January 26 -
February 18, 2018
Laura Jane Bailey
Thurs. - Sat. nights at 8p
Sun. afternoons at 2p
By Terry Johnson
Imagine a meeting of the minds between Albert Einstein, Marilyn Monroe, Senator Joe McCarthy, and Joe DiMaggio in a New York hotel room in the 1950s. Using these archetypes as a jumping off point, playwright Terry Johnson shows that celebrity, sex, death, and politics are all intertwined. Hilarious and heartbreaking, Insignificance shows us that everything is in fact relative.
Jim Johnson as The Professor
Jessica Lea Risco as The Actress
Gary Mosher as The Senator
Nick Mandracchia as The Ballplayer
Director - Laura Jane Bailey
Rehearsal Stage Manager - Katie Forrest
Production Stage Manager - Christina Bauer
Scenic Designer - Eric Johnson
Technical Director - Karl Haller
Lighting Designer - Edward Liptzen
Costume Designer - Kathleen Qiu
Sound Designer - Jonathan Covey
Properties Master - Beth Covey-Snedegar
Dialect Coach - Cameron Wells
Fight Choreographer - Steaphen Fick
Graphic Designer - Maggie Ziomek
Photographer - Lance Huntley
Pay what you will preview on Thurs., Jan. 25th at 8p
Opening night performance on Fri., Jan. 26th at 8p
Post-show discussion with the cast and director Sun., Feb. 4th
The show's rating and run time is pending.
Special showing of Marilyn Monroe in The Seven Year Itch on Saturday, February 3 at 2p.
Doors open at 1:30p; movie starts at 2p. This event is pay what you will in cash at the door.
This show is sponsored in part by the Redwood City Civic Cultural Commission, the Silicon Valley Community Foundation's Donors Circle for the Arts, and Dr. Katharine Miller.