New York, NY; September 2015
From our marketing blurb: “Night Moths on the Wing, a thriller set in a dystopic political future, explores the ethics of war and the nature of truth. Can men on opposite sides of history strike a bargain in time?”
Right after moving to NYC after graduation, I worked as a new play/production dramaturg for Night Moths on the Wing written by Kimberly Kalaja and directed by Robert Castro.
We condensed the play from it’s original 110-minute version to a 60-minute version that fit in the festival’s parameters. Most importantly, Kimberly got to see her work onstage for the first time!