September 30th - October 9th at Baltimore Theatre Project

BALTIMORE, Maryland - August 31, 2016: Iron Crow Theatre opens it’s biggest season in history with Andrew Lippa's The Wild Party; an off-broadway gem that garnered an array of industry accolades. Adapted from Joseph Moncure March's 1928 narrative poem of the same name, The Wild Party tells the story of Queenie and Burrs, who decide to throw a party to end all parties. In Iron Crow Theatre's queering of the piece, The Wild Party exists in a dreamlike state, somewhere between sexual fantasy and nightmare as we’re introduced to an array of characters who exemplify what it means to live both beyond the binary and on the edge. Queenie 'sets the stage' for a brutal game of lust, jealousy and deception as one wild evening gives us a stark insight into the danger and risk inherent within the game we call love. 

“It’s only fitting that we’re opening our biggest season in history with our biggest cast ever!”, said Sean Elias, Artistic Director and Chief Executive Officer. “The artists that we have assembled are truly unbelievable! We have a perfect match-up of students and professionals who join us from both local universities and theaters to major regional equity houses.” 

Directed by Sean Elias✝ with Musical Direction by Ben Shaver and Choreography by Robert Mintz*. Set Design by Ryan Haase with Lighting Design by Janine Vreatt and Assistant Lighting Design by Thomas Gardner. Costume Design by Betty O'Hellno with Assistant Costume Design by Whiskey Joy. Sound Design by Chris Aldrich with Dramaturgy provided by Ann Turiano. Production Stage Management by Ambre Tirehote with Assistant Stage Management provided by Kacey Coffin. 

Featuring Allison Bradbury as Queenie, Justin Mazzella✝ as Burrs, Jessica Bennett as Kate, Sylvern Groomes, Jr. as Black, Jesse Marciniak as Eddie, Kathryne Daniels as Mae, Valerie Holt as Madelaine True, Brice Guerriere as Phil D’Armano, Adam Cooley as Oscar D’Armano, Terrance Fleming as Jackie/Black u/s, Nick Fruit as Max, Rose Hahn as Nadine, Emily Small as Dolores, Fred Fletcher-Jackson as Sam, and Scean Flowers✝ as Jackie u/s.

Tickets are available for purchase online via Pricing is $25.00 for General Admission, $20.00 for Seniors, Educators, Veterans and Active Service Members and $15.00 for Students. Performances begin September 30th and run through Sunday, October 9th.

Friday, September 30:  8:00pm - Opening Night
Saturday, October 1:  2:00pm & 8:00pm
Sunday, October 2:  2:00pm & 7:00pm
Thursday, October 6:  7:00pm
Friday, October 7:  8:00pm
Saturday, October 8:  2:00pm & 8:00pm
Sunday, October 9: 2:00pm

*  Member, Actors Equity Association
✝ Participant Equity Membership Candidate Program

IRON CROW THEATRE produces queer theatre for a queer city; celebrating the renegade and the unorthodox,
in all of us. 



Jeanette Wooten
Public Relations & Outreach Manager
Iron Crow Theatre

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