Three Houses

04.30.24–06.09.24 / Tue–Sun

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Show

Three Houses

2023.24 Season

EXTENDED THROUGH JUNE 16

Music, lyrics, book and orchestrations by

Dave Malloy

Directed and Choreographed by

Annie Tippe

About this Event

Susan has fled to Latvia. Sadie hides in New Mexico. Beckett longs for Ireland. All three are alone; all three are haunted by their grandparents; all three hear the Big Bad Wolf scratching at the door. Three Houses is a post-pandemic open mic night parable about magic, madness, and the end of the world.

 

Run time is approximately 100 minutes with no intermission.

 

Or Matias (Music Direction and Supervision), dots (Scenic Design), Haydee Zelideth (Costume Design), Christopher Bowser (Lighting Design), Nick Kourtides (Sound Design), Earon Nealey (Hair and Makeup Design), and James Ortiz (Puppet Design), Elizabeth Emanuel (Production Stage Manager)

 

Featuring: Mona Seyed-Bolorforosh (Conductor/Piano/Organ), Yuko Naito-Gotay (Violin), Blair Hamrick (French Horn), and Maria Bella Jeffers (Cello).

 

Signature Theatre recognizes the importance of providing a safe and informed environment for all our patrons. Three Houses contains sensory experiences and mature content which some individuals may find distressing, including: Strobe lighting, Loud noises, Haze, and smoking of herbal cigarettes.

 

If you require support or have concerns about these topics or sensory experiences, please know that assistance is available. NYC WELL offers 24/7, free, and confidential support and information through phone, text message (SMS), and online chat. You can reach out for help with issues such as: Emotional distress, trauma, anxiety, substance use, and relationship challenges.

Text or Call: 988 for assistance. Your well-being is important to us.

 

Date

04.30.24–06.09.24 / Tue–Sun

Location

The Romulus Linney Courtyard Theatre

Residency

Premiere Residency

Event Overview

Digital Program

“Malloy’s music remains as hypnotic and embracing as ever.” Jesse Green, The New York Times

“Perhaps the most societally noteworthy new musical to come out of the post-COVID era.” David Gordon, TheaterMania

“Run, don’t walk to dive into a new Dave Malloy musical, THREE HOUSES.” Caroline Cao, New York Theatre Guide

“Malloy never ceases to be imaginative.” David Finkle, New York Stage Review 

“Lively score and a gifted cast.” Jonathan Mandall, New York Theater

About the
Playwright

Dave Malloy is a composer/writer/performer/orchestrator. He has written music for eighteen musicals, including The Witches, an adaptation of Roald Dahl’s novel at the National Theater in London; Moby-Dick, a four-part musical reckoning with Herman Melville’s epic; Octet, a chamber choir musical about internet addiction; Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812, an electropop opera based on a slice of Leo Tolstoy’s War & Peace (12 Tony nominations, including Best Musical, Score, Book, and Orchestrations); Ghost Quartet, a song cycle about love, death, and whiskey; Preludes, a musical fantasia set in the hypnotized mind of Sergei Rachmaninoff; Three Pianos, a drunken romp through Schubert’s “Winterreise”; and Beowulf—A Thousand Years of Baggage, an anti-academia rock opera. He has won three Obie Awards, a Smithsonian Ingenuity Award, a Drama Desk Award, a Lortel Award, a Theater World Award, the Richard Rodgers Award, an ASCAP New Horizons Award, and a Jonathan Larson Grant; has been a MacDowell fellow and Composer-in-Residence at Ars Nova; and is a Premiere Residency Writer at the Signature Theatre. Upcoming: Black Swan. He lives in New York. davemalloy.com Photo by Rebecca Greenfield

The Cast

Margo Seibert (Octet, In Transit)

Margo Seibert (Octet, In Transit)

Susan/Shelob

Mia Pak (Suffs, In The Green)

Mia Pak (Suffs, In The Green)

Sadie/Pookie

J.D Mollison (Octet, Shameless)

J.D Mollison (Octet, Shameless)

Beckett/Zippy

Ching Valdes-Aran ( Shakespeare on Broadway, Dogeaters)

Ching Valdes-Aran ( Shakespeare on Broadway, Dogeaters)

Grandmother

Henry Stram (The Illusion, The Crucible)

Henry Stram (The Illusion, The Crucible)

Grandfather

Scott Stangland (Shucked, Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812)

Scott Stangland (Shucked, Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812)

Wolf

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