PRODUCTION PHOTOS

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Person of Interest character Matt Duggan gets his own wiki page!

Your favorite Person of Interest, Matt Duggan, gets his own wiki page!

Jeremy Beck in CBS's Person of Interest
Matt Duggan was a waiter and one of four persons who witnessed the car accident of a Congressman's son.

He along with Wendy McNally, Paula Vasquez, and Claire Ryan stole a quarter million dollars from the accident site.

He was killed by a bomb attached to a stroller standing in front of a motorcycle shop when he was about to buy a new Ducati motorcycle with the money he had stolen. 

Click here for the link:
http://personofinterest.wikia.com/wiki/Matt_Duggan

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

"Big Hungry World" Reading


Big Hungry World
a new play by Susan Bernfield
directed by Emma Griffin
presented with Katie Baldwin Eng


CAST:
Rory - Emma Galvin
Peter - Jeremy Beck
Howard - Greg Keller
Martha - Lynne McCollough
Catherine - Susan Bernfield

stage directions read by Natalie Rich


Catherine is a Silicon Valley billionaire who wants to give away her money - she thinks. Always a perfectionist, she is determined that her charity be as efficient and effective as everything else she's done in her life. But feeding the world is an unruly, messy business, where the rules she learned - and invented - don't apply. A play in three parts about goodness in the context of great privilege, and the moral value of work. 
(Summary source: Ensemble Studio Theatre and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation First Light)


Monday, September 16, 2013

Warner Bros. Pictures "Gods and Generals"


Jeremy Beck as Rob Lee, Jr. in "Gods and Generals"

Jeremy Beck (left) and John Castle (right) in "Gods and Generals"

(L to R) Stephen Lang, Robert Duvall, Jeremy Beck, John Castle in "Gods and Generals"



Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Reviews: "Beowulf: A Thousand Years of Baggage"

Jeremy Beck and Jason Craig
(Photo from http://www.bristol-culture.com)


"Jeremy Beck’s Grendel is excellent – 
cocky as he nonchalently leaps about the Trinity Centre, 
taunting Jason Craig’s stolid Beowulf – 
and having some tender moments 
with his monstrous mum (Jessica Jelliffe)." 

- Eleanor Turney, A Younger Theatre

"Grendel, his nemesis, is a young buck, 
a double for Beck [Hansen]."

- Dominic Smith, The Argus

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

"Beowulf - A Thousand Years of Baggage", Bristol & Brighton, U.K.


May 13th – 15th
Brighton Festival, Brighton, U.K.
7:30 pm
May 17th - 19th
MayFest, Bristol, U.K.
Trinity Centre, Old Market
7:30 pm, Sat 2:00 pm
70 mins
+44 (0)117 987 7877









Joyfully raucous and silly… brings out the power and the colour of the legend.

- The New Yorker


…a thrashing, bashing rendition of the ‘Beowulf’ story…with music that demands to be described as demented…
- New York Times


A clever, funny and thoroughly exhilarating take on the much-studied Old English poem, New York-based company, Banana Bag and Bodice reclaim Beowulf from years of academic analysis and return it to the raw and rousing style of Anglo-Saxon storytelling. The tale of Beowulf and his battles with the monster Grendel and Grendel’s vengeful mother is brought brilliantly up to date, with an explosive seven-piece band whose musical language veers from Romantic lieder, Weill-esque cabaret and 1940s jazz to punk and electronica.

Part lecture, part mead-hall romp, Beowulf – A Thousand Years of Baggage is an award-winning mix of reverence, provocation and satire that creates sharp, visceral and jubilant entertainment. It is a unique, beer-soaked celebration of monsters, heroes, battles and great music-making.

A SongPlay by Banana Bag & Bodice
Text and lyrics by Jason Craig
Music by Dave Malloy
Co-directors Rod Hipskind, Mallory Catlett
Lighting Design Miranda Hardy
Music Director Rick Burkhardt
Sound Design Charles Shell
Choreography Shaye Troha, Anna Ishida
Costume Design SF Bufoons and Enver Chakartash
Production Stage Manager Kelly Shaffer-Allen
Dramaturgy Mallory Catlett
Assistant Lighting Design Eileen Goddard
Light Board Operator Justin Paice
Additional Sound Crew Jesse Vengrove

Trombone Jen Baker, Andy Strain
Grendel/Academic 1 Jeremy Beck
Academic 3 Lisa Clair
Beowulf Jason Craig
Warrior Vocals Anna Ishida, Shaye Troha
Academic 2 Jessica Jelliffe
Guitar Sam Kulik
Clarinet/Bass Clarinet Mario Maggio
King Hrothgar/Piano Rick Burkhardt
Bass Blake Newman
Drums Peter Wise



Extra Information & Links
BBB’s website

Monday, April 22, 2013

"Beowulf - A Thousand Years of Baggage" at A.R.T. (American Repertory Theatre), Boston

Beowulf - A Thousand Years of Baggage
A.R.T. Season
OBERON Shows
April 25th, 2013 
click image to link to A.R.T. page:
"Joyfully raucous and silly… brings out the power and the color of the legend”
- The New Yorker
click link below to view interview about this production:
OBERON becomes a 21st century mead hall in this passionate retelling of the Old English epic poem. Watch as Beowulf sings, struts and slashes his way through a thousand years of literary scholarship, revealing the raw and rowdy SongPlay within.  Featuring original music that combines Weillian cabaret, 40’s jazz harmony, punk, electronica and Romantic Lieder composed by Dave Malloy from last season’s sold-out Three Pianos. 




A SongPlay by Banana Bag & Bodice
Text and lyrics by Jason Craig
Music by Dave Malloy
Co-directors Rod Hipskind, Mallory Catlett
Lighting Design Miranda Hardy
Music Director Rick Burkhardt
Sound Design Charles Shell
Choreography Shaye Troha, Anna Ishida
Costume Design SF Bufoons and Enver Chakartash
Production Stage Manager Kelly Shaffer-Allen
Dramaturgy Mallory Catlett
Assistant Lighting Design Eileen Goddard
Light Board Operator Justin Paice
Additional Sound Crew Jesse Vengrove

Trombone Jen Baker, Andy Strain
Grendel/Academic 1 Jeremy Beck
Academic 3 Lisa Clair
Beowulf Jason Craig
Warrior Vocals Anna Ishida, Shaye Troha
Academic 2 Jessica Jelliffe
Guitar Sam Kulik
Clarinet/Bass Clarinet Mario Maggio
King Hrothgar/Piano Rick Burkhardt
Bass Blake Newman
Drums Peter Wise

Friday, February 1, 2013

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

The Snow Queen Workshop

CULTUREMART 2013: The Snow Queen
HERE, NYC


Come see Jeremy as Kai.

An innovative re-telling for adults and older kids of Hans Christian Andersen's classic story. This episodic tale of a girl who travels barefoot through the world in search of her childhood friend, abducted by the Snow Queen, is structured as seven self-contained stories within a larger story; a staged cycle of songs and striking visuals. Written by Barbara Wiechmann and directed by Jeffrey Mousseau (creators of Aunt Leaf, developed through HARP and having premiered at HERE in 2010) with music composed by Lisa Dove.

Click here for interview with Wiechmann and Mousseau about the piece.

February 2nd, 2013, 7:00 pm
February 3rd, 2013, 2:00 pm
HERE
145 6th Avenue
New York, NY 10013-1548

$10 | Advance
$15 | 24-hours prior
Student Rush FREE with ID. Click here for more info.


The Snow Queen was first presented as a rehearsed reading at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts as part of New Visions New Voices 2012. Support also provided by Foundation for Contemporary Arts.

A HARP Alum and startHERE Presentation.
Equity Approved Showcase
Photos: Mitali Ruths