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6238 ALEXANDER DR.

ST. LOUIS, MO 63105

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PERFORMANCE ENSEMBLE

Morse.............................................Hannah Ryan

Bunce.............................................Charlie Barron

Snelgrave........................................Joe Hanrahan

Darcy.............................................Kelley Weber

Kabe..............................................Andrew Kuhlman

 

PRODUCTION ENSEMBLE

Director........................................Ellie Schwetye

Dramaturge....................................Taylor Gruenloh

Stage Manager................................Kristin Rion

Set and Lighting Design......................Bess Moynihan

Sound Design..................................Kareem Deanes

Costume Design...............................Elizabeth Henning

Set construction...............................Jon Hisaw

Graphic Design................................Dottie Quick

Photography...................................Joey Rumpell

AUGUST 19-29, 2015

THE CHAPEL

WEDNESDAYS-SATURDAYS

8:00PM

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A wealthy couple is preparing to flee their home in plague-ravaged 17th Century London when a mysterious sailor and a young girl sneak into their boarded up house. Now, quarantined together for 28 days, the only thing these strangers fear more than the Plague is each other. Definitions of morality are up for grabs and survival takes many forms in this dark, fiercely intense and humorous play.

 

One Flea Spare premiered in London at the Bush Theatre in 1995. In 1996, it received its American premiere at the Humana Festival of New American Plays. It opened in New York at The Public Theater in 1997 and won the OBIE Award for best play; it also won the 1996 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, the 1996 Joseph Kesselring Prize and the 1996 Fellowship of Southern Writers Drama Award. In 2009, One Flea Spare was incorporated into the permanent répertoire of the French National Theatre, the Comédie -Francaise, and produced there in 2012. Only two American playwrights have ever been added to La Comédie's repertoire in 300 years: the other being Tennessee Williams.

 

SATE’s production of One Flea Spare will be its St. Louis premiere.

 

Tickets are $20 (general admission) or $15 (seniors, students and artists) and can be purchased with cash, check or at Brown Paper Tickets.  There are two Pay-What-You-Can performances on Thursday, August 20 and Thursday, August 27.

 

Please call (314) 827-5760 or email [email protected] for more information.