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june 16 thru july 14, 2018 

the clurman theatre @ Theatrerow


(410 west 42nd street)

"An innocent light-hearted play with a bubbling cauldron of simmering rage just below the surface." Bill Crouch, StageBuddy

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Photos by Hunter Canning / @huntercanning


Rachel Botchan* as Irene

Phil Gillen* as Todd

Warren Kelley* as Eddie

John Long* as Greg

Sam Tsoutsouvas* as Vernon

Matthew ZanFagna as J.J.










*indicates members of Actors' Equity Association

Team Pics & Bios HERE

For more info on the play, visit the website:


Written by Ben Josephson

Directed by Robert Kalfin 

Produced by Michael Aguirre † and Sarah Norris †

Scenic & Prop Design by Caitlynn Barrett

Costume Design by Gail Cooper-Hecht

Lighting Design by Paul Hudson

Sound & Projection Design by Andy Evan Cohen †

Assistant to the Director Chris Darbassie

Stage Management by Lindsey Hurley †

and Craig M. Rosenthal*

Assistant Stage Management by Caitlyn Dominguez

Wardrobe by Joi Lin Tynes

House Management by Juni Li 

Technical Direction by Evan Kutcher | ShopDog Studios

Press & Marketing by Jonathan Slaff

Casting by Irene Stockton CSA

† indicates NLTP company member - click on name for more info

The Cast & Team of The Property

Photos by Hunter Canning / @huntercanning

Learn more about 'The Property'

from director Robert Kalfin, playwright Ben Josephson,

and actors Rachel Botchan & Warren Kelley.

The Property is the story of a woman, two men she has loved and one man she is tempted to love, and the teenage son she stifles with good intentions.

Irene, once carefree and artistic but now a low-level corporate manager alarmed by the erosion of her family's financial security, imposes two measures to shore the family up. She rents out a property -- the garden cottage that has been her current husband's retreat -- to a teacher who infatuates her. Then she inveigles her ex, who is her son's vehemently estranged but influential father, into launching the boy on a lucrative career path. What emerges is the transformation of five people on edge, and constrained by an increasingly ungenerous world, into selves that would horrify the selves they once had been.

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