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Transfers

Theatre
Name: Lucille Lortel Theatre
Address: 121 Christopher Street, New York, NY 10014
Production Details
First performance date: April 5, 2018
Opening date: April 23, 2018
Closing date: May 20, 2018
Links: Official Website
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Production Description
Cristofer and Clarence are two gifted students from the South Bronx. After two years at a local community college being coached by faculty members, the young men are competing for a life-changing scholarship at an elite northeast university. During a campus visit, the young men are unexpectedly confronted with their shared past while trying to break through a system that seems designed to keep them on the outside.
Opening Night Credits

Production Credits
Person/Company Credit
MCC Theater Producer
William Cantler Artistic Director
Robert LuPone Artistic Director
Bernard Telsey Artistic Director
  
Lucy Thurber Playwright
  
Jackson Gay Director
Gineiris Garcia Assistant Director
  
Donyale Werle Set Designer
Jessica Ford Costume Designer
Russell H. Champa Lighting Designer
Broken Chord Sound Designer
Bradley Wehrle Associate Set Designer
Phuong Nguyen Assistant Costume Designer
Ashley Kok Assistant Lighting Designer
Maxwell Silverman Assistant Sound Designer
  
Beth Dembrow General Manager
Megan Ringeling Company Manager
  
Lori Ann Zepp Production Stage Manager
Veronica Lee Stage Manager
  
Steve Rosenberg Production Manager
Scott Palmer Technical Director
Susan Barras Prop Master
  
Ignacia Delgado Dramaturg
Telsey + Company Casting

Cast
Actor Role
Ato Blankson-Wood Clarence Matthews
Leon Addison Brown Geoffrey Dean
Juan Castano Cristofer Rodriguez
Glenn Davis David DeSantos
Samantha Soule Rosie McNulty
Awards
Award Person / Company Function
11 WON 2018 Drama Desk Award, Special Award Juan Castano Actor
2 NOMINATED 2018 Off Broadway Alliance Award, Best New Play MCC Theater Producer
      Lucy Thurber Playwright

1Sam Norkin Award: To Juan Castano, whose varied performances this season in Oedipus El Rey, A Parallelogram, and Transfers not only make a complex statement about American life but also indicate great things to come for this talented performer.