What do we want to be when we grow up? For us this has become an existential question in more ways than one. Let''s have a look back at the past five years and then...
May 2014 Inky
Written by: Rinne Groff
Directed by Ingrid Sonnichsen With: Tony Bingham* (Greg), Abby Quatro* (Inky), Adrienne Wehr* (Barbara), and on alternating nights Evangelina Paul & Layla Wyoming (Allison)
A love-starved Manhattanite husband and wife struggle to satisfy their child-like desire to "have it all" during the high-rolling, morally skewed 1980s. When they take in Inky, a young Slavic nanny who's obsessed with Muhammad Ali, to care for their nine-year-old daughter and infant son, they are forced to face both their limitations and their potential for change. Inky is a darkly comic story about the importance of fighting back.
"One of the most interesting productions I’ve seen for a while simply because just when you thought you had each of the characters figured out and you knew exactly where each of them were coming from ….BOOM… it changed.” - ‘Burgh Vivant
“Inky is snarky, funny, rather ugly and right on the money.” - Pittsburgh City Paper