The Pavillon written by Craig Wright directed by Lucie Tiberghien at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater (224 Waverly Pl) September 9-October 9 FEATURING: Stephen Bogardus, Brian D'Arcy James, Jennifer Mudge CREATIVE: Takeshi Kata (Set Design) ; Mimi O'Donnell (Costume Design) ; Matt Richards (Lighting Design) ; Christophe Tiberghien (Composer) ; Paige Van Den Berg (PSM) ; Libby Steiner (ASM) ; S. Caden Hethorn (Assistant Director) ; Eric Larson (Assistant Lighting Design) SYNOPSIS Hailed by critics as an "an Our Town for our time," this play is by turns poetic and comic, romantic and philosophical. Peter returns to his twenty-year high-school reunion with dreams of winning back Kari, the girl he left behind after an unexpected pregnancy ended their relationship. Standing in Peter's way is Kari's bitter-as-ever resentment, her husband and the fact that Peter still hasn't grown up. As the night progresses, both Peter and Kari are led, through their interactions with a host of characters all played by a virtuosic Narrator, to face the consequences of choices made long ago and start back into life with new-found strength and bittersweet resolve.
Pictured Front: Jennifer Mudge Production photography by Sandra Coudert

Pictured Front: Jennifer Mudge. Production photography by Sandra Coudert

Pictured Front: Jennifer Mudge Production photography by Sandra Coudert

Jennifer Mudge, Stephen Bogardus, Brian D'Arcy James. Production photography by Sandra Coudert

Pictured Front: Jennifer Mudge Production photography by Sandra Coudert

Brian D'Arcy James, Stephen Bogardus, Jennifer Mudge. Production photography by Sandra Coudert