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Stereophonic mines the agony and the ecstasy of creation as it zooms in on a music studio in 1976. 


Here, an up-and-coming rock band recording a new album finds itself suddenly on the cusp of superstardom. The ensuing pressures could spark their breakup — or their breakthrough. In Stereophonic, Adjmi invites the audience to immerse themselves—with fly-on-the-wall intimacy—in the powder keg process of a band on the brink of blowing up.

In his Critic’s Pick review, Jesse Green of The New York Times exclaimed, “The play, Adjmi’s best so far, is as rich and lustrous as they come. You could even call it platinum,” while praising Aukin’s “relentlessly compelling production.” Jackson McHenry of New York Magazine enthused, “If you’ve recently tried to sate yourself with imitation-crab rock-history dramatizations, you’ll find that Stereophonic is, refreshingly, the real thing.” And David Cote of The Observer, lauded Stereophonic “an instant classic”.

CAST

Reprising their highly lauded performances, casting includes:

WILL BRILL – Reg

ANDREW R. BUTLER – Charlie

JULIANA CANFIELD – Holly

ELI GELB – Grover

TOM PECINKA – Peter

SARAH PIDGEON – Diana

CHRIS STACK – Simon 

CREATIVES

DAVID ADJMI – Playwright

DANIEL AUKIN – Director 

WILL BUTLER – Music

DAVID ZINN  – Scenic Designer

ENVER CHAKARTASH – Costume Designer

JIYOUN CHANG – Lighting Designer

RYAN RUMERY – Sound Designer

JUSTIN CRAIG – Music Director

ALAINE ALLDAFFER – Casting 

TAYLOR WILLIAMS – Casting 

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