring:
Mariah Sage*
Janie Tamarkin*