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UPDATED CAST AND CREATIVES FOR THE CONSTRUCTIVISTS’ PRODUCTION
OF “THE PILLOWMAN” BY MARTIN MCDONAGH
October 3, 2018 – (Milwaukee) The Constructivists, a new Milwaukee Non-Equity Theater Company, are happy to announce the updated CAST AND CREATIVES TEAM for its fall production of THE PILLOWMAN by MARTIN MCDONAGH.
The Cast of The Pillowman includes Rose Grizzell (Katurian), Jaime Jastrab (Tupolski), Rob Schreiner (Ariel), Logan Milway (Michal), Emmaline Friederichs (Mother), Mark Staniszewski (Father), Jarrod Langwinski (Boy), and Grace Mantyh (Girl).
The Creative Team for The Pillowman is Jaimelyn Gray (Director), Sarah Harris (Set and Costume Design), Ellie Rabinowitz (Lighting Design), JJ Gatesman (Fight Choreography), Les Zarzecki (Technical Direction and Set Construction), Laura Sturm (Voice and Movement), Krista Kanderski (Stage Management), and Kellie Wambold (PR & Marketing). Sam Clapp will replace Robert Hornbostel as Sound Designer for this production.
Dates and Production Information
The Pillowman, by Martin McDonagh
Directed by Jaimelyn Gray
The blackest of dark comedies, The Pillowman is a stunner of a play surrounding two siblings, Katurian and Michal, who are being held in prison under suspicion that the former may have murdered three small children in a way that eerily reflects tales she has written. McDonagh does not hold back as two hardened, and potentially violent, detectives of an unnamed totalitarian state attempt to get to the bottom of the crimes.
The Pillowman will run October 26 - November 10, 2018 at The Underground Collaborative, 161 W. Wisconsin Ave., Lower Level (TJ Maxx Entrance, one block west of the Riverside Theater). Performances are Thursdays – Saturdays at 7:30pm, and Sundays at 2pm.
Tickets will be available for purchase online through theconstructivists.org, or by calling The Constructivists Box Office at 414.858.6874. Tickets are $15 in advance, and $18 at the door.
About The Constructivists
Live theatre, and the human connection it provides, is needed now more than ever. The Constructivists are committed to creating viscerally driven live theatre, exposing and exploring the complexity of human nature and the perils it creates. This in an effort to challenge, enlighten, educate, and entertain a diverse mature audience. The Constructivists believe passionate theatre is the necessary catalyst for change.