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What You Are Cast and Creatives Announcement

THE OLD GLOBE Announces the Cast and Creative Team for
Written by JC LEE, Directed by PATRICIA MCGREGOR,
Developed in the 2017 Powers New Voices Festival

Performances Run May 30 – June 30, 2019; Opening Is Thursday, June 6

PHOTO EDITORS: Advance photos for What You Are available by clicking here.

SAN DIEGO (May 10, 2019)—The Old Globe today announced the cast and creative team for the world premiere of What You Are, a Globe-commissioned new play by JC Lee and the second show in the 2018–2019 Season developed in the Powers New Voices Festival. Directed by Patricia McGregor, What You Are will run May 30 – June 30, 2019 in the Sheryl and Harvey White Theatre, part of the Conrad Prebys Theatre Center. Preview performances run May 30 – June 5. Opening night is Thursday, June 6 at 8:00 p.m. Tickets start at $30.00 and are on sale now. Tickets can be purchased online at www.TheOldGlobe.org, by phone at (619) 23-GLOBE, or by visiting the Box Office at 1363 Old Globe Way in Balboa Park.

What You Are is a riveting, of-the-moment exploration of the personal struggles that accompany sweeping social change. Don scrapes together a living and struggles to support his family through hard work and good intentions. But everything around him, from his younger co-workers, to the technology in his office job, to even his own opinionated daughter, seems alien to the certainties and stabilities he once knew. When a simple misunderstanding at work escalates into an all-out confrontation, Don hatches a plan to set right all the things he feels have gone wrong. Can the people who love him manage to hold him together? Contains strong language.

The cast includes Adrian Anchondo (After the Revolution, The First Grade, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, “How to Get Away with Murder,” “NCIS: Los Angeles”) as Hector, Jasmin Savoy Brown (Shonda Rhimes’s “For the People,” HBO’s “The Leftovers,” Netflix’s “Love,” TNT’s “Will”) as Katie, Omozé Idehenre (The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, Good Grief, The Comedy of Errors, Richard III at Oregon Shakespeare Festival) as Sigourney, Mike Sears (Off Broadway’s When Words Fail, Globe for All Tour of Twelfth Night, Kiss Me, Kate at The Old Globe) as Randy, and Jonathan Walker (Broadway’s Rocky, Twentieth Century, Off Broadway’s The Divine Sister, Fran’s Bed, Dinner with Friends, The Old Globe’sHamlet, King Lear, Much Ado About Nothing) as Don.

The creative team includes Rachel Myers (Scenic Design; 2019 Ovation Award for Best Scenic Design for Skeleton Crew at Geffen Playhouse, Disney’s Kim Possible,the award-winning Short Term 12), Elisa Benzoni (Costume Design; Constellations at The Old Globe as well as five shows with The Old Globe/USD Shiley M.F.A. Program including Romeo and Juliet,also Sex with Strangers, The Who & The What), Sherrice Mojgani (Lighting Design; Skeleton Crew at The Old Globe, The Heiress, Two Trains Running, Ain’t Misbehavin’), Luqman Brown (Sound Design; The Corpse Washer, How to Defend Yourself, We’ve Come to Believe, original music for Everybody Black), Henry Russell Bergstein, CSA/Joseph Gery (Casting; Broadway’s The Lyons, Off Broadway’s Good Grief, Harry Clarke, television’s “Black Mirror,” Amazon’s “Mozart in the Jungle”), and Chandra R.M. Anthenill (Production Stage Manager;Tiny Beautiful Things, A Midsummer Night’s Dream,and Twelfth Night (Globe for All), Dr. Seuss’s The Lorax at The Old Globe).

What You Are is not only a powerful and insightful new play, but it’s also an exemplar of the Globe’s expanding commitment to the development of new work for the American stage,” said Erna Finci Viterbi Artistic Director Barry Edelstein. “An Old Globe commission, the play was developed in our Powers New Voices Festival, where it proved so compelling that it practically demanded to be programmed in our season. JC Lee is a writer of uncommon gifts, a questing intellect, and a passion for theatre as a vehicle for deeper understanding of our world, but he is also a maker of great stories and compelling characters. What You Are asks trenchant questions about the political upheavals that are roiling American life, but it asks them through the personal experiences of individuals we really come to care about. The play generates huge empathy and understanding, and in Patricia McGregor’s energetic production, it makes for an edge-of-your-seat night in the theatre. The play is an important one, destined for a rich life in our national repertoire, and I’m proud to have it here.”

JC Lee (Playwright)writes for theatre, film, and television. His play Luce received its world premiere at Lincoln Center Theater (with development supported by The Old Globe), and he co-wrote the film adaptation, starring Octavia Spencer and Naomi Watts, that premiered at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival. His other plays include Relevance (MCC Theater), warplay (New Conservatory Theatre Center), and Pookie Goes Grenading (Azuka Theatre). He has received commissions from The Old Globe, South Coast Repertory, Manhattan Theatre Club, Second Stage Theater, The Playwrights Realm, and New Conservatory Theatre Center. His television credits include Apple’s new “The Morning Show” starring Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston, “How to Get Away with Murder,” “Looking,” and “Girls.” He is currently adapting Stephen King’s “Bad Little Kid” into a feature film for Chernin Entertainment. Mr. Lee is a graduate of Bloomsburg University and The Juilliard School. @jclee1230.

Patricia McGregor (Director) is an acclaimed director and writer from St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands. Her directing credits include A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Measure for Measure (The Old Globe’s Globe for All Tour), Lights Out: Nat “King” Cole (also book) and Skeleton Crew (Geffen Playhouse), Place (Brooklyn Academy of Music), Good Grief (Center Theatre Group), The Parchman Hour (Guthrie Theater), Hamlet (The Public Theater), Ugly Lies the Bone (Roundabout Theatre Company), A Raisin in the Sun, The Winter’s Tale, and Spunk (California Shakespeare Theater), and Hurt Village (Signature Theatre Company). For several years Ms. McGregor directed The 24 Hour Plays on Broadway. Additionally she was consultant for J. Cole’s 4 Your Eyez Only tour. She is a Paul & Daisy Soros Fellow and a New York Theatre Workshop Usual Suspect. She is also the co-founder of Angela’s Purse and with her artist/activist sister Paloma McGregor, and she was Artistic Director of Yale Cabaret.

What You Are at The Old Globe is supported in part through gifts from Production Sponsors Paula and Brian Powers. Financial support is provided by The City of San Diego.

Additional events taking place during the run of What You Are include:

OUT AT THE GLOBE: Tuesday, May 30, 2019 at 6:30 p.m.
A gathering of LGBTQ+ theatre lovers in the Craig Noel Garden, just steps away from your theatre seats! This pre-show event includes three drinks from the wine and martini bar, delicious appetizers, door prizes, and a pre-show mixer. Everyone is welcome. Just $24 per person in addition to your theatre ticket.

VICKI AND CARL ZEIGER INSIGHTS SEMINAR: Tuesday, June 4, 2019 at 5:30 p.m.
This series provides an opportunity to closely connect with productions both onstage and backstage. A panel selected from the artistic company of each show (playwrights, actors, directors, designers, and/or technicians) engages patrons in an informal and illuminating presentation of ideas and insights to enhance the theatregoing experience. Reception at 5:00 p.m. FREE; no reservations necessary.

POST-SHOW FORUMS: Tuesdays, June 11, 18, and 25, and Wednesdays, June 12, 19, and 26, 2019
Join us after the show for an informal and enlightening question-and-answer session with cast, crew, and/or Globe staff members. Get the inside story on creating a character and putting together a professional production. FREE; no reservations necessary.

SUBJECT MATTERS: Saturday, June 8, 2019 following the matinee performance.
Explore the ideas and issues raised by a production through brief, illuminating post-show discussions with local experts, such as scientists, artists, historians, and scholars. Subject Matters will ignite discussion, bring the play's concerns into sharp focus, and encourage you to think beyond the stage! FREE; no reservations necessary.

Single tickets start at $30.00 and are on sale now. Tickets can be purchased online at www.TheOldGlobe.org, by phone at (619) 23-GLOBE [234-5623], or by visiting the Box Office at 1363 Old Globe Way in Balboa Park. Discounts are available for full-time students, patrons 29 years of age and under, seniors, military members, and groups of 10 or more.

Performances begin on May 30 and continue through June 30, 2019 in the Sheryl and Harvey White Theatre, part of the Conrad Prebys Theatre Center. Preview performances run May 30 – June 5. Opening night is Thursday, June 6 at 8:00 p.m. Regular performances: Tuesday and Wednesday evenings at 7:00 p.m., Thursday and Friday evenings at 8:00 p.m., Saturdays at 2:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m., and Sundays at 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. There will be an additional matinee performance on Wednesday, June 19 and no matinee performance on Saturday, June 22.

LOCATION and PARKING INFORMATION: The Old Globe is located in San Diego’s Balboa Park at 1363 Old Globe Way. Through a special arrangement with the San Diego Zoo, Old Globe evening ticket-holders have the opportunity to pre-purchase valet parking in the Zoo’s employee parking structure. With a drop-off point just a short walk to the Globe, theatregoers may purchase fast, easy, convenient valet parking for just $14 per vehicle per evening. Pre-paid only, available only by phone through the Old Globe Box Office. Call (619) 234-5623 or visit www.theoldglobe.org/plan-your-visit/directions--parking/valet-parking. The Balboa Park valet is also available during weekend performances, located in front of the Japanese Friendship Garden. For additional parking information visit www.BalboaPark.org.

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CALENDAR: They Promised Her the Moon (4/6–5/12), Ken Ludwig’s The Gods of Comedy (5/11–6/16), What You Are (5/30–6/30), AXIS: San Diego’s Gods of Comedy (6/15), As You Like It (6/16–7/21), AXIS: Make Music San Diego (6/21), The Tale of Despereaux (7/6–8/11), Steve Martin’s The Underpants (7/27–8/25), Romeo and Juliet (8/11–9/15), Almost Famous (9/13–10/20), AXIS: Mexican Independence Day Celebration (9/14), Noura (9/20–10/20), 2019 Globe Gala (9/21), Globe for All Tour: The Winter’s Tale (10/29–11/17), M.F.A.: Twelfth Night (11/2–10), AXIS: Day of the Dead (11/3), Dr. Seuss’s How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (11/3–12/29), Ebenezer Scrooge’s BIG San Diego Christmas Show (11/23–12/24), August Wilson’s Jitney (1/18/2020-2/23), Hurricane Diane (2/8–3/8), Little Women (3/14–4/19), Faceless (3/28–4/26), The Gardens of Anuncia (5/8–6/14), What We Talk About When We Talk About Anne Frank (5/28–6/28).

PHOTO EDITORS: Digital images of The Old Globe’s productions are available at www.theoldglobe.org/press-room.

The Tony Award–winning The Old Globe is one of the country’s leading professional not-for-profit regional theatres. Now in its 85th year, the Globe is San Diego’s flagship performing arts institution, and it serves a vibrant community with theatre as a public good. Under the leadership of Erna Finci Viterbi Artistic Director Barry Edelstein and Managing Director Timothy J. Shields, The Old Globe produces a year-round season of 16 productions of classic, contemporary, and new works on its three Balboa Park stages, including its internationally renowned Shakespeare Festival. More than 250,000 people annually attend Globe productions and participate in the theatre’s artistic and arts engagement programs. Its nationally prominent Arts Engagement Department provides an array of participatory programs that make theatre matter to more people in neighborhoods throughout the region. Humanities programs at the Globe and around the city broaden the community’s understanding of theatre art in all its forms. The Globe also boasts a range of new play development programs with professional and community-based writers, as well as the renowned The Old Globe and University of San Diego Shiley Graduate Theatre Program. Numerous world premieres—such as 2014 Tony Award winner for Best Musical A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, Bright Star, The Full Monty, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels,and Dr. Seuss’s How the Grinch Stole Christmas!—have been developed at The Old Globe and have gone on to highly successful runs on Broadway and at regional theatres across the country.

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Adrian Anchondo (Hector) previously appeared onstage in After the Revolution and The First Grade (Aurora Theatre Company), The Blue Room and The Witching Hour (Williamstown Theatre Festival), Don’t Ask (New Conservatory Theatre Center), Love! Valour! Compassion! and Shakespeare’s R&J (Civic Theatre of Allentown), Into the Clear Blue Sky (Sleepwalkers Theatre), The Play About the Naked Guy and The Fisherman’s Wife (Impact Theatre), and Edenville (Emerging Artists Theatre; New York Innovative Theatre Award nomination for Outstanding Actor in a Featured Role). He also understudied Tiny Kushner, Arabian Nights,and The White Snake (Berkeley Repertory Theatre) A Midsummer Night’s Dream (California Shakespeare Theater). Mr. Anchondo’s television credits include “How to Get Away with Murder,” “NCIS: Los Angeles,” “Hit the Floor,” “Rebel” (recurring), “Looking,” “Reverie,” “Goliath,” and “The Rookie.” He has also made a name for himself with his viral music video parodies, for which he writes, directs, performs, and produces. Adrian Anchondo on YouTube, @javichondo on Twitter and Instagram.

Jasmin Savoy Brown (Katie) was raised in Oregon and discovered her passion for the arts in church musicals. After stints with University of Oregon, Portland Shakespeare Project, Arts Umbrella, and Oregon Children’s Choir, she trained in New York at CAP21 Conservatory’s prestigious musical theatre intensive. In Los Angeles, Ms. Brown completed ABC’s competitive training program, launching her film and television career. Best known as Evie Murphy on the acclaimed HBO series “The Leftovers,” she played the historic figure Emilia Bassano on TNT’s “Will.” Currently, she stars in ABC’s Shondaland drama “For the People.” You may also recognize her voice in Disney’s “Lego Star Wars: All-Stars.” Her other credits include Freeform’s “Stitchers,” Netflix’s “Love,” ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy,” and Fox’s “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” as well as the award-winning film Lane 1974. Ms. Brown is an advocate for women’s healthcare, LGBTQ rights, and erasing mental-health stigma. This marks her debut with The Old Globe.

Omozé Idehenre (Sigourney) has appeared in The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui (Classic Stage Company), Her Portmanteau (Boston Court Pasadena), Good Grief (Kirk Douglas Theatre), runboyrun (Magic Theatre), Gem of the Ocean, The Convert, and Seven Guitars (Marin Theatre Company), The Comedy of Errors and Richard III (Oregon Shakespeare Festival), Black Odyssey, The Winter’s Tale, Spunk, and Macbeth (California Shakespeare Theater), and Clybourne Park, The Caucasian Chalk Circle, Scorched, A Doll’s House, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and Marcus; or The Secret of Sweet (American Conservatory Theater). She was also seen in the film On the Road. Ms. Idehenre trained at American Conservatory Theater and The Groundlings. @omozeii on Instagram.

Mike Sears (Randy) has appeared Off Broadway in When Words Fail (John Houseman Theatre), Leap (Abingdon Theatre Company), and To Have and to Hold (Phil Bosakowski Theatre). His other New York credits include American Globe Theatre, Boomerang Theatre Company’s Summer Shakespeare, New Dramatists, New York International Fringe Festival, The Present Company, Musical Theatre Works, Producer’s Club Theatres, and The Duplex. Regionally he has been seen in the Globe for All Tour of Twelfth Night, Rain, Othello, and Kiss Me, Kate (The Old Globe), Sideways, His Girl Friday, Hands on a Hard Body, and Bonnie & Clyde (La Jolla Playhouse), Parlour Song (Backyard Renaissance, San Diego Theatre Critics Circle Award), A Behanding in Spokane and Man from Nebraska (Cygnet Theatre Company), Tortilla Curtain (San Diego Repertory Theatre), The Mystery of Love and Sex and Birds of a Feather (Diversionary Theatre), Killer Joe (Compass Theatre), The Foreigner, The Glory Man, and Rehearsal for Murder (Lamb’s Players Theatre), Simpatico (New Village Arts), Good Boys (Mo`olelo Performing Arts Company), and Tuesdays with Morrie (North Coast Repertory Theatre). He is a graduate of the William Esper Studio in New York City. mikesears.org.

Jonathan Walker (Don) previously appeared at The Old Globe in Hamlet, King Lear, and Much Ado About Nothing,all directed by Jack O’Brien. His Broadway credits include Rocky, The Assembled Parties with Judith Light, Twentieth Century with Alec Baldwin, and Arthur Miller’s After the Fall with Carla Gugino and Peter Krause. His Off Broadway credits include Still at Risk, Catch the Butcher, The Divine Sister, Fran’s Bed with Mia Farrow and Julia Stiles, Donald Margulies’s Pulitzer Prize winner Dinner with Friends, The Third Story with Kathleen Turner, When She Danced with Elizabeth Ashley and Robert Sean Leonard, Cinders with Christopher Walken, and Richard III with Kevin Kline. Mr. Walker has been seen regionally atGuthrie Theater, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Westport Country Playhouse, McCarter Theatre Center, Yale Repertory Theatre, and Huntington Theatre Company. His television credits include “Quantico,” “Blue Bloods,” “The Blacklist,” “Daredevil,” “The Following,” “Madam Secretary,” “Person of Interest,” “The Mysteries of Laura,” “Elementary,” “The Good Wife,” and numerous “Law & Order” series. Mr. Walker’s films include The Chaperone, Bridge of Spies, It Has to Be You, Man on a Ledge, Michael Clayton, Vampire’s Kiss, American Blue Note, Far from Heaven, and People I Know.

Rachel Myers (Scenic Design) is a designer for stage, film, and live events. Her regional credits include Geffen Playhouse (2019 Ovation Award for Best Scenic Design for Skeleton Crew), Center Theatre Group, South Coast Repertory, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Shakespeare Theatre Company, Getty Villa, The Watermill Center, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Rattlestick West, IAMA Theatre Company, Boston Court Pasadena, and VS. Theatre Company. Her award-winning experiential design company, 3 Penny Design, has conceived and produced live events, brand activations, and interiors for Crayola in Times Square, the Emmy Awards, the Golden Globe Awards, VidCon, and more. Her film Wendy’s Shabbat premiered at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival and was broadcast on PBS. Her production-design credits include the films Kim Possible (Disney),the award-winning Short Term 12, and The Drowning, as well as television series for Hulu, MTV, Netflix, Lionsgate, and Lifetime. She is currently in production on the feature film Desperados for Netflix. She received her M.F.A. from Yale School of Drama, and she is a member of Art Directors Guild Local 800 and United Scenic Artists Local 829. 3pennydesign.com, rachelmyersdesign.com.

Elisa Benzoni (Costume Design) is thrilled to be back designing for The Old Globe, where she previously designed Constellations and where she has designed the fall show with The Old Globe and University of San Diego Shiley Graduate Theatre Program for the past five years. She has worked all over Southern California as well as internationally. Her select credits include Sex with Strangers (Geffen Playhouse), Photograph 51 (South Coast Repertory), The Who & The What, Our Town, Tall Girls, Brahman/i, and Sam Bendrix at the Bon Soir (La Jolla Playhouse), Sweat and Aubergine (San Diego Repertory Theatre), Chapatti (Laguna Playhouse), and Hedwig and the Angry Inch, The Hour of Great Mercy, The Loneliest Girl in the World, The Happiest Place on Earth, Ballast, The Mystery of Love and Sex, and Homos, or Everyone in America (Diversionary Theatre). Ms. Benzoni has also been the resident designer at North Coast Repertory Theatre for three years, working on Craig Noel Award–nominated productions. She holds a Costume Design M.F.A. from UC San Diego. elisabenzoni.com.

Sherrice Mojgani (Lighting Design) recently designed Skeleton Crew (The Old Globe), The Heiress and Two Trains Running (Arena Stage), Ain’t Misbehavin’ and The Scottsboro Boys (Signature Theatre Company), Roz and Ray, Black Pearl Sings, and Outside Mullingar (San Diego Repertory Theatre), and Blue Door, Trouble in Mind and Mud Blue Sky (MOXIE Theatre). Ms. Mojgani is an Assistant Professor at George Mason University in northern Virginia. She holds a B.A. in Theater Arts from UC Santa Cruz and an M.F.A. in Lighting Design from UC San Diego. smojgani.com.

Luqman Brown (Sound Design) designed The Corpse Washer, How to Defend Yourself, and We’ve Come to Believe and created original music for Everybody Black, all for the 2019 Humana Festival. His regional theatre credits include Detroit ’67 (The Juilliard School), Skeleton Crew (TheatreSquared), The Three Musketeers (Classical Theatre of Harlem), The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity (Asolo Repertory Theatre), Sense & Sensibility (Cape Fear Regional Theatre), The Parchman Hour (Guthrie Theater), and Adoration of the Old Woman (INTAR Theatre). His Off Broadway credits include Revolving Cycles Truly and Steadily Roll’d (The Duke on 42nd Street) and Hurt Village (Signature Theatre Company). Mr. Brown won both the 2017 and 2018 AUDELCO Awards for Sound Design. As a professional musician, he has performed in numerous bands and produced many others. luqmanbrown.nyc.

Henry Russell Bergstein, CSA (Casting) cast Broadway’s The Lyons, and he has cast Off Broadway for Vineyard Theatre, where his productions include Good Grief, Harry Clarke, Gloria (also Goodman Theatre), Dot, The Landing, Can You Forgive Her?, Kid Victory (also Signature Theatre Company), Arlington, The North Pool, Outside People, Checkers, Middletown, The Metal Children, Wig Out, Somewhere Fun, and Picked. His other New York theatre credits include Small Mouth Sounds (with Lauren Port; Ars Nova, Off Broadway), The Wildness and the original production of Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 (Ars Nova), Preludes (with David Caparelliotis; LCT3), 3C (Rattlestick Playwrights Theater), and Gorilla Man (PS122). He also cast for Sundance Institute Theatre Lab for five seasons. Mr. Bergstein’s television credits include “Black Mirror” (U.S. casting), Comedy Central’s “The Other Two” (with Allison Estrin), HBO’s “Succession,” and Amazon’s “Mozart in the Jungle” (with Douglas Aibel). His film credits include Saturday Church (Tribeca Film Festival 2017); Beauty Mark (LA Film Festival 2017); It Felt Like Love (Sundance NEXT FEST 2013); and 3rd Street Blackout; as well as Love After Love (Tribeca 2017), Grandma, How to Talk to Girls at Parties (Cannes Film Festival 2017), and November Criminals (all with Mr. Aibel); and Spider-Man Homecoming (New York casting, with Ms. Estrin). Mr. Bergstein also cast the first two seasons of the podcast “Homecoming.”

Chandra R.M. Anthenill (Production Stage Manager) has worked on the Globe productions of Tiny Beautiful Things, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Twelfth Night (Globe for All), Dr. Seuss’s The Lorax, A Thousand Splendid Suns, Guys and Dolls, Camp David, and The Comedy of Errors. Her credits as production stage manager include Fun Home, Beachtown, Roz & Ray, Into the Beautiful North, R. Buckminster Fuller: THE HISTORY (and Mystery) OF THE UNIVERSE, Outside Mullingar, The Oldest Boy, Everybody’s Talkin’: The Music of Harry Nilsson, Oedipus El Rey, and Honky (San Diego Repertory Theatre), The Last Wife, Bad Jews, Sons of the Prophet, True West, Fool for Love, Spring Awakening, Assassins, and Company (Cygnet Theatre Company), and Pippin (Diversionary Theatre). Her credits as assistant stage manager include Junk: The Golden Age of Debt (La Jolla Playhouse); In the Next Room, or the vibrator play; The Who’s Tommy; Walter Cronkite Is Dead; Tortilla Curtain;and Zoot Suit (San Diego Repertory Theatre); and Dirty Blonde (Cygnet Theatre Company). Ms. Anthenill is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association.

Globe-commissioned world premiere
What You Are
By JC Lee
Directed by Patricia McGregor

RUNS: May 30 – June 30, 2019

Sheryl and Harvey White Theatre,
Conrad Prebys Theatre Center

TICKETS: Ticket prices start at $30.00,
on sale now

SYNOPSIS: Feeling adrift in a changing America he no longer recognizes, Don scrapes together a living and struggles to support his family through hard work and good intentions. But everything around him, from his younger co-workers, to the technology in his office job, to even his own opinionated daughter, seems alien to the certainties and stabilities he once knew. When a simple misunderstanding at work escalates into an all-out confrontation, Don hatches a plan to set right all the things he feels have gone wrong. Can the people who love him manage to hold him together? A riveting, of-the-moment exploration of the personal struggles that accompany sweeping social change. Contains strong language.

CAST: Adrian Anchondo (Hector), Jasmin Savoy Brown (Katie), Omozé Idehenre (Sigourney), Mike Sears (Randy), Jonathan Walker (Don).

CREATIVE TEAM: Rachel Myers (Scenic Design), Elisa Benzoni (Costume Design), Sherrice Mojgani (Lighting Design), Luqman Brown (Sound Design), Henry Russell Bergstein, CSA/Joseph Gery (Casting), Chandra R.M. Anthenill (Production Stage Manager).

BOX OFFICE WINDOW HOURS: Noon to final curtain Tuesday through Sunday. American Express, Discover, MasterCard, and VISA accepted. (619) 23-GLOBE [234-5623].

LOCATION: The Old Globe is located in San Diego’s Balboa Park at 1363 Old Globe Way. Free parking is available throughout the park. Valet parking is also available ($14, advance reservation by calling the Box Office, evening performances only).

May 30 THURS 8:00pm
May 31 FRI 8:00pm
June 1 SAT 8:00pm
June 2 SUN 7:00pm
June 4 TUE 7:00pm  (Zeiger Insights Seminar)
June 5 WED 7:00pm
June 7 FRI 8:00pm
June 8 SAT 2:00pm  (Subject Matters)
June 8 SAT 8:00pm
June 9 SUN 2:00pm
June 9 SUN 7:00pm
June 11 TUE 7:00pm  (Post-Show Forum)
June 12 WED 7:00pm  (Post-Show Forum)
June 13 THURS 8:00pm
June 14 FRI 8:00pm
June 15 SAT 2:00pm
June 15 SAT 8:00pm
June 16 SUN 2:00pm
June 16 SUN 7:00pm
June 18 TUE 7:00pm  (Post-Show Forum)
June 19 WED 2:00pm  
June 19 WED 7:00pm  (Post-Show Forum)
June 20 THURS 8:00pm
June 21 FRI 8:00pm
June 22 SAT 8:00pm
June 23 SUN 2:00pm
June 23 SUN 7:00pm
June 25 TUE 7:00pm  (Post-Show Forum)
June 26 WED 7:00pm  (Post-Show Forum)
June 27 THURS 8:00pm
June 28 FRI 8:00pm
June 29 SAT 2:00pm
June 29 SAT 8:00pm
June 30  SUN 2:00pm
June 30  SUN 7:00pm

PHOTOS: Digital images of Globe productions are available at TheOldGlobe.org/press-room.

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