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The Effect

Dates: Apr 17-May 10, 2020
Run Time: TBA
Location: The Falls Theatre

Hearts racing. Minds reeling. Knees buckling. Connie and Tristan have palpable chemistry— or is it a side effect of a new antidepressant? They are volunteers in a clinical trial, but their sudden and illicit romance forces the supervising doctors to face off over the ethical consequences of their work.

Cast 
Paul Morgan Stetler, Dr Toby Sealey
Alexandra Tavares, Lorna James
Sofia Sanchez, Connie Hall
Adam Standley, Tristan Frey

Creative Team
Tracy Young,
 Director
Lex Marcos, Set Designer
Christine Tschirgi, Costume Designer
Jessica Trundy, Lighting Designer
Erin Bednarz, Sound Designer
Tristan Roberson, Projections Designer
Sarah Lozoff, Intimacy Designer
Jeffrey K. Hanson, Stage Manager

Red Carpet Opening Night | April 23
Enjoy a complimentary glass of champagne and be a part of the excitement on Opening Night!

Dialogue | April 26 (Evening) & May 7
Facilitated conversations after the performance with members of the audience about the themes of the play.

Behind the Scenes | April 21
Get closer to the artists through interviews with the creative minds behind each show before the performance.

Cast Chat | May 3 (Evening), May 5 (Evening), & May 9 (Matinee)
Conversations with the cast members following the performance.

Age & Content Considerations: ACT believes that our patrons can determine what is offensive for themselves, and what is appropriate for their children. We don’t create age restrictions but do our best to offer content advisories for each show. For detailed information about show content and possible triggers, please contact communications@acttheatre.org.

“…keeps unwinding in fascinating, organic directions…What started as a clean and narrowly defined ‘situation’ play by the end leaves you feeling you have experienced a hefty chunk of human possibility…”
—New York Magazine.