Play with fire and you might get burned
by Jen Silverman
Regional Premiere
Mar 17, 2022 to Apr 10, 2022

Mischief lurks in the sleepy village of Edmonton, as a slick young devil arrives in search of a few fresh souls. As the townsfolk reveal their deepest secrets and desires, bargains are struck, tables are turned, and an outcast woman living at the edge of the village proves to be much more than she seems. This inventive and fiendishly funny tale reminds you to be careful what you wish for.

“Brilliantly creative” - BroadwayWorld.com

Performance Schedule: 

Witch runs
3/17/22 through 4/10/22
Thursdays 7:30
Fridays & Saturdays 8:00
Sundays 3:00  (all Sundays require proof of vaccination)
ASL Interpretation Sunday, Mar 27
Run time:  100 min plus one intermission


Frank Thorney – Bradley Atuba**
Winnifred – Tatiana Lucia Gantt**
Sir Arthur Banks – David Lugo*
Elizabeth Sawyer – Lydia Mackay
Scratch – Garret Storms*
Cuddy Banks – Evan Michael Woods**

*Member, Actors Equity Association     **Equity Membership Candidate

Production Staff: 

Director: Kara-Lynn Vaeni+
Stage Manager: Kaitlin Hatton*
Set Designer: Will Turbyne
Lighting Designer: Leann Burns
Costume Designer: Murell Horton
Sound Designer: David Lanza
Properties: Lynn Lovett
Fight Choreographer: Jeffrey Colangelo
Movement Choreographer: Kelsey Milbourn
Assistant Director:  Shyama Nithiananda
Assistant Stage Manager: Flower Avila
Assistant Costume Designer:  Hannah Martinez

+The director is a member of SDC, the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society, a national theatrical labor union

*Member, Actors Equity Association

About the Author: 

Jen Silverman is a New York-based writer. Her plays include Witch, Collective Rage: A Play in Five Betties…, The Roommate, and The Moors. She’s a two-time MacDowell Colony fellow, a recipient of a New York Foundation for the Arts grant, the Helen Merrill Award, an LMCC Fellowship, and the Yale Drama Series Award. She was the 2016-2017 Playwrights of New York (PoNY) Fellow at the Lark.
Jen is the author of The Island Dwellers, a collection of interlinked stories which was published by Random House and long-listed for the 2019 PEN America Literary Awards. Her first novel, We Play Ourselves, is forthcoming with Random House in 2021. Jen also writes for TV and film. She has written for Netflix and Showtime, and is currently in development on original projects with Annapurna, A24, and FX. Education: Brown, Iowa Playwrights Workshop, Juilliard. More info: www.jensilverman.com