Undermain Theatre
In Really, three people’s lives intertwine through the art of photography as they search for the truth of their common history in this tense and telling play about artists, legacy, and the ephemeral nature of time. Really asks "what do we try to leave behind, what do we actually leave behind, and how do we deal with being left?"
''an unnerving study of art as pollution, distraction from a world fast evolving beyond aesthetics."
~ Time Out New York CRITICS' PICK 
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With Laura Jorgensen, Kristen Lee, and Brandon Murphy
Directed by Carson McCain
Undermain Theatre is located in Historic Deep Ellum 
3200 Main Street, Dallas, TX  75226
Artistic Director: Katherine Owens     Executive Producer: Bruce DuBose
PO Box 140193 | Dallas, TX 75214 US



Undermain Theatre presents: Really By Jackie Sibblies Drury

Directed by Carson McCainStarring - Laura Jorgensen, Kristen Lee, and Brandon MurphyFor Immediate ReleaseDALLAS- (March 9, 2017) Undermain Theatre presents a Dallas premiere,

REALLY, by Jackie Sibblies Drury. REALLY will be produced at Undermain’s home in Deep Ellum - 3200 Main Street. Directed by Carson McCain, opening night will be Saturday,April 15th with a curtain time of 7:30 pm.  Preview performances will be on April 12th, 13th, and 14th at 7:30 pm.

ALL PREVIEW PERFORMANCES ARE ONLY $15. There will be two Saturday matinee performances at 2:00 pm on April 22nd and May 6th. The production will run through May 6th.

ABOUT THE PLAY:Undermain returns to the work of award winning playwright Jackie Sibblies Drury, whose provocative and exciting play We Are Proud to Present a Presentation… was staged in its 30th season. In Ms. Drury’s latest play, Really, three people’s lives intertwine,through the art of photography as they search for the truth of their common history in thistense and telling play about artists, legacy, and the ephemeral nature of time. Really asks what do we try to leave behind, what do we actually leave behind, and how do we deal with being left. ''an unnerving study of art as pollution, distraction from a world fast evolving beyond aesthetics.'' ~ Time Out New York CRITICS' PICK"stylishly contemplative...[Ms. Drury] asks provocative questions about thevalue of what is seen in pictures that freeze fleeting moments for posterity...Magic has happened, and it’s as unsettling as it is irrefutable. Does any photograph do justice to the reality it tries to capture?” ~ The New York Times



ABOUT THE AUTHOR:Jackie Sibblies Drury is a Brooklyn based playwright. Her plays include We Are Proud to Present a Presentation About the Herero of Namibia, Formerly Known as South West Africa, From the German Sudwestafrika, Between the Years 1884-1915, Social Creatures, and Really. Jackie’s plays have been presented by Soho Rep, Victory Gardens,Trinity Rep, Matrix Theatre, Woolly Mammoth, Undermain Theatre, InterAct Theatre, Actors Theater of Louisville, Available Light, Company One, and The Bush Theatre in London. Her work has been developed at Sundance, The Ground Floor at Berkeley Rep, A.C.T., The Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab, New York Theatre Workshop, PRELUDE.11&14, The Civilians, The Bushwick Starr, The LARK, The Magic Theatre, The Bay Area Playwrights Festival and The MacDowell Colony. Jackie was a dramaturg for Zero Cost House by Pig Iron Theatre Company & Toshiki Okada and The Garden by Nichole Canuso Dance Company. She received the 2012-2013 Van Lier Fellowship at New Dramatists, and was the inaugural recipient of the 2012-2014 Jerome Fellowship at The LARK. Jackie is a NYTW Usual Suspect and is currently a member of The Writer's Room at Manhattan Theatre Club and Ars Nova.

ABOUT THE DIRECTORCarson McCain is a director and theatre artist based in Dallas, TX. She is a 2014 graduateof Southern Methodist University, where she studied acting, directing, and playwriting. There she received a Meadows Exploration Grant to develop and produce the world premiere of Michelle with Wet Eyeballs by Claire Carson. She has previously worked with Second Thought Theatre on The Great God Pan by Amy Herzog (Director), Belleville by Amy Herzog (Asst. Director), and Booth by Steven Michael Walters (Asst. Director). She most recently served as associate director on Dallas Theatre Center's 2016 production of A Christmas Carol and as assistant director on Kitchen Dog’s Production of I’m Gonna Pray for You So Hard. Other directing credits include Middletown by Will Eno (Hardin Simmons University), Delirium by Enda Walsh and Theatre O (SMU), and the world premiere of Ophelia Underwater by Janielle Kastner (The TRIBE).

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION:This production is directed by Carson McCain, director of last season’s The Great God Pan at Second Thought Theatre, with Scenic Design by *Robert Winn, Lighting Design by *Steve Woods, Costume Design by Gelacio Eric Gibson, Sound Design by *Bruce DuBose, and Properties Design by Linda Noland.The cast:  Laura Jorgensen, Kristin Lee, and Brandon Murphy.*Undermain Company MemberDates: Previews April 12th,, 13th, and 14th @ 7:30 pm – all preview performances are only $15Opening Night (press opening) Saturday, April 15th @ 7:30 pm

Regular Performances:Wednesday, April 19th @ 7:30 pmThursday, April 20th @ 7:30 pmFriday, April 21st @ 7:30 pmSaturday, April 22nd @ 2:00 pm Saturday, April 22nd @ 7:30 pmWednesday, April 26th @ 7:30 pmThursday, April 27th @ 7:30 pmFriday, April 28th @ 7:30 pm Saturday, April 29th @ 7:30 pmWednesday, May 3rd @ 7:30 pmThursday, May 4th @ 7:30 pmFriday, May 5th @ 7:30 pmSaturday, May 6th @ 2:00 pm Saturday, May 6th @ 7:30 pm Tickets are available at www.undermain.org or by calling the Box Office at 214.747.5515. Pricing is as follows: First Wednesday (April 19th) - $15Wednesdays and Thursdays - $20Fridays - $25Saturdays - $30All preview performances are - $15Saturday Matinee performances are - $20Undermain is located at 3200 Main Street at the corner of Murray Street in Deep Ellum.  Free covered parking is available at the South East corner of Trunk and Commerce - 3300 Commerce Street. Discounts are available for seniors, students, KERA members, and groups. Call 214.747.5515 or visit http://www.undermain.org

ABOUT UNDERMAIN:Celebrating 33 years since its inception in 1984, Undermain Theatre is a company of artists that performs experimental works in Texas, New York, and Europe, collaborates with playwrights to develop original and world premiere productions, publishes plays, and sustains a theater in Dallas’ historic Deep Ellum.  Nationally, Undermain Theatre hasbeen hailed as “one of the best small theaters in America” (San Diego Union-Tribune.) Undermain seeks to build on its status as Dallas’ “most daring and accomplished theatrical troupe” (Dallas Morning News) and an “American Treasure “(Backstage.) Asdefined by their mission statement, Undermain Theatre seeks to inspire, educate and challenge audiences and artists through its production of innovative theater with particular interest in poetic and language-driven work.Artistic Director: Katherine Owens, Executive Producer: Bruce DuBose, General Manager: Patricia Hackler, Media Contact:  Theresa Webster  214.747.1424   marketing@undermain.org