Shipwreck: A History Play About 2017

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Shipwreck: A History Play About 2017 Audio Version and Original Stage Play by Anne Washburn Directed and Freely Adapted by Saheem Ali Produced by The Public Theater In a co-production with Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company Original Music Composed and Performed by The Bengsons Sound Designer Palmer Hefferan Audio Engineering by UltraViolet Audio; Matt Boynton Owner and Chief Engineer; Lead Audio Engineer Ania Grzesik Assistant Audio Engineer Beth Lake In Fall 2020, as the election draws near, tune in to a searing and searching new audio drama from acclaimed playwright Anne Washburn about America’s present-day divisions, seen through the eyes of the very recent past. SHIPWRECK centers on a group of liberal friends gathered at an upstate farmhouse on a day of crystalline beauty. While the weather outside grows increasingly apocalyptic and the conversation within grows precariously honest, the group discovers that in turbulent times, every dinner invitation comes at a cost. Slated to be a stage production in The Public’s 2020 season, SHIPWRECK has been re-worked specifically for an audience listening from home or headphones. Saheem Ali directs this harrowing and hilarious masterpiece about race, religion, family and the nightmarish fallout of the American experiment. Featuring Mia Barron , Brooke Bloom, Phillip James Brannon , Bill Camp, Rob Campbell, Raúl Esparza, Sue Jean Kim, Jenny Jules, Bruce McKenzie, Joe Morton, Jeremy Shamos, and Richard Topol.

Episode Date
SHIPWRECK Trailer
02:06

New York Premiere Audio Play
Audio Version and Original Stage Play by Anne Washburn
Directed and Freely Adapted by Saheem Ali

Original Music Composed and Performed by The Bengsons
Sound Designer Palmer Hefferan
Audio Engineering by UltraViolet Audio; Matt Boynton Owner and Chief Engineer; Lead Audio Engineer Ania Grzesik
Assistant Audio Engineer Beth Lake

Producted by The Public Theater in a co-production with Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company.

This fall, as the election draws near, tune in to a searing and searching new audio drama from acclaimed playwright Anne Washburn about America’s present-day divisions, seen through the eyes of the very recent past. SHIPWRECK centers on a group of liberal friends gathered at an upstate farmhouse on a day of crystalline beauty. While the weather outside grows increasingly apocalyptic and the conversation within grows precariously honest, the group discovers that in turbulent times, every dinner invitation comes at a cost. Slated to be a stage production in The Public’s 2020 season, SHIPWRECK has been re-worked specifically for an audience listening from home or headphones. Saheem Ali directs this harrowing and hilarious masterpiece about race, religion, family and the nightmarish fallout of the American experiment.

Oct 16, 2020
SHIPWRECK: The Water Cooler
40:10

The Water Cooler is a bonus episode of supplemental discussions with cast and creative team members, as well as experts associated with the production. It is recommended listening after you finish SHIPWRECK: A History Play About 2017.


Shipwreck: A History Play About 2017
The Water Cooler 

Audio Version and Original Stage Play by Anne Washburn
Directed and Freely Adapted by Saheem Ali

Produced by The Public Theater In a co-production with Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company

In Fall 2020, as the election draws near, tune in to a searing and searching new audio drama from acclaimed playwright Anne Washburn about America’s present-day divisions, seen through the eyes of the very recent past. 

Featuring Mia Barron (Mare), Brooke Bloom (Allie), Phillip James Brannon (Bush), Bill Camp (Trump), Rob Campbell (Jim), Raúl Esparza (Luis), Sue Jean Kim (Jools), Jenny Jules (Trump’s Secretary), Bruce McKenzie (Lawrence), Joe Morton (James Comey), Jeremy Shamos (Andrew), and Richard Topol (Richard)

Oct 16, 2020
SHIPWRECK: Part 3
01:20:26

SHIPWRECK: A History Play About 2017
Part 3

Audio Version and Original Stage Play by Anne Washburn
Directed and Freely Adapted by Saheem Ali

Produced by The Public Theater In a co-production with Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company

In Fall 2020, as the election draws near, tune in to a searing and searching new audio drama from acclaimed playwright Anne Washburn about America’s present-day divisions, seen through the eyes of the very recent past. 

Featuring Mia Barron (Mare), Brooke Bloom (Allie), Phillip James Brannon (Bush), Bill Camp (Trump), Rob Campbell (Jim), Raúl Esparza (Luis), Sue Jean Kim (Jools), Jenny Jules (Trump’s Secretary), Bruce McKenzie (Lawrence), Joe Morton (James Comey), Jeremy Shamos (Andrew), and Richard Topol (Richard)

Oct 16, 2020
SHIPWRECK: Part 2
44:22

SHIPWRECK: A History Play About 2017
Part 2

Audio Version and Original Stage Play by Anne Washburn
Directed and Freely Adapted by Saheem Ali

Produced by The Public Theater In a co-production with Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company

In Fall 2020, as the election draws near, tune in to a searing and searching new audio drama from acclaimed playwright Anne Washburn about America’s present-day divisions, seen through the eyes of the very recent past. 

Featuring Mia Barron (Mare), Brooke Bloom (Allie), Phillip James Brannon (Bush), Bill Camp (Trump), Rob Campbell (Jim), Raúl Esparza (Luis), Sue Jean Kim (Jools), Jenny Jules (Trump’s Secretary), Bruce McKenzie (Lawrence), Joe Morton (James Comey), Jeremy Shamos (Andrew), and Richard Topol (Richard)

Oct 16, 2020
SHIPWRECK: Part 1
31:04

SHIPWRECK: A History Play About 2017
Part 1

Audio Version and Original Stage Play by Anne Washburn
Directed and Freely Adapted by Saheem Ali

Produced by The Public Theater In a co-production with Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company

In Fall 2020, as the election draws near, tune in to a searing and searching new audio drama from acclaimed playwright Anne Washburn about America’s present-day divisions, seen through the eyes of the very recent past. 

Featuring Mia Barron (Mare), Brooke Bloom (Allie), Phillip James Brannon (Bush), Bill Camp (Trump), Rob Campbell (Jim), Raúl Esparza (Luis), Sue Jean Kim (Jools), Jenny Jules (Trump’s Secretary), Bruce McKenzie (Lawrence), Joe Morton (James Comey), Jeremy Shamos (Andrew), and Richard Topol (Richard)

Oct 16, 2020
SHIPWRECK: Program Note
07:36

The Water Cooler is a bonus episode of supplemental discussions with cast and creative team members, as well as experts associated with the production. It is recommended listening after you finish SHIPWRECK: A History Play About 2017.

 

Shipwreck: A History Play About 2017

Audio Version and Original Stage Play by
Anne Washburn
Directed and Freely Adapted by Saheem Ali

Produced by The Public Theater In a co-production with Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company

In Fall 2020, as the election draws near, tune in to a searing and searching new audio drama from acclaimed playwright Anne Washburn about America’s present-day divisions, seen through the eyes of the very recent past. 

Featuring Mia Barron (Mare), Brooke Bloom (Allie), Phillip James Brannon (Bush), Bill Camp (Trump), Rob Campbell (Jim), Raúl Esparza (Luis), Sue Jean Kim (Jools), Jenny Jules (Trump’s Secretary), Bruce McKenzie (Lawrence), Joe Morton (James Comey), Jeremy Shamos (Andrew), and Richard Topol (Richard)

Oct 16, 2020
Shipwreck Trailer
02:06

Shipwreck: A History Play About 2017

Available Friday, Oct 16 at 12:00PM EDT

More information about SHIPWRECK
By Anne Washburn
Directed by Saheem Ali

In a co-production with Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company

Featuring Mia Barron (Mare), Brooke Bloom (Allie), Phillip James Brannon (Bush), Bill Camp (Trump), Rob Campbell (Jim), Raúl Esparza (Luis), Sue Jean Kim (Jools), Jenny Jules (Trump’s Secretary), Bruce McKenzie (Lawrence), Joe Morton (James Comey), Jeremy Shamos (Andrew), and Rich Topol (Richard

This fall, as the election draws near, tune in to a searing and searching new audio drama from acclaimed playwright Anne Washburn about America’s present-day divisions, seen through the eyes of the very recent past. SHIPWRECK centers on a group of liberal friends gathered at an upstate farmhouse on a day of crystalline beauty. While the weather outside grows increasingly apocalyptic and the conversation within grows precariously honest, the group discovers that in turbulent times, every dinner invitation comes at a cost. Slated to be a stage production in The Public’s 2020 season, SHIPWRECK has been re-worked specifically for an audience listening from home or headphones. Saheem Ali directs this harrowing and hilarious masterpiece about race, religion, family and the nightmarish fallout of the American experiment.

Oct 07, 2020