A Look at Craig Lucas' I Was Most Alive With You Off-Broadway

Production Photos   A Look at Craig Lucas' I Was Most Alive With You Off-Broadway
 
The Playwrights Horizons production officially opens September 24.
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Russell Harvard, Tad Cooley, and Lisa Emery Joan Marcus

The Playwrights Horizons production of I Was Most Alive With You, the newest work from Tony Award- and Pulitzer Prize-nominated Prelude to a Kiss and Light in the Piazza writer Craig Lucas, opens September 24. Directed by Tyne Rafaeli, the play—which examines Deaf culture, addiction, and the nature of human resilience—is performed simultaneously in English and American Sign Language by two separate casts.

The Off-Broadway cast features Marianna Bassham, Michael Gaston, and Russell Harvard (in a role Lucas wrote for him and who reprises his performance from the play's world premiere in Boston), as well as Tony Award nominee Lois Smith, Tad Cooley, Lisa Emery, and Gameela Wright. The shadow cast is made up of Beth Applebaum, Kalen Feeney, Seth Gore, Harold Foxx, Amelia Hensley, Anthony Natale, and Alexandria Wailes.

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Inspired by the biblical Book of Job, I Was Most Alive With You tells the story of a man whose entire existence is threatened by a series of unexpected tests.

Sabrina Dennison serves as director of Artistic Sign Language.

Flip through photos of the production below:

The creative team for I Was Most Alive With You also includes Arnulfo Maldonado (scenic design), David C. Woolard (costume design), Annie Wiegand (lighting design), Jane Shaw (sound design), Alex Basco Koch (projection design), Daniel Kluger (original music), and Brett Anders (production stage manager).

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