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Silent Nightdrive, Holy Nightdrive

We're throwing a Christmas party and you'll have so much fun you'll die, or something!

Saturday, December 16
7pm-12am
Chinatown Soup

About Us

 

Nightdrive makes inventive, funny, strange plays that push theatrical boundaries in order to communicate with audiences in new and exciting ways. Their work has been produced at Ice Factory at the New Ohio, Ars Nova, the Tank, the Brick, Fresh Ground Pepper, the Flea, and Orange Tea Theatre in Amsterdam. Their show …Apathy Boy was a 2015 O'Neill finalist.

Skylar Fox and Simon Henriques are the co-artistic directors of Nightdrive. Jenny Gorelick is its executive producer.

 

 
Skylar Fox Skylar is a director, playwright, and actor. Recent solo writing credits include Heist Play (Brown University Mainstage), The Last of the Living Jeffersons (runner-up for the Gaffney Prize, administered by La Jolla Playhouse and UCSD), The Archives (Fort Point Theatre Channel), and A Brief Informational Session on What Used to Be Central Park (2015 Heideman Award Finalist; Everyday Inferno). His short play A Wake for David's Fucked-Up Face won the Samuel French Off-Off-Broadway Play Festival in 2014. He was the founding artistic director of The Circuit Theatre Company in Boston, where he directed nine productions over five seasons, including the Boston premieres of the six-hour genre-bending hero epic The Valentine Trilogy and Sarah Ruhl's Passion Play, for which he was nominated for an IRNE Award. Other directing credits include Providence premieres of The Aliens by Annie Baker and The Hotel Nepenthe by John Kuntz, as well as Enron by Lucy Prebble, Sunday in the Park with George by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine, and the world premiere of Minuet: a lullaby by Seth Simons.

Skylar Fox

Skylar is a director, playwright, and actor. Recent solo writing credits include Heist Play (Brown University Mainstage), The Last of the Living Jeffersons (runner-up for the Gaffney Prize, administered by La Jolla Playhouse and UCSD), The Archives (Fort Point Theatre Channel), and A Brief Informational Session on What Used to Be Central Park (2015 Heideman Award Finalist; Everyday Inferno). His short play A Wake for David's Fucked-Up Face won the Samuel French Off-Off-Broadway Play Festival in 2014. He was the founding artistic director of The Circuit Theatre Company in Boston, where he directed nine productions over five seasons, including the Boston premieres of the six-hour genre-bending hero epic The Valentine Trilogy and Sarah Ruhl's Passion Play, for which he was nominated for an IRNE Award. Other directing credits include Providence premieres of The Aliens by Annie Baker and The Hotel Nepenthe by John Kuntz, as well as Enron by Lucy Prebble, Sunday in the Park with George by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine, and the world premiere of Minuet: a lullaby by Seth Simons.

Simon Henriques Simon is a writer, actor, and comedian. His plays include Love Song for General Tso (2016 O'Neill Semifinalist), A play about Amy Adams (Writing is Live Festival), Narrators (2015 Samuel French Off-Off-Broadway Festival Winner), The Tomato and the Onion (Source Festival), and Cop Show Family Show News Show Show (Fresh Ground Pepper). He studied playwriting at Brown University, where he was awarded the T. Carpenter Elocution Prize for being "an exceptional and multitalented writer with a singular voice." He once got retweeted by either Cole or Dylan Sprouse, he can't remember which.

Simon Henriques

Simon is a writer, actor, and comedian. His plays include Love Song for General Tso (2016 O'Neill Semifinalist), A play about Amy Adams (Writing is Live Festival), Narrators (2015 Samuel French Off-Off-Broadway Festival Winner), The Tomato and the Onion (Source Festival), and Cop Show Family Show News Show Show (Fresh Ground Pepper). He studied playwriting at Brown University, where he was awarded the T. Carpenter Elocution Prize for being "an exceptional and multitalented writer with a singular voice." He once got retweeted by either Cole or Dylan Sprouse, he can't remember which.

Jenny Gorelick Jenny is a producer, company manager, and stage manager based in Brooklyn. She is currently the company manager for the Off-Broadway transfer of the Tony-Award-winning Avenue Q (New World Stage) and the Business & Operations Associate of the Tony Awards (Radio City Music Hall / The Beacon). Other producing credits include Showgasm XXL (Ars Nova Gala), Running Interference (FringeNYC15), and Fortuna Fantasia (FringeNYC14). Stage management credits include Daddy Long Legs (The Davenport Theatre), That Bachelorette Show (Copacabana), The Ars Nova Revolution (Ars Nova Gala), One Day: The Musical (3LD), Bridget Everett Gets F*cked by Ars Nova (Ars Nova Gala), and The Seagull (Lake Lucille Chekhov Project). Jenny graduated from Brown University with a B.A. in Theatre Arts and Business, Entrepreneurship, and Organizations. At Brown, she was the recipient of the M.H. Hicks Prize for Artistic Excellence and the Exceptional Student Leader of the Year Award. She is a proud member of Actors' Equity Association.

Jenny Gorelick

Jenny is a producer, company manager, and stage manager based in Brooklyn. She is currently the company manager for the Off-Broadway transfer of the Tony-Award-winning Avenue Q (New World Stage) and the Business & Operations Associate of the Tony Awards (Radio City Music Hall / The Beacon). Other producing credits include Showgasm XXL (Ars Nova Gala), Running Interference (FringeNYC15), and Fortuna Fantasia (FringeNYC14). Stage management credits include Daddy Long Legs (The Davenport Theatre), That Bachelorette Show (Copacabana), The Ars Nova Revolution (Ars Nova Gala), One Day: The Musical (3LD), Bridget Everett Gets F*cked by Ars Nova (Ars Nova Gala), and The Seagull (Lake Lucille Chekhov Project). Jenny graduated from Brown University with a B.A. in Theatre Arts and Business, Entrepreneurship, and Organizations. At Brown, she was the recipient of the M.H. Hicks Prize for Artistic Excellence and the Exceptional Student Leader of the Year Award. She is a proud member of Actors' Equity Association.