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The Island of No Time (A Timeless Tale)
By Kristen Lowman
Directed by Sara Ravid
Benefitting The Retreat

Teatro Latea @ The Clemente
Thursday, 7/19 @ 2:30PM





Seasonal Mother Time and calibrated Father Time have parted ways. Only if they reunite, will Time tick, the planet be spared, and two children, washed ashore, be saved from the soul-sucking witches. It’s a race against Time – who will win?


Mother Time – Isabel Keating
Father Time – Rinde Eckert
Anna – Rosalie Neal
Dylan – Aidan Hart
Second – Patrick Moore
Minute – Dave Quay
Hour – Peter Gonzales
Adamort – Rosie McGuire
Deliadeath – Kate Mueth
Nutty Tree – Michael Doonan
TwoTrees – Peter McRobbie
Crotchey/Queen of Stink – Amanda Jones
Badass Rabbit – Sam Underwood
Natterjack Toad – Bob Jester

Stage Manager – Michael Palmer


Kristen Lowman began her career as a member of John Houseman’s The Acting Company.  She has performed on Broadway, done a National Tour, and worked in theatres across the country: The Barter, Geva Theatre, Cleveland Play House, Pasadena Playhouse, South Coast Repertory Theatre (nine productions), La Jolla Playhouse, The Old Globe, the Lobero. In Los Angeles: The Cast, The Odyssey, LAAT, the Landmark and MET Theatre. EST, NYC – Tennessee, directed by Harris Yulin.  The Guild Hall, East Hampton – The Cripple of InishmannAs a writer, her short story Sadiki was published in last year’s 30th-anniversary issue of Gulf Coast: A Journal of Literature and Fine Arts. Her play Where We Are was one of ten semi-finalists for the New Works Festival at the Gulfshore Playhouse (Naples, FL). Her play Time Will Tell had a concert reading at The Guild Hall Theatre in East Hampton with Cynthia Nixon, Judith Ivey, and Elizabeth Wilson. Her ten-minute play The Nightingale was performed as a staged reading for ‘Bleeding on Broadway’, a fundraiser at Playwrights Horizons with Peter McRobbie, and directed by Nicola Murphy.

Sara Ravid is a New York-based director and producer. She has directed at The Actors Fund Theatre and Dixon Place. Favorite directing credits include Revolt, She Said, Revolt Again by Alice Birch (NYU PHTS) and Retinitis Pigmentosa by Ian Russell Johnson (PHTS). She recently assisted Young Jean Lee in the development of a new play. She is a graduate of NYU Tisch School of the Arts – Playwrights Horizons Theater School.

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