July 26, 2016

Ellie McBride plays Amelia in the World Premiere of Eva Suter's Hold Me Well for Shrewd.

Why are you excited to be working on Hold Me Well?
 

When Eva's version of Hold Me Well was put up at UT for the New Works festival in 2014, I was fortunate be be invited to work on...

July 22, 2016

Playwright Eva Suter on the world premiere of her play, Hold Me Well.

What are you most excited about for the premiere of Hold Me Well?

Writing this play was like writing a novel -- and only showing a little bit. I take a lot of joy in the project of world building,...

July 12, 2016

Emily Rankin plays Casey in the World Premiere of Eva Suter's Hold Me Well for Shrewd.

What drew you to Hold Me Well?
 

I was drawn to Eva Suter’s Hold Me Well in part because I found it fascinating to see the classic themes in Othello—jealousy, desire, suspicion, and fe...

July 7, 2016

Taylor Flanagan plays Raquel in the World Premiere of Eva Suter's Hold Me Well for Shrewd.

What drew you to Hold Me Well?
 

I love Shakespeare.  So initially I was drawn to this show because I heard it was kind of like the Othello story, but set after the apocalypse.  So...

July 5, 2016

Hayley Armstrong plays Des in the World Premiere of Eva Suter's Hold Me Well for Shrewd.

Why are you excited to be working on Hold Me Well?
 

Before auditioning for “Hold Me Well,” I read through the play synopsis, and I just knew that I wanted to be a part of it. First...

July 1, 2016

Rudy Ramirez directs the World Premiere of Eva Suter's Hold Me Well for Shrewd.

Why this play?  Why now?  Why Shrewd?
 

I began working with Eva Suter on this play in the fall of 2013; she brought me on board to help her think through the queer ramifications of a wo...

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