See New Photos of Rattlestick Playwrights Theater's The Enclave
The production is presented as part of Rattlestick's Middle Voice program.
Rattlestick Playwrights Theater's production of Arthur Laurents's The Enclave is nearing the end of its sit-down at Rattlestick. Under the direction of Victor Cervantes Jr., the revival is presented by the company's Middle Voice program and toured the outer boroughs of Manhattan prior to its current run.
The 1973 play follows several friends who decide to move into a row of adjoining houses and must confront their prejudices when a member of the group announces that he will be moving in with his boyfriend.
David Greenspan plays Oliver, along with John J. Concado as Donnie, Joslyn Defreece as Cassie, Dan Domingues as Ben, Alexander Lambie as Roy Lee, Eve Lindley as Eleanor, Lisa Purrone as Janet, Anthony Ritosa as Wyman, and Mike Turner as Bruno.
The production features set design by Alexander Woodward, lighting design by Jennifer Fok, costume design by Anna Blazer, and sound design by Pornchanok Kanchanabanca.
Middle Voice, Rattlestick's Apprentice Company, is a collective of 26 multidisciplinary, ethnically diverse, theater artists between the ages of 18 and 30. During their time in the company, each Middle Voice member is tasked with creating a "mission project" that speaks to them aesthetically, politically, or socially, and addresses a need they perceive in the kinds of stories being represented on New York stages.