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cast

Caroline Rose Markham: Felicity
Alexander J. Morgan: Zamir
Shelley Brown: Luella
Jeff Gill: Leonard
Jonathan Barron: Reverend Mike
Alisha Jansky*: Hildegarde
Brett Milanowski: Voice/Narrator


production staff

Adam Zahler**: Director
Sam Bondi: Stage Manager
Christine Begin: Assistant Stage Manager
Michael Ricca: Co-Producer
Marc Harpin: Set Designer, Co-Producer
David Reiffel: Sound Designer
Meredith Magoun: Costume Designer
Chris Bocchiaro: Lighting Designer
Kristin Myers: Prop Designer
Emily Bono: Costume Design Assistant

*appears courtesy of Actors' Equity Association
**Stage Directors and Choreographers Society

 

What the press had to say about Titanic's "Why Torture is Wrong, and the People Who Love Them"

"With ongoing debates about drones, prisoner interrogations, immigration reform and gun control, "Why Torture Is Wrong, and the People Who Love Them" proves timelier than ever. Thanks to Zahler and Titanic Theatre, Durang's painfully accurate observations make for delightfully unconventional summer fare."
— Jules Becker, Worcester Telegram & Gazette

"Titanic Theatre Company's raucous production is full of barbs aimed at our national obsession with the 'War on Terror.'"
— Beverly Creasey, Boston Arts Review

"Espionage with terrifying results, terrorist threats, either at the homeland or abroad, are no laughing matter — unless you're seeing Titanic Theatre Company's production of this outrageous two-act farce. The characters bear their own brand of insanity and hysteria, which Director Adam Zahler and his wacky cast explore and expose to the hilt."
— Sheila Barth, The Revere Journal

"The performance presented by Titanic Theatre Company is flawless… This tight cast made the erratic actions of Torture is Wrong believable and its demented characters lovable."
— Kitty Drexel, New England Theatre Geek

"If the title doesn't tip you off, it will only take a few minutes of watching the play to know that you're in for a wild ride in the Titanic Theatre Company's production of Christopher Durang's Why Torture is Wrong, and the People Who Love Them."
— Nancy Grossman, Broadway World

 

 

production photos by Evgenia Eliseeva