PLAYBILL: Uncommon Voices, March 4, 2019

En Garde Arts
presents

LubDub Theatre Company’s 
A Play for the Living in a Time of Extinction 

by Miranda Rose Hall
Dramaturgy by Robert Duffley (LubDub Dramaturg-in-Residence)
Performed by Nadine Malouf (LubDub Core Artist)

Special thanks to LubDub Fellows Tonya Ingerson and Sarah Kelly Konig

Artist Bios

LubDub Theatre Company is a NY-based hybrid physical theatre company animating stories of science, magic, and myth. Led by Caitlin Nasema Cassidy, Geoff Kanick, Robert Duffley, and Miranda Rose Hall, LubDub is generating work in response to the Anthropocene and climate crisis through an ongoing two-year residency with the Orchard Project’s NYC Greenhouse. LubDub is also expanding its production The Doubtful Guest (premiered January 2018 at Public Arts, NYC), an intimate evening of music, magic, and spirits. LubDubTheatre.org

Miranda Rose Hall

Miranda Rose Hall (LubDub Playwright-in-Residence) is a playwright from Baltimore, MD. Her play Plot Points in Our Sexual Development premiered at LCT3 in 2018. She has developed her work with Rattlestick, Playwrights Realm, NYTW, Baltimore Center Stage, Woolly Mammoth, the Kennedy Center/NNPN MFA Playwrights Festival and Orlando Shakespeare Theater. Her play The Hour of Great Mercy premiered at Diversionary Theatre in SD in February. She is under commission from Lincoln Center Theater and Yale Repertory Theatre, and is playwright-in-residence of LubDub Theatre Company. She has taught at Georgetown and Wesleyan. Education: BA, Georgetown; MFA, Yale School of Drama. Mirandarosehall.com 

Nadine Malouf

Nadine Malouf (Naomi) received Lincoln Center’s 2019 Emerging Artist Award. She was most recently seen Off-Broadway in Intractable Woman (PlayCo) and queens (LCT3). Recent regional performances include: A Thousand Splendid Suns (The Old Globe – SF Bay Area Theatre Critics Award) and Yaël Farber’s Salomé (STC – seven Helen Hayes Awards). Off-Broadway: Dead are my People (NYTW/Noor), Today is my Birthday and Ultimate Beauty Bible (Page73), School for Scandal (Redbull), The Who & the What (LCT3), and Exile (Cherry Lane). TV/Film: High Maintenance (HBO), The Looming Tour (Hulu), Resolutions, May in the Summer. Training: Syracuse and RADA.

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