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Performance Schedule

Previews: September 28, September 29, October 3
Press Opening: Friday, October 4
Performances: October 4 - November 9, 2019
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings at 8pm
Sunday afternoons at 3pm
Full Performance Calendar

Accessibility
Audio Description and a Touch Tour will be available on Saturday, October 19.
Open Captioning will be available on Saturday, October 26 and Sunday, October 27.
Contact us at access@steeptheatre.com or 773-649-3186 for more information or to reserve tickets.

Mosquitoes

By Lucy Kirkwood, directed by Jaclynn Jutting

Inside the Large Hadron Collider, two high-energy particle beams travel at close to the speed of light before being forced to collide. Outside, two sisters run on an ideological collision course that threatens to upend the fragile gravity holding their family together. Lucy Kirkwood’s Mosquitoes is an intergenerational look at the gulf between decisions and their consequences.

Production Sponsors: Susan Burland & George Plumb, Ken Burlington, Colleen & John Mueller, Jan Willer & Mark Osing

Running Time: 2:30 with one intermission

Late Seating: Please note that late seating is not possible and that all tickets not claimed by the scheduled performance time may be released to the wait list. For questions about this, please contact our box office.

Content Advisory: This production is intended for adult audiences. For more information about the content of this show, please click here.


Cast

Upasna Barath
Richard Costes
Cindy Markerˆ
Peter Mooreˆ
Amber Sallisˆ
Julia Sipleˆ
Alexander Stuart
Meg Thalken*
Elle Walker

Production Team

Director – Jaclynn Jutting
Stage Manager – Lauren Lassusˆ
Set Designer – Sotirios Livaditis
Lighting Designer – Brandon Wardellˆˆ
Sound Designer – Kevin O’Donnell
Costume Designer – Emily McConnellˆˆ
Props Designer – Russell Langdon
Projections Designer – Stephan Mazurek
Fight Choreographer – Almanya Narula
Dialect Coach – Cate Gillespie
Production Manager – Lila Gilbert
Assistant Director – Emily Antoff
Assistant Stage Manager – Isaac Jay Pineda

ˆ Steep Company Member
ˆˆ Steep Artistic Associate
* Appearing through an Agreement between Steep Theatre and Actors' Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States


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Lucy Kirkwood

Lucy Kirkwood is an acclaimed playwright and screenwriter. In 2009, Lucy’s play It Felt Empty When the Heart Went at First but it is Alright Now was produced by Clean Break Theatre Company at the Arcola Theatre. The play was nominated for an Evening Standard Award for Best Newcomer and made Lucy joint winner of the 2010 John Whiting Award. NSFW premiered at the Royal Court Theatre in 2012, starring Janie Dee and Julian Barratt. Chimerica premiered at the Almeida Theatre in 2013 and subsequently transferred to the West End, earning Best New Play at the 2014 Olivier and Evening Standard Awards, as well as the Critics Circle Award and the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize. Recent work includes Mosquitoes (presented by special arrangement with Manhattan Theatre Club), which opened at the National Theatre, London, in summer 2017; and The Children, which premiered at the Royal Court Theatre, London, in 2016. The Children opened on Broadway in December 2017. Lucy also writes for screen: She has written for "Skins" (Company Pictures); created and wrote "The Smoke" (Kudos/Sky 1); wrote and directed the short film "The Briny"; and is developing projects with Raw TV, Cowboy Films, Clio Barnard, and Lenny Abrahamson. Her new six-part season "Adult Material" (Tiger Aspect Productions) and the mini-series of her play Chimerica (Playground Productions) have both recently been greenlit.


Season 18