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October 2014

foreign bodies.
foreign bodies - october 2014

Foreign Bodies is an evening of theater by renowned playwright Charles Borkhuis. The night is comprised of three separate plays and uses a different director for each piece. Through the aid of a unified design team, four actors transition between each of the pieces. Together, the plays work to explore identity and self through the mind and words of Mr. Borkhuis.

Directed by: 
Christopher R. Mirto
David Sernick 
David Rudi Utter

Annie Harper Branson
Jason Martin
Matt Biagini
David Rudi Utter

Produced by: 
Tin Lily Productions
All The Way Around LLC
and The Crest Theatre

October 2013


Inspired by real-life abortion case Stachokus v. Meyers, choose. explores the messy intersection of politics, religion, and personal relationships in a provocative new work by Charlie Biscotto.

a letter to joe.

November 2012

Woyzeck / The Endless Cycle


Woyzeck by Georg Buchner, or as we have dubbed it, The Endless Cycle, is a play that explores how society impacts the psychology of the individual. This new adaptation by director William Lewis and writer Charlie Biscotto further examines how the breakdown of man at the hands of his community is not only a thing of the past, but is a thing of today and quite possibly tomorrow if we as a people don't begin to discuss the themes that this timeless play presents. Please join us this Fall to get the dialogue going. Tin Lily's Woyzeck / The Endless Cycle ran from November 8th through the 18th at The Secret Theatre in Long Island City.

Stills from film projected in the show!


Cast and Crew
William Lewis
Director/Co-Writer/Production Designer
Annie Branson

Tim Cusack

Laura Aristovulos

Jason Merrris Bell 

Charlie Biscotto

Giselle Garcia

Daigoro Hirahata 
Ensemble/Video Producer

Candace Lawrence
Costume Designer

Jared Miller (Captain) 

Anthony Nero (Video Producer)

Jonathan Harper Schlieman 

Yetti Steinman 
Stage Manager

Jillian Stevens

Benjamin Watson


Tour of the Northwest (Seattle to San Francisco)

-Michael Roderick, Broadwayworld.com

EAT is a darkly comic play by Dutch playwright, Matin Van Veldhuizen, which follows the course of one evening when three sisters are coming together on the anniversary of their mother’s death. As the evening progresses, the three begin to reminisce, attack and drink until the unmentionable tension of their familial history and sisterly bonds gets laid bare. EAT is a raw and aggressive play that investigates the obsessive relationships women have with food and family.

November/December 2010 

Tin Lily Productions is excited to announce our Fall Production:

Fefu and her Friends
by Maria Irene Fornes
November 12-December 5, Fri/Sat at 8pm, Sun at 2pm
(No performances on the weekend of Thanksgiving.)
361 Manhattan Avenue, Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Fornes' challenging and delicate contemporary play explores feminism, social expectation and individual empowerment. The second act splits into four scenes in four separate areas literally moving the audience within the events of play. Set in 1935, Fefu and her friends is an intense character study of women on the verge of either self awareness or sacrifice.
Admission: $18 Students, $20.00 in Advance online, $24 at the door
Click below to reserve tickets!:
Director: Jillian Johnson
Stage Manager: Jessica Mason
Costumes: Izzy Fields
Lighting: Allison Carney
New York IT Awards

Production Images:
(Photography by Jason Covert, www.jasoncovert.com)




June 2010

Tin Lily was a featured company in the 
"Tastes of the West Village" Networking Gala
When: Monday, June 7th, 8 PM
Where: The Wings Theatre, 154 Christopher Street
What:  A big networking event!
Visit www.wvmtf.com for festival performance and event information.

March/April 2010

-Michel Roderick, BroadwayWorld.com

Created and Performed by Annie Branson, Ryan Feyk, Katie Middleton, Jared Miller, Karim Muasher, Monica Rounds, Nora Jane Williams, and Hollis Witherspoon.

Directed by Jillian Johnson

Assistant Directed by Carrie Brown

Date/Time: Opened March 26-April 11, 2010

Venue: TheaterLab, theaterlabnyc.com, 137 W. 14th Street (btwn 6th & 7th Ave)

Our production of Authenticating Eileen is registered with the New York Innovative Theatre Awards. We are eligible for several awards [Outstanding Ensemble Cast, Full Length Script, Director, Leading Actress, etc.]. You can vote for us at www.nyitawards.com. Just click "Cast Your Vote".

New York IT Awards

January 2010

November 2009