Fraunces Tavern® Museum presents

ANDROBOROS: Villain of the State

The World Premiere of America's First Play

"The plot and biting political humor of the play remains potent today, and the enormous energy and talent put into this production make it worth checking out" —OnStage Blog

Androboros: a Biograhical Farce in three acts cover page

by Governor Robert Hunter (1666–1734), based on the true crime story, the 1714 Vestment Scandal

Every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday in October 2017
All shows 7pm
Previews: October 6, 7, 8 Opening Night: Monday, October 9
Playing: October 13, 14, 15 and 20, 21, 22 and 27, 28, 29
Running time: 75 minutes

Fraunces Tavern Museum, 54 Pearl Street, NYC
General Admission: $20;
Museum Members, seniors, students: $15
Previews: $10
Children under 12: Free

American Colonist Throwing a Pile of Poop

Before Hamilton, before Washington, before most of Manhattan, there was Androboros—the villain who tried to end New York's beginning and failed to make America great. A comic retelling of America's 1st political gridlock!

Kendra Augustin, Oliver Burns*, Oscar Castillo*, Iftiaz Haroon, Bianca Ilich, Roy Koshy, Caiti Lattimer, Hank Lin, Amy Marin, Zoe Raphael*, Matt Roper, Yasmin Schancer, Benjamin Strate
and Trav S.D. as The Teller
Live music by Maria Dessena and Rob Mitzner

adapted by S.M. Dale
additional text by Peter Davis
dramaturgy by Barbara Yoshida
choreography by Diana Byrne
composed by Spencer Katzman
directed by Ralph Lewis

Costumes: Cathy Small
Lighting: David Castaneda
Projections: King Man Ho
Animation: Blue Bliss
Artwork: Ward Sutton
Partnering: Lynn Neuman
Casting: Nomi Tichman
Press Representative: Scotti Rhodes Public Relations
Producers: Ralph Lewis, Barry Rowell and Catherine Porter

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