2019/2020 SEASON

ADMISSIONS: Sept 19 - Oct 6, 2019

THE NICETIES: Jan 16 - Feb 2, 2020

MOTHER OF THE MAID: Mar 26 - Apr 19, 2020

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Denise Hodgson

David R. Jarrott

Mark A. Kiester

© 2019 by Jarrott Productions. 

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THE FATHER

By FLORIAN ZELLER
Directed by RICK ROEMER

February 8 - March 4, 2018

Photo Credit: Steve Williams

WINNER!

Broadway World Austin Awards

Best Leading Actress in a Play (Amber Quick)

Best Leading Actor in a Play (David R. Jarrott)

“[David] Jarrott has fully captured the essence of this internally and externally crucified character... and brings the audience into the shadowy confines of the victim’s mind."

Brian Paul Scipione, CTX Live Theatre

"Jarrott Productions presentation at Trinity Street Theatre is smart and professionally slick. THE FATHER is nearly perfect in its technical aspects."

- Lynn Beaver, Broadway World Austin

"Director Roemer and the cast create an engrossing, complex story unfolded, almost literally, in compelling rhythm."

- Michael Meigs, CTX Live Theatre

 
CAST

DAVID JARROTT

AMBER QUICK

ERIC AUSTIN

LORI KOVACEVICH

JOEL GROSS

HEIDI PENIX

CREATIVE TEAM

DIRECTOR

Rick Roemer

SCENIC DESIGNER

Desiderio Roybal

SOUND DESIGNER

Craig Brock

PRODUCTION MANAGER

Lisa Goering

COSTUME DESIGNER

Colleen PowerGriffin

LIGHTING DESIGNER

Chris Conard

PRODUCTION STAGE MANAGER

Kayleigh Axtell

TECHNICAL SUPERVISOR

Reed Neal

COMPOSER AND GRAPHIC DESIGNER

Michael Jarrott

DAVID R. JARROTT (Andre): David is the Producing Artistic Director of Jarrott Productions and was most recently seen in Prodigal Son; other regional credits include All The Way, The Great Society, Peter & The Starcatcher and others at ZACH, It’s a Wonderful Life at Penfold Theatre, Gypsy, Oklahoma, The Music Man and others for Austin Musical Theatre, and The Beautiful People as a guest artist at the University of Texas.

 

AMBER QUICK (Anne): Amber was most recently seen in Jarrott Productions’ THE HERD, for which she won an Austin Critics Table Award as Best Actress. She has also worked with Zach Theatre, Present Company, The Vortex and Austin Shakespeare. For role as Stella in Austin Shakespeare’s A Streetcar Named Desire she won B. Iden Payne, Austin Critics Table and Central Texas Excellence in Theatre Awards as Best Supporting Actress in a Drama.  

 

ERIC AUSTIN (Pierre): Eric graduated with a BFA from the Tisch School of the Arts (Atlantic Theatre Company, Experimental Theater Wing) at NYU. Previous credits include The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, This Is Our Youth, and Take Me Out.

 

LORI KOVACEVICH (Laura): Lori was born and raised in sunny Southern California. After studying public relations in Boston, she headed to Austin to pursue acting and eat tacos. Her dream is to tell stories that show how we all struggle as humans but also ones that empower us. Lori has taken part in the short film, "Bodies of Water," two student films, and the 48 Hour Film Festival where she won Best Actress for her part in the film, "She Wore Pink and Red."

JOEL GROSS (Man): Joel is currently appearing in Street Corner Arts' production of POCATELLO. Recently he has been on stage, in films, on TV, teaching teen acting workshops and building sets in Chicago, New Orleans, New York and North Carolina. He can be seen in season 2 of A&Es BREAKOUT KINGS and season 4 of HBOs TREME. Joel is also a screenwriter, musician and carpenter. 

 

HEIDI PENIX (Woman): Heidi is thrilled to be making her Jarrott Productions debut with The Father. She was most recently seen as Benedick in Something for Nothing's production of Much Ado About Nothing. She is a Vortex Company member and active in the Austin improv and comedy community.