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Funded in part by the New York State Council on the Arts, with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

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Worth St. 

A two-night Benefit performance for Royal Family's Emerging Artist Program

Written by Christina Franklin
Movement Direction by Lorna Ventura
Directed by Christina Franklin and Lorna Ventura

Worth St. is the story of a makeshift homeless family living in their makeshift house — an abandoned train station in Downtown Manhattan. When disaster hits the city, the family’s loyalty to each other is compromised as they emerge from underground while fighting to keep their secrets buried.

A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO THEATRE AUTHORITY

WORTH ST. was performed on: 
 

SUNDAY, JUNE 9TH AT 3PM

MONDAY, JUNE 10TH AT 6:30PM

PHOTO: © 2019 Russ Rowland

WRITTEN BY CHRISTINA FRANKLIN
 
FEATURING Charlotte Cohn*, Evan Crommett, Daniel Estrella, Kenney M. Green*, Yael Reich, Romello Rodriguez, Erik Saxvik*, and Richard E. Waits*
Emerging Artist Mentorship by Chris Henry

 
Set & Lighting Design / Madeleine Hebert
 

Costume Coordinator Gabrielle Grenell

Production Stage Manager / Lisa R. Stafford
Sound Design / Ryan Schwalm
 

Technical Supervisor Adina Valerio

Music Direction / Matthew Gregory
  and Kenney M. Green
Movement Direction by Lorna Ventura
Directed by Christina Franklin with Lorna Ventura
 
YOUTH ENSEMBLE Rosie Barker, Kaitlyn Dieppa, Ashley Figuroa, Elizabeth Fitzpatrick, Oona Higgins, Subiya Mboya, Molly Oates, Marissa O’Brien, Eden Rolle, Lucy Taylor, Adja Thomas, Lily Ventura, Violet Young, Clara Young

 
"Last year, Chris approached me with the opportunity to be Royal Family’s emerging artist of 2019. [The] kind of support [that Royal Family showed me] at this stage in my career is rare and it has changed me forever. There are a lot of people that tell you “no” for a lot of reasons. Chris and everyone at Royal Family welcomed me to the playground. They told me how to have fun and how to stay safe…but ultimately let me play on my own and make my own decisions. That freedom is invaluable. Without it, one doesn’t get the chance to learn about themselves as an artist and a human being. This process has taught me so much. I was sure that this play would live on my desktop forever. Chris and everyone at Royal Family have provided me with an opportunity that I will never forget."
Christina Franklin Emerging Artist 2018-2019