Too Much Too Much Too Many

October 25, 2013—January 4, 2014

Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre Black Box Theatre

Now in its seventh season, Roundabout Underground presents a vibrant New York premiere by up-and-coming playwright Meghan Kennedy, directed by Tony® nominee Sheryl Kaller (Next Fall). 

Following the death of her husband, Rose locks herself in her bedroom for the better part of a year, leaving her daughter Emma to care for her through the closed door. When the church sends a pastor to help coax Rose out of her room, he soon finds that Rose is not the only one using barriers to hide her true feelings.

"An affecting new play."

, the new york times

Bittersweet, poignant and touchingly funny, Too Much, Too Much, Too Many is a compelling new drama about the walls we build to protect our hearts––and deciding when it’s time to break them down.

Too Much Too Much Too Many Cast

Emma
Rebecca Henderson
Pastor Hidge
Luke Kirby
James
James Rebhorn
Rose
Phyllis Somerville

Too Much Too Much Too Many Creative

Playwright
Meghan Kennedy
Director
Sheryl Kaller
Set Design
Wilson Chin
Costume Design
Jess Goldstein
Lighting Design
Zach Blane
Original Music & Sound Design
Broken Chord Collective
Production Stage Manager
Vanessa Coakley
Stage Manager
Catherine Lynch

Roundabout Underground is an initiative to showcase new plays that will either allow an experienced director to go back to his/her creative roots or give a debut production to an emerging writer or director. Robyn Goodman (Artistic Consultant to the Roundabout), who has significant artistic development experience, curates the initiative that continues to be a creative breeding ground for nurturing new talent.

Major support for this production provided by Jodi and Dan Glucksman.

New plays are supported by Roundabout Leaders for New Works: Alec Baldwin, Lois and Irvin Cohen, Peggy and Mark Ellis, Jodi Glucksman, Sylvia Golden, Caryn and James Magid, Laura Pels International Foundation for Theatre, Laura S. Rodgers, Harold and Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust, Yolanda R. Turocy, Deborah and Thomas Wallace, and Xerox Foundation.

Presented at

Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre

Black Box Theatre

111 West 46th Street

(between 6th and 7th Avenues)