written by Milo Cramer
directed by Morgan Green

produced by The Bushwick Starr with New Saloon, in association with Clubbed Thumb

Featuring David Greenspan*, Deepali Gupta, Annie Henk*, Elizabeth Kenny*, Ronald Peet*, and Madeline Wise*

With Original Music Composition and Vocal Arrangement by Deepali Gupta

Set Design by Meredith Ries
Costume Design by Sabrina Bianca Guillaume
Lighting Design by Cha See
Sound Design, Instrumental Arrangement and Orchestrations by John Gasper
Video Design by Stivo Arnoczy
Puppet Design by Amanda Villalobos
Prop Design by Cheyanne Williams
Producer: Caroline Gart
Stage Manager: Samantha McCann
Production Manager & Lighting Programmer: Russell Maclin
Technical Director: Drew Francis
Master Electrician: Megan Lang
Assistant Producer: Ryan Gedrich
Assistant Stage Manager: Priscilla Villanueva
Assistant Director: Emily Moler
Puppeteers: Sebastian Pray and Milo Cramer
Assistant Puppet Builder: Ashley Chen

Produced with the support of Immediate Medium

*Appearing courtesy of Actors' Equity Association. Equity Approved Showcase.


RONALD PEET (Gil) is a Bahamian storyteller and musician based in Brooklyn. Film: The Meyerowitz Stories (Netflix), First Reformed (A24), Nevada (2018 Sundance Film Festival Official Selection), The Surf Report Television: "Bull" (CBS), "Blindspot" (NBC), "The Looming Tower" (Hulu), "Girls" (HBO). NY Credits include: I'm Miserable But Change Scares Me; Tropes (New Saloon), Icarus on the LES (Joe’s Pub), The World My Mama Raised (Clubbed Thumb), Spill (EST), Kentucky (EST/P73), Tilly The Trickster (Atlantic Theater Company), Debutante (Ars Nova), Molly Murphy & Neil deGrasse Tyson on Our Last Day On Earth (Ars Nova) Developed New Works with: Roundabout, NYTW, Yale, Lincoln Center, Second Stage, Atlantic Theater, Williamstown, The Public Theater, Vineyard, EST, Playwrights Horizons, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Soho Rep, New Georges, Playwrights Realm, The Lark, La Mama, Ars Nova, P73, Clubbed Thumb, Labyrinth, SPACE on Ryder Farm, Bushwick Starr, Drama League, and more. Regional: The Lion In Winter (Two River Theater); peerless (Barrington Stage Company); The Golem Of Havana (Barrington Stage/Miami New Drama); Over 30 roles in 15 productions with the American Shakespeare Center. Proud member of the Ensemble Studio Theatre. NYU Tisch. ronaldalexanderpeet.com

MADELINE WISE (Jen) Madeline is a founder of New Saloon. Select theatre credits include New Saloon's Minor Character (Public Theater’s Under the Radar Festival; Invisible Dog; Sharon Playhouse); Tania in the Getaway Van (The Flea); the feels (KMS) (American AF Festival/New Ohio); Far Away (Sharon Playhouse); The World My Mama Raised (Clubbed Thumb Summerworks); Choice (Huntington, IRNE nom for Best Supporting Actress);  PlayMoney (LaMaMa ETC); Tall Women in Clogs (Edinburgh Fringe). Film/web includes Whatever this is., Snow Day, The Outs, Peacekeepers. Readings and developmental work with Playwrights Horizons, LCT3, New York Theatre Workshop, Clubbed Thumb, Ars Nova, Playwrights Realm, Drama League, New Group, The Lark, Huntington, and more. Upcoming: The Bridge of San Luis Rey at Two River Theater. She is a member of the Actors Center. Madelinewise.com.

DAVID GREENSPAN (Landlorde) New Saloon: Minor Character; two performance Obies: one for The Boys in the Band, one for Some Men and Faust; his plays The Home Show Pieces, Dead Mother, She Stoops to Comedy (Obie), The Argument (Obie), The Myopia (Obie Sustained Achievement), Go Back to Where You Are and I’m Looking for Helen Twelvetrees;premieres by Terrence McNally, Richard Foreman, William Hoffman, Mac Wellman, Kathleen Tolan, David Grimm, Adam Rapp, Sarah Ruhl and David Adjmi; solo renditions of Eugene O’Neill’s Strange Interlude, Barry Conners’ 1925 comedy The Patsy, Gertrude Stein’s lecture Plays and a program of Stein lectures and a playlet Composition...Masterpieces...Identity; close collaborative relationships with directors Leigh Silverman, Jack Cummings III and David Herskovits; Fox Fellowship.

ANNIE HENK (Waiter) is an old school, born and bred NY-based actor. The hospital in Chelsea where she was born is now a condominium. NYC Theater:  The Rafa Play: Pool Plays; To The Bone: Cherry Lane Theatre; Pinkolandia; Lucy Loves Me INTAR, La Ruta: Working Theater; The Play About my Dad: Collaboration Town; Enfrascada: Clubbed Thumb; Frank Dwyer, Sadly Missed: Ensemble Studio Theatre Regional:  Ritu Comes Home; InterAct Theatre; Pinkolandia Two River Theater; Enfrascada: Renaissance Theaterworks; Taking Flight; The Cook: Stages Repertory Theatre. Film/TV:  Longmire, Red Oaks, High Maintenance, That’s What She Said; White; Entre Nos.

ELIZABETH KENNY (Manager) An actor and playwright, Elizabeth recently relocated to New York from the West Coast after two years touring her award-winning solo show Sick (excerpted at TEDMED 2014). She made her New York City debut as Old Shady in Men on Boats at Playwrights Horizons/Clubbed Thumb. Fault Line Theatre is workshopping Elizabeth’s new play Untitled Superhero in Spring 2018. Other NYC theater: The Messenger (Clubbed Thumb Winterworks), This From Cloudland, The Year of My Mother’s Birth. Seattle theater: Hamlet, These Streets (actor, playwright), The Last Letter, The Compendium of Nastiness, Bash, Big Boss, Trouble in the City of Desire, Ubu, The Hairy Baby.

MILO CRAMER (Playwright/Puppeteer) is a playwright and co-founder of New Saloon Theater Company. Plays include: BUSINESS IDEAS (Mabou Mines Resident Artist Program), APOLOGY CIRCLE (Ars Nova PlayGroup), WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE'S MOM (The Brick, Ars Nova AntFest), BARNES AND NOBLE OPEN MIC (developed at Space on Ryder Farm), and I'M MISERABLE BUT CHANGE SCARES ME (The Brick, developed at Lincoln Center Director's Lab). With New Saloon, Milo co-created MINOR CHARACTER: Six Translations of Uncle Vanya at the Same Time (presented at The Public Theater's Under The Radar Festival, The Sharon Playhouse, and The Invisible Dog). Milo is an alumni of the SoHo Rep Writer/Director Lab and is currently under commission from Playwrights Horizons.

MORGAN GREEN (Director) is a theater director and co-founder of New Saloon (newsaloon.org). Most recently she caused an upset by updating The Music Man, a beloved old-school musical with sweet tunes and tone-deaf politics. This rendition was part of her director-driven season at The Sharon Playhouse, where she also directed Caryl Churchill’s spooky one-act, Far Away, as well as the latest version of New Saloon’s Minor Character, an experimental multi-translation adaptation of Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya previously seen at The Public Theater's Under the Radar Festival and The Invisible Dog. Morgan frequently collaborates with playwrights Sarah DeLappe (The Wolves), Sarah Einspanier (I LOVE SEAN), Milo Cramer (Cute Activist), and choreographer Ani Taj (The Dance Cartel). Morgan was the Associate Director for Amélie, A New Musical on Broadway directed by Pam MacKinnon. She is a New Georges Affiliated Artist, an alumnus of the Lincoln Center Director’s Lab and the Bob Moss Directing Residency at Playwrights Horizons, and the recipient of the 2017 New York Innovative Theatre Award for Outstanding Director. Upcoming: The Wolves by Sarah DeLappe at Marin Theatre Company. MorganClaireGreen.com

DEEPALI GUPTA (Composer) is a composer-lyricist, playwright, and performer based in Brooklyn, NY. Her work ranges from existential choral music to morbid bubblegum pop to strange little musicals. Recent projects include Over(Reverberating), No Way To Say Goodbye, Ski End, and Minor Character. Her work has been presented at Ars Nova, Joe's Pub, New York City Center, The Public Theatre (Under The Radar), The New Ohio Theatre (Ice Factory), JACK, Dixon Place, The Invisible Dog, Vital Joint, 3LD Art & Technology Center, Don't Tell Mama, The Sharon Playhouse, and Harvard University. B.A. Brown University (Weston Award in Writing for Performance), M.F.A. Tisch (Musical Theatre Writing). Member of the BMI Advanced Workshop, The Civilians’ Research and Development Group, and Citizens United. Soundcloud: deepali (k) gupta Instagram: deepaligupta

MEREDITH RIES (Set Design) Selected Scenic Design: Once (Weston Playhouse, dir Michael Berresse), Harbored (River to River festival, dir Jimmy Maize), Temple Bombing (Alliance Theater, dir Jimmy Maize), Peer Gynt and the Norwegian Hapa Band (Ma-Yi Theater Company, dir Jack Tamburri), The Snowy Bing Bongs Across the North Star Combat Zone (Film, Cocoon Central Dance Team, dir Alex Fischer and Rachel Wolther), Heartbreak (Bushwick Starr, dir Ariel Stess), The Wong Kids in the Secret of the Space Chupacabra Go! (Ma-Yi Theater Company, dir Ralph Pena), Hamlet (Yale Repertory Theater, dir James Bundy) Selected Associate Design: Amelie the Musical (Broadway, dir Pam MacKinnon, des David Zinn), The SpongeBob Musical (Broadway, dir Tina Landau, des David Zinn) www.meredithries.com

SABRINA BIANCA GUILLAUME (Costume Design) is A Brooklyn girl to the core! Sabrina Bianca Guillaume was born, raised, and resides in Brooklyn, New York. From an early age she fantasized over costumes and fashion and its ability to tell a story. She works as a freelance costume designer for dance, theatre.  She credits the beginning of her journey to be dressing in her Sunday best  and designing costumes for her dance group as a teen. She received her BA in English and Theatre Arts at CUNY John Jay (2014). Most recently she received her MFA in Theater, with a concentration in design and technical production from CUNY Brooklyn College (2017). Often working on world premieres of productions she lives for making every costume rememberable. www.sabrinabianca.com

CHA SEE (Lighting Design) is from Manila, Philippines and now based in New York City. A lighting designer for theatre, opera, and dance. Theatre credits include: Babette’s Feast and Macbeth at the Connelly Theatre (Columbia Stages); Joe Turner’s Come and Gone and The Blueprint (NYU); Enemy of the People (Wheelhouse); L.A. Pretty Boy (Playwrights Horizons Downtown); Now Everyone Go Around... (NYU ETW); Billy and The Killers and Heartless Bastard (HERE Art Center). Cha just recently finished her MFA in Lighting Design from NYU. She has been awarded by the Shubert Foundation, Lew and Edie Wasserman Scholarship and Tisch School of the Arts Department Fellowship. She is very excited to do her first collaboration with Morgan at the Bushwick Starr.

JOHN GASPER (Sound Design, Instrumental Arrangement, and Orchestrations) is a theatermaker, musician, and sound designer. He has performed and made sounds with St Fortune, Advanced Beginner Group, 7 Daughters of Eve Thtr & Perf. Co., Royal Osiris Karaoke Ensemble, Trusty Sidekick Theater Company, Bentertainment, Designated Movement Company, Major Magics, Czech Neck, Tender Touch, and beloved others. He is currently is pursuit of an MFA in Performance and Interactive Media Arts at Brooklyn College.

STIVO ARNOCZY (Video Design) is a hungarian-american projections designer born in NYC, with roots in Otsego County, NY. TSOA ‘08. He is a member of harunalee and company video designer for The Dance Cartel. Recent work includes: Memory Retrograde (harunalee|Ars Nova/The Public’s Under the Radar Incoming! Series), Primer for a Failed Superpower (The TEAM|Roulette), Wet Clutch (Seaport Music Festival), Streepshow! (Connelly Theater), The Magnetic Fields 50 Song Memoir International Tour (as Video Engineer), Small Mouth Sounds (as Associate|Ars Nova, Signature Theater). http://stivo.video

AMANDA VILLALOBOS (Puppetry Design): is a designer, fabricator and performer. Broadway design: Amélie, A New Musical (Walter Kerr), Off-Broadway design includes: Hand to God (Berkeley Rep), Fondly, Collette Richland (NYTW), Measure for Measure (Public Theater) and Ghost Rings (NYLA).  TV Puppet Design & Performance: Late Night with Seth Meyers. Performance credits include: The Pee-wee Herman Show on Broadway (Stephen Sondheim Theater), Sibyl Kempson’s Let Us Now Praise Susan Sontag (Abrons Art Center) and Basil Twist’s Rite of Spring (Jazz at Lincoln Center). www.avpuppets.com

CHEYANNE WILLIAMS  (Props Design) is excited to be making her debut as a props designer. Past design work includes assistant set designer for {mylingerieplay}. Future projects include assistant set design for jack &, premiering at BAM in November 2018.

CAROLINE GART (Producer) has produced at Clubbed Thumb, New York Stage and Film, Vassar’s Powerhouse Theater, The Martin E. Segal Theatre Center, PS 122’s COIL Festival, Abrons Arts Center, and The Public Theater. Recent projects include New Saloon’s Minor Character (The Public/UTR/Sharon Playhouse), Harry & the Thief (The Habitat), Good Men Wanted (Arena Stage’s Kogod Cradle Series/Dixon Place), Toilet Fire (Abrons Arts Center), Songbird: A Tennessee Fiction (59E59), Andrew Schneider’s YOUARENOWHERE (PS 122’s Coil Festival, 2015 Obie Award Winner).

SAMANTHA MCCANN (Stage Manager) is thrilled to be working on such an exciting, collaborative project. She is a California native turned New Yorker last summer. She’s spent the last few months free-lancing in the city. This spring, Sam completed the Professional Apprentice Program at the Juilliard School, working on several main stage drama shows, the spring opera, and five dance performances over her nine month apprenticeship. She has also worked with various 99 seat and LORT regional theaters in California (South Coast Repertory, Echo Theater, Circle X, Stages).

RUSSELL MACLIN (Production Manager & Lighting Programmer) is a freelance Production Manager and Lighting Designer. Since graduating from Williams College in June 2017, he has worked with Tinc Productions (Scenic Associate Production Manager, Victoria's Secret Fashion Show Fall 2017; Venue Production Manager, NYMF 2017). Previous production management work includes: Associate Production Manager, Williamstown Theatre Festival, 2015; PTP (Workshop) Production Manager, Williamstown Theatre Festival, 2014; and eleven fully produced productions at Williams College, 2014-2016. His most recent design work was an immersive installation scenic, sound, lighting, and props design for his undergraduate thesis, "in memory it almost feels as if I were present as a full witness from the very beginning," 2017.

DREW FRANCIS (Technical Director) Recent Off-Broadway:  The Show Off, Rocket To The Moon  A Loss Of Roses,The Violin, Martin Luther On Trial, Screwtape Diaries, The Mark Riviera Story, Terms of Endearment, Quiet Comfort, A Better Place, Disenchanted, Almost Home, The World Is Round, Our Planet. Production Manager: Queens Symphony, LABrinyth Theatre, Mint Theatre, New Jersey Rep, CAT NYC. Adjunct Professor Pace University; Event Manager NYU.

MEGAN LANG (Master Electrician) Megan Lang has designed lighting at BAM, La Mama, Abrons Arts Center, EST, Under St. Mark's, the Wild Project, Dixon Place, 59E59, JACK, Atlantic Stage 2, among others. Recent designs include A Star Has Burnt My Eye (BAM Next Wave, directed by Paul Lazar), Riot Antigone (La Mama, directed by Seonjae Kim), and Furry/La Furia! (The Bushwick Starr, directed by William Burke). She is the resident lighting designer for the Ubumuntu Arts Festival in Rwanda. Assistant/associate special effects work includes Sting's The Last Ship, Our Lady of Kibeho and An Act of God. BA: Fordham University. meganlangld.com

RYAN GEDRICH (Assistant Producer) is a Jersey born and bred producer, dramaturg and performer. He is currently a second year Producing Fellow at Clubbed Thumb, and has previously worked at the McCarter Theater and the Galway International Arts Festival. Recent work: Alex Borinsky’s Weird Classrooms at University Settlement, SCUM at Dixon Place, IM LOST at TNC. Upcoming: dramaturgy research for a new play by Rinne Groff, directing Turning Inwards at Princeton University. AB, Princeton University, Department of Anthropology and the Program in Theater.

PRISCILLA VILLANUEVA (Assistant Stage Manager) is a Williamsburg based Stage Manager. Her recent Stage Management credits has been with INTAR Theatre, Theatre of the New City, Broadway Bound Theatre Festival & The Kraine Theatre, among others. She is very happy to have been on Cute Activist’s journey. Peace & Love.

EMILY MOLER (Assistant Director) is a Brooklyn-based director. Recent credits include a new adaptation of Arthur Kopit’s Chamber Music, Untitled American Flag Craft Project (The Brick), Good Cry (The Brick), Queen of Sock Pairing (The Tank), and The Troll King (Pipeline Theatre Company). She has developed work with The Tank, Joe’s Pub, Pipeline, SITI, 3LD, The Brick, The Duplex, Dixon Place, Rat Queen Theatre, and UglyRhino. Recent assisting and associate directing credits include Beardo, Boner Killer, and The Orbiting Human Circus (Ellie Heyman), I’ll Never Love Again (Michael Leibenluft), and Dido and Aeneas (Ethan Heard). She has worked with Ars Nova, Heartbeat Opera, The TEAM, Welcome to Night Vale, and Mass Live Arts. Emily is a graduate of Skidmore College where she received her BS in Directing and Art History. Upcoming: LG: A Play by Genevieve Simon this January at The PIT.

SEBASTIAN PRAY (Puppeteer) is a director and theatre-maker based in Brookyn. Directing credits include JFK Was Killed by the Russians (Rat Queen Theatre Collective), GREEDPLAY (After School Special), Gravity of Me Gone (ANT Fest, Ars Nova), The Yellow Wallpaper (Purchase College, SUNY.) Assistant directing credits include Haruki Murakami’s SLEEP (Ripe Time/BAM’s Next Wave Festival), Three Sisters and Machinal (Purchase College, SUNY.) Sebastian was a resident artist in Barton Booth’s Make Room residency on Governor’s Island (Minor Kerouac created and directed by Gabriel Vasquez). BA, Theatre & Performance, Purchase College, SUNY.

THEFIVEELEVEN (House) Thefiveeleven is a photo project centered on Block 1783, lot 93, on Lafayette Avenue in Brooklyn NY. Initially begun as a personal journal, the five-year photo series covers the final days of a 19th century house as it slowly falls apart from age, and then is torn down by developers and replaced with new construction. The project and its research are still ongoing, and can be found on instagram @thefiveeleven or more info can be found at www.meredithries.com/the-five-eleven.

NEW SALOON THEATER CO. handcrafts original performances — from evening-length dramas to two-minute dance videos — with dedication and love. We celebrate the unique and enduring aspects of live performance and the dramatic canon, while simultaneously embracing social media and our smartphones as new platforms for thinking and playing. We find joy in anachronism, sincerity, theatricality, hard work, and color. The company is comprised of Madeline Wise, Milo Cramer, and Morgan Green.

CLUBBED THUMB (Maria Striar, Producing Artistic Director; Sarah McLellan, Managing Director; Michael Bulger, Associate Artistic Director) commissions, develops and produces funny, strange and provocative new plays by living American writers. Clubbed Thumb is a groundbreaker, with a precise curatorial vision and a remarkable track record for launching artists’ careers; and an incubator, nurturing plays, collaborations, and above all artists, through thoughtfully deployed resources, opportunities, mentorship and hospitality. Clubbed Thumb’s plays vary in style and content, but are always 90 minutes or under. They feature substantial and challenging roles for both men and women, are questioning, formally inventive, theatrical, and exhibit a sense of humor. Since its founding in 1996, the company has presented nearly 100 productions, and has been awarded 5 Obies, including the Ross Wetzsteon Award for sustained artistic excellence.

IMMEDIATE MEDIUM is an anti-disciplinary artist collective committed to the creation of works that challenge formal distinctions between performance, dance, film, and visual art. Through a unique cooperative producing model, we offer comprehensive support and professional development to artists making vital, experiential art that provokes creators and audiences alike. Our programs offer artists a home for experimentation and risk-taking within a supportive community dedicated to creating hybrid performance. Through our AGENCY program, we also offer production resources, including commissions, residencies, fiscal sponsorship, marketing/PR, fundraising, equipment, and administrative support.


Jean Andzulis/Playwrights Horizons Theater School, Valerie Ansardi, Bruno Baker, Colin Barham, Isabel Benhamin, Kate Benson, Kristen Bergbom, Laura Bernstein, Jocelyn Bioh, R. S. Buck, Max & Phoebe Cramer, Siena D’Addario, Max Dana, Dhairya Dand, Andrew Diamond, Terah Ehigiator, Sarah Einspanier, Aubrey Elenz, Megan Ermilio, Lisa Fagan, Carol Fishman, Lamont Ford, Gideon Glick, Gus Haegerty, Johnson Henshaw, YJ Huang, Mia Hull, Brooke Ishibashi, Laurel Jones, Young Wuk Jung, Gabriel Kadian, Benjamine Kamine, Andrew Kircher, Kevin Kong, Teresa Langford, Ben Langhorst, John Lee, Marshall Louise, Sarah Lunnie, Carmen M. Herlihy, Emma Mandel, Phoebe Mattana, Kira McCarthy, Annie McNamara, Ian Douglas Moore, Caitlin Morris, Chris Myers, Justin Nestor/Theater Mitu, Michael Norton, Emma Orme, Frankie Placidi, Elliot B. Quick, Hiram Roman, Elliot B. Quick, Jenny Schwartz, Jenny Seastone, Allison Schilling, Sequoia Sellinger, Eric Shethar, Russell Sperberg, Caitlin Sullivan, Alden Taylor, Raviv Ulman, Harriet Weldon, Zoe Winters, and Marina Zero Espinet


Nick Banner, Kathleen Benchley, Susan Bernfield, Alice Bernstein, David E. Bruin, Carol Chapman, David Cramer, Michael Crowley, Dhairya Dand, Max Dana, Sharon Day, Ila Duncan, Gillian Fallon, Susan Funk, Ben Gansky, Sally Gart, Tom and Margie Gart, Emily Green, David Green, Mitchell Green, Adam Greenfield, Lauren Heirigs, Johnson Henshaw, David Herskovits, Helyane Jones, Allison Kadin, Gideon Lester, Molly Meloy, Noah Perlman, Rian Rooney, Margaret Rooney, Spencer Ross, Michael Rothfeld, Michael Schmale, Jeffrey Steinman and Jody Falco, Linda Tasker, Mollie Wise, Robert Walport, Off-Broadway Angels, and the Mental Insight Foundation


This project is supported, in part, public funds from The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.


The Bushwick Starr's Mission

The Bushwick Starr is an Obie Award winning not-for-profit theater that presents an annual season of new performance works. We are an organization defined by both our artists and our community, and since 2007, we have grown into a thriving theatrical venue, a vital neighborhood arts center, and a destination for exciting and engaging performance. We provide a springboard for emerging professional artists to make career-defining leaps, and we are a sanctuary where established artists come to experiment and innovate. We are also a neighborhood playhouse, serving our Bushwick, Brooklyn community's diverse artistic needs and impulses.

Our Team

Noel Allain - Co-Founder / Artistic Director
Sue Kessler - Co-Founder / Creative Director
John Del Gaudio - Producing Director
Lauren Miller - Development Director
Jehan O. Young - General Management Associate
Ann Marie Dorr - Production Manager
Jay Maury - Technical Director
John Budge - Box Office Manager
Kaitlyn Meade - House Manager
William Burke - Artistic Development Associate/Reading Series Curator
Jillian Walker - Reading Series Curator

Our Board

Matthew Cowherd
Gita Deo
Jeff Griffin
Robin Griffiths
Matthew Harrison
David Herskovits
Oliver Kramer
Alia McKee - President
Keanu Reeves
David Ringer
Rachel Viola
Ashley Woolf 

Support the Starr

Join us as a member! Your tax-deductible donation supports our ambitious artists premiering daring performances on our stage, and our Bushwick neighbors in our educational and community programs.

ALL STARR - $1000+ ($84/month) - 2 complimentary tickets to every show; Reserved seats; Coffee with co- founders Noel Allain & Sue Kessler; Invites to Summer Residency showings; Invitations to members-only events and the Starr Gala; Subscription to the Starr e-newsletter; Your name listed in our programs and on the website.

STARR SUSTAINER - $500+ ($42/month) - 2 complimentary tickets to every show; Reserved seats; Invitations to members-only events and the Starr Gala; Subscription to the Starr e-newsletter; Your name listed in our programs and on the website.

STARR SUPPORTER - $250+ ($21/month) - Invitations to members-only events and the Starr Gala; Subscription to the Starr e-newsletter; Your name listed in our programs and on the website.

STARR MEMBER - $100+ ($9/month) - Subscription to the Starr e-newsletter; Your name listed in our programs and on the website.

STARR DONOR - $25+ - Our endless gratitude and your name listed in our programs and on the website.

Our Supporters

Institutional Donors:
A.R.T./New York Creative Space Grant, supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation; The Axe-Houghton Foundation; The Barbara Bell Cumming Foundation; Educational Foundation of America; The Emma A. Sheafer Charitable Trust, The Faro Foundation; The Helen Clay Frick Foundation; Howard Gilman Foundation; The Revada Foundation; The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation; Mental Insight Foundation; New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council; New York City Department of Youth and Community Development; New York State Council on the Arts, with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature; The Shubert Foundation

Corporate Donors:
100 Bogart; ABS Partners Real Estate LLC; Braven Brewing Company; Bruce Cost Ginger Ale; Chef One; Collegiate Asset Associates; Con Edison; CNN; ExxonMobil Chemical; Frank Brunckhorst Co. LLC; Goldman Sachs; Old Navy; Gap Inc; The Breeze; Waste Management; Workman Publishing Co.

Individual Donors:
Anonymous; Jeremy Blocker; Christine & Lance Braunstein; Steve Coats; Matthew Cowherd; Max Dana; Gita Deo; Naomi Gardner; Jeff Griffin; Robin & Alice Griffiths; Matthew Harrison; David Herskovits; Megan Howard & Katie Fitzgerald; Casey & Mary Kemper; Douglas Kennedy; Oliver & Maxandra Kramer; Elizabeth Logan; Betsy Mallow & Jeremy Robbins; Dave Malloy & Eliza Bent; Alia McKee; Estelle Parsons; Paul & Jane Payne; Jason Kemper & Thor Perplies; Rashad Rahman & Tina Ting; David Ringer; John & Suzie Rothman; Mary Salter; Debra Fine & Martin Schneider; Michael Seelbach; Lee Seymour; Andrea Risoli & Jeremy Smith; Jody Falco & Jeffrey Steinman; Adam Sternbergh; Rachel Viola; Ashley & Shawn Woolf

Susan & John Allain; Jessica Almasy & Benjamin Michael Friedstein; Christine & Lance Braunstein; Crystal Campbell; Lauren Glant; Leslye Headland & Rebecca Henderson; Jason Kemper & Thor Perplies; Jamie & Libby King; Dodge Landesman; J.R. Lederer; David Lieberman; Jase Miles-Perez; Carole Miller; Jojo Mu; Tracy Weller & Michael Ranson; Mark Rovner; Lyris Schonholz; Caitlin Simpson; Elizabeth Sorrell; Tony Barkan & Amanda Szeglowski; Samuel French; Andrew Waters & Sam Magill

Anonymous (2); Afruz Amighi; Rachel Chavkin; Ashima Chitre; Denise Dickens; Daniel Emerman; Sara Juli & Chris Ajemian; Sann Knipple; Leslie Koch & Douglas Gray; Richard Kraft; Jill Hunter Matichak; Lee Osman; Lisa Reilly; Carmen Rodriguez; Eliza & Jim Rossman; Aaron Welch

Anonymous (3); Susan Bernfield & Claude Millman; Elizabeth Caruso; Dave & Cindy Collins; MaryBeth DelGaudio & Barry Walsh; Jason Eagan; Jerome Ellis; Rhoda Farber; Missy Flower; Ashley Gillespie; Aaron Glick; Martin Hoffman; Mark McLaughlin; Deana Murtha & David Buccola; Harvey Neville; Sandra Salmans; Tim Sanford; Risa Shoup & Di Glazer; Deborah Stein & Andy Horwitz; Jaynie & Chad Saunders Tiller; Paloma Young

*As of January 10, 2018