Caps Lock Theatre presents:
Mrs. Mayfield’s Fifth-Grade Class of ’93 20-Year Reunion
An immersive party play
Written by Mariah MacCarthy in collaboration with the original cast and Leta Tremblay
Directed by Leta Tremblay
Performances January 15 – February 1, 2015, Thursdays – Sundays at 8pm
Mariah MacCarthy (Doric Wilson Independent Playwright Award, NYtheatre.com’s 2012 “Person of the Year”) reunites with director Leta Tremblay (The Foreplay Play) on their site-specific hit Mrs. Mayfield’s Fifth-Grade Class of ’93 20-Year Reunion, this time set in an East Village apartment. Mrs. Mayfield is a rollicking yet compassionate multi-layered look at what happens when a group of former classmates hovering in their 30s reunite for an evening of partying and reminiscing. Immersively staged and intimately drawn, audience party-goers eat chili and drink beer as calamities, revelations, and battles for affection, power and ownership of memories unfold around them. Awesome 90s music and dance breaks included.
Mrs. Mayfield features Lindsey Austen, Brian Dunlop, Jesse Geguzis, Lauren Hennessy (FringeNYC Outstanding Excellence in Performance Award for Ampersand: A Romeo & Juliet Story), Adam La Faci, Christopher Norwood*, Diana Oh (2013 NYTheatre.com “Person of the Year”), Gwenevere Sisco and Jordan Tierney.
Mrs. Mayfield is written by Mariah MacCarthy in collaboration with the original cast and Leta Tremblay; directed by Leta Tremblay; assistant directed by Trent Anderson, stage managed by Kacey Stamats; produced by Caps Lock Theatre; costumes by Orli Nativ.
Press for Mrs. Mayfield:
“I really can’t recommend this play enough — and at $18 it’s an absolute bargain — as it will likely be a highlight of your theatrical year.”—Theatre Is Easy
“One of the most fun theatre experiences I’ve ever had.”—Exeunt Magazine
“It raised the bar for what theatre can be.”—Show Business Weekly
Mrs. Mayfield, presented by Caps Lock Theatre, plays at an undisclosed location in the East Village, off the N/R train 8th Street stop, 6 train Astor Place stop, L train 1st Avenue stop, and F train 2nd Avenue stop. Audience members will receive the location upon reserving tickets.
To check out the last production we did of Mrs. Mayfield, go here.