Salomé

Oscar Wilde

Salomé performed at the Irondale Center in Brooklyn, October 10-27, 2018, in an original translation from the French by JR. It was produced by M-34 in collaboration with the New York International Fringe Festival / FringeBYOV.

 

Choreography by Jess Goldschmidt, projections by Wladimiro Woyno and associate Lacey Erb, costumes by Lara de Bruijn and associate Madeline Berger, scenery by Oona Curley and associate Santiago Orjuela Laverde, sound and music by Michael Costagliola and associate Sinan Zafar, associate direction by Dan Rogers, stage management by Isaac VanCuren, technical direction by Rudi Utter, and production support by Anna Brenner and Marty Keiser.

The cast featured Patrick Cann (Soldier), Ross Cowan (Soldier), Jon Froehlich (Jew), Catherine Gasta (Greek), Charise Greene (Jew), Julia Gu (Roman), Brough Hansen (Soldier), Jonathan Harris (Cappadoican), Marty Keiser (Herod), Lizzie King-Hall (Jew), Jamie Lowenstein (Servant), Stephanie Orta-Vázquez (Egyptian), Louie Pearlman (Jew), Rava Raab (Servant), Alexander Reed (The Young Syrian), Justin Reinsilber (Nubian), Laura Butler Rivera (Salomé), Anthony Simone (Tigellin), Lisa Tharps (Herodias), Rudi Utter (Jew), Feathers Wise (Iokanaan) and Jing Xu (Page of Herodias).

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marty Keiser, Jonathan Harris, Catherine Gasta Photo by Eileen Meny