by Andrew Frye
Director: Jeremy Landes
Stage Manager: Jenna Ng Lowry
Dramaturge: Taylor Hunsberger
Lazy Eye shows us how a woman's mental & physical health begins to deteriorate when she believes her girlfriend has been unfaithful. Devastatingly personal and highly theatrical, Lazy Eye examines the ways in which intimacy and mistrust are inextricably linked.
February 15 at 4pm and February 17 at 8pm
Andrew Frye (Playwright) is a playwright and screenwriter. His plays Lazy Eye and The Memorial have had readings at NYU and the Williamstown Theatre Festival. He also conceived a five minute theatrical self-portrait, Universe: Andrew & Ruth’s Requiem, under the tutelage of Anna Deavere Smith in 2016. His work deals with the intersectionality of mental health, sexuality, and trauma. He is the recipient of the John Golden Excellence in Playwriting Award and has a BA with Honours in Cinema & Media Studies from York University, Canada and an MFA in Dramatic Writing from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.
Jeremy Landes (Director) is a director, actor, teaching artist, and founding company member of Normal Ave, where he currently serves as Executive Director. Recent directing credits include Completeness, Den of Thieves (Normal Ave), Bigger Animals (Dixon Place), The Tempest, The Drowsy Chaperone, and countless youth theater productions of Seussical (seriously, it follows him). As an actor, credits include productions with TACT, The Workshop Theater, MaineStage Shakespeare, TheaterWorks USA, New Wave Theater Collective, and more. As an educator, Jeremy has taught at New Jersey School of Dramatic Arts, Treasure Trunk Theater Company, Long Lake Camp for the Arts, PPAC, and MaineStage Shakespeare, where he served as their Director of Education. He is profoundly grateful to the team at Normal Ave for being the best collaborators and friends he could wish for. Proud AEA member and even prouder graduate of the BFA Acting Program at Montclair State University. @jeremylandes
Jenna Ng Lowry (Stage Manager) is Normal Ave's resident stage manager. She stage managed Normal Ave's two most recent shows, Completeness and The Dream of the Burning Boy. Other NYC credits include productions at Urban Stages, Parity Productions, and The Fire This Time Festival. She holds a BA in Theatre from Muhlenberg College.
Taylor Hunsberger (Dramaturg) is a writer, dramaturg, and pop culture critic. This is her first dramaturgy project since moving to NYC. Past projects include Listen to Me by Gertrude Stein at Muhlenberg College. Taylor is also a content creator at Lunarbuzz Productions on Youtube where she discusses romantic comedies and the Bachelor franchise.