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UGLY LITTLE SISTER

by Charlotte Miller

The Clifford Odets Play Commission Spring 2016

Directed by Daniel Talbott

May 4-7, 2016. The Lee Strasberg Theatre

Synopsis: Siblings Chloe, Medusa, Rob, Coco, Marni, and Stella cavort and scheme in a household run by mother Kate and the silenced and ultimately screaming maid Honey. The sisters ask for the help of the gods Athena and Poseidon (Hudson Oznowicz), while two chorus members watch the reality show and reveal their own story. The sisters seek divine intervention in their human schemes, and chaos ensues – Poseidon rapes the lot of them and Athena intervenes to make the sisters revenging immortal spirits.

Featuring: Kenzie Caplan, Samantha Furst, Scot Dalbery, Katharine Nedder, Caitlin Hammond, Chapman Hyatt, Hudson Oznowicz, Alice Verderber, Erica Pappas, Gloria Zingales, Vienna Valerino, Alex Levy

Creative Team:

Fight Director: David Anzuelo

Choreographer: Caroline Fermin

Scenic Designer: John McDermott

Lighting Designer: Joel Moritz

Costume Designer: Tristan Raines

Sound Designer: Daniel Melnick

Assistant Directors: Anamari Mesa, Alessandra Mesa

Stage Manager: Emily Roth

Assistant Stage Manager: Luzmyrna Crespo

Production Assistant: Chelsea Barker

Photography: Hunter Canning

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