"Audiences are bound to love this show."
- Kristen Morale, BWW
"Cast members tear into their roles with a vengeance."
- William Wolf, Wolf Entertainment Guide
"The excellent production is a welcome revival."
- Edward Karam, OffOffOnline
"Life X 3 was first seen in 2003 at the Circle in the Square. This revival is tauter and funnier. Perhaps this smaller venue refracts the play in a different way, but these four actors are more convincingly real."
- Joel Benjamin, TheaterScene.net
"Life x3 is a thrilling way to spend an evening!"
- Theresa Basile, Manhattan with a Twist
Photos by Hunter Canning / @huntercanning
"Dominic Comperatore, Leah Curney, Claire Curtis-Ward and James Patrick Nelson take this microcosm of a world and extend it to the audience in such a way, that we find ourselves unusually compelled by how these characters' lives can turn out for the better."
- Kristen Morale, Broadway World
"The production is handsome and thought provoking, the actors brilliantly professional."
- Jan Ewing, Hi! Drama
MEET THE ARTISTS
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+ production teams.
Sonia - Claire Curtis-Ward
Henri - James Patrick Nelson*
Ines - Leah Curney*
Hubert - Dominic Comperatore*
With voice over work by
Written by Yasmina Reza
Translated by Christopher Hampton
Directed by Jerry Heymann
Scenic Design by Brian Dudkiewicz †
Costume Design by Genevieve V. Beller †
Lighting Design by Paul Hudson
Sound Design by Jan Bentley †
Prop Design by Abigail Stuckey
Stage Management by Lindsey Hurley †
Assistant Stage Management by Emma Burns
Technical Direction by TJ Craftsman †
Casting by TBD Casting (Stephanie Yankwitt CSA, Margaret Dunn)
Line Produced by Nikki Castle †
Producing Director Michael Aguirre †
Artistic Director Sarah Norris †
† indicates NLTP company member
*indicates member of Actors' Equity Association
The team for Life x 3.
About the Play
Henri and Sonia are putting their son to bed when Hubert and Ines arrive for dinner, a day earlier than expected ... As the evening degenerates, Yasmina Reza's play - elegantly translated by Christopher Hampton - blends cruel observations with high comedy in an hilarious and poignant examination of our most personal intimacies and private longings. We see three versions of the same socially hapless evening in which the characters change subtly each time, providing a dramatically different outcome for each.
November 20 - December 8, 2018
Urban Stages, NYC