OCTOBER 26–NOVEMBER 1, 2019 YALE SCHOOL OF DRAMA James Bundy, Dean Victoria Nolan, Deputy Dean Chantal Rodriguez, Associate Dean Kelvin Dinkins, Jr., Assistant Dean PRESENTS
BY ANNE WASHBURN SCORE BY MICHAEL FRIEDMAN LYRICS BY ANNE WASHBURN ADDITIONAL MUSIC BY LIAM BELLMAN-SHARPE DIRECTED BY KAT YEN
BEL BEN MAMOUN
Projection Installation Designer
Mr. Burns, a post-electric play is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc., a Concord Theatricals Company. Playwrights Horizons, Inc. produced the New York City premiere of the play off-Broadway in 2013. Originally produced in June, 2012, by Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, Washington, D.C., Howard Shalwitz, Artistic Director; Jeffrey Herrmann, Managing Director. Mr. Burns was commissioned by The Civilians, New York, NY, Steven Cosson, Artistic Director. For the language of the remembering of The Simpsons’ episode, “Cape Feare”, the author would like to credit the Civilians actors involved in the initial workshop: Quincy Tyler Bernstine, Maria Dizzia, Gibson Frazier, Matt Maher, Jennifer Morris, Colleen Werthmann, and Sam Breslin Wright.
SUPPORTED BY THE BENJAMIN MORDECAI III PRODUCTION FUND. SEASON SPONSOR: HOUSE OF NAAN
TikTokTikTokTikTok Featuring commentary by
PAUL WALSH Produced by
ERIN SULLIVAN and MIKE VANAARTSEN
OCT 21–NOV 1
Center for Collaborative Arts and Media (CCAM), 149 York Street
in alphabetical order
Colleen/First FBI Agent/Bart
CIARA MONIQUE Sam/Bart/Lisa/Troy
REED NORTHRUP Maria/Lisa/Second FBI Agent/ Edna Krabappel
Stories evolve over time. Take the 4th-century Greek Christian Saint Nicholas who has been transformed over centuries into the jolly, plump Santa Claus most recently embodied by sloppy naked imposters running the streets of New York during SantaCon.
ILIA ISORELÝS PAULINO
What happens when the evolution of storytelling is compressed to warp speed?
This installation presents a deep, dark dive into the usergenerated content of TikTok, where pop culture, reality, and creativity morph like cellular reproduction. Where does this manic replication leave context, meaning, or identity? Yale School of Drama presents an installation in conversation with Mr. Burns, a post-electric play. The CCAM gallery space is open to the Yale community 10AM to 6PM, Mon–Fri.
Yale School of Drama is proud to join the celebration of the 50th anniversary of women in Yale College and the 50th anniversary of the first women students at Yale University.
JOHN EVANS REESE Gibson/Loving Husband/Sideshow Bob/ Nelson/Itchy
DARIO LADANI SANCHEZ Jenny/Marge/Homer/Willy Qunicy/Scratchy/Flanders
JESSY YATES Musicians:
LIAM BELLMAN-SHARPE BEL BEN MAMOUN
What once was America, in the very near future Then 7 years after that Then 75 years after that
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Archiving Springfield Playwright Anne Washburn could not have picked a better archive to draw on for Mr. Burns than Fox’s long-running, prime time cartoon, The Simpsons. In a play that wrestles with the power and potential of storytelling both to preserve the memory of trauma and shape a new society, the evergreen world of Matt Groening’s Springfield, and its iconoclastic nuclear family, provides fertile soil for growing a culture postapocalypse. Introduced to audiences in 1987 in short segments on The Tracey Ullman Show, the hellraising energy of Bart, the brainy/benevolent earnestness of Lisa, the steadfast hospitality of Marge, and the blunt-force bonehead antics of Homer have combined to lampoon the everchanging cultural and political landscape, giving audiences across generations a gut-busting good time.
The Simpsons and its rich world of characters, including the miserly millionaire owner of the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant, Mr. Burns (YC 1914), have also found their way onto everything from designer T-shirts to meme-fueled subreddits. While these examples illustrate the wide-ranging possibilities of a pop-culture archive, both the franchise’s longevity and recent acquisition by Disney raise a question that the production team have been grappling with throughout our process: Is it possible for art to transcend the forces of commercialism? Over the course of Mr. Burns’s three acts, we see the performance of a cartoon grow from an act of comradery, to a fledging commercial enterprise, to a post-electric Passion Play. In each instance, Mr. Burns illuminates the powerful potential of remixing and re-framing art to spark meaning in a world desperately crying out for it.
—PATRICK DENNEY, PRODUCTION DRAMATURG
Above: A still from The Simpsons Movie (2007) directed by David Silverman for 20th Century Fox. Courtesy of Ysanne Slide, Moviestore Collection Ltd./Alamy.
Cast Anthony Holiday (Matt/Homer/
Marge/Apu) is a second-year acting student at Yale School of Drama, where his credits include LOCUSTS. He was recently seen in Lenny’s Fast Food Kids Gang at Yale Cabaret. He studied at the Atlantic Acting School, where he performed in The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, The Cleaners, and The Island. He was also part of Brookdale Summer Ensemble’s Shakespeare Series, where he performed in Measure for Measure, Love’s Labour’s Lost, and The Winter’s Tale.
Ciara Monique (Colleen/First FBI
Agent/Bart) is a third-year M.F.A. candidate at Yale School of Drama, whose credits include Trouble in Mind, blues for miss lucille, and Marty and the Hands That Could. Other credits include Enter Your Sleep, Phosphene, The Purple Flower (Yale Cabaret); The Wedding Gift, Pen/Man/Ship (Contemporary American Theatre Festival); Wait Until Dark (Firehouse Theatre); The Color Purple, Pride and Prejudice, The Colored Museum, Arabian Nights, The Rocky Horror Show, Hairspray, and Vanya, Sonia, Masha, and Spike (Virginia Commonwealth University). She holds a B.F.A. in theater performance from Virginia Commonwealth University and has studied with the Contemporary American Theatre Festival and Mississippi School of the Arts.
Reed Northrup (Sam/Bart/
Lisa/Troy) is a second-year M.F.A. candidate whose credits include YELL: a “documentary” of my time here and The Tempest. Their other credits include The Swallow and the Tomcat (Yale Summer Cabaret); Lenny’s
Fast Food Kids Gang (Yale Cabaret); LOCKED UP BITCHES, Serials (The Flea Theater); and Chamber Music, rewritten in collaboration with Arthur Kopit. His solo show, Swaggy: An American Love Story, developed at The Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, was featured at SOLOCOM and Trans Fest. Their new play Auntie Vanya debuted in ANT Fest at Ars Nova. He has been seen on screen in High Maintenance on HBO. Instagram: @lil___daddy
Ilia Isorelýs Paulino (Maria/Lisa/
Second FBI Agent/Edna Krabappel) is a third-year M.F.A. candidate at Yale School of Drama, where her credits include Seven Spots On The Sun, The Seagull, The Girl Is Chained, and The Last Days of Judas Iscariot. Other credits include Twelfth Night (Yale Repertory Theatre); Agreste (Drylands) (Yale Cabaret); As You Like It, Evita, The Taming of the Shrew, Julius Caesar, The Little Mermaid, Rapunzel, Pericles, Les Misérables, Twelfth Night, Much Ado About Nothing (Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival); and Thrive (Page 73). She attended DeSales University, where she earned a B.A. in musical theater.
John Evans Reese (Mr. Burns) is
a third-year actor at Yale School of Drama, where he has been seen in Pivot, Trouble in Mind, shakespeare’s u like it, The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, and Shoot Her, Shooter. Other credits include The Conduct of Life (Yale Summer Cabaret); NOVIOS: part one, Non-Player Character (Yale Cabaret); A Taste of Honey (Pearl Theatre Company, directed by Austin Pendleton); Way to Heaven (Repertorio Español, The New York
Cast Times Critics’ Pick); Lord of the Flies (Barrington Stage); An Inspector Calls (Pioneer Theatre Company); This Is Our Youth (Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater); The History Boys (Palm Beach Dramaworks); and Shakespeare’s R&J (Cygnet Theatre). Instagram: @johnevansreese
Dario Ladani Sanchez (Gibson/
Loving Husband/Sideshow Bob/ Itchy/Nelson) is a third-year actor whose credits include Othello, Seven Spots On The Sun, The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, and Henry VI, Part 3. Other work: The Swallow and the Tomcat, Latinos Who Look Like Ricky Martin (Yale Summer Cabaret); Fade, Non-Player Character (Yale Cabaret); Hand to God (SpeakEasy Stage); a wake for david’s fucked-up face (Sam French OOB Festival); Welcome to Arroyo’s (Circuit Theatre). He was a founding member of Trinacria Theatre Company and an ensemble member with Sh!t-Faced Shakespeare.
Madeline Seidman (Jenny/Marge/ Homer/Willy) is a second-year M.F.A. candidate at Yale School of Drama, where she has been seen in Pivot. Other credits include The Christians directed by Taibi Magar, One Man, Two Guvnors, and How the Light Gets In (Chautauqua Theatre Company); Lenny’s Fast Food Kids Gang (Yale Cabaret); and workshops with New York Theatre Workshop, Clubbed Thumb, and Williamstown Theatre Festival. She holds a B.A. in art history from Williams College.
Jessy Yates (Quincy/Scratchy/
Flanders) is a second-year actor whose credits include YELL: a
“documentary” of my time here and Luna Gale. Other credits include On Every Link a Heart Does Dangle (Kennedy Center); I Was Unbecoming Then (Ars Nova ANT Fest); You’re Going to Hell If You Laugh (2017 Prelude Festival); Once Upon a Time in the Berkshires, The Amish Project (Williamstown Theatre Festival); The Penalty (The Public Theater); and Teenage Dick (Florida Studio Theatre). Jessy was in Speechless on ABC, and as the performance artist known as Cerebral Pussy she’s performed at BAM, Dixon Place Mainstage, and Nationwide Children’s Hospital Orthopedic Conference.
Liam Bellman-Sharpe (Additional
Music/Composer/Musician) is a third-year M.F.A. candidate at Yale School of Drama, where his credits include shakespeare’s as u like it and The Tempest. Other credits include The American Unicorn (Long Wharf Theatre); Bakkhai (Yale Summer Cabaret); The Ugly One, Mud, Phosphene, and Camille: A Tearjerker (Yale Cabaret). With dancer Sarah Xiao, he has presented untitled semi-improvised dance/music piece (Yale Cabaret) and from/to nothing (International Festival of Arts & Ideas). Hailing from Melbourne, Liam’s previous credits include Macbeth, Echo, Third Person (Union House Theatre); and Coriolanus (Burning House Theatre). He holds a B.H.Mus from Melbourne Conservatorium.
Patrick Denney (Production
Dramaturg) is a second-year M.F.A. candidate at Yale School of Drama,
where his credits include Completely Out of Fucks. He has served as an associate dramaturg on The Mystery of Irma Vep and The Glass Menagerie, both at the California Shakespeare Theater. Patrick holds a B.A. and M.A. in theater arts from UC Santa Cruz. As a scholar, Patrick has presented multiple times at the annual Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas (LMDA) Conference and will presenting at the upcoming gathering of the American Society for Theatre Research (ASTR).
Riva Fairhall (Lighting Designer)
is a second-year M.F.A. candidate at Yale School of Drama, where she designed The Tempest and assisted on the 2019 Carlotta Festival of New Plays. Her other credits include Bakkhai (Yale Summer Cabaret); Fireflies and School Girls; Or, the African Mean Girls Play (Yale Cabaret); and assistant lighting design on El Huracán (Yale Repertory Theatre). She holds a B.A. in theater studies from Guilford College. rivafairhall.com
Michael Friedman (Score)
Composer/lyricist for Misery, Saved, and The Civilians’ This Beautiful City, Gone Missing, [I Am] Nobody’s Lunch, and Canard Canard Goose? as well as The Brand New Kid, In the Bubble, Hoover Comes Alive!. Co-author: Paris Commune. Friedman was a Barron visiting professor at Princeton University, an artistic associate New York Theatre Workshop, a founding associate artist of The Civilians, and a MacDowell and Hodder Fellow. Obie Award for Sustained Achievement.
Daniela Hart (Sound Designer) is a
second-year M.F.A. candidate at Yale School of Drama, where she assisted on shakespeare’s as u like it. Other sound design credits include Avital (Yale Cabaret); References to Salvador Dalí Make Me Hot (Harvard University at American Repertory Theater); Julius Caesar, Romeo and Juliet (Vermont Shakespeare); Neighborhood 3, Must Wash Hands (Rattlestick Playwrights Theater), and The Parlour (Soho Rep.) among others. She has musicdirected with La MaMa, E.T.C and Brooklyn College and was a Resident Director at The Flea Theater. Daniela also works in film and podcasting with her company, UptownWorks.
Matthew Lewis (Technical Director)
is a third-year M.F.A. candidate at Yale School of Drama, where he was an assistant technical director on Passion, a role which he also performed on Twelfth Night at Yale Repertory Theatre. Before coming to Yale, Matthew worked with the Classical Theatre of Harlem and apprenticed with the Glimmerglass Festival Opera and Maine State Music Theatre. He holds a B.F.A. in theater design and technology from Penn State, where he was the technical director on A Light in the Piazza, Be More Chill, and The Importance of Being Earnest.
Bridget Lindsay (Scenic Designer) is a second-year M.F.A. candidate at Yale School of Drama, where she assisted on Seven Spots On The Sun. Her credits include Cadillac Crew (assistant) at Yale Repertory Theatre; Cymbeline and Romeo and Juliet at Virginia Shakespeare Festival. She holds a B.A. in theater arts from Towson University,
Creative Team where she designed productions including The Bald Soprano, No Exit, Seussical, and Legally Blonde.
Amanda Luke (Stage Manager) is
a second-year M.F.A. candidate at Yale School of Drama, where her credits include Othello as well as assisting on The Seagull and YELL: a “documentary” of my time here. Her other credits include The Bomb-itty of Errors (Redhouse Theatre). She interned with The Old Globe, Houston Ballet, and Syracuse Stage, where her credits include Baskerville, Peter Pan, and The Underpants. She holds a B.F.A. from Syracuse University, where her credits include Crazy For You and A Little Night Music.
Bel Ben Mamoun (Music Director/ Musician) is a third-year music history student in the Department of Music. Her research interests include Andalusian poetry, protest traditions during the French Protectorate, and Moorish influences in Medieval Spain. A frequent performer of both contemporary and historically informed performance, recent credits include No Chairs No Applause, Animal Brain (Ensemble CATHEXIS), l’Orfeo, l’Egisto (Yale Baroque Opera Project), Venus and Adonis, Le convenienze ed inconvenienze teatrali (Opera Theatre of Yale College), and the Silent Lyre (Elm City Consort). Current program manager of Yale in New York and the Horowitz Piano Series, Bel has held past positions as a researcher for the Atlas Azawan Association, and as guest music director of the St. Pierre Cathedral in Rabat.
Stephen Marks (Costume Designer)
is a second-year M.F.A. candidate at Yale School of Drama, where he assisted on Seven Spots On The Sun. His previous credits include Independence and Dancing at Lughnasa (Stella Adler Studio of Acting). While earning a B.A. in theater and dance at James Madison University, Stephen designed several productions including Picnic, The Wild Party, The Yellow Boat, Assassins, and Other Desert Cities. Prior to Yale, Stephen worked for John Kristiansen New York, Inc., the Heritage Theatre Festival, and Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival.
Michael Raine (Choreographer) is a
NYC-based director, choreographer, and teacher. An artistic associate at The Flea Theater, Michael has directed the world premieres of Mac Wellman’s The Fez, Catya McMullen’s LOCKED UP BITCHES, and the Grand-Guignol classic The System. He is also the artistic producer of the Flea’s late-night new play competition, Serials. Michael’s choreography has been seen at Joe’s Pub, Ars Nova, Theater for a New City, 92nd St Y, and the Folksbiene, as well as Yale Rep, five seasons at Weston Playhouse, and the Japanese tour of Rent. Michael teaches ungendered historical social and partner dancing for NYU’s graduate acting department, where he has choreographed over 20 productions.
Erin Sullivan (Projection Installation Designer) is a third-year M.F.A. candidate at Yale School of Drama, where her credits include YELL: a “documentary” of my time here. She also designed Avital and Phosphene at
Yale Cabaret. Her installation, Spine Lines (with Megumi Katayama at Yale Art Gallery), is an official selection for The Prague Quadrennial. Erin is a member of the Motion Picture Editors Guild based in NYC. Most recently, she was the visual effects editor on The Goldfinch (Amazon Studios). She produced and edited the stop-motion feature In Reality, which won the Special Jury Award at the LA Film Festival. ErinMSullivan.com
Anne Washburn (Playwright and
Lyrics) Plays include Mr. Burns, a post-electric play; 10 out of 12; Antlia Pneumatica; A Devil at Noon; Apparition; The Communist Dracula Pageant; I Have Loved Strangers; The Ladies; The Internationalist; The Small, Little Bunny Foo Foo, and transadaptations Orestes and Iphigenia In Aulis by Euripides. Awards include a Whiting Award, a PEN/Laura Pels International Foundation Theater Award, an Alpert Award, the Guggenheim, a NYFA Fellowship, a Time Warner Fellowship, Susan Smith Blackburn finalist, and residencies at MacDowell and Yaddo. She is an associated artist with The Civilians, Clubbed Thumb, New Georges, Chochiqq, and is an alumna of New Dramatists and 13P.
Kat Yen (Director) is a third-year
M.F.A. candidate whose credits include Othello, Shoot Her, Shooter (Yale School of Drama); Fade (Yale Cabaret); The ABC’s Guide to Getting Famous (FringeNYC); Pornography for the People (HEREArts); I Am This For You (Ars Nova); i wrote on ur wall and now i regret it (The Wild Project); am i? am i? am i? (The Flea Theater);
and Everyday Afroplay (JACK and Bushwick Starr). She also directed a previously unproduced draft of References to Salvador Dalí Make Me Hot by José Rivera for Harvard University Visiting Director’s Project at American Repertory Theater. Kat assisted May Adrales on Somebody’s Daughter (Second Stage) and Liz Diamond on Father Comes Home From the Wars, Parts 1, 2 & 3 (Yale Repertory Theatre and American Conservatory Theater). Kat was a Van Lier Directing Fellow and the former Co-Artistic Director of Spookfish Theatre Company. katyen.com
The Benjamin Mordecai III Production Fund, established by
a graduate of the School, honors the memory of the Tony Award-winning producer who served as Associate Dean and Chair of the Theater Management Department at Yale School of Drama from 1993 until his death in 2005. During his tenure as Yale Rep’s Managing Director alongside Dean/Artistic Director Lloyd Richards, 1982–1993, he developed a model of professional producing that changed the course of new play development in the American theatre. His 25 Broadway credits included Tony Kushner’s Angels in America, as well as work by Anna Deavere Smith, Athol Fugard, David Henry Hwang, Terrence McNally, Robert Schenkkan, and perhaps most significantly August Wilson, with whom he collaborated on each of the ten plays in the epic 20th Century Cycle.
Mr. Burns Staff Artistic
Assistant Scenic Designers
Associate Safety Advisor
Jenn Doun Marcelo Martínez García
Assistant Costume Designers Stephanie Bahniuk Kitty Cassetti
Assistant Lighting Designer Jiahao Qiu
Assistant Sound Designer and Engineer Bryn Scharenberg
Makeup Designer David Mitsch
Production Manager BenJones
Associate Production Manager HaoEn Hu
Assistant Technical Directors
Mia Sara Haiman David Mitsch Tiago Rodrigues Dakota Stipp John “Sully” Sullivan Bailey Trierweiler Cameron Waitkun
Hsun Chiang Matthias Neckermann
Daniela Hart Noel Nichols
Assistant Stage Manager
Martin Montaner V.
Yale School of Drama Staff Dean
James Bundy Deputy Dean
Victoria Nolan Associate Dean
Kelvin Dinkins, Jr.
Artistic Artistic Management
Associate Artistic Director and Director of New Play Programs
Production Stage Manager
James Mountcastle Literary Manager
Kay Perdue Meadows
Senior Administrative Assistant for the Directing, Dramaturgy and Dramatic Criticism, Playwriting, and Stage Management Departments
Senior Administrative Assistant to the Technical Deisgn & Production and Theater Safety & Occupational Health Departments
Senior Administrative Assistant for the Design and Sound Design Departments
Neil Mulligan Matt Welander
Master Properties Assistant
Kate Begley Baker
Senior Administrative Assistant for the Acting Department
Production Production Management
Director of Production
Shaminda Amarakoon Production Manager
Production Manager for Student Projects and Special Events/Student Labor Supervisor
Senior Administrative Assistant to the Dean
C. Nikki Mills
Electro Mechanical Laboratory Supervisor
Alan Hendrickson Shop Foreman
Master Shop Carpenters
Matt Gaffney Ryan Gardner Kat McCarthey Sharon Reinhart (on leave) Libby Stone Interim Shop Carpenter
Interim Scenic Artists
Tamar Klausner Klein Amelia Pizzoferrato
David P. Schrader
Properties Stock Manager
Katie Pulling Tiago Rodrigues
Costume Shop Manager
Christine Szczepanski Senior Drapers
Harry Johnson Clarissa Wylie Youngberg Mary Zihal Senior First Hands
Deborah Bloch Patricia Van Horn
Costume Project Coordinator
Ru-Jun Wang Lia Akkerhuis (on leave) Nathan Jasunas
Costume Stock Manager
Donald W. Titus
Senior Head Electricians
Jennifer Carlson Linda-Cristal Young Electrics Interns
Perry Keller Adago Cameron Waitkun
Caitlin M. Dutkiewicz Cameron Frostbaum Jason Gray Company Manager
Development & Alumni Affairs
Senior Administrative Assistant to the Financial Aid Officer and Registrar/ Admissions Administrator
Kevin Delaney Ed Jooss John Marquez
Samanta Yunuen Cubias Ariel Yan Caitlin M. Dutkiewicz
Senior Associate Director of Operations for Development and Alumni Affairs
Head Projection Technician
Susan C. Clark
Associate Director of Development and Alumni Affairs
Senior Administrative Assistant to Development and Marketing & Communications
Jennifer E. Alzona
Caitlin M. Dutkiewicz Casey Grambo Tracey O’Connor
Head Properties Runner
Finance and Human Resources
Janet Cunningham Elizabeth Bolster
Light Board Programmer
Interim FOH Mix Engineer
Administration General Management
Associate Managing Directors
Lucia Bacqué Gwyneth Muller Caitlin Volz
Assistant Managing Director
Senior Administrative Assistant to the Deputy Dean and Assistant Dean
Director of Theater Safety and Occupational Health
Staff Sound Engineer
Financial Aid Officer
Senior Associate Director of Institutional Giving
Theater Safety & Occupational Health
Assistant Company Managers
Joe Krempetz James T. McLoughlin
Financial Aid and Registrar
T. Charles Erickson
Director of Development and Alumni Affairs Deborah S. Berman
Director of Finance and Human Resources
Katherine D. Burgueño
Director, Yale Tessitura Consortium
Janna J. Ellis
Business Office Analyst
Business Office Specialists
Preston Mock Teressa Reese
Senior Administrative Assistant to Business Office, Digital Technology, Operations, and Tessitura
Marketing & Communications and Audience Services
Customer Service and Safety Officers
Director of Facility Operations
Director of Marketing
Director of Communications
Senior Associate Director of Marketing & Communications
Associate Director of Marketing and Communications
Marketing & Communications Assistants
Arts & Graduate Studies Superintendents
Jennifer Draughn Michael Halpern Team Leaders
Andy Mastriano Sherry Stanley Facility Stewards
Michael Humbert Marcia Riley
Director of Audience Services
Christina Davis Tylon Frost Cassandra Hobby Kathy Langston Mark Roy
Assistant Director of Audience Services
Director of Digital Technology
Sarah Cain Matthew Sonnenfeld
Audience Services Assistant
Box Office Assistants
Mikaela Boone Gabrielle Colangelo Morgan Cronin Samantha Else Mona Gandhi Jordan Graf Paige Hann Kenneth Murray a.k. payne Amir Rezvani Irene Vazquez
Digital Communications Associate
Digital Technology Associate
Database Application Consultants
Bo Du Ben Silvert