News: Laurizarry Presents "If I Did, You Deserved It" on June 21st as Part of the 2024 Queerly Festival

Indie theatre company Laurizarry will present If I Did, You Deserved It, written by Jess Lauricello - an NYC-based playwright, theatre director, indie theatre and film producer, dramaturg, actor, and tree-hugger who believes in you and aliens - and directed by Casey Kelly, as part of the 2024 Queerly Festival with FRIGID New York at UNDER St. Marks (94 St Marks Pl, New York, NY 10009) on Friday, June 21 at 7:00pm. Tickets (up to $25 on a sliding scale) are available for advance purchase at The performance will run approximately 90 minutes.

A party seemingly thrown by no one that you definitely wouldn’t have been invited to full of people that you hate, followed by eternal damnation! Come judge other people for fun. Don’t worry, you totally have every right to. If I Did, You Deserved It is a new play from award-losing playwright Jess Lauricello that’s probably a comedy. It’s a new take on No Exit that explores morality, shame, redemption, and generally fumbling the burden of being a person. If you ever wanted to watch a bunch of gay people be awful and go to Hell for every other conceivable reason than being gay, then Lauricello wrote this play for you.

The cast will feature Samson Macdermot (Rhinoceros, American Fruit), Annabella Pritchard (Meg, Hamlet), Luis Feliciano (The Climate Fables), Padraig Bond (The Climate Fables, Hamlet), Jaixa Irizarry (Lear, Americano, Emojiland), Pedro Vierre (Replaced!), Kristen Hoffman (The Climate Fables), and Joe Morris (The Importance of Being Earnest, The Threepenny Opera)

The creative team includes Jess Lauricello (Playwright), Casey Kelly (Director), Laurizarry (Producer), Hunter McIlvain (Stage Manager), Jack Jewell (Lighting Designer), Jaixa Irizarry (Costume Designer), Claudia Zajic (Sound Designer), Bella Saban (Props Designer), Haley Lopes (Dramaturg), and Monika Orzelowski (Script Consultant).

 @jesslauricello @laurizarry


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