“Tell me about your life…”
BY CAM TORRES | DIRECTED BY ALEX LONATI
Massachusetts: March 15-17 | Delmarva: March 22-24
In a theater, or a place where theatre can happen, there exists Will. At the least, Will is born out of mere words on a page, a creation of the playwright; But you could say Will is anyone, anywhere, anytime. Battling their own existence from creation to dust, Will questions reality, explores human connection, and admits deafening loneliness and crippling insecurity in the common pursuit of life, liberty, and happiness. With Will, we witness what it means to be utterly and horribly human. don’t feed the bear is a raw opportunity to follow one character’s journey to find connection: connection with life, art, and ultimately the people in front of them.
Cam Torres (Will)
Alex Lonati (Director)
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Kyler Taustin – DRAMATURG
Ashley Cabral – PRODUCER
Geena Forristall – PRODUCER
Geena M. Forristall is a Boston area artist working in theatre, dance, and TV/film. She’s previously worked for companies such as Lyric Stage, Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, Off The Grid, Company One, Punchdrunk NYC/Emursive, and the international tour of Kultar’s Mime. Geena has a personal commitment to accessibility, inclusivity, and diversity in the arts, and works toward a goal of universal arts access. She’s a proud alumna of Hofstra University, where she holds a BFA in Theatre Arts Production.
Kayla Norton – STAGE MANAGER
Kayla Norton is a senior pursuing her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in technical theatre at Salem State University. She is excited to be joining Brown Box for the third time, previous credits include Broadway Jukebox and Mox Nox (workshop). Other recent management credits include Poison of Choice (SSU), Macbeth (SSU), House of Macbeth (SSU), Almost, Maine (SSU Student Theatre Ensemble).
Connor O'Brien – LIGHTING DESIGNER
Connor is thrilled to be working with Brown Box Theatre Project for the fifth time, having previously worked on their productions of Broadway Jukebox, The Hotel Nepenthe, Hamlet, and As You Like it. He recently graduated from Northeastern University with a degree in Theatre Studies, with a production concentration. Select credits from Northeastern include: After Miss Julie (LD), After the End (LD). Recently, he was the Assistant Lighting Designer on Shakespeare in Love at SpeakEasy Stage Company. He can mostly be found working as a freelance technician at many theaters around Boston.
Matthew Williams – TECHNICAL DIRECTOR
Matthew Williams (Technical Director): Matthew is a graduate of Emerson College where he studied Theatrical Design and Technology concentrating in Technical Direction. He is currently employed as the Assistant Technical Director at Boston Conservatory at Berkeley. His most recent credits include The Ouroboros Trilogy with Beth Morison Productions (Rail Chief and Deck Crew), The Birds and The Bees with Sleeping Weasel (Technical Director), and Il Campanello and L’Amico Fritz with Boston Midsummer Opera (Technical Director).