1st Show of our 2019/2020 Season!

ANDY WARHOL’S TOMATO

A World Premiere by Vince Melocchi
Directed by Dana Jackson

OVATION RECOMMENDED!

With: DEREK CHARITON and KEITH STEVENSON
Dana Jackson – Director
Sara Newman-Martins – Producer
Keith Stevenson (Bones Bonino)
Derek Chariton (Andy Warhol)

Rich Rose – Scenic Designer
Christopher Moscatiello
– Sound Designer
Andrew Schmedake
– Light Designer
Keilani Gleave – Costume Designer
Mateo Rudich – Technical Director

Erin Soares –  Production Manager
Teak Piegdon – Stage Manager

Thurs, Fri, Sat at 8:00pm
Sundays at 3:00pm
thru Sept 29th

Tickets: $25 to $34

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Top Ten/Recommended” – Stage Raw

“A well-acted and entertaining addition to Warhol lore. Dana Jackson’s sure-handed direction draws terrific work from her cast. Enjoyable look at a lesser-known period of Warhol’s life”Stage Raw
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TOTALTHEATRE REVIEW “The skill of Melocchi’s writing is matched by the remarkable acting work of Stevenson and Chariton. Together they breathe life into every line…creating flesh-and-blood characters that hold you in thrall from start to finish” – Total Theater

 


When a teenage Andy Warhol finds himself in the basement of a working class bar in Pittsburg, PA, he discovers inspiration, guidance and friendship from a surprising source.

“CRITIC’S CHOICE!”  — LA Times

“Vince Melocchi’s quietly touching two-hander…offers more than a biographical sketch thanks to the reciprocal fleeting connection between Chariton’s Warhol and Stevenson’s equally complex performance as Bones. A surprising olive branch in the culture wars”
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“Not-to-be-missed. This is a play which exquisitely traces the steps…to an understanding about creativity and life in general” – SplashMags
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“A well-written script and two very capable actors…talented playwright Vince Melocchi fleshes out this bare bones fiction with infinite delicacy and gentle grace. A profound and timeless message for all. Kudos for director Dana Jackson’s tender handling of dynamics which, in lesser hands, might falter” – SplashMags
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AWT re-edit from Keith Stevenson