Marie It’s Time
OBIE-winning downtown company Minor Theater (NY Times Critics’ Pick, 2019) delivers a f*cked-up mixtape about love, motherhood, and violence. A fresh stab at Woyzeck that collides song and text, Marie It’s Time pumps hot blood through the veins of theater’s favorite murder-victim. Playwright Julia Jarcho joins Jennifer Seastone* onstage to fight for the role of Marie, Büchner’s doomed baby mama, as the director and star of her own seduction.
A three-person play with songs staged as a rock show, Marie It’s Time features Kedian Keohan as Major, the backbeat and object of lust. Directed by Ásta Bennie Hostetter, with original music composition by Julia Jarcho and Jeff Aaron Bryant, sound design from Ben Williams and Elliot Yokum, set design by Meredith Ries, costume design by Hahnji Jang, and lighting design by Ebony Burton.
Content Warning: Contains scenes of sexual violence
“a superb example of modern experimental theater”-TIME OUT NY on Grimly Handsome
“unsettling and exciting and flick-knife sharp”-NY Times on Pathetic
“Ms. Jarcho is a queen of experimental mayhem.”-NY Times on The Terrifying
Development support for Marie It’s Time provided by Brown Arts Institute at Brown University & Brown University’s Humanities Research Fund Initiative.
Equity Approved Showcase
*Equity Member appearing with permission of Actors’ Equity Association without benefit of an Equity contract in this Off-Off Broadway production.
Photography by Maria Baranova
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