The Flea is presenting the World Premiere of I SEE YOU, a romantic comedy by Kate Robin, directed by F
lea Artistic Director Jim Simpson. I SEE YOU opened on Sunday November 16 after beginning previews on November 7 for a limited run Off-Broadway through December 21.
The appealing two character study brings together a stay-at-home dad Jesse, played by Stephen Barker Turner, and a neurotic disaster predicting mom Nina, played by Danielle Slavick. Jesse is a totally disengaged parent, who crosses paths with Nina, an over reactive mother. She fears that things are spinning out control and the world, as we know it, is headed for disaster. Everything is dangerous and people today have lost the art of communication with their heads buried in their electronic devices exposing themselves to wireless radiation.
The press release says "I SEE YOU is really about the psychic and emotional stress of living in the cusp of the apocalypse – which is sort of where we are," says Robin who is returning to The Flea for her second production following The Light Outside.
This two-hander features a design by Kyle Chepulis (Set), Brian Aldus (Lighting), Claudia Brown (Costumes), and Janie Bullard (Sound).
With I SEE YOU, The Flea Theater continues its commitment to creating theater that is accessible to all. Every production at The Flea will have a limited number of $15 tickets available on a first-come-first- served basis. We also will be continuing with our Pay What You Can performances on Tuesday nights Upstairs at The Flea. Pay What You Can tickets are available one hour prior to performance.
I SEE YOU runs November 7 – December 21, Tuesday-Saturday at 7PM, Saturday-Sunday at 3PM; except November 25-30. The Flea Theater is located at 41 White Street between Church and Broadway, three blocks south of Canal, close to the A/C/E, N/R/Q, 6, J/M/Z and 1 subway lines. Tickets are $15 – $70 with the lowest priced tickets available on a first-come, first-served basis. VIP tickets available for $100.
Pay What You Can every Tuesdays at the door.
For Tickets call 212 226-2407 or go to www.theflea.org
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