In Rehearsal With Transport Group's Helen Keller-Inspired Three Days to See
The new production is conceived and directed by Jack Cummings III.
Transport Group offered a press preview of Three Days to See, a new performance piece conceived and directed by Artistic Director Jack Cummings III, on June 25. The production will run July 12-August 16 at Theatre 79.
Three Days to See, which is based on the words of Helen Keller, creates a portrait of the deaf and blind author and activist. The work is described as an event that will "joyfully demolish and reconstruct everything you thought you knew about this utterly unique American icon and introduce you to Keller's revelatory and singular take on culture, feminism, romance and politics."
The cast includes Ito Aghayere (Orange Is the New Black), Patrick Boll (Mamma Mia!), Marc delaCruz (If/Then), Theresa McCarthy (Queen of the Mist), Chinaza Uche (Bintou), Barbara Walsh (Company), and Zoe Wilson.
Founded in 2001 by Jack Cummings III and Robyn Hussa, Transport Group has produced 23 shows, including 12 plays and 11 musicals. In addition to mainstage productions, Transport Group also produces readings, developmental labs, concerts, and other special events.
For tickets to Three Days to See, click here.