December 4—23, 2018

Griffin & Sabine

by Nick Bantock, Adapted for the stage by Nick Bantock and Michael Shamata

Show Info

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Griffin & Sabine is the story of two souls seeking the courage and the means to unite.

Griffin Moss is a lonely artist in London, who makes postcards for a living. His life is changed forever when he receives a cryptic postcard from Sabine Strohem, a woman he has never met. She is an artist who illustrates postage stamps, and lives in the South Pacific. The two begin “An Extraordinary Correspondence.”

Combining elements of romance, mythology, modern philosophy, and Jungian psychology, Griffin & Sabine is the story of two souls seeking the courage and the means to unite.

RUNNING TIME – 1 hour 45 minutes / including one 20-minute intermission

WHY I CHOSE THIS PLAY
The remarkable Nick Bantock lives in our community, and his enchanting story – together with his breathtaking artwork – were a part of my history. The chance to put these characters and images onstage is delicious and irresistible. —MS

ILLUSTRATION BY NICK BANTOCK

Griffin & Sabine is generously supported by


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Cast & Artists

    • Yoshié Bancroft
    • Sabine
    • Matthew Edison
    • Griffin
    • Nick Bantock
    • Writer / Adaptation
    • Michael Shamata
    • Director / Adaptation
    • Pam Johnson
    • Designer
    • Candelario Andrade
    • Projection Designer
    • Bryan Kenney
    • Lighting Designer
    • Anton Lipovetsky
    • Sound Designer
    • Christopher Sibbald
    • Stage Manager
    • Becca Jorgenson
    • Assistant Stage Manager
    • Carolyn Moon
    • Assistant Projection Designer