Jeux de Mots Inc. trans. WORDPLAY
February 6 thru February 24, 2013
Limited Engagement – 16 performances
Conceived and Directed by
Antonio Edwards Suarez*
Ed Matthews – Lighting Designer
Lui Konno – Costume Designer
Brian Hurley – Sound Designer
Jessica V. Urtecho – Production Stage Manager*
Mark Bly – Dramaturg
Dylan Uremovich – Technical Director
Producer – Joel Bassin
Associate Producer – Candace Lawrence
Assistant Stage Managers – HyoJu Hong, Stephanie Mora
Assistant Costume Designer – Amy Chen
Production Assistants – Yaribel Castillo, Jonathan Rodrigeuz, Samantha Herrera
Publicist – Paul Siebold
*appearing courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association
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JEUX DE MOTS trans:WORDPLAY is a New York based company of theater artists devoted to creating theater from non-theatrical texts, and re-envisioning the classics. Through collaboration and exploration of varied works of literature, WORDPLAY's goal is to introduce these works on stage to a wide audience of all ages. The juxtaposition of the varied texts allows everyone to hear and see literature in a new and exciting way.
Previous productions include THE HEART OF MY MYSTERY: THE HAMLET PROJECT which used a condensed version of Shakespeare's text interwoven with criticism of the play from writers as varied as Freud, Goethe, and Coleridge. CAN'T I NOT LIKE IT? employed theatrical reviews as theater with commentary by Shaw, Parker, Tynan and others.