Colt Coeur’s inaugural production, Seven Minutes in Heaven, was a New York Times and Time Out New York critic’s pick, and played to sold-out houses in New York and at The Huntington Theatre’s Emerging America Festival in Boston. The play - created with founding member Steven Levenson - has since been published by Playscripts and is receiving productions throughout the country. The company’s sophomore production, Fish Eye, created collaboratively with playwright Lucas Kavner, was a Time Out New York Critic’s Pick and was featured in New York Magazine’s annual round-up of the best shows of the year.
Colt Coeur is a New York-based theater company dedicated to making original, story-driven, aggressively visceral theater that pulls you close and doesn’t let go. With its sights set on straddling the all too facile divide between “uptown” and “downtown” theater, Colt Coeur’s first two years have been terrifically successful.
Colt Coeur is a collection of actors, playwrights, and designers dedicated to making theater imbued with the urgency and intensity of the present—plays that respond to and engage with the world in which we live with compassion, humor, ferocity, and an abiding, unapologetic sense of wonder. With the company’s mission to make immersive, environmental, experiential, unabashedly entertaining theater that explores themes of coming-of-age, of individual and collective identity, of public versus private, of love, lust, and loss, RECALL is the ideal production for Colt Coeur’s third season.
RECALL,written by Eliza Clark, directed by Adrienne Campbell-Holt, and produced by Stephen Stout. Performances begin Friday, June 8th at 8pm, at the Wild Project, 195 East 3rd Street, New York, NY 10009. Opening night is set for Tuesday, June 12th at 7pm. The show must close Saturday, July 7th. Tickets are $25 general admission and may be purchased at Ovationtix or by calling 212.352.3101.
Eliza Clark (Playwright) Eliza Clark’s plays have been developed at Manhattan Theatre Club, the Studio at Cherry Lane Theatre, Page 73 Productions, Ensemble Studio Theatre, The Provincetown Playhouse, The New York International Fringe Festival, and Yale University. She received a commission from the Yale O’Neill Studio in 2006 and is currently working on a commission from South Coast Repertory. Eli was a member of Ensemble Studio Theatre’s emerging writers group, Youngblood, and was the 2010 Page 73 Playwriting Fellow. Her play EDGEWISE was co-produced by Page 73 and The Play Company in the winter of 2010 at SoHo Rep. Eli graduated from Yale University in 2007 and is currently living in Los Angeles where she wrote for Season One of AMC’s RUBICON, and just finished writing for Season Two of AMC’S THE KILLING.
Adrienne Campbell-Holt (Director) Recent credits: Flu Season (ACT), Fish Eye (HERE), Mormons, Mothers & Monsters (Barrington Stage), The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Yale), Dead Man's Cell Phone (NYU/Tisch), Seven Minutes in Heaven (Emerging America Festival, Huntington, Boston & HERE, NYC), Heart Torture Station (New Georges), Missed Connections (Ars Nova), One Child Born: The Music of Laura Nyro (Joe’s Pub), and The Long Tail (Abrons Arts Center). Regional work: Three Days of Rain (Amphibian Stage, Fort Worth, Texas). Adrienne has spent three summers at Williamstown where she directed the non-Equity company in plays including Daniel MacIvor’s Never Swim Alone and Steven Levenson’s Girls Day. She is a recent recipient of a Jerome Foundation/Tofte Lake Fellowship, the EST/Sloan grant, a New Georges Affiliated Artist, and a member of the Lincoln Center Directors Lab. BA Barnard College, Columbia University. Artistic Director: Colt Coeur.
The ensemble cast includes Katya Campbell (Fish Eye, HERE), Owen Campbell (Law & Order: SVU), Jordyn DiNatale (Brundibar, Yale Rep), Caleb Scott (BOOM!, Classic Stage Company) and Colleen Werthmann (Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, Public).
The scenic design for RECALL is by John McDermott; costume design by Paloma Young (TONY Nominee for Peter and the Star-Catcher); lighting design by Grant Yeager, sound design by Amy Altadonna, projection design by Aaron Rhyne, prop master is Andrew Diaz and technical direction is by Kyle Crose. Amy Groeschel is the Production Stage Manager and Bethany Heinrich is Associate Producer. Casting by Anne Davison.
The performance schedule for RECALL is Thursday through Saturday at 8pm, and Sunday through Tuesday at 7pm beginning on Friday, June 8th. Opening night is Tuesday, June 12th and the final performance of RECALL will be Saturday, July 7th. There will be additional 2pm performances on Sunday June 10th, Thursday, July 5th and Saturday, July 7th. There will be no evening performance on Sunday, June 10th. RECALL plays at the Wild Project, 195 East 3rd Street, New York, NY 10009. Tickets are $25 general admission and may be purchased at Ovationtix or by calling 212.352.3101. For more information, visit www.coltcoeur.org.