Keen company production history


Season 2:    2001-2002

The Voice of The Turtle

by John Van Druten
directed by Carl Forsman

with Elizabeth Bunch, Megan Byrne, and Nick Toren
designed by Josh Bradford, Nathan Heverin, Stefan Jacobs, and Theresa Squire
            * Best of 2002 Off-Broadway, NY Post
            * Drama Desk Nomination, Best Director

Museum

by Tine Howe
directed by Carl Forsman

with Joanna Adler, Susan Blackwell, Brennan Brown, Elizabeth Bunch, Jimonn Cole, Teddy Coluca, Chris Guisinger, Tony Hale, Kate Hampton, Chris Hutchison, Tim Kang, Lael Logan, Marilyn Moore, Dina Pearlman, Christa Scott-Reed, Christian Parker, Jordan Ruderman and Matt Servitto
designed by Josh Bradford, Nathan Heverin, Stefan Jacobs, and Theresa Squire

Season 1:     2000-2001

The Second Man

by S.N. Behrman
directed by Carl Forsman

with Maggie Baisch, Brennan Brown, Jennifer van Dyck, and Chris Hutchison
designed by Josh Bradford, Obadiah Eaves, Nathan Heverin, and Theresa Squire

The Good Thief

by Conor McPherson
directed by Carl Forsman

with Brian d'Arcy James
designed by Josh Bradford, Stefan Jacobs, and Jennifer Low Sauer
           * US Premiere
           * Obie Award Win, Best Actor

 

 

 

Season 4:    2003-2004

Good Morning, Bill

by P.G. Wodehouse
directed by Carl Forsman

with Heidi Armbruster, Jenny Mercein, David Standish, Nick Toren, John Vennema, Bridget Ann White, and Jeremiah Wiggins
designed by Josh Bradford, Nathan Heverin, Stefan Jacobs, and Theresa Squire

The Journals of Mihail Sebastian

by David Auburn
directed by Carl Forsman

with Stephen Kunken
designed by Josh Bradford, Nathan Heverin, Stefan Jacobs, and Theresa Squire
           * World Premiere (adaptation)

Pullman Car Hiawatha

by Thornton Wilder
directed by Henry Wishcamper

with Kristin Bedard, Martin Carey, Jimonn Cole, Teddy Colucca, Maria Dizzia, Ann Dowd, Wilbur Edwin Henry, Jonathan Hogan, Lael Logan, Glenn Pannell Susan Pellegrino, Jocelyn Rose, Christa Scott-Reed, David Standish, Ryan Ward, and Michael Warner
designed by Josh Bradford, Tak Kata, Jenny Mannis, and Aaron Meicht
             * Drama Desk Nomination, Best Revival
             * Top Ten of 2004, Time Out

Season 3:    2002-2003

Three Cornered Moon

by Gertrude Tonkonogy
directed by Carl Forsman

with Denis Butkus, Christopher Duva, Yetta Gottesman, Kathleen Kaeffer, Maggie Lacey, Mikel Sarah Lambert, Greg McFadden, Andrew McGinn, and Nick Toren
designed by Josh Bradford, Nathan Heverin, Stefan Jacobs, and Theresa Squire

Can’t Let Go

by Keith Reddin
directed by Carl Forsman

with Cheyenne Casebier, Brian Hutchison, Glenn Fleshler, Rebecca Luker and Greg Stuhr
designed by Josh Bradford, Nathan Heverin, Stefan Jacobs, and Theresa Squire
           * World Premiere     

 

 

 

 

 

 

Season 5:    2004-2005

The Hasty Heart

by John Patrick
directed by Jonathan Silverstein

with Stephen Bradbury, Chris Chalk, Emily Donahoe, Lucas Hall, Chris Hutchison, Anthony Manna, Keith Nobbs, Brian Sgambati, and Paul Swinnerton
designed by Josh Bradford, Nathan Heverin, Stefan Jacobs, and Theresa Squire

Pyretown

by John Belluso
directed by Carl Forsman

with Deirdre O'Connell and Chistopher Thornton
designed by Josh Bradford, Nathan Heverin, Stefan Jacobs, and Theresa Squire
           * New York Premiere

Outward Bound

by Sutton Vane
directed by Robert Kalfin

with Joe Delafield, Kathleen Early, Drew Eliot, Laura Esterman, Wilbur Edwin Henry, Susan Pellegrino, Michael Pemberton, Gareth Saxe, and Clayton Dean Smith
designed by Josh Bradford, Samuel Doerr, Nathan Heverin, and Theresa Squire
            * Drama Desk Nomination, Best Revival
            * Drama Desk Nomination, Best Scenic Design

Season 6:    2005-2006

The Breadwinner

by W. Somerset Maugham
directed by Carl Forsman

with Joe Delafield, Jennifer Van Dyck, Jack Gilpin, Virginia Kull, Margaret Laney, Robert Emmett Lunney, Alicia Roper, and David Standish
designed by Josh Bradford, Samuel Doerr, Nathan Heverin, and Theresa Squire

Children of A Lesser God

by Mark Medoff
directed by Blake Lawrence

with Ian Blackman, Jeffry Denman, Guthrie Nutter, Lee Roy Rogers, Tami Lee Santimyer, Makela Spielman, and Alexandria Wailes
designed by Josh Bradford, Nathan Heverin, and Theresa Squire
 

In The Matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer

by Heiner Kipphardt
directed by Carl Forsman

with Dan Daily, Peter Davies, Matt Fischel, Wilbur Edwin Henry, Jonathan Hogan, DJ Mendel, Matthew Rauch, Keith Reddin, Steve Routman, Thomas Jay Ryan, Rocco Sisto, and Ian Stuart
designed by Josh Bradford, Nathan Heverin, and Theresa Squire

 

Season 8:    2007-2008

The Dining Room

by A.R. Gurney
directed by Jonathan Silverstein

with Ann McDonough, Claire Lautier, Samantha Soule, Dan Daily, Timothy McCracken, and Mark J. Sullivan
designed by Daniel Baker, Josh Bradford, Theresa Squire, and Dana Moran Williams
           * Drama Desk Nomination, Outstanding Revival of a Play
           * Drama Desk Nomination, Outstanding Direction of a Play
           * Drama Desk Win, Outstanding Ensemble

The Maddening Truth

by David Hay
directed by Carl Forsman

with Peter Benson, Richard Bekins, William Connell, Lisa Emery, and Terry Layman
designed by Daniel Baker, Beowulf Boritt, Josh Bradford, and Theresa Squire
           * World Premiere

The Conscientious Objector

by Michael Murphy
directed by Carl Forsman

with Chad Carstarphen, Jimmon Cole, John Cullum, Bryan Hicks, Jonathan Hogan, Rachel Leslie, James Miles, Steve Routman, Geddeth Smith, Harold Surratt, and DB Woodside
designed by Daniel Baker, Beowulf Boritt, Josh Bradford, and Theresa Squire
           * World Premiere (adaptation)

Season 7:    2006-2007

Theophilus North

by Matthew Burnett
directed by Carl Forsman

with Margaret Daly, Joe Delafield, Brian Hutchison, Virginia Kull, Giorgio Litt, Geddeth Smith, and Regan Thompson
designed by Daniel Baker, Beowulf Boritt, Josh Bradford, and Theresa Squire
           * World Premiere (adaptation)

 

Tea & Sympathy

by Robert Anderson
directed by Jonathan Silverstein

with Heidi Armbruster, Dan Cordle, Randy Danson, Brandon Espinoza, Ben Hollandsworth, Jake Levy, Craig Mathers, Dan McCabe, Cal Robertson, and Mark Setlock
designed by Daniel Baker, Beowulf Boritt, Josh Bradford, Theresa Squire, and Jo Winiarski

 

 

 

 




 

 

Season 10:   2009-2010

Such Things Only Happen In Books

by Thornton Wilder
directed by Carl Forsman and Jonathan Silverstein

with Clayton Apgar, Pepper Brinkley, Kathleen Butler, Sue Cremin, Kevin Hogan, and Paul Niebanck
designed by Josh Bradford, Brian Cimmet, Sandra Goldmark, and Theresa Squire

I Never Sang For My Father

by Robert Anderson
directed by Jonathan Silverstein

with Rose Courtney, Keir Dullea, Marsha Mason, Melissa Miller, and Matt Servitto
designed by Josh Bradford, Bill Clarke, Will Pickens, and Theresa Squire

Season 9:    2008-2009

The Fourposter

by Jan de Hartog
directed by Blake Lawrence

with Jessica Dickey and Todd Weeks
designed by Jill BC Du Boff, Josh Bradford, Sandra Goldmark, and Theresa Squire
 

Beasley’s Christmas Party

by Booth Tarkington
directed by Carl Forsman

with Joseph Collins, Christa Scott-Reed, and Tony Ward
designed by Beowulf Boritt, Josh Bradford, Will Pickens, and Theresa Squire
           * World Premiere (adaptation)

Heroes

by Gerald Sibleyras
directed  by Carl Forsman

with John Cullum, Jonathan Hogan, and Ron Colgate
designed by Beowulf Boritt, Josh Bradford, Will Pickens, and Theresa Squire

 

Season 12:   2011-2012

Lemon Sky

by Lanford Wilson
directed by Jonathan Silverstein

with Logan Riley Bruner, Alyssa May Gold, Kevin Kilner, Zachary Mackiewicz, Keith Nobbs, Kellie Overbey, and Annie Tedesco
designed by Josh Bradford, Bill Clarke, Obadiah Eaves, Jennifer Paar, and Ricola Wille

Painting Churches

by Tina Howe
directed by Carl Forsman

with Kathleen Chalfant, John Cunningham, and Kate Turnbull
designed by Beowulf Boritt, Josh Bradford, Jennifer Paar, Ryan Rumery, and Ricola Wille

Season 11:    2010–2011

Alphabetical Order

by Michael Frayn
directed by Carl Forsman

with Brad Bellamy, William Connell, John Windsor Cunningham, Margaret Daly, Paul Molnar, Angela Reed, and Audrey Lynn Weston
designed by Jill Du Boff, Josh Bradford, Nathan Heverin, and Jennifer Paar
 

Benefactors

by Michael Frayn
directed by Carl Forsman

with Vivienne Benesch, Daniel Jenkins, Deanne Lorette, and Stephen Barker Turner
designed by Josh Bradford, Dane Laffrey, Jennifer Paar, and Will Pickens

SEASON 13:   2012-2013

MARRY ME A LITTLE

songs by Stephen Sondheim
conceived and developed by Craig Lucas and Norman Renè
directed by Jonathan Silverstein
music direction by John Bell
choreography by Dan Knechtges

with Lauren Molina and Jason Tam
designed by Josh Bradford, Steven Kemp, Jennifer Paar, Colin Whitely, and Ricola Wille
          * Drama League Nomination, Distinguished Revival, Musical

THE OLD BOY

by A.R. Gurney
directed by Jonathan Silverstein

with Marsha Dietlein Bennett, Cary Donaldson, Chris Dwan, Laura Esterman, Peter Rini, Hal Robinson
designed byJosh Bradford, Steven Kemp, Jennifer Paar, Ryan Rumery, M. Florian Staab, and Ricola Wille

Season 14:   2013-2014

The Film Society

by Jon Robin Baitz
directed by Jonathan Silverstein

with Gerry Bamman, David Barlow, Richmond Hoxie, Roberta Maxwell, Euan Morton, and Mandy Siegfried
designed by Palmer Hefferan, Steven Kemp, Jennifer Paar, Solomon Weisbard, and Ricola Wille



Middle of the Night

by Paddy Chayefsky
directed by Jonathan Silverstein

with Todd Bartels, Amelia Campbell, Alyssa May Gold, Jonathan Hadary, Nicole Lowrance, Denise Lute, and Melissa Miller
designed by Obadiah Eaves, Steven Kemp, Jennifer Paar, Jonathan Spencer, and Ricola Wille

 

SEASON 16:   2015-2016

Travels with my aunt

adapted by Giles Havergal
based on the novel by Graham Greene
directed by Jonathan Silverstein

with Daniel Jenkins, Rory Kulz, Jay Russell, and Thomas Jay Ryan
designed by Josh Bradford, Bart Fasbender, Steven Kemp, and Jennifer Paar  

BOY

by Anna Ziegler
directed by Linsay Firman

with Heidi Armbruster, Ted Koch, Paul Niebanck, Rebecca Rittenhouse, and Bobby Steggert
designed by Sandra Goldmark, Sydney Maresca, Nick Francone, Shane Rettig
              * Nominated for the John Gassner Award by the Outer Critics Circle
              * Accepted the 50/50 Applause Award by the International Centre for
                Women Playwrights

Season 15:   2014-2015

A Walk in the Woods

by Lee Blessing
directed by Jonathan Silverstein

with Kathleen Chalfant and Paul Niebanck
designed by Josh Bradford, Scott Bradley, M.L. Dogg, Amanda Jenks, and Jennifer Paar
             * Drama Desk Nomination, Kathleen Chalfant

John & Jen

by Andrew Lippa and Tom Greenwald
directed by Jonathan Silverstein
music direction by Lily Ling
musical staging by Christine O’Grady

with Kate Baldwin and Conor Ryan
designed by Josh Bradford, Julian Evans, Steven Kemp, Sydney Maresca
              * Drama Desk Nomination, Kate Baldwin