Artist Talk with Jay Stull, EllaRose Chary, & Erato A. Kremmyda


Monday, March 9, 2020, 12:00pm to 1:00pm


ArtLab Annex, 1st floor, 485 Broadway, Cambridge

Artist TalkUntitled New Hampshire Project; A Project in Development by Jay Stull, EllaRose Chary, and Erato A. Kremmyda

The Untitled New Hampshire Project is a documentary theater piece inspired by the rise of the Free State Project in New Hampshire, its anarcho-capitalist mission, and the controversies and heartbreak that accompany participation in ideological politics. Jay Stull, EllaRose Chary, and Erato A. Kremmyda will discuss how they identified and embedded in the Free State community, the process of creating the script, lyrics, and music from a body of interviews, and detail where they currently are in the creation of this project, including how they spent their residency. In this investigation, they are asking: How does this fringe movement reflect both the rot and the power of politics in America? And if we've been raised by systems we seek to overturn, is it possible to avoid recapitulating systemic oppression?

About EllaRose Chary, Jay Stull, & Erato A. Kremmyda

EllaRose Chary is a writer and advocate for inclusion in media. Her projects include: COTTON CANDY AND COCAINE (Theater C), TL;DR: Thelma Louise; Dyke ERCRemix (Rhinebeck Writers Retreat, Polyphone Festival, O’Neill NMTC Incubator Residency), THE DOLL MAKER’S GIFT (The Rose Theater, Omaha Entertainment Arts Award and Theatre Arts Guild Outstanding New Work nominee), THE LORIKEET (The Flea Theater Commission), MARRYING ME (BOH Cameronian Arts Award Winner), THE LAKE AND THE MILL (Finalist, Kernodle New Play Award, Great Plains Theatre Conference), The Civilians’ Lobby Project at City Center (Encores! Off-Center) and THE SÉANCE MACHINE (The Tank). EllaRose is a Dramatists Guild Fellow, Ars Nova Uncharted resident, Catwalk Institute resident, Harvard ArtLab Resident, Musical Theater Today Contributing Editor, NYFA Fellowship Playwriting/Screenwriting Finalist, Kleban Prize Finalist, recipient of the Anna Sosenko Grant and a NAMT grant, New Georges Affiliated Artist and a member of ASCAP and the Dramatists Guild. BA: Brown University; MFA: NYU Tisch. 

Jay Stull is a playwright, director, and teacher. His work as both a writer and director has been developed or proJSduced by Ars Nova, Roundabout Theater Company, Clubbed Thumb, The Civilians, City Center Off-Center, Gym at Judson, The Tank, Bloomington Playwrights Project, Fresh Ground Pepper, New Light Theater Project, The Amoralists, and Dixon Place. He is an alumnus of the Lincoln Center Director's Lab, The Civilians R&D Group, and the Clubbed Thumb Early Career Directing Fellowship, and is a founding member of the theater company Third Person. MFA: Columbia. 

Erato A. Kremmyda is a composer working across genres and countries. Recent/current theater work includes: Marie In Tomorrow Land with Maggie-Kate Coleman and EAKSam Pinkleton (Polyphone Festival, AMPT Northwestern, Rhinebeck, Civilians R&D, Space On Ryder Farm, Orchard Project, Ars Nova Writers Retreat, Catwalk),  We Will Not Be Silent (with Coleman, NYMF commission), Riot Antigone (La Mama, Ars Nova), RED WEDNESDAY (Mabou Mines, BRIC Arts Center/Built for Collapse); IO (International Filippi Festival, Greece); YOUNG LEAR (Teatro Duo, Rome) etc. She is a Jonathan Larson Award winner, a Fulbright scholar and an Anna Sosenko Grant recipient. MFA: Tisch (Graduate Musical Theater Writing), MM: Steinhardt NYU (Composition/Film Scoring), Athens University and Athens Conservatoire.

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