written by Jessica Dickey directed by Daniella Topol May 29-June 29 2013 at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater (224 Waverly Pl) FEATURING: Drew McVety, Kate Nowlin, and Henry Stram CREATIVE: Andromache Chalfant (Set Design) ; Michael Krass (Costume Design) ; Austin Smith (Lighting Design) ; Broken Chord (Sound Design) ; Kate Croasdale (Production Stage Manager) ; Eugenia Furneaux (Production Manager) When a father’s love of music clashes with his daughter’s passion for basketball, modernist composer Charles Ives is the perfect referee. Charles Ives Take Me Home is a comedic and poignant story of dissonance, defense, and devotion. Jessica Dickey received a Susan Blackburn Prize nomination for Charles Ives Take Me Home. She made her playwriting debut with her hit one-woman show The Amish Project, which premiered at the New York International Fringe Festival. The Amish Project has since been produced at the Cherry Lane Theatre, Rattlestick, the American Theater Company (Chicago), the City Theatre (Pittsburgh), and internationally. Her newest play, Row After Row, has a scheduled production in Tucson next spring.