TRUE LOVE WILl FIND YOu IN THE END

by Neil LaBute

 

Directed by J.J. Kandel

 

October 8 - 25

 

Thursday through Saturdays at 6:00pm & 8:00pm

Sundays at 2:00pm & 4:00pm

TRUE LOVE WILL FIND YOU IN THE END is about marriage and divorce; passion and obsession; and how love can find you in even the most extraordinary circumstances. An original play for voices by Neil LaBute, author of BASH, THE SHAPE OF THINGS, FAT PIG and REASONS TO BE PRETTY.

In an extremely intimate setting – only 8 seats per performance – this timely theatre production places the audience safely on opposing sides of a socially-distant square. This theatrical experience transports patrons into the world of the play through a layered composition of sound, light and narrative as we experience two sides of the same story. 

SAFETY

No live actors will be present during this production. 

 

The safest way to maintain distance for our artists and audience is to invite you into a theatrical experience supported by voice-over, light and sound. 

All seats in the theatre will be placed 6-feet apart to comply with social distancing guidelines. There will only be 8 seats per performance. We selected this number to keep our patrons safe. All patrons will be required to wear a mask when walking to and from their seat.

Complimentary masks and gloves will be available to all patrons. Hand sanitizing stations will be set up at the entrance. The lobby, bathrooms and theatre will be cleaned and sanitized prior to your arrival. 

After the performance is complete, please maintain distance while exiting the theatre. The health and safety of our patrons is of utmost importance to us.

CAST & CREW

Neil LaBute

Playwright

Neil LaBute is a writer/director who works in theater, television and film. Some of his credits include the plays Bash, The Shape Of Things, Fat Pig, Reasons To Be Pretty, In A Dark Dark House and All The Ways To Say I Love You, the films In The Company Of Men, Your Friends & Neighbors, Nurse Betty, Possession, Lakeview Terrace and Some Velvet Morning and the television shows Ten X Ten, Billy & Billie and Van Helsing. He is a Pisces.

Gia Crovatin

Woman 

Gia Crovatin is a New York-based television, theatre, and film actor. Most recently she was seen as ‘Devonne’ on Starz’s new show Hightown and will be featured in the upcoming The Good Lord Bird on Showtime. Other television credits include The Blacklist (NBC), Billions (Showtime), Billy & Billie (DirecTV), and Hell On Wheels (AMC) among others. Theatre credits include Unlikely Japan (The Davenport Theatre), I Don’t Know What I Can Save You From (LaMama) and Pericles (Theatre for A New Audience) among others. Gia graduated from Cornell University and is a proud member of AEA and SAG-AFTRA.

JJ Kandel

Director

J.J. Kandel is the co-founder & producing artistic director of the Summer Shorts at 59E59 Theaters, and is DENIZEN Theatre’s artistic associate. Previous directing credits include the plays Lucky (World Premiere) by Sharr White; In This, Our Time (World Premiere) by Academy Award-winner Alexander Dinelaris; and the upcoming short film Sparring Partner by Neil LaBute with Cecily Strong and KeiLyn Durrel Jones.

KEILYN DURREL JONES

Man

 

TV; High Maintenance (HBO), The I-Land (Netflix), The Affair (Showtime), Shades of Blue (NBC), Jessica Jones (Netflix), The Path (Hulu), Elementary (CBS), Time After Time (ABC), Deception (ABC)

THEATRE; NYC; Troilus and Cressida (Shakespeare in the Park), Lone Star Spirits (Crowded Outlet), BreakPoint (SummerShorts), Sparring Partner (Summer Shorts), Great Negro Works Of Art (Labute Fest) Regional; The Lion in Winter (Two River Theatre), Love in the Wars (Bard Summerscape), Yellowman (Henley Street Theatre Co.), Las Meninas (RepStage), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (HCC Arts Collective), Fences (Laurel Mill Playhouse).  A proud member of the 52nd St. Project. MFA; NYU Grad Acting. 

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CREATIVE TEAM

Harry Lipstein: Founder & Producing Artistic Director

J.J. Kandel: Director

Neil LaBute: Playwright

Sarah Cronk: Producer

Greg MacPherson: Lighting Designer 

Nick Moore: Sound Designer & Composer

Marcel Mitscherlich: Scenic Installation Designer & Artist

Liz Connell: Technical Director