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Playwright Noah Haidle (Photo by Dina Rudick / Boston Globe Staff)
Playwright Noah Haidle
SCR production pic
The tutu-clad 4-year-old Lucy (Eliza Pryor Nagel) is watched over by her babysitter Emily (Heidi Dippold) in 'Mr. Marmalade' world premiere at SCR. Photo by Henry DiRocco/SCR.
Image from Artists Repertory Theatre
NY production pic
Michael C. Hall and Mamie Gummer as a girl and her imaginary friend (Photo by Sara Krulwich/The New York Times)
NY production pic 2
Production Dates and Ticket Info
By Noah Haidle.
Directed by Shawn LaCount.
When:July 13 –August 11, 2007.
Wednesdays and Thursdays @ 7:30pm.
Fridays @ 8:00pm.
Saturdays @ 4:00pm and 8:00pm.
Sundays @ 7:00pm.
Where:The Boston Center for the Arts
539 Tremont Street
South End, Boston, MA.
Tickets: Thursday, Friday and Saturday (evening) $30.00 Full, $18.00 Students (w/ ID), $25 Seniors.
Saturday (matinee) and Sundays $25.00 Full, $15.00 Students(w/ ID), $18.00 Seniors.
Group Discounts Available Upon Request
Contact Sasha Abby VanDerzee at email@example.com.
Wild Wednesdays – ALL TICKETS $15.
Pay-What-You-Can Performance (min $6) Sunday, July 15.
Box Office: Phone: 617.933.8600.
Web: will be available soon.
Walk-up: Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts, 527 Tremont St. OR Boston University Theatre Box Office, 264 Huntington Ave.
A member of Literary Managers & Dramaturgs of the Americas (LMDA) and a Boston-based producer/director/actress, Julie has dramaturged for Zeitgeist Stage Company, 11:11, and Company One. She serves as Producing Artistic Director of Way Theatre Artists where she assistant directs and dramaturgs the Zeitgeist/Way co-production of The Kentucky Cycle. Julie has directed for the Boston Theatre Marathon, Lux at Park Street Church, and has acted in and marketed numerous productions in the Boston area. Prior to Boston, she performed in Connecticut as Viola in Twelfth Night, Anya in The Cherry Orchard, and other roles as she trained at HB Studio in New York City and the Actors Workshop of New Haven. Julie credits JC as her ultimate source of strength and grace and thanks Bill for helping her live it.