NOTE: This event has new dates. We are moving this amazing show October 1-17! Our new show dates in October are ready to go and ticket sales are ongoing. We thank you for your interest in our show and know you won’t want to miss this powerhouse of performances by Grace Leekley and Rodger Lee!
As the new world order requires outside of the box thinking, EMH Productions has gone back to the roots of the first days of television, where everything came to you live in your living room. This is a livestreaming premiere of the stageplay Actually by Anna Ziegler, performed from The Ooley Theatre, rehearsed and performed to comply with physical distancing. This show lends itself to this type of presentation as it is only two people, and they tell their sides of a very intense story to the audience.
Amber and Tom are freshmen at Princeton University, struggling with the myriad number of clubs and parties and friends and how to just simply exist, much less fit in or even study. They meet and spend a night together that alters the course of their lives. They agree on the drinking, they agree on the attraction, but consent is foggy, and if unspoken can it be called consent? Amber and Tom make you, the audience, the jury they face as they tell their sides of the story, and so much more.
Directed by Elise Hodge and Dan Fagan
Starring Grace Leekley and Rodger Lee
Brought to you by EMH Productions, Garage Studios and The Artist’s Collective
This is for mature audiences only. This play uses strong language and discusses rape in specific details.