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The Time Thief

by Enzo Gattuccio

Director: Claire Edmonds

Stage Manager: Andrea Lynn Miller

Dramaturge: Steve Silvestri

Assistant Dramaturge: Rachel Aberman

An experimental workshop of a new training module for employees of Threadhaven. Learn the Do’s and Don’t’s of customer service, ladder safety, and workplace relations! Developed and hosted by Director of Alternative Marketing, Teddy Slossberg. WARNING: The Time Thief contains participatory, immersive, and instructional elements.

February 14 at 12pm and February 16 at 4pm

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Enzo Gattuccio (Playwright) is a Seattle-reared and Brooklyn-based playwright & tweetwright (@enzogattuccio). He’s had plays produced by NYU Tisch and The Flea Theater’s BATS company, and often self-produces. Plays he’s written or directed have been seen at Mayday Space, St. Paul’s Theater, Medicine Show Theatre, The Hive NYC, the Thirteenth Street Repertory Theater, and various spaces at NYU. This is Enzo’s second collaboration with Normal Ave—the last being The Dungeon, a one-act that was featured in their 2017 Pen to Paper festival. He couldn’t be more thrilled to work with them again.

Claire Edmonds (Director) is a New York City based stage director. She most recently served as the Resident Director of Trainspotting Live Off Broadway. ( Her work has been seen around the city at The Flea, The Tank, The Hive, 440 Studios, and others. Regionally she has worked for The Utah Shakespeare Festival, Johns Hopkins University, The Cincinnati Fringe and others. She lives in Queens with her parakeet, Trinket. This is her first collaboration with Normal Ave. Many thanks to Enzo, Andrea, the cast and the whole Normal Ave team. (And to Zak, for introducing us.)

Andrea Lynn Miller (Stage Manager) NYC: Twelfth Night (Rude Grooms), The Head & The Load, Yerma (Park Avenue Armory). REGIONAL: Cyrano (Goodspeed Musicals); Half Time, The Outsider, Annie, West Side Story (Paper Mill Playhouse), Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner (Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre); Fidelio (McCarter Theatre).

Steve Silvestri (Dramaturg) is a Cuban-American Dramaturge/Playwright/Comedian, and employee/member of the Dramatists Guild. He's been writing plays since middle school, and decent plays since the middle of college. Dramaturgy is an excellent way to combine his theatrical training with his love for history and paperwork.


Rachel Aberman (Assistant Dramaturg) is an NYC based costume designer and aspiring dramaturg and playwright. Previous NYC credits includes work with Fifth Floor Theatre Company, most recently on Bubble Boy. She is a graduate of Muhlenberg College, where some favorite credits were Salome and The Exception and the Rule. Check out more at


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