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The Roommate


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The Roommate


THE ROOMMATE

by Jen Silverman

 
 
 
 

SF Playhouse

“AS DIRECTED BY BECCA WOLFF, THIS HUMANIST AND FEMINIST WORK SHOWS THAT HUMANISM AND FEMINISM ARE THE SAME THING.” – LILY JANIAK, SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE

“HEARTILY ENTERTAINING! FULL OF SURPRISES.” – CHAD JONES, THEATERDOGS

“Under the brilliant direction of Becca Wolff, Susi Damilano and Julia Brothers deliver superb and engaging performances emphasizing the acute intelligence the author uses to chart this passage of self-transformation.”” – RICHARD CONNEMA, TALKIN’ BROADWAY

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The Kid Thing


The Kid Thing

The Kid Thing


The Kid Thing

The Kid Thing

by Sarah Gubbins, directed by B. Wolff

West Coast Premiere, New Conservatory Theater Center, SF -- Fall, 2015

 Director Becca Wolff gives all-out value with a fresh and quick-witted staging. - Talkin Broadway

Featuring:

  • Darcy: Desiree Rogers
  • Leigh: Sarah Coykendall
  • Margot: Kimberly Ridgeway
  • Nate: Jaq Nguyen Victor
  • Jacob: Nick Mandracchia


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Hookman


Hookman

Hookman


Hookman

Hookman

by Lauren Yee, Directed by B. Wolff

World Premiere, Encore Theatre Company/Z Space, SF -- Summer 2015

Director Becca Wolff delivers a fast-paced 75-minute play with a cast that seems to come more and more to life as the play continues to deepen and darken.
—Chad Jones for Theater Dogs

Hookman Slays It! Strong direction…excellent cast…cleverly designed.
—Mark Rudio for A Beast in a Jungle

Bloodily funny ….Yee’s funniest and, in some respects, most intriguing play…Director Becca Wolff keeps the comic pacing crisp, adding some extra slasher satire to the smooth changes of James Faerron’s clever set.
—Rob Hurwitt, San Francisco Chronicle

…the sort of show that you talk about to your friends three days after seeing it, because it’s such a mind-f*ck….
—Brittany Janis & Katie Cruz, Drink & Drama Talk on MissionMission.org


By Lauren Yee, Directed by B. Wolff, Scenic Design by James Faerron, Costumes by Christina Dinkel, props by Devon LaBelle, lighting by Joshua McDermoth and sound by Drew Yerys

Featuring: 

  • Taylor Jones
  • Sarah Matthes
  • Aily Kai Roper
  • Katharine Chin
  • Devin O'Brian
  • Jessica Lynn Carroll
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Rocked by Women


Rocked by women

Rocked by Women


Rocked by women

Rocked by Women

Created and choreographed by Sarah Bush, directed and developed by B. wolff

World Premiere Dance Mission/Sarah Bush Dance Project, SF -- Mother's Day 2014

The genius of this piece lies in its depiction of a journey that will be familiar to some, foreign to others, but that draws us all in with the seductiveness of the music, the vivacity of the dancers, and the austere and nimble staging, which bears the imprint of collaborator and theatre director Becca Wolff.
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Sarah Bush Dance Project, World Premier, Spring 2014, Dance Mission Theater, SF directed by B. Wolff, Choreography by Sarah Bush, Sound Design & Original Music by Julie Wolf, & Lights by KC Cohen

 

 

 

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No Static at All


No Static at All

No Static at All


No Static at All

No Static at All

written and performed by alex knox, directed and developed by b. wolff

NYC Fringe/Tilted Field -- Summer 2014 (Winner: Outstanding Solo Performance)

World Premiere, Hollywood Fringe Festival/Tilted Field -- Summer 2013 (Winner: Outstanding Solo Performance)

Knox’s precise, unflinching delivery—coupled with the lyricism and rhythm of Becca Wolff’s direction—keeps the audience rapt from the first needle scratch.

– Terri White Time Out NY


Written and Performed by Alex Knox, Produced by Jacob Padón and Roberta Maia Pereira, Scenic Design by Michael Locher, Lighting Design by JiYoun Chang, Costume Consulting by Paul Carey

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Mary Stuart


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Mary Stuart


The Last Days of Mary stuart

The Last Days of Mary Stuart

Conceived & with Lyrics by B. Wolff, Music by Byron Kahr & John Nixon

Tilted Field/Son of Semele Ensemble, Summer 2012


Pointedly precise staging. I found it hypnotic. -Broadway World
Single-worthy tunes that would be the envy of any Broadway musical. - LA Weekly

An electro-opera that reimagines the reign of Queen Elizabeth I to examine the fragile sovereignty of a country divided. Featuring Mary Stuart, rockstar.

Conceived & with Lyrics by B. Wolff, Music by Byron Kahr & John Nixon, Lights by Elizabeth Harper, Clothes, Scenic & Graphic Design by Molly Erin Kahr, Special Scenic Design by Meg Cunningham, Choreography by Gwenmarie White; Photos below by Molly Erin Kahr & Meg Cunningham (as noted)

Featuring:

  • MARY STUART: Marianne Thompson
  • ELIZABETH: Laila Ayad
  • THE BAND: Ryan Adlaf, Byron Kahr, John Nixon
  • THE KID: Daniel David Stewart
  • THE BADGE MAN: Alex Knox
  • THE JUDGES: Ryan Adlaf
  • THE CATHOLICS CHORUS: Ty Foster, Karen Jean Olds

 

 

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Troilus vs. Cressida


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Troilus vs. Cressida


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Troilus and Cressida

Directed by B. Wolff, Adapted by Jacob Gallagher-Ross and B. Wolff

2nd Year Shakespeare Project, Yale School of Drama, Winter 2008

Director: Becca Wolff Lighting Design: Melissa Mizell Scenic Design: Timothy Mackabee Costume Design: MinSun Jung, Photos © T Charles Erickson tcepix@comcast.net