On April 20th, 2017, American Theatre, announced the 2017 season at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, including my artist-in-residence for Model Killer.
Model Killer: Giant Crimes + Tiny Cover-Ups is a morbid comedy centered on a disgruntled dollhouse maker turned investigator. Vivian Nutt builds dioramas of unsolved murders, only for it to be revealed that she is in fact, a serial killer.
In Model Killer, I invite the viewer to reconsider female serial killers, the historically feminine craft of miniatures, and murder as entertainment.
Eugene O’Neill Theater Center Announces 2017 Summer Lineup
The new-work development hub has announced the selections for the summer season.
WATERFORD, CONN.: The Eugene O’Neill Theater Center has announced its 2017 season, featuring plays, musicals, and other works in development as part of the company’s National Puppetry Conference, National Music Theater Conference, National Playwrights Conference, and Cabaret and Performance Conference.
“Last fall the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center received the National Medal of Arts in a White House ceremony,” said executive director Preston Whiteway in a statement. “This summer, the O’Neill boldly continues our mission as launchpad of the American theatre with our 2017 professional season. The artists selected across our programs, from nearly 2,000 applicants, are adding exciting and necessary voices that will play our nation’s stages for years to come.”
The artists-in-residence this summer at the National Puppetry Conference (June 16-17), led by Pam Arciero, will be Hua Hua Zhang and Marsian DeLellis. Artists leading intensives for the conference will include Ronnie Burkett, Melissa Dunphy, Alice Gottschalk, Martin Kettling, Phillip Huber, Kurt Hunter, Jim Kroupa, Tim Lagasse, Lisa Lichtenfels, Martin P. Robinson, Jim Rose, and Fred Thompson.(More)