Sometimes In Prague
Presented as part of the Polyphone Festival (Artistic Director, César Alvarez), Sometimes in Prague tells the story of a chance encounter between three Americans in a Czech pub: lone traveler Joanna and polyamorous expat couple Alex and Ryan. As the night wears on (and the pilsner flows), their hyper-real conversation about love candidly explores the tensions between polyamorous and monogamous relationships to pose the perennial question "What is the most authentic way to love?"
This production was produced by The University of the Arts, directed by Johsua William Gelb, and performed at The Arts Bank Theatre in Philadlephia, PA.
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Creators: Orion Stephanie Johnstone & Joshua William Gelb
Director: Joshua William Gelb
Music Director: Orion Stephanie Johnstone
Stage Manager: Eleanor Safer
Asst. SM: Cassandra Meehan
Costume Designer: Andrew Reiff
Lighting Designer: Masha Tsimring
Projections Designer: Sara Marinich
Sound Designer: Mark Valenzuela
A page from the calling script.
Important blocking has been typed into the script to allow for better understanding of cue placement and following along with the show.
"...the bullshit with marriage"
From left to right: Mina Kawahara, Mariah Richard, Michael Anderson
Photo Credit: Paola Nogueras
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