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OL: 16 Winters, or The Bear’s Tale
by Ars Nova Play Group Resident MARY HAMILTON
Friday, May 11, 2018 at 3:00PM

Ars Nova Loft
511 West 54th Street
New York, NY 10019




How do you pass the years it can take a jealous heart to cool? Spinning a beguiling world out of the 16-year gap at the heart of Shakespeare's infamously bewildering Winter's Tale, this radiant, rueful new play traces the exiled queen, Her, and her attendant Pauly as they navigate life in the wilds of a modern Bohemia. Full of flings, jealousy and privilege gone awry, Her must discover what can be salvaged from the wreckage of betrayal. 


MARY ELIZABETH HAMILTON was the 2015-'17 Jerome New York Fellow at The Lark. Her plays include We ThreeThe PlanOne of the Women and The Quiet Ones. She was a 2005-'09 recipient of the Iowa Arts Fellowship and has participated in Youngblood, I-73, New Georges’ The Jam, and Play Penn Theater Conference. Mary holds her MFA in Playwriting from The University of Iowa and was a Lila Acheson Wallace fellow at The Juilliard School from 2014-'16. She is working on a commission from Studio Theater in DC and is a member of Ars Nova's Play Group.

CAITLIN SULLIVAN is a New York based director and theater maker. Her work has been presented by New Georges, the Drama League, On the Boards, Seattle Repertory Theatre, ACT/Hedgebrook Women Playwrights Festival, Rutgers University, Williams College and Cornish College of the Arts. Other recent associations include New York Theatre Workshop, LCT3, Manhattan Theatre Club, ZSpace and Ars Nova. She is the Associate Director of Hundred Days and The Lucky Ones (dir. Anne Kauffman). Before moving to New York, Caitlin co-founded and served as Artistic Director of Seattle's critically acclaimed Satori Group. She spent several summers as the Artistic Director of the Williams College Summer Theatre Lab, where she developed new work with Caroline McGraw, The Bengsons, Mallery Avidon, Dipika Guha and Martyna Majok. Caitlin is a graduate of Williams College, an alum of the Drama League Directors Project and Next Stage Artist Residency, and a New Georges Affiliate Artist. Upcoming: MADONNA col BAMBINO (written by Sarah Einspanier, music by Deepali Gupta) and Another Fucking Dad Play (Jake Jeppson) as part of ANT Fest 2018; Claire Kiechel's The Haunted as part of City Theatre's Momentum Festival.

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