Produced by:
New Light Theater Project
September 29 - October 16, 2022
Run Time:
1 Hour, 30 Minutes
Showing in Theater
$30 (59E59 Member price: $25)

Show Info

By Erin E. Adams
Directed by Tabatha Gayle

With Starr Kirkland, Tai Leshaun, Britney Nicole Simpson, Cherene Snow, and Landon Woodson

Kendra returns to her childhood home on Martha’s Vineyard upon learning her brother has died in a terrible accident. While searching for the truth about his passing, she finds herself tormented by a childhood ghost story. As the mystery behind his death is unraveled, she discovers that he was drowning in much more than water. The ghost story, paired with her grief, begins to impact her relationship with her family and to the ocean itself. 

Part of New Light Theater Project’s 2022 New Light New Voices Fall Festival, INK'DWELL is a poetic look at grief and how love lives on.

This play explores themes of mental health and depression and talks about death and suicide.
If you or someone you know is struggling with depression or has suicidal thoughts, please call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255.

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BLACK THEATER NIGHT: Gather in community to see Erin E. Adams' new play! 

59E59 Theaters and New Light Theater Project are thrilled to be hosting a Black Theater Community Night on Friday, October 7. We invite anyone who identifies as Black to join us for the 7:30 PM performance, which will be followed by a talkback moderated by Arminda Thomas, dramaturg and co-producer for CLASSIX.

Louis DeVaughn Nelson,
Movement Dramaturg
Anna Kiraly,
Scenic + Projection Design
Daricel Calcano,
Costume Design
Annie Wiegand,
Lighting Design
Isaiah Howell,
Sound Design
Emily Hart and
Mark Weissglass,
ASL Interpreters
Britney Nicole

Producing Company

New Light Theater Project

New Light Theater Project (NLTP) nurtures a Collective of artist-practitioners through the presentation of compelling stories across theatrical genres. Founded by Sarah Norris and Michael Aguirre, NLTP believes in the strength of ensemble-work and are committed to fostering their Collective composed of writers, actors, directors, stage managers, and designers from diverse backgrounds. At least 50% of an NLTP production utilizes our Collective while the rest of the production team consists of innovative artists they hope to cultivate deeper relationships with. They are currently one of 59E59 Theaters’ Co-Op Resident Companies.

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