E2E: Ivories

Archived Show


Produced by:
Basement Light Productions
July 27 - July 30, 2023
Run Time:
1 Hour, 40 Minutes
Showing in Theater
$15 (59E59 Members $12)

Show Info

Written and directed by Riley Elton McCarthy
With Riley Elton McCarthy, Júlia Cerquiera, Hans Mueh, Chloe Kramer, Ryan Pangracs, Greg Pernicone, and Jesse Hartley

What do you get when A24's horror is captured through tragicomedy? This haunted evening follows nonbinary playwright Sloane and their botanist husband Gwyn settling the estate of Sloane's ailing grandmother. When Gwyn's childhood friend Beckham arrives to help the couple bury the hatchet, they soon discover there may be more to the house, and to Sloane, hidden beneath the foundation.

Part of 59E59 Theaters' East to Edinburgh 2023

Photo Caption:
Photo: Nick Godfrey
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Producing Company

Riley Elton McCarthy/Basement Light Productions

Riley Elton McCarthy (they/them) is an internationally produced and published playwright and director. They were a featured artist and resident playwright with International World Pride 2021 in Copenhagen, Denmark, and were a resident playwright with Art House Productions, Common Ground Theatre Company, Playdate at Pete’s, and Elephant Room Productions. They have been produced at The Tank, The Brick, Yale Repertory Theatre, The Triad Theater, and internationally in Denmark and Scotland. Sharon and Melina is currently a semi-finalist for the 2023 Eugene O’Neill National Playwriting Conference, and Take Me Down to the Levee is a 2023 SheNYCArts Semifinalist. The Lesbian Play at The Triad Theater in June 2023 will be their playwriting Off Broadway debut. Their plays, Ragweeds and Sharon and Melina, were nominated for 2022 BroadwayWorld Off Broadway awards for Best New Play. Their short play, The Death of a Supernova, has been performed by colleges and performing arts companies all over the world. They are a proud member of Dramatists Guild and Ring of Keys. BA Theatre Performance & Writing for the Stage, Marymount Manhattan College. IVORIES is their NYC debut production as a director.

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