June 3, 2017 @ 12:00 am – June 16, 2017 @ 11:00 pm
Connelly Theater


This is the true story of nine characters, once played by Meryl Streep, picked to live in a house, and have their lives taped to find out what happens when people stop being, oh I don’t know, direct and start getting, well, breathy. The characters in STREEPSHOW! have no knowledge of the actress Meryl Streep and think of themselves as real people with uncannily similar, tragic biographies. But when the winner of STREEPSHOW! is promised the opportunity to rewrite her tragedy, it’s every Streep for her exquisitely poised self. This is theater in reality TV drag, actors in Meryl drag, and America’s pop music canon in cabaret drag.

Episodes One and Two will be performed June 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 11, 16, 18, 22, and 24
Episodes Three and Four will be performed June 10, 12, 17, 18, 23, and 24
or BINGE WATCH IT ALL over brunch and mimosas on June 18th and 24th

Preston Martin as Miranda Priestly (THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA)
Claire Rothrock as Clarissa Vaughn (THE HOURS)
Kristine Haruna Lee as Francesca Johnson (THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY)
Chris Tyler as Madeline Ashton (DEATH BECOMES HER)
Dana Meryl Berger as Sophie Zawistowski (SOPHIE’S CHOICE)
Joe Castle Baker as Mary Fisher (SHE DEVIL)
Todd Dakotah Briscoe as Julia Child (JULIE AND JULIA)
Sam Bolen as Suzanne Vale (POSTCARDS FROM THE EDGE)
Emily Marro as Joanna Kramer (KRAMER VS. KRAMER)
Benjamin Pelteson as Ethel Rosenberg (ANGELS IN AMERICA)
Andrew Farmer as Violet Weston (AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY)
Storm Lauren Thomas as Jeff
and The StreepBand:
Nicholas C. Williams on keys
Sam Lazzara on drums

Written by Jay Stull
Directed by Andrew Neisler
Costume, Hair, Wig, and Make-Up Design by Daniel Dabdoub
Scenic and Prop Design by Noah Mease
Lighting Design by Kate McGee
Sound Design by Ben Gullard and Jay Owen Eisenberg
Video Design by Stivo Arnoczy and David Tennent
Choreography by Ben Hobbs
Stage Management by Kristy Bodall
Assistant Directed by JB Douglas

About the Artists

JAY STULL (playwright) is a director and writer of theater and does both of these things mostly in New York City. STREEPSHOW! Episodes 1-4 were developed by Ars Nova and Dixon Place. His play The Capables ran in the summer of 2013 at the Gym and Judson and in the Spring of 2015 at the Bloomington Playwrights Project. He was a 2015 Directing Fellow at Clubbed Thumb, where he directed a workshop production of a new play by Jenny Schwartz called As Far As The Day Goes. Other directing credits include Emily Schwend’s Utility (The Amoralists at Rattlestick, NY Times Critic’s Pick), and Take Me Back (Walkerspace, NY TImes Critic’s Pick), Noah Mease’s Omega Kids (Dixon Place), Mark Roberts’ Rantoul and Die (The Amoralists at The Cherry Lane, NY Times and Time Out Critic’s Pick), Anne Adams’s Strange Country (The Access Theater), and Lisi DeHaas’s Leave Me Green (the Gym at Judson). He is a member of the Lincoln Center Directors Lab, The Civilians R&D Group, and the SDCF Observership Class.

Andrew Neisler (Director) is a Georgia-raised, Brooklyn-based theatre director and producer. Recent credits: Cesar Alvarez’s The Elementary Spacetime Show (FringeArts), NY Times’ Critics Pick The Rise and Fall of Marcus Monroe (Ars Nova/Williamstown Theatre Festival), Andrew Farmer’s critically acclaimed The Gray Man (Pipeline Theatre Company), NY Times’ Critics Pick Clown Bar (The Box), and Drama Desk nominated Charlatan (Ars Nova). He is currently under commission at Ars Nova developing Bull’s Hollow, a trilogy of theatre and music, with frequent collaborators Jaclyn Backhaus and Mike Brun. And in development with composer Cesar Alvarez on NOISE, a new musical. He has directed new work with Naked Angels, Primary Stages, New York Theatre Workshop, Williamston Theatre Festival, The Lark, Ensemble Studio Theatre, NYU, University of the Arts, and more. He is a Co-Director of the arts incubator Fresh Ground Pepper ( and a Teaching Artist at Playwrights Horizons Theatre School. He is an alumnus of the Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab, the Civilians R&D Group, and Ars Nova’s Director Residency.

Tickets: $15-$35

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