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BRING INNOVATIVE CLASSICS TO YOU

 

 

There are several ways we can bring our work to you:

 

          *Bring one of our world premiere creations into your traditional space;

 

          *Take your non-traditional space and fill it with one of our site-sensitive productions; or,

 

          *Welcome us to your university to stage one of our epic classics with your students.

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EgoPo’s hit show has sold out in five cities. Its most recent incarnation played the Philadelphia Fringe before traveling to the Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival. Audiences lay down with blankets and pillows for a Beckett slumber party. An immersive sensory experience, they are blindfolded on their backs in the dark, the haunting text whispered in their ears. The show concludes with cookies and milk.

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Alone, an audience member arrives at a street corner and is guided to a single chair facing a window shrouded by venetian blinds. The audience member sits and dons headphones. The blinds rise, revealing a woman inside, alone, swaying in her rocker. Her thoughts, in the form of Beckett's text, enter directly into their ears, allowing their mind and hers to merge. Audience members witness this haunting and hypnotic seven-minute journey of birth, death, and isolation just like the woman inside - alone.

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A Philadelphia Fringe and Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival hit that Kathleen Turner celebrated: "I knew Tennessee. He would have loved this." This rarely seen chamber play follows Candy Delaney, a "New Orleans queen," as she approaches her dreaded 35th birthday. While Candy is looking for romance, her newest pickup is looking for his next drink. This immersive set invited audience's into Candy's magical lair for a glass of champagne and a glimpse of Tennessee Williams' stunning portrait of unrequited love.

Traveling to a town near you, there is an unnamed, unmarked, underground saloon where, between the dime shows and the strong drinks, the legend of Jesse James will be stripped down for your enjoyment. Jesse James was originally staged in an installation set that brought audiences into a dime museum saloon. 

In EgoPo's production of Miller's legendary classic, audiences ventured to a diverse working-class neighborhood in 1940's Brooklyn, into the home of the Loman family, to attend Willy's Shiva. Artistic Director, Lane Savadove paid tribute to Miller's working class background and Jewish roots in this tragic tale of a fractured family and a man whose American dream does not match his American reality.

One of Tennessee Williams' very first play, this rarely produced "prayer for the wild of heart who are kept in cages" was written while he was working in his father's shoe factory in St. Louis. A young office clerk's dreams of freedom and a higher purpose in life, and his discovery of a magical escape - a secret stairs to the roof of his office - opens a door leading from the ordinary to the extraordinary. Lane Savadove and Dane Eissler directed this ode to youth through the lens of a carnivalesque toy theater in partnership with Rowan University.

This Symbolist production set around a real pool of water won EgoPo multiple 2017 Barrymore Awards, including "Outstanding Overall Production of a Play" and "Outstanding Scenic Design." Mystical, beautiful, and heartbreaking, this iconic classic  is a moving portrait of the human yearning for connection. Arrive lakeside, drink in hand, a guest of our young writer/director, Konstantin Gavrilovich Treplev, as he attempts to invent a new form of theater for our private audience. 

One of Tennessee Williams' very first play, this rarely produced "prayer for the wild of heart who are kept in cages" was written while he was working in his father's shoe factory in St. Louis. A young office clerk's dreams of freedom and a higher purpose in life, and his discovery of a magical escape - a secret stairs to the roof of his office - opens a door leading from the ordinary to the extraordinary. Lane Savadove and Dane Eissler directed this ode to youth through the lens of a carnivalesque toy theater in partnership with Rowan University.

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O'Neill's expressionist masterpiece submerges audiences into the underbelly of a luxury ship, into the world of a coal stoker, Yank. His sense of identity is completely shattered when a chance-encounter with a rich heiress allows him to see himself through her eyes. The proud laborer comes to the stark realization that he is an outsider, that class barriers have stolen his sense of humanity and belonging - and seeks to find his place in the world. This production was presented at the Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival.

Part Mountail tale and part Norwegian folklore, this is Ibsen as you have never seen him before. Boldly adapted by Obie Award-winning playwright and Philadelphia native, Romulus Linney, Ibsen's masterpiece, Peer Gynt, is reimagined in rural Appalachia for a boisterous evening of Southern folklore. Staged by artistic director Lane Savadove, this production featured a folk music concert every night before the show, complete with beer cheese and home-crafted beer.