by Lilly Camp
Director: Chiara Klein
Stage Manager: Jessica Kemp
Dramaturge: Katie Walker
All Eight tracks nine women through their freshman year of college on a rowing team together, and examines how the sport of crew and a man abusing his power over them influences them, and asks whether the right thing–outing a man with authority taking advantage of a young woman–is still right if it happens for the wrong reasons.
February 14 at 4pm and February 16 at 8pm
Lilly Camp (Playwright) is a queer writer from Los Angeles. Her play, Best Friend/Person/Girlfriend, won the Goldberg Play Prize in 2018, and with a new title, Relationship Status, will be produced in 2019 by Theatre East. Lilly co-writes and produces a fictional comedy podcast Hairy Legs Hannah’s Feminist Quarter Hour, which was a finalist at the Austin Film Festival. She has also been recognized by the Fusion Film Festival, LA Indie Film Festival, and the LA Femme Film Festival. At NYU she received the Tisch Future Screenwriter's Scholarship, and the Outstanding Writing in Play and TV Award. NYU Dramatic Writing 2017,
Chiara Klein (Director) is an artistic producer, director, and theater-maker based in NYC. She was the Founding Artistic Director of MaineStage Shakespeare in Kennebunk, Maine for seven years where she directed productions of A Midsummer Night's Dream, Love's Labour's Lost, The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged), The Taming of the Shrew, Macbeth, Julius Caesar, Twelfth Night, All's Well That Ends Well, and The Winter's Tale. Selected New York and regional directing credits include: The Threepenny Opera, Henry V, The Ugly Duckling, Little Shop of Horrors, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, and Zanna, Don't. She currently works as the Mobile Unit National Project Leader at The Public Theater. BA: Dartmouth MFA/MBA: Yale.
Katie Walker (Dramaturg) has previously worked with the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Pipedream Productions and Creative Endeavor Office. She received her BA in Theatre (Dramaturgy Distinction) from the University of Denver. She is incredibly excited to be doing her first show with Normal Ave.
Jess Kemp (Stage Manager) is a freelance stage manager. Off-Broadway: Playwrights Horizons, Under the Radar Festival, Cleopatra (KGM Theatrical). Regional highlights: Actors Theatre of Louisville, Huntington Theatre Company, American Repertory Theater, Shakespeare & Company. Training: Emerson College, USITT SMMP St. Louis, Actors Theatre of Louisville PTC 2017-2018.