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Jarrott Productions is happy to share the creative team that will be on stage and behind the scenes for our next production, Laura Wade’s Home, I’m Darling, playing March 21-April 7 at Trinity Street Playhouse.
When Judy sets out to become the perfect 1950s housewife, the Martins are living the dream. But cracks are starting to appear in this beautiful façade that threatens their domestic bliss.
Our cast features a mix of perennial Austin theatre favorites and Austin newcomers joining our JP family for the first time!
Home, I’m Darling is directed by Jarrott Productions Managing Director Will G. Douglas, with Production Manager/Production Stage Manager Jennifer A. Anderson, Scene Design by AnnDee Alvidrez, Lighting Design by MacKenzie Mulligan, Costume Design by Buffy Manners, Technical Direction by Demetri Bellini, Sound Design by Craig Brock, Audio Engineer Seth Ellington, Properties Coordinating by Lisa Ashby, Marketing by Natalie D. Garcia, and Dialect Coaching by Amanda Cooley Davis.
Opening Act Initiative Winners!
At the beginning of this, Jarrott Productions 9th Season, we announced our Opening Act Initiative—providing an opportunity for emerging writers from marginalized or underserved communities in the greater Austin area, with a goal of presenting a workshop production of previously unproduced work from a local playwright.
Our panel of readers has chosen not one, but TWO playwrights to be featured during our spring and summer residencies at Trinity Street Playhouse!
First up will be Pale Human Garbage People by Ty Spencer Hoppe, performed April 3rd at Trinity Street Playhouse.
This dark comedy centers around the Wilcox family, and everyone in town knows they are NOT a nice family. But when the opportunity to better himself comes knocking, Colby Wilcox is determined to take it. Problem is, he’ll have to get past his degenerate kinfolk to do it.
Playwright Hoppe is a UT-Austin graduate with dual degrees in English and Theatre, and has taught Advanced English on the secondary level here in Austin for the past 12 years. Previous work has been presented at Fronterafest, Scriptworks’ Out of Ink, among other showcases. In his work, Hoppe seeks to balance comedy and drama by placing characters in situations both grounded in reality and absurd in nature.
And in June, Jarrott Productions will present a workshop production of Mom and Pop by Carl Gonzales.
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Playwright Gonzales is a Mexican/Indigenous Director, Playwright, and Actor. Recent directing credits include Anna In The Tropics (B. Iden Payne award winner) La Pastorela, La Planchada (Playwright, Frontera Fest best of fest 2023) and Even Flowers Bloom in Hell, Sometimes. Coming up next, he will be co- directing Clyde’s by Lynn Nottage at Ground Floor Theatre.