An Opera Conceived by Beggars

The entire glorious company in the final scene of Marvell Rep’s Drama Desk Award-nominated production of The Threepenny Opera. We thought the horse-head on a stick was a cheekily appropriate solution for an “opera conceived by beggars.” Photo by Jill Usdan.

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God of Vengeance

Act Two in GOD OF VENGEANCE. A playful moment in the brothel, before tragedy strikes.  Four of New York’s most gifted actresses:  Stacey Linnartz and Elizabeth Stahlmann in the foreground, Molly Stoller and Rachel Claire at the window.

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Parents and Children

Photo from SPRING'S AWAKENING

Anne Newhall and Lizzy DeClement as Mrs. Bergmann and her daughter Wendla in Marvell Rep’s 2012 production of Spring’s Awakening.  Working with these two extraordinary, limitless actresses was a real highlight. Photo by Jill Usdan.

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Professor Bernhardi

Photo of the cast of Professor Bernhardi with Nathan Lane

Nathan Lane came to see our production of PROFESSOR BERNHARDI, and here he is with our brilliant, huge cast. This is Arthur Schnitlzer’s masterpiece, about the witch-hunt of a Jewish surgeon in turn of the century Vienna. It had been banned in the US and much of Europe. Incredibly, ours was the first NYC production. […]

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Spring’s Awakening

Brooding Melchior (Giuseppe Bausillio) stirs the awakenings of spring in Thea (Lauren Lopes), Martha (Charlotte Astrid), and Wendla (Lizzy DeClement). One of the best casts ever.

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Spring’s Awakening

A faculty meeting, just like any other faculty meeting. SPRING’S AWAKENING. Seen here, from left to right, are Geddeth Smith, Thomas Benton, John Ramaine, Angus Hepburn, and at the window, George Kennedy. Amazing actors all, playing tricky material truthfully.

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Spring’s Awakening

Lee Eden and Lauren Lopes played with such heart, honesty, and spontaneity. From SPRING’S AWAKENING.

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Young Love

This scene of young love was a highlight of SPRING’S AWAKENING, performed with great tenderness, sensitivity, playfulness and bravery by two exceptional young actors, Steven Braunstein and Ethan Navarro. And they really listened to one another, which made them so fun to watch.

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