SPOILED at La MaMa
Written and Directed by ELIZABETH HESS
Originally commissioned and developed by Elizabeth Scott Osborne at Stage Left Studio
Secrets of gender-based violence.
From the male point of view.
Revealed by women.
Production Postponed due to Covid-19
SPOILED rips open secrets of gender based violence from the male point of view, revealed by an ensemble of women. The performers weave together a tapestry of stories from around the globe in an attempt to understand what drives such destructive behavior. In taking back the narrative, the ensemble breaks through taboos that silence women's’ voices.
Cherrye J Davis
Cherrye J. Davis is an actor, vocalist, playwright, and teaching artist from the Bronx, New York.
Education: NYU-Tisch UG-Playwrights Horizons. Theater: Recent credits include: The Sporting Life of Icarus Jones (New Ohio) How to Mourn an American, (Rough Draft Fest. 2019), The Loophole (The Public Theater), And She Would Stand Like This (TMTC), And Then I Woke (Downtown Arts), Trojan Women (Oppressed in Heels), Hope Speaks (La Mama), Immortal (The Forge), Bintou (TMTC), Hamlet (Classical Theater of Harlem). TV/Film: Extra Room: The Series, For Flow (2011 HBO Black Film Fest. Finalist), Scribbles (NYC Indie Film Fest).
Education Work: A teaching artist in devised work and spoken word performance, Cherrye has taught in NYC schools and performed with The Oregon Shakespeare Festival and Urban Word NYC . Music: She can also be found performing with blues experiment The Nervous, as well as live hip hop band Deathrow Tull.
Follow her moves at www.CherryeJDavis.com.
Ninoshka De Leon Gill
Selected Credits: NYC: Meshahnye (Theatre for a New City), Dracula (Morris-Jumel Mansion), Cabaret (The Secret Theatre), The Wishing Tree (Signature Theatre). Regional: Sleepy Hollow Meets the Headless Horseman (Pancake Productions), The Music Man (Sharon Playhouse). NYC Labs: The Wave (Ars Nova), Counting Sheep (3LD Art and Technology Center), Amelie (Lyric Theatre). Film/TV: Foreign Nationals (Foreign Entertainment, LLC), Love My Roomie (YháWright Productions). Ithaca College: B.S.
Rebeca Miller has worked regionally in theatre at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis and Florida Studio Theatre, and toured nationally with Theatreworks USA. In New York she has been privileged to work with: Classic Stage Company, On The Rocks Theatre Company, New York Shakespeare Exchange, Shakespeare in the Square, and the NYC Fringe Festival. She has worked with playwrights developing new work at: The Ensemble Studio Theatre, Ars Nova, and New Georges. TV/ New Media Credits Include: The Perfect Murder and Diabolical (Investigation Discovery), The Preppie Murder (AMC Sundance) and The Chanticleer (YouTube). Rebeca also works as a Costumed Interpreter at The Lower East Side Tenement Museum. NYU: BFA. www.RebecaMiller.com.
Written and Directed: Elizabeth Hess
Set Design: Deb O
Assistant Set Design: Jacob Brown
Lighting Design: Justine Burke
Sound Design: Rosalie Neal
Dramaturg: Gina Stevensen
Marketing Intern: Megan Ky-Li Chew
THC Managing Director & Marketing Lead: Victoria McNaughton
Executive Producer: Elizabeth Scott Osborne