USAAftermathWritten by Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen, Directed by Jessica BlankThe New York Theatre Workshop ProductionAUSTRALIAN PREMIERE/AUSTRALIAN EXCLUSIVEWHENFriday 25 February–Tuesday 1 MarchWHEREOctagon Theatre, UWAThis performance is 1 hour and 30 minutes with no intervalFouad, a cook Omar KouryShahid, a translator Fajer Al-KaisiBasima, a wife and mother Leila BuckFadilah, an artist Maha ChehlaouiRafiq, a pharmacist Ramsey FaragallahAsad, a theatre director Rufio LermaYassar, a dermatologist Ryan ShamsAbdul-Aliyy, an imam Ted SodNaimah, a cook Rasha ZamamiriSupported byMEDICI DONORS11 February– 7 Marchperthfestival.com.au
2AFTERMATHThe New York Theatre Workshop ProductionPresented in association with ArKtypeand Amnesty InternationalText Jessica Blank and Erik JensenDirector Jessica BlankProduction Manager and Lighting Caleb WertenbakerProduction Stage Manager Christopher C DunlopAssistant Director Jake HartCostume Designer Gabriel BerryScenic Design Richard Hooverbased on a Lighting Design by David LanderOriginal Music and Sound Designer David RobbinsAssistant Costume Designer Andrea HoodCasting Jenn Haltman and Jack Doulin, CSADialect Coach Fajer Al-KaisiExecutive Producer, World Tour ArKtype/Thomas O................................................................................................. KriegsmannCASTFouad, a cook Omar KouryShahid, a translator Fajer Al-KaisiBasima, a wife and mother Leila BuckFadilah, an artist Maha ChehlaouiRafiq, a pharmacist Ramsey FaragallahAsad, a theatre director Rufio LermaYassar, a dermatologist Ryan ShamsAbdul-Aliyy, an imam Ted SodNaimah, a cook Rasha ZamamiriOriginally developed and produced by New York TheatreWorkshop in 2009, with the support of Dartmouth College.The producers wish to express their appreciation to the FordFoundation for its support of this production.Aftermath was made possible by the generous support ofthe MAP Fund, a program of Creative Capital supported bythe Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and The RockefellerFoundation.This production was developed in part during a residencywith the Theatre Department at Dartmouth College, incollaboration with the Hopkins Centre for the Arts.Very special thanks to Jack Doulin, Jenn Haltman, HeatherRandall, Marla Keenan and CIVIC, Cary McClellan, Jo Metcalf,Phillipa Wehle, Roberta Uno, Sadie Blank-Jensen, GigiKriegsmann, Jim Nicola, Linda Chapman, Billy Russo and all ofthe staff at New York Theatre Workshop.A NOTE FROM JESSICA BLANKAND ERIK JENSENWe came up with the idea for ourplay Aftermath when we realised thatalthough the US was involved in twowars, and had been for years, therehadn’t been any work done in theAmerican theatre about either onefrom the civilians’ point of view. Therehad been plays created from soldiers’points of view, and about the policy-makers, but nothing thatgot at what it is to be a regular person who just happens tolive in a war zone. We had previously written the documentaryplay The Exonerated, based on interviews we conducted withexonerated death row inmates, and knew we wanted to writeanother; by June 2008, New York Theatre Workshop hadsecured a grant to send us to Jordan to do the interviews.We walked into those interviews in Jordan unsure abouthow people would respond to us. We were open to whateverpoints of view people might have; it would have been okayif people had been angry with us, cautious, trepidatious,etc. But we found just the opposite. Our interview subjectswere enormously welcoming, open and gracious. They didn’tpre-judge us based on the fact that we were American; theytreated us as human beings first. After 25 years under Saddam,there was a pervasive and visceral understanding, on the partof Iraqi civilians, that there is a significant difference betweenthe policies of a government and the people of a country. Thiswas enormously moving for us, and we realised that the simpleact of speaking to each other, Iraqi civilian to American civilian,was an important part of the play.
4Erik JensenErik has co-starred in over 20 featurefilms, including Black Knight and TheLove Letter. He recently starred inVirtuality, a FOX telefilm by BattlestarGalactica creator Ron Moore. He starredopposite John Turturro and Oliver Plattas NY Yankee Thurman Munson in theESPN miniseries The Bronx is Burningand has appeared on television regularlyon CSI, Law & Order and Love Monkey, as well as Alias andCentury City, among others. He co-starred in the TBS pilotThe Dark (directed by Walter Hill) and was a member of theacting ensemble for the 2006 Sundance Filmmakers’ Lab andthe 2007 Sundance Theatre Lab. Notable stage appearancesinclude Arthur Kopit’s Y2K (directed by Bob Balaban) andTerrance McNally’s Corpus Christi at Manhattan Theatre Club,The Good Negro at the Public Theatre and as free-speechmartyr Lenny Bruce in Schmucks at the Wilma Theatre. Heis also at work on Main Street, an independent documentaryabout corporate farming’s impact on small-town America.Jessica and Erik’s writing has been published in severalmagazines and journals, including The Believer, The Dramatist,Another Magazine and Theatre History Studies. Living Justice,their book on the making of The Exonerated, was published in2005 by Simon and Schuster. Their work has been supportedby the Ford Foundation, Soros Foundation, New York StateCouncil on the Arts, MAP Fund/Creative Capital and NewWorld Foundation. They are developing a play based on thewritings of rock critic Lester Bangs, in conjunction with theLester Bangs estate. They are married and live in Brooklynwith their dogs Zooey and Yoda.Fajer Al-KaisiShahid, a translatorFajer is an Iraqi-Canadian actor hailingfrom Montreal and now residing in NYC.Most recently Fajer has appeared onComedy Central channel’s Delocated aswell as on the Onion News Network. Fajerhas also made notable appearances onLaw & Order, Nurse Jackie and 30 Rock.In addition to aiding in the workshopping process of Aftermathfrom its inception, Fajer has served as dialect coach for theOff-Broadway production of the play and is proud to have beenthere throughout this process. Most recent regional creditsinclude Jihad Jones and the Kalishnakov Babes in Philadelphia,Omnium Gatherum in Austin, Texas, Girl Blog from Iraq in Dallas,as Marat in Marat/Sade at the University of Texas at Austin andmany more. Fajer is thrilled to be here and is extremely gratefulto everyone at ArKtype for making this possible, to his amazingcast, and to his friends Erik and Jessica for helping bring thisshow and these stories to the world.Chart (dir Naomi Wallace); The Blue Bird (Michael Friedman,dir Annie Dorsen: Williamstown) Film: Carencia (lead)workshops/bookings: www.leilabuck.comMaha ChehlaouiFadilah, an artistStage Credits (selected): Aftermath,New York Theatre Workshop; Betrayed,The Culture Project; Peer Gynt, TheGuthrie (with Mark Rylance); Girl BlogFrom Iraq: Baghdad Burning, BarrowStreet Theatre/Edinburgh Fringe Festival(Stage Theatre Award Nomination,Outstanding Ensemble); Othello, The Pioneer Theatre; TheBomb, International WOW; Taming of the Shrew, La Mama(Andrei Serban). Film and TV: The Sorcerer’s Apprentice,Toe to Toe, Justice Squad, Rescue Me, Law & Order: SpecialVictims Unit. Maha earned her BA in Middle Eastern Studiesfrom Tufts University and her MFA from Columbia University.Maha is Executive Director of Noor Theatre, a newly launchedNY-based company dedicated to supporting, developing andpresenting works by theatre artists of Middle Eastern descent.www.noortheatre.orgRamsey FaragallahRafiq, a pharmacistRegional: The Kennedy Centre, LincolnCentre Lab, Hartford Stage, ManhattanTheatre Club, Yale Rep, South CoastRepertory, The Public, New York Stage& Film, New York Theatre Workshop,The Lark, Grove Shakespeare and atthe WHAT. Originated roles in GeorgePacker’s Lucille Lortel-winning playBetrayed. Off-Broadway credits include Guantanamo: HonorBound to Defend Freedom, Afterplay, Stonewall and Orestes.Television: The Good Wife, Army Wives, The Unusuals, Lifeon Mars, Betrayed (for PBS), Flight of the Conchords, 30Rock, The Sopranos, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Law& Order: Criminal Intent, The Watch List, Conan O’Brian andNOVA among others and he’s a regular on The Late Show withDavid Letterman.Leila BuckBasima, a wife and motherIn the Crossing (dir Jo Bonney: ThePublic, New Work Now! 2006); Sajjil(Record) (Nibras, dir Maha Chehlaoui:Best Ensemble Performance NY Fringe2002); ISite (US, Europe, China: BestPlay Strawberry Festival 2000); Hkeelee(dir Thomas Caruso); One (dir SuzanaBerger – ‘First Vote 2008’: Epic). Asactress appeared in Aftermath (Jessica Blank: New YorkTheatre Workshop); Scorched (dir Blanka Zizka); The FeverCopyright A Duran
5Omar KouryFouad, a cookOff-Broadway/NY Theatre: Aftermath,New York Theatre Workshop (WorldPremiere, Drama League Nomination);Sajjil, Theatre for the New City/NY Fringe Festival (Best EnsemblePerformance Award); Browntown, LucilleLortel Theatre/NY Fringe Festival;A Few Good Arabs, (co-writer) New York Arab AmericanComedy Festival. US Regional Theatre: The Kite Runner, a coproductionof Actors Theatre of Louisville and The ClevelandPlayhouse; Scorched, The Wilma Theatre, Philadelphia(Barrymore Award-Outstanding Ensemble Cast); The Poetry ofPizza, Mixed Blood Theatre, Minneapolis; Guantanamo: HonorBound to Defend Freedom, The Studio Theatre, WashingtonDC. International Tours: Aftermath, The Old Vic Tunnels-London International Festival of Theatre, Town Hall Theatre-Galway Arts Festival, Ireland. TV: Lights Out, The Unusuals, TheLate Show with David Letterman, All My Children, Late Nightwith Conan O’Brien, One Life To Live. Film: Devil’s Advocate,Jesus’ Son. Member of New York Theatre Workshop’s UsualSuspects, Founding Member of Nibras Arab American TheatreCollective, Organising Committee of Annual NY Arab AmericanComedy Festival.Rufio LermaAsad, a theatre directorRufio began working in theatre in NewMexico, as a young kid, with Tony Awardwinningplaywright Mark Medoff. Aftercompleting his undergraduate degreefrom the University of New Mexicohe went on to receive his MFA at theUniversity of California at San Diego.While at UCSD some of his credits included Stomil in Tangodirected by Gabor Tompa; Jerry in The Zoo Story; Henry inThe Skin of Our Teeth; Edmund in the original production ofElection Day; and Charron in A Cabal of Hypocrites. Otherrecent credits include Mr One in The Adding Machine at the LaJolla Playhouse directed by Daniel Aukin; Amad in Withdrawalfor the ‘New Plays from the Arab World’ series in New York(produced by the Royal Court Theatre of London); and costarredas Young Silvio on FOX’s TV series Past Life. It is anhonour for Rufio to be part of such an important project asAftermath and he is grateful to be performing for you tonight.Ryan ShamsYassar, a dermatologistTheatre: Swiss Cheese in MotherCourage (La Jolla Playhouse, dirLisa Peterson), Aramis in The ThreeMusketeers (Seattle Rep, dir KyleDonnelly), Jesus Christ and StephenHawking in End Days (VineyardPlayhouse), Ramin in Mahida’s Extra Keyto Heaven (Playwrights’ Theatre of New Jersey). Television:Law & Order, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, As the WorldTurns and CSI: NY. Film: Salt (Columbia Pictures) and The LastAirbender (Paramount). Ryan has an MFA from UCSD and aBA in Comparative Literature from Columbia University.Ted SodAbdul-Aliyy, an imamTed has acted in plays produced byThe New York Shakespeare Festival,BAM Theatre Company, Second Stage,Playwrights’ Horizons, American PlaceTheatre and the Circle, Seattle and YaleRepertory companies, among others.He has appeared on Bored To Death,Nurse Jackie, Ugly Betty, Jonny Zero and all three versionsof Law & Order. He has directed How To Be A Good ItalianDaughter In Spite of Myself (Cherry Lane Theatre); BloodType: Ragu (Actors’ Playhouse); By Jupiter (York Theatre Co);The House Of Blue Leaves (Terry Schreiber Studio); WhoPopped Papi Chulo? and Scarlet Sees The Light (NYC FringeFestival); Agnes of God, A Night In Tunisia, Talley’s Folly, Witand numerous touring productions (George Street Playhouse);Fitting In and Homecoming (Seattle Repertory Theatre). Heis the author of numerous plays and is dramaturge for theeducation department at The Roundabout Theatre Company.Rasha ZamamiriNaimah, a cookWorld premiere and Drama LeagueDistinguished performance nominationof Aftermath (New York TheatreWorkshop); L(y)re (Ontological HystericTheatre); Egyptian Products (PEN WorldVoices Festival: I Come From There aRoyal Court Project); Church (PublicTheatre and PS 122); A Brut Ballet (The Public Theatre);Hijab (Gene Frankel); The Less We Talk (Ontological HystericTheatre); New York Arab American Comedy Festival (2008–2010); Respect: The Musical for Women (26th Street Theatre,FL); A Stoop On Orchard Street (1st National Tour and 26thStreet Theatre, FL); The Lost Colony (The Lost Colony, NC);Imaginary Invalid (High Point Theatre, NC). Short: Beirut Hills(MTV The Hills Spoofed); Sonnet For A Towncar (Dir MaryHarron and John Walsh).Christopher C DunlopProduction Stage ManagerA native of Kings Park, New York, he’s always felt an affinitywith Perth. He has spent the last four decades working in thetheatre both at home and around the world. After many years,acting as General Manager of Mummenschanz and the CiePhilippe Genty on Broadway, he returned to his roots in a morehands-on position. Chris has since toured with internationalcompanies such as: Ballet Folklorico de Mexico de AmaliaHernandez, Israel’s Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company,Stars of the Shanghai Acrobatic Theatre, Gran Concerto deNatale-Glory Hallelujah Gospel, Incredible Acrobats of Chinaand Don Quixote with the Israel Ballet. In 1989 he had thepleasure to tour throughout Australia for seven months withPhilippe Genty’s Désirs Parade. As part of a world tour thisproduction touched every Australian capital city and manysmaller communities. He has served as the Lighting Designerfor many of these productions. His latest design, for The NewShanghai Circus, was seen at the New Victory Theatre inNew York City. In the recent past, he had the opportunity totour throughout China with Hollywood Magic, the first largescaleAmerican magic production there since the late ‘70s.This tour appeared in many of China’s major cities and sometowns of which even the translators had never heard. Chrismost recently has worked with Peter Brook’s CICT/Théâtre
6des Bouffes du Nord productions of The Grand Inquisitor andLove is my Sin Off-Broadway. His last North American tourwas with the Barter Theatre, Virginia’s State Theatre, and theirproduction of The Diary of Anne Frank. This chance to revisitthe City of Lights is a great joy.Gabriel BerryCostume DesignerGabriel designs costumes for theatre, opera and dance. Recentprojects include Richard Foreman’s Idiot Savant and BrandonJacobs-Jenkins’ Neighbors at the New York Public Theatre,Sarah Ruhl’s Passion Play for Epic Theatre and YoshikoChuma’s A-C-E ONE for New York’s River to River Festival.Awards include a silver medal from the Prague Quadrennialfor her contribution to experimental theatre and an Obie forsustained excellence.Jake HartAssistant DirectorJake has adapted works by Kurt Vonnegut, Stan Lee and TheFlaming Lips, performed for Blue Man Group, directed StevenSpielberg, acted for Francis Ford Coppola, fought pirates withRobin Williams, played Phil Collins’ drums, given sound notesto Crosby, Stills & Nash and almost got Mister Rogers to playhimself in a short film entitled Glengarry Bob Ross, but he hasnever enjoyed a collaboration like he has enjoyed the one withthe cast and crew of Aftermath.Richard HooverScenic DesignerBroadway: Not About Nightingales (Tony Award), After the Fall(Roundabout Theatre). Off-Broadway: Bat Boy (Union SquareTheatre), Embedded (Public Theatre), Speaking In Tongues(Roundabout Theatre), Suburbia (Second Stage). Regional:Hamlet, Death of A Salesman, Caroline or Change (The GuthrieTheatre); Diary of Anne Frank (Steppenwolf). Film and TV:Soulmen, Dead Man Walking, Payback, Mothman Prophecies, Girl,Interrupted, Twin Peaks, Live From Baghdad, Entourage (pilot).David LanderLighting DesignerBroadway: 33 Variations, A Man for All Seasons, I am My OwnWife, Dirty Blonde Golden Child. Off-Broadway: AmericanFiesta, After Ashley, Beautiful Child, Edward Albee’s Occupant,Fran’s Bed, Going to St Ives, King Lear (with Kevin Kline),Macbeth, Mimi Le Duck, Modern Orthodox, The God of Hell.Regional: ACT, Berkeley Rep, Cincinnati Playhouse, GeffenPlayhouse, Kirk Douglas Theatre, La Jolla Playhouse, LongWharf Theatre, Philadelphia Theatre Co, St Louis MUNY, TheOld Globe. International: Tokyo, UK, South America, Australiaand Singapore.David RobbinsMusic and Sound DesignerCatonsville 9, Tartuffe, 1984, Embedded, The Exonerated,Mephisto, The Seagull, Carnage a Comedy, Titus Andronicus,Good Woman of Setzuan (Actors Gang Theatre). Film: WarInc, King of California, Dead Man Walking, Savior, Cradle WillRock, Bob Roberts, The Prime Gig, The Exonerated, HopelessPictures, Twenty Bucks, How to Kill Your Neighbor’s Dog.Caleb WertenbakerProduction Manager, Design SupervisorCaleb graduated from Oberlin College, where he received theNash Award for Contribution to Student Theatre. He receivedan MA in Scenography from Central Saint Martins College ofArt and Design in London, during which he studied at DAMUin Prague. Set designs include Cyrano for Centre Stage, MaxUnderstood for the New York Music Theatre Festival, Rinaldo,Cendrillon and Don Giovanni for Central City Opera, Dust atthe West Side Theatre, Doubt for the Weston Playhouse,Amistad for Spoleto USA, Psyche for the Boson Early MusicFestival, The Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny for OperaBoston, as well as productions for New England Conservatory,Boston Conservatory, Actors Shakespeare Project, AmericanRepertory Theatre Institute and Concord Academy.
7ArKtypeArKtype was founded in 2006 under the direction of ThomasO Kriegsmann toward the long-term development, productionand touring of internationally based performance work.His acclaimed work as producer has been seen worldwide,proudly beginning his work in the production and developmentof emerging ensembles and currently represented inengagements worldwide with: Yael Farber/The Farber Foundry(South Africa); Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen (New York);Peter Brook/CITC (Paris); Phantom Limb (New York); Circa(Brisbane); Jay Scheib (Cambridge); KMA (London); World/Inferno Friendship Society’s Addicted to Bad Ideas (Brooklyn);Rude Mechs (Austin, TX); TPO (Italy); Nalaga’at Theater(Tel Aviv); Superamas (Vienna); Aurélia’s Oratorio directedby Victoria Thiérrée-Chaplin (France); and Theatre for aNew Audience (New York). He has programmed the annualSpiegelworld season at South Street Seaport and is currentlyprogramming Baryshnikov Arts Center’s Ringling InternationalArts Festival in Sarasota, Florida. Upcoming premieresinclude: Phantom Limb’s 69˚S. (The Shackleton Project) incollaboration with Kronos Quartet; Jim Jarmusch and PhilKline’s Tesla In New York; and Yael Farber’s Lear withBruce Myers.Actors’ EquityAssociation (AEA)was founded in 1913 as the first of theAmerican actor unions. Equity’s missionis to advance, promote and foster the artof live theatre as an essential componentof our society. Today, Equity representsmore than 40,000 actors, singers, dancersand stage managers working in hundreds of theatres acrossthe United States. Equity members are dedicated to workingin the theatre as a profession, upholding the highest artisticstandards. Equity negotiates wages and working conditionsand provides a wide range of benefits including health andpension plans for its members. Through its agreement withEquity, this theatre has committed to the fair treatment ofthe actors and stage managers employed in this production.AEA is a member of the AFL-CIO and is affiliated with FIA, aninternational organisation of performing arts unions. For moreinformation, visit www.actorsequity.org.AFTERMATHWorldwide Promotional, Booking and Tour Info:ArKtypeThomas O Kriegsmann, PresidentPO Box 1948New York, NY 10027+1 917 386 firstname.lastname@example.orgAmnesty Internationalis the world’s largest human rightsmovement. It seeks to hold statesaccountable for human rights violations onthe basis of its impartial research, lobbying,campaigning action and advocacy.Amnesty is thrilled to be associatedwith Aftermath, which highlights our work campaigning for afair and effective asylum system.Amnesty has a proud history of working with musicians,directors, actors, comedians and others in the artisticcommunity. These supporters have added their impassionedvoices to millions of Amnesty members worldwide in thedemand for dignity, fairness, freedom, justice and truth. Addyour voice. Join Amnesty. www.amnesty.org.au/refugeesLearn more from CIVIC – Campaign for Innocent Victims inConflict – at www.civicworldwide.orgUniversity TheatresManager, University Theatres Kevin HamersleyTechnical Manager John DoyleHead Technician Clint BalfourPatron Services Coordinator Madeline JollAdministration Officer Collette NarcisFinance Manager Robyn WilsonAccounts Officer Chi TranBox Office Supervisor Peter KeoghTHE FESTIVAL WISHES TO THANKThe 2011 Medici Donors fortheir generous support of AftermathZelinda BafilePeter and Tracey BacichBrans Antiques & ArtPeter BurnsMike and Liz CarrickDr David CookeHenry and Deb CookeAlan R Dodge AMGrant and Cathy DonaldsonMarco D’OrsognaAdrian and Michela FiniPaul and Susanne FinnAnnie and Brett FogartyGraham Forward and Jacqui GilmourTerry Grose and Rosemary SayerMack and Evelyn HallSue and Peter HarleyKerry HarmanisDale Harper and Derek GascoineRichard and Nina HarrisMaxine Howell-PriceAdam LeneganPeter and Lynne LeonhardtMichael and Sallie ManfordMurray and Suzanne McGillIan and Jayne MiddlemasMichael Murphy and Craig MerreyHelen and John OwenellMimi and Willy PackerRichard Payne and Cim SearsPhilip Griffiths ArchitectsPearl ProudBill Repard and Jane PrendivilleSam and Dee RogersPeter Smith and Alexandrea ThompsonGary and Jackie SteinepreisCraig SuttarDr Phillip and Jill SwarbrickSue ThomasThompson Estate VineyardJoe and Debbie ThrosbyTim and Chris UngarIan and Margaret WallaceKieran WongMichael and Edit WoodMelvin YeoAnonymous (4)Support from the Medici Donors is essential in helping the Festival plan forthe future, deliver a thought-provoking artistic program and provide aplatform for the creative aspiration of our artists.
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