Coming Feb/March 2018!
195 East 3rd Street, NY
Dates & Time TBA
The depths of mankind’s last unknown frontiers – outer space and a grieving heart – are explored in this new play about a woman’s solo journey to Mars.
In SPACEMAN, the difficulties of interplanetary space travel are brought to life in exacting detail. Radiation exposure, long term weightlessness, low light, extensive communication delays and poor hygiene are just a few of the challenges astronaut Molly Jennis must face as the first to Mars. But she soon finds nothing compares to the psychological effects of having so much time alone. Time spent mulling over the decisions she has made and what might be waiting for her when she finally reaches her destination.
“We’re all humans and the idea of sending one of our kind on a trip like that would be a wonderful adventure for the entire world. the whole world would get behind it.” – James McLane, Former NASA engineer discussing a one-way, solo trip to Mars
“…a masterpiece of science fiction. It avoids the fippery of space adventure while conveying the heroism of space travel. It imparts that classic sense of wonder, marveling at humanity’s potential and the courage that drives our endeavors. This is a work of compassion, humor, and keen insight.” — Aaron Grunfeld, NY Science Fiction Review
“…a performance of extraordinary range and depth and mettle: this is one of the most astonishingly controlled and nuanced pieces of acting I have seen in a very long time.”— Martin Denton, NYtheatre.com
Nominated for 4 NY Innovative Theatre Awards
(Outstanding Production, Outstanding Full Length Script)
Won Outstanding Solo Performance – Erin Treadway
Won Outstanding Sound Design – Leegrid Stevens
October 2012 – Incubator Arts Project
July 2013 – Kofest at Amherst College
featuring Erin Treadway and Shawn Davis
and the vocal talents of Lynne McCollough, Eric Slater, Andres Munar, Eric Slater, Jeff Auer, Regan Adair, Yoshi Amao, Saori Goda, Regan Glover, Kaison Louie, Mika Louie, Leila Anthony, and Amira Anthony
costume design by Rabiah Troncelitti
scene design by Carolyn Mraz
light design by Driscol Otto
assisted by Simon Cleveland
sound design by Leegrid Stevens
produced by Ryan Pointer, B.J. Evans, and Regan Glover
Read James McLane’s proposal of a one way trip to Mars.
Reddit posted this question: If given a one-way ticket to Mars, would you do it?
If you are interested in bringing Spaceman to your theatre then contact us!