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Radium Girls

by D.W. Gregory

Directed by Lorca Peress

May 4 – 5, 2017. The Marilyn Monroe Theatre.

Synopsis: Radium is a miracle cure, Madame Curie an international celebrity, and luminous watches the latest rage. Until the girl who paint the watch dials begin to die. Based on the true story of the women and men who worked for the U.S. Radium Corporation, Radium Girls is a wry examination of the commercialization of science and the twin American obsessions and the pursuit of health and wealth.


Due to the extensive class size of the NYU Tisch School, the class was split up into 4 different groups, each performing one act on one night of the show.

Show 1

Act 1- Class 2C

Abigail Allen, Lucie Allouche, Luzmyrna Crespo, Corinn Gist-Stevenson, Allegra Henderson, Maya Hendricks, Natalia Morales-Sheab, Isabel Neve , Kiara Saxena, Diamond Taylor, Sam Vita, Marcel Werder, Alec Febbraro

Act 2- Class 2B

Will Brockman, Noah Casner, JP Gutierrez, Knox Van horn, Dylan Tashjian, Beth Howie, Carly Lynch, Kan Mills, Emma Prusha, Ashley Sohne, Leona Stewart, Isabella Uzcategui Matos

Show 2

Act 1- Class 2D

Samiyah Alaji, Ivory Moon Brownback, Jacob Cohen, Alex Cope, Martin Drop, Simone Elhart, Ella Lentini, Lucas Mollod, McKennah Rabel, Taylor Rhoades, Harshil Shah, Rose Tibbits, Veronica Velez, Patrick Yeboah

Act 2- Class 2A

Jack Brinsmaid, Julian Coker, Rohun Gurbaxani, Bella Harris, Neo Cihi, Krishna Lulla

Alex Mainofli, Paige Michelet, Allie Prein, Sarah Schoonmaker, Meagan Sisler, Christa Vrabel, Ellie Yorke, Sarah Musicant

Creative Team:

Stage Manager/ Property Master: Cristina Ayon Viesca

Costume Design: Darla Juniper Krupnik

Photographer: Hunter Canning


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