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Check out Imagining Madoff in The New York Times
'The Week in Arts'

"So engrossing and philosophically lively...exquisite."
- Rollo Romig, The New Yorker

"Imagining Madoff is an outstanding piece of excellent and intriguing play...superb acting talents."
- Marina Kennedy, Broadway World

"Anyone telling me that Kissel’s performance isn’t one of the absolute best on a Manhattan stage right now will have an argument on his or her hands."
- David Finkle, New York Stage Review

"Jeremiah Kissel swaggering in a power suit gleefully gives us the ballsy Madoff we desire ...Gerry Bamman is drolly commanding ...Jenny Allen is entrancing."
- Darryl Reilly,

"Obie-winning Deb Margolin's brainy take on the greatest financial swindler of our times...sharply directed by Jerry Heymann."
- Samuel Leiter, Theater Pizzazz

Bernard Madoff - Jeremiah Kissel*

Solomon Galkin - Gerry Bamman*

A Secretary - Jenny Allen

Written by Deb Margolin

Directed by Jerry Heymann

Produced by Sarah Norris † & Michael Aguirre †

Scenic Design by Dara Wishingrad

Costume Design by Kara Branch 

Lighting Design by Michael O'Connor †

Sound Design by Andy Evan Cohen †

Prop Design by Leila Ben-Abdallah 

Stage Management by Emma Burns

Assistant Stage Management by Linda Elizabeth

Technical Direction by TJ Craftsman 

Casting by TBD Casting (Stephanie Yankwitt CSA, Margaret Dunn)

Press Representation by Karen Greco

† indicates NLTP company member

*indicates member of Actors' Equity Association

Imaginig Madoff photo by Jody Christophe

Full Cast & Creative Team of Imagining Madoff

About the Play

Imagining Madoff finds Ponzi schemer Bernard Madoff in prison, determined to control his own narrative for history as he dictates to a visiting biographer stories about his childhood, his family, women, money and an all-night meeting he had with Holocaust survivor and poet, Solomon Galkin. Considered both “intriguingly exercised” (Washington Post) and “rich with dramatic tension” (Tampa Bay Times), the play explores themes of greed, willful blindness to the truth, and the beauty and danger of absolute faith, either in God or in men.

March 1 - March 23, 2019

59E59 Theaters, Theater C

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