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Spaceman

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Spaceman

Spaceman

By Leegrid Stevens

FEBRUARY 10 – MARCH 5, Main Stage

Spaceman

By Leegrid Stevens

FEBRUARY 10 – MARCH 5, Main Stage

SPACEMAN is a full-sensory, surround-sound expedition into outer space. Spaceman follows Molly Jennis’s solo mission to Mars after her husband’s failed, tragic attempt at the same journey. Aaron Grunfeld’s review of the original production at Loading Dock Theatre remarked that Spaceman “…is a masterpiece of science fiction..it imparts that classic sense of wonder, marveling at humanity’s potential and the courage that drives our endeavors. If it should come to your city, see it.” When Amphibian Stage Co-Artistic Director Jay Duffer reached out to Leegrid about producing Spaceman, Stevens revealed how apt it was that the play would be presented in DFW, specifically at Amphibian Stage.

 

This production will be the first since the world premiere at New York City’s Loading Dock Theatre in 2019. 

 

 

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From the Playwright

Cast & Creatives

Cast
Creatives

Sarah Rutan

Molly Jennis

Molly Jennis

Sarah Rutan

Jeff Ararat

Harry Jennis

Harry Jennis

Jeff Ararat

Meagan Harris

Molly Jennis Understudy

Molly Jennis Understudy

Meagan Harris

Jay Duffer

Director

Jay Duffer directed The Bible: The Complete Word of God (abridged) for Amphibian both in 2014 and 2017, and Babbette’s Feast in 2019. He will direct Marie Antoinette in our 2022 season. Past Amphibian acting credits include Wittenberg, The Nosemaker’s Apprentice, The Mystery of Irma Vep and the workshop production of David Davalos’ Daedalus (Retitled A Lost Leonardo). He has professional acting and directing credits spanning several decades and has performed in theatres from Off-Broadway, to regional theatres, to productions overseas. Jay has been involved in new works and script development with Threads Theatre Company (serving as a Founding Member and the Executive Director of New Works), Pulse Ensemble Theatre, Manhattan Theatre Source, Kaleidoscope Theatre Company, Fort Wayne Civic Theatre and Brooklyn based The Artful Conspirators. His play, Asleep in the Arms of God, received its world premiere in November 2017 at the Box Theatre in Riverside, CA produced by New Threads Productions (CA). His play, Big Girl, Little World premiered at the New York International Fringe Festival. His latest play, naked, was included in Amphibian’s inaugural SPARKFEST in the summer of 2021. Prior to joining Amphibian as Managing Director, Jay was Associate Professor of Theatre and Department Chair at Huntington University in Indiana. At HU, he directed a wide variety of approximately 50 plays and musicals while heading the theatre program. Jay currently teaches Directing for the Department of Theatre and Dance at the University of Texas Arlington. He is a member of Actors Equity Association and is an Associate Member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society.

Director

Jay Duffer

Jay Duffer directed The Bible: The Complete Word of God (abridged) for Amphibian both in 2014 and 2017, and Babbette’s Feast in 2019. He will direct Marie Antoinette in our 2022 season. Past Amphibian acting credits include Wittenberg, The Nosemaker’s Apprentice, The Mystery of Irma Vep and the workshop production of David Davalos’ Daedalus (Retitled A Lost Leonardo). He has professional acting and directing credits spanning several decades and has performed in theatres from Off-Broadway, to regional theatres, to productions overseas. Jay has been involved in new works and script development with Threads Theatre Company (serving as a Founding Member and the Executive Director of New Works), Pulse Ensemble Theatre, Manhattan Theatre Source, Kaleidoscope Theatre Company, Fort Wayne Civic Theatre and Brooklyn based The Artful Conspirators. His play, Asleep in the Arms of God, received its world premiere in November 2017 at the Box Theatre in Riverside, CA produced by New Threads Productions (CA). His play, Big Girl, Little World premiered at the New York International Fringe Festival. His latest play, naked, was included in Amphibian’s inaugural SPARKFEST in the summer of 2021. Prior to joining Amphibian as Managing Director, Jay was Associate Professor of Theatre and Department Chair at Huntington University in Indiana. At HU, he directed a wide variety of approximately 50 plays and musicals while heading the theatre program. Jay currently teaches Directing for the Department of Theatre and Dance at the University of Texas Arlington. He is a member of Actors Equity Association and is an Associate Member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society.

Evan Michael Woods

Assistant Director

Evan is a Fort Worth-based actor, photographer, and designer. His work has been seen at the Dallas Theater Center, Second Thought Theatre, Undermain Theatre, Stage West Theatre, Trinity Shakespeare Festival, Amphibian Stage, and more. Evan holds a BFA in Acting from Texas Christian University. Evan is represented by the Kim Dawson Agency.

Assistant Director

Evan Michael Woods

Evan is a Fort Worth-based actor, photographer, and designer. His work has been seen at the Dallas Theater Center, Second Thought Theatre, Undermain Theatre, Stage West Theatre, Trinity Shakespeare Festival, Amphibian Stage, and more. Evan holds a BFA in Acting from Texas Christian University. Evan is represented by the Kim Dawson Agency.

Kaitlin Hatton

Stage Manager

Kaitlin Hatton is excited to be working with Amphibian Stage again! Recent stage management includes Handle with Care,  Between Riverside and Crazy, Witch, On The Exhale (Stage West), The Hollow, Egress, SparkFest, Hans & Sophie, She-Wolf, Gutenberg! The Musical!, Babette’s Feast, Lonely Planet, and Artist Descending A Staircase (Amphibian Stage ). Recent props designs include Marie Antoinette (Amphibian Stage), Fences, Young Frankenstein, An Empty Plate in the Cafe du Grand Boeuf, The Glass Menagerie, The Last Wide Open, and One Man, Two Guvnors (Circle Theatre).  Kaitlin holds a BFA in Theatre -Design and Technology from Texas Wesleyan University and teaches Stage Management there. Kaitlin is a member of the United States Institute of Theatre Technology and Actors’ Equity Association, and received the 2019 Live Theatre League Bill Garber Young Artist Award.

Stage Manager

Kaitlin Hatton

Kaitlin Hatton is excited to be working with Amphibian Stage again! Recent stage management includes Handle with Care,  Between Riverside and Crazy, Witch, On The Exhale (Stage West), The Hollow, Egress, SparkFest, Hans & Sophie, She-Wolf, Gutenberg! The Musical!, Babette’s Feast, Lonely Planet, and Artist Descending A Staircase (Amphibian Stage ). Recent props designs include Marie Antoinette (Amphibian Stage), Fences, Young Frankenstein, An Empty Plate in the Cafe du Grand Boeuf, The Glass Menagerie, The Last Wide Open, and One Man, Two Guvnors (Circle Theatre).  Kaitlin holds a BFA in Theatre -Design and Technology from Texas Wesleyan University and teaches Stage Management there. Kaitlin is a member of the United States Institute of Theatre Technology and Actors’ Equity Association, and received the 2019 Live Theatre League Bill Garber Young Artist Award.

2023

FEBRUARY 10 – MARCH 5, Main Stage

Spaceman

By Leegrid Stevens

Molly’s Mission: Reach Mars. Molly’s Obstacle: Losing herself on the way.

MARCH 9 – 11, Stand-Up Comic Residency

Baron Vaughn

Stand-Up Comic Residency 2023

Grace & Frankie star Baron Vaughn returns to Amphibian Stage in 2023 for the third time since creating the residency series back in 2017.

MARCH 16 – 18, Stand-Up Comic Residency

Nore Davis

Stand-Up Comic Residency 2023

You’ve seen Davis’ comedy on Comedy Central, Prime Video, The Tonight Show, Conan, and acting in hit shows Boardwalk Empire, Succession, and Dickinson. This is Nore’s first time performing at Amphibian Stage!

Tickets & Dates

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Showtimes

Thursday-Saturday: 8PM

Sunday: 2PM

Duration
2 Hours
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