The reviews are in for "CasablancaBox" premiere at HERE!!! by Stephanie Regina

Andy Webster from The New York Times

"...Stephanie Regina, who doubles as Irene, a studio messenger, describes the storm clouds of World War II... The most impressive performers here are the most naturalistic: Ms. Regina’s Irene is put upon but resourceful..."

 

Michael Giltz from Huffington Post 

"Stephanie Regina pulls off a complex turn as the Girl Friday Irene and the narrator filling in the plot of both the movie and its production history."

 

Times Square Chronicles

"Standing next to [Michael Curtiz] is the ever-present assistant, Irene, the stressed out girl messenger (a high energy fireball Stephanie Regina), who also plays double duty as the old-fashioned magnificently voiced film narrator."

"CasablancaBox" Premiere: Off-Broadway at HERE Arts in SOHO by Stephanie Regina

Stephanie plays the assistant/girl messenger Irene in Sara and Reid Farrington's CasablancaBox at HERE Arts.

Runs April 5-29 2017       Wed-Sat 8:30pm, Sat & Sun 4pm

CasablancaBox lifts the veil of the eponymous classic film to reimagine the stories behind the legends. Rife with glamour, war, censorship, sexism, racism, addiction and the refugee crisis of 1940s Hollywood, CasablancaBox is madcap and affecting, moving and political, romantic and relevant. With an intricately woven multi-narrative script by Sara Farrington, this new theatrical work is a transformative “making of” tribute to the movie you thought you knew. 

Leisure. Labor, Lust by Sara Farrington in Lenox, MA by Stephanie Regina

Stephanie performed the role of Lucy in Sara Farrington's "Leisure, Labor, Lust" (under the direction of Marina McClure) at Edith Wharton's estate in Lenox, MA.

http://www.edithwharton.org/event/leisure-lust-theatrical-performance-two-acts-friday/

LEISURE, LABOR, LUST

Written by Sara Farrington

Directed by Marina McClure

Leisure, Labor, Lust is a theatrical and psychological journey through the ravages of poverty and the oppressions of affluence in New York City in 1907. This is the story of Grace Hunter, a brilliant woman with an insatiable hunger for romance, and her tortured husband Harry, a closeted man rapidly losing his grip on reality.

The play is inspired by elements from Edith Wharton’s most famous (and lesser known) works, as well as a torrid affair she had as a middle-aged woman with a younger man, Morton Fullerton. The play is also inspired by Mrs. Wharton's husband Teddy Wharton and his struggle with mental illness.

The play exists over the course of three days in 1907 jumping around in time from 1907 to 1887 to 1897 and back again. It is broken into three acts: Leisure, which exists in Grace Hunter’s boudoir, and was most recently performed in the intimate environs of Edith Wharton’s real life boudoir, Lust, which exists in Harry Hunter’s bedroom and performed in Edith Wharton’s bedroom and Labor, still in process, which exists in Wharton's own servant's kitchen.

CasablancaBox FINAL Workshop at HERE Arts Center by Stephanie Regina

Aug 27 + 28
Saturday @ 8:30PM and Sunday @ 4PM

You're invited to attend a special work-in-progress showing of CasablancaBox
Written by Sara Farrington
Directed by Reid Farrington
as a benefit produced by Sara Farrington and Reid Farrington to raise funds toward the work's premiere in April 2017

CasablancaBox is an exploration into the accidental nature of great art through the lens of the classic Casablanca. With an intricately woven multi-narrative script and video score, CasablancaBox is an imagined "making of" and an immersion into the glamour, war, censorship, sexism, racism, addiction and refugee crisis of 1940s Hollywood. 

100% of the proceeds of these two benefit performances on Aug 27 & 28 go entirely toward supporting the premiere and ensuring that all of 16 cast members and designers are paid. 

Entry by donation of $35
 

THE RETURN Premieres at the MET Museum by Stephanie Regina

"The Return" by Reid Farrington premiered at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on July 10, 2015.

You can catch Stephanie in the gallery from 10am-5pm Sundays-Thursdays and 10am-9pm Fridays & Saturdays.

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/07/11/arts/design/a-shattered-adam-statue-comes-to-life-at-the-met.html?_r=0

THE RETURN at the Metropolitan Museum of Art by Stephanie Regina

Stephanie will be a playing the role of Docent at the MET for The Return, created by Reid Farrington.

The Return celebrates the historically arduous and scientifically groundbreaking restoration of Tullio Lombardo’s Adam (ca. 1490–95), one of the greatest sculptures of the High Renaissance, which was recently completed by the Met’s conservators and scientists. This revolutionary interactive work invites visitors to dynamically investigate the decadelong reconstruction. One can probe aspects such as the statue’s fall from its podium ten years ago as well as its poetic parallel to Biblical Adam’s fall from grace. Hidden cameras, speakers, and microphones bring the statue to life, leading visitors through the work’s extraordinary story, and a digital “window” displays the restored Adam. In this unique setting, guests can speak directly to the figure and pose questions about his creation, travels, and return to the gallery.

Presented in conjunction with the exhibition Tullio Lombardo's Adam: A Masterpiece Restored, on view November 11, 2014–July 2015.


http://www.metmuseum.org/events/programs/concerts-and-performances/the-return


CASABLANCABOX at HereArts Center by Stephanie Regina

Stephanie played Ingrid Bergman in Sara & Reid Farrington's newest work:

CASABLANCABOX

Written by Sara Farrington

Directed by Reid Farrington, in collaboration with Marina McClure

First workshop showing at CULTUREMART, March 4th & 5th @ 8:30PM

HERE Arts Center, Main Stage

BUY TICKETS HERE

Featuring: Megan Emery Gaffney, Roger Casey, Cara Francis, Chris Michael Burke, Keith Foster & Stephanie Regina

SPECIAL CHEESE by McFeely Sam Goodman by Stephanie Regina

A new play by McFeely Sam Goodman

Directed by Sarah Hughes


With Laurena Allan, Eliza Bent, Alex Borinsky, Lindsay Hockaday, Eleanor Hutchins, Lucy Kaminsky, Mike Mikos, Ming Peiffer, Stephanie Regina, Sam West, and Sam Breslin Wright

February 12-14, 8pm

Columbia University's Schapiro Theater
605 W. 115th St, between Broadway & Riverside

Tickets are free. Reserve here.

 

Lighting Designer Alejandro Fajardo
Sound Designer Eva von Schweinitz
Costume Designer Julie Fields
Assistant Director/Stage Manager Diane Chen
Technical Assistance Garrett Rollins
Producer Rachel Karpf Reidy
Graphic Amy Claborn

O.REX: The Original Murder Mystery by Stephanie Regina

Stephanie is playing a nightclub act, a la Jane Russell, in this 1940's film noir interpretation of Oedipus Rex.

Nov 5-21 (Wed & Thurs @ 7pm, Fri @ 9pm)

The Alchemical 
AT THEIR BRAND NEW SPACE*
104 W 14th Street

(Near 6th Ave/Avenue of the Americas)

New York, NY 10011

visit: http://www.giaforakisandcompany.com/orex-tickets

 

 



WHERE ARE WE NOW? at The Sargent Theatre by Stephanie Regina

Stephanie played a Patsy Cline-singing Robot in McFeely Sam Goodman's absurdist short, "WHERE ARE WE NOW?"

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SOMETHING BLUE: Short Play Festival featuring ten world premiere plays from Charles L. Mee's MFA Playwriting Class of 2016

The Sargent Theatre

 314 W. 54th St. 4th Fl. NY, NY 10019

Feb 14th, 15th @ 7pm and Feb 16th at 3pm