Port Out, Starboard Home
By Sheila Callaghan with foolsFURY
Directed by Ben Yalom
September 7-22, Z Space (in Project Artaud), San Francisco
November 10-25, La Mama, New York
How far would you go to wake up?
Climb aboard the luxury cruise ship Crown of the Seas, and join an eclectic group of seekers as they strive for enlightenment. Amidst the sensual decadence of bars, discos, and gluttonous buffets, they un-tether themselves from the baggage of their everyday lives and become entangled in a strange, disturbing ritual. Sit right back and take a surreal journey the folks at Princess Cruises never imagined in their wildest dreams.
foolsFURY is thrilled to present the world-premiere of their most ambitious project ever: Port Out, Starboard Home, a collaboration with celebrated playwright, Sheila Callaghan. Co-produced by Z Space, co-presented by La Mama, and developed in collaboration with Playwrights Foundation and New Dramatists.
Only 11 San Francisco Performances!
Only 12 New York Performances!
Tickets are available now through Brown Paper Tickets, or by phone at 1-800-838-3006.
ENSEMBLE (In Order of Appearance):
Maya – Amy Prosser*
Johnny O – Brian Livingston
Gary – Calder Shilling
Gayle – Angela Santillo
Mack – Benjamin Stuber
Caroline – Debórah Eliezer
Daria – Jessica Unker
Blake – Josiah Polhemus*
Server – Patrick Young
Choreographer – Erika Chong Shuch
Dramaturg – Scott Horstein
Voice & Movement Coach, Choreographer – Debórah Eliezar
Assistant Director – Allison Combs
Set Designer – Dan Stratton
Sound Designer – Patrick Kaliski
Lighting Designer – Lucas Krech
Costume Designer & Illustrator – Benjamin Stuber
Technical Director – Rob Oakley
Assistant Technical Director – Devin Kasper
Stage Manager – Wes Newfarmer
Production Director – Drew Yerys
Marketing and Graphic Design – Andrew Burmester, Ulla Havenga
Cover Photography – Ricardo Horatio Nelson
Production Intern – Evangeline Reilly, Patrick Young, and Lily Zaldivar
Production Assistant – Jillian Jetton, Lila Mullins
Public Relations – John B. Hill
Production Manager – Gregg Hood