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I and You

July 4, 2019 - July 21, 2019 Walker Farm Back to Shows & Events
I and You

I AND YOU

*Have you already seen I And You? Bring a friend and see it again for free by using promo code: "B1G1" at checkout or box office*
-Offer good through Sunday, July 22nd ONLY

Written by Lauren Gunderson.
Directed by Johanna Gruenhut.
 

Written by America’s most produced playwright over the last two years, Lauren Gunderson, this smart and inspiring story finds Caroline, who has been ill, stuck inside her home for weeks, months, years, an eternity. One afternoon, her classmate Anthony arrives bearing a beat-up copy of Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass and an urgent assignment from their English teacher. As these two let down their guards and share their secrets, a seemingly mundane poetry project unlocks the much deeper mystery that has brought them together.

Curtain Times

Tuesday – Saturday Evenings at 7:30 pm
Wednesday & Saturday Matinees at 2:00 pm
Sunday Matinees at 3:00 pm

Details

Weston Playhouse at Walker Farm, 705 Main Street, Weston, VT 05161
$45-60. Does not include sales tax and fees.

 

The Cast

Jordan Tyson - Caroline

Glenn Stott - Anthony



 

Creative Team

 

Johanna Gruenhut - Director

Stacy Taylor -Stage Manager  

Tim Mackabee - Set Designer

Julian Evans - Sound Designer

Asta Hostetter - Costume Designer

Jesse Belsky - Lighting Designer

 

I and You Cast

I and You Production Photos

Photos by Alex Perry

Reviews

I and You is lots of fun. Until it isn’t. And then it becomes indescribably beautiful."

-Rutland Herald

 

"If the purpose of theatre is to make us think, feel, and connect not only to others but to something greater than ourselves, then I and You gets an A+ on all levels."

-Vermont.com

 

“This is sophisticated fare that will make even the most mature theater-goers stop and reflect on life’s mysteries, and then reflect again and again.”

- Chester Telegraph

 

 Last Saturday’s opening night performance of what at first glance seemed a realistic portrait of teenage angst packed quite a wallop.

- Manchester Journal