"The Minutes" - by Tracy Letts - Umbrella Arts Center (Concord, MA.)

Umbrella Arts Center

Presents Tracy Letts' 

"THE MINUTES"  

Written by Tracy Letts

Directed by Scott Edmiston 

Cast Includes: Ryan MacPherson as "Mr. Peel," Steven Barkhimer* as "Mayor Superba," Eliza Fichter as "Ms. Johnson," Damon Singletary* as "Mr. Blake," Dan Kelly as "Mr. Breeding," Scot Colford as "Mr. Hanratty," Jason Myatt as "Mr. Assalone," June Kfoury as "Ms. Innes," Julie Perkins as "Ms. Matz," Richard Snee* as "Mr. Oldfield," Jeremiah Kissel* as "Mr. Carp"

Additional Creative Team:

Producer - Brian Boruta;  Stage Manager - Michael T. Lacey*; Lighting Designer - SeifAllah Salotto-Cristobal; Audio Designer - James Cannon; Scenic Designer - Janie Howland; Scenic Design Assistant -Joe Morales IV; Costume Designer - Bethany Mullins; Wardrobe Supervisor - Tree Brock; Props/Set Dressing - Julia Wonkka; EDI - Consultant Kira Troilo; Fight Coordinator - Jesse Hinson 

* Appearing through an Agreement between this theater and Actor's Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States. 

Performances:

March 1, 2024 through March 24, 2024

(Contact Box Office for Exact Times)

Main Stage Theater 144 

The Umbrella Arts Center, 40 Stow Street, Concord, MA 01742

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# 978-371-0820

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ABOUT "THE MINUTES"

An evening in Big Cherry – a small town in anywhere USA – and the city council meeting unfolds in real time, unmasking undercurrents that threaten to undo life as they know it … and driving the question - 

“How far would you go?”

Award-winning playwright Tracy Letts’ ("August: Osage County") new play was called one of the most thrilling on Broadway in recent years. 

Nominated as Best New Play by the Tony Awards and Outer Critics Circle in 2022, and for the Pulitzer Prize in drama, "THE MINUTES" is part biting comedy, part Hitchockian mystery, and at its dark heart an unflinching allegory about small-town politics and real-world power.

“...both a political comedy and a wicked, methodically plotted horror show… It’s devilishly funny until it’s not. It is thrilling and essential theater …”     - Variety

“It’s an important play, a visceral theatrical experience about what has happened to retail American democracy and how this nation decides which stories about itself it wants to believe.”     - NY Daily News 

ABOUT THE UMBRELLA ARTS CENTER

THE UMBRELLA ARTS CENTER enriches lives and builds a vibrant and inclusive community through the arts. THE UMBRELLA ARTS CENTER promotes creativity, learning, personal growth, and cultural exchange through accessible arts education programs, performing and visual arts presentations, and community collaborations. 

THE UMBRELLA ARTS CENTER

The Umbrella Arts Center

40 Stow Street

Concord, MA 01742

# 978-371-0820

www.theumbrellaarts.org