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THE WILD PARTY

by Andrew Lippa

Directed by Rob Hller

Musical Direction by Bruce Baumer

Choreography by Theresa Burns

March 9-12, 2016. The Lee Strasberg Theatre

Synopsis: Lovers Queenie and Burrs decide to throw the party-to-end-all-parties in their Manhattan apartment. After the colorful arrival of a slew of guests living life on the edge, Queenie’s wandering eyes land on a striking man named Black. As the decadence is reaching a climax, so is Burrs’ jealousy, which erupts and sends him into a violent rage. Gun in hand and inhibitions abandoned, Burrs turns on Queenie and Black. The gun gets fired, but who’s been shot?

Featuring: Andrew Baumer, Tristan Campbell, Raiane Cantisano John Carbone, Gjermund Gjesme, Carly Jurman Ita Korenzecher, Emmanuel Lopez, Daniel Napolitano Ruthie Ofrasio, Charles Ouda, Christina Paterno Sami Petrucci, Eddie Rodriguez Jr., Emily Stolp Allie Waxman, Max Weinstein, Weronika Wozniak

Creative Team:

Scenic Designer: Gabriel Firestone

Lighting Designer: Zach Pizza

Costume Designer: Sarah Thea

Stage Manager- Ashley Nelson

Technical Director: Chris Orenstein

Assistant Directors: Sarah Wells, Mia Capotorto Sommese

Assistant Stage Managers: Andrea Pimental, Emma Franzel

Fight Choreographer: Mitch McCoy

Assistant Choreographer: Maria Byers

Fight Captain:Daniel Napolitano

Dance Captain: Allie Waxman

Photography: Bailey Carr

Winter 202111/1 Update: Online

The Lee Strasberg Institute announces that Winter 2021 term classes will begin with fully online instruction, per State & Local guidance.

Click here for Winter online classes in New York City. | Click here for Winter online classes for Los Angeles.

The Institute is also offering new short-term online only classes. See Online Acting

Please note that the State of California color-coded reopening system does not permit any in-person instruction until the County is at least in the red tier (25% capacity). Los Angeles remains in purple.