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by David Auburn

directed by Gail Ready

Performances September 6-9, 13-16, 2018


Synopsis: Proof is a present day drama of a young woman who is dealing with the death of her father who was a brilliant mathematician. Her father suffered from mental illness and the young lady is concerned that she may be following in his footsteps.


Cast 


Ken Armitage as Robert


Angel Ribolla as Catherine


Trevor Parrish as Hal


Jamie Jones as Claire


About the author:


David Auburn's plays include PROOF (Pulitzer Prize, Tony Award, New York Drama Critics Circle Award), AN UPSET and AMATEURS (EST Marathons), and SKYSCRAPER. Films include “The Girl in the Park” (writer/director) and “The Lake House.” Recent directing credits include A DELICATE BALANCE for BTF. His short plays have been collected in the volume FIFTH PLANET AND OTHER PLAYS (DPS). His work has been published in Harper's, New England Review, and Guilt and Pleasure; and he was a contributing editor to the Oxford American Writers Thesaurus. A former Guggenheim Fellow, he lives in New York City.


Reviews


When we think of the great American playwrights, we think of Arthur Miller and Eugene O'Neill and Lillian Hellman, in earlier generations; Wendy Wasserstein and Tony Kushner, Jon Robin Baitz and Donald Margulies today: They are always writing about big ideas and wrapping them in family squabbles that get us where we live. Welcome David Auburn to the club." —NY Magazine. 


"…combines elements of mystery and surprise with old-fashioned storytelling to provide a compelling evening of theatre…[PROOF is a] smart and compassionate play of ideas." NY Daily News. 


"PROOF surprises us with its aliveness…Mr. Auburn takes pleasure in knowledge…At the same time, he is unshowily fresh and humane, and he has written a lovely play." —NY Observer. 


"[A] wonderfully funny…ambitiously constructed work…" —Variety.