CHARLESES

Honorable Mention from

The American Playwrighting Foundation

Relentless Award 2017

Charles's son, Charles, has a son named Charles.

In the present, three generations of fathers and sons struggle

to communicate as their family line grows and ages across a vast ocean

of time. How do individuals continue to exist through the passing of

the years? Do I eat pickles on my sandwich because my great great grandpa did? Charles, Charles, Charles, Charles, Charles Charles Charles.

Charleses

by Carl Holder

Directed by Meghan Finn

with Fernando Gonzalez, Mike Shapiro*, and Richard Toth*

Sets Peiyi Wong

Lights Sarah Johnston

Costumes Andrea Hood

Sound Emily Auciello

Production Manger/Technical Director Tavish Miller

Stage Manager Kate Shelton*

Press Representative Karen Grecco

Photos by Josh Luxenberg and Skye Morse-Hodgeson


The Tank NYC in association with Glass Bandits

Resident Artist Program at The Brick


*Appearing Courtesy of Actor’s Equity Association