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Performances at EST include David Ives' Lives of the Saints directed by John Rando in the Marathon, the mainstage production of Michael Louis Wells' District of Columbia, the Going to the River production of Spirit Sex: A Paranormal Romance by Desi Moreno-Penson; dozens of Octoberfest performances including A Ride to the Train directed by Lynn Cohen, Sherri Wilner’s Hunger, and the premier staging of Tennessee Williams’ Spring Storm with Peter Sarsgaard. Youngblood performances include Bemused by Mrinalini Kamath, Aquamarine by Ben Rosenthal and more recently Modern Leper by Lucy Thurber, Lemonade, Motherfucker by Patrick Link and Y-E-L-L! by Joshua Conkel. Other notable work includes an anniversary staging of Neil Cuthbert's The Soft Touch with Dominic Chianese and a reading of David Lindsay Abaire’s Crazy Eights opposite Rosie Perez. Other work in New York includes Liz Duffy Adams' Greeks and Centaurs at Women's Project and John Augustine’s Father’s Day at the 59E59 Theater, and plays at Soho Rep., Homegrown, The Lark, New Directions, HERE, New York Performance Works, Juggernaut, Hypothetical, Trilogy and staged readings of a new translations of works by Václav Havel and Egon Tobias at the Public Theater. Also, performances at McCarter Theatre Center, Bailiwick Rep., Crossroads, Stamford Center for the Arts, The Factory and elsewhere.

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