By Alistair McDowall, directed by Robin Witt
When Ollie’s sister goes missing her search leads her to Pomona - a bleak, concrete island in the middle of a scarred city. Part-thriller, part-fantastical puzzle, Alistair McDowall’s Pomona twists and turns its way into the dark heart of a world built on pain and suffering and asks the question - is it even possible to be good anymore?
Production Sponsors: Ann & Rich Carr, Timothy Sherck, Anna Wermuth & Alex Gillmor, Lisa & Randy White
Travel & Hospitality Sponsors: Timothy Lyman & Ted Lowitz
Additional Production Support: The Pauls Foundation
Previews: July 13 - 17, 2019
Press Opening: Thursday, July 18, 2019
Performances: July 18 - August 24, 2019
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings at 8pm
Sunday afternoons at 3pm, excluding July 21
Full Performance Calendar
Audio Description and a Touch Tour will be available on Saturday, August 10.
Open Captioning will be available on Sunday, August 4.
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Running Time: One hour, forty minutes without 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.
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Director – Robin Witt*
Stage Manager – Lauren Lassus*
Set Designer – Joe Schermoly
Lighting Designer – Brandon Wardell**
Sound Designer – Thomas Dixon*
Costume Designer – Aly Amidei
Props Designer – Jenny Pinson
Fight Choreographer – Christina Gorman
Dialect Coach – Adam Goldstein
Assistant Director – Cody Spellman
Production Manager – Catherine Allen**
*Denotes Steep Company Member
**Denotes Steep Artistic Associate
Alistair McDowall grew up in the North East of England. Plays include: Zero for the Young Dudes! (National Theatre Connections 2017); X (Royal Court Theatre 2016); Pomona (RWCMD/Gate 2014; Orange Tree Theatre/Royal Exchange/National Theatre 2014/5); Talk Show (Royal Court Theatre 2013); Brilliant Adventures (Royal Court Young Writers’ Festival 2012; Royal Exchange, Manchester and Live Theatre, Newcastle 2013); and Captain Amazing (Live Theatre, Newcastle and Edinburgh Fringe 2013; UK tour 2014). He was the recipient of the Harold Pinter Commission in 2018. His work has been translated and produced internationally.