ADAM & STEVE AND THE EMPTY SEA
By Matthew Greene
FringeNYC Venue #3: Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural Center (CSV) Kabayitos
107 Suffolk Street (Rivington & Delancey)
Subway: F, J, M, Z to Delancey/Essex
Friday, August 9 @ 5p
Saturday, August 10 @ 7p
Sunday, August 11 @ 12p
Tuesday, August 13 @ 7:45p (FringeHIGH post-show discussion)
Wednesday, August 14 @ 4:45p
Thursday, August 15 @ 9:15p Cliick here to purchase tickets ($15 advance, $18 door)
Following its sold-out, world premiere run in Salt Lake City, Plan-B's ADAM & STEVE AND THE EMPTY SEA by Matthew Greene comes to FringeNYC!
Adam (Topher Rasmussen) is openly Mormon. Steve (Logan Tarantino) is openly gay. Set against the backdrop of the passage of Prop. 8, these childhood friends grapple with religion, sexuality, politics and adulthood.
Fringe production directed by Jerry Rapier (original production directed by Jason Bowcutt) and stage managed by Tia Byington-Noll.
Playwright Matthew Greene was represented at the 2012 New York International Fringe Festival with #MORMONINCHIEF (Michael Holt Productions). ADAM & STEVE AND THE EMPTY SEA is Plan-B’s second production to have a continued life in New York, following the limited off-Broadway run of Carol Lynn Pearson’s FACING EAST in 2007 under the direction of Jerry Rapier. Actors Topher Rasmussen (a senior at Utah Valley University) and Logan Tarantino (a senior at the University of Utah) are making their New York debuts. Details on the original production, including full production credits, press, video and details available here.