“A stunning new play. Practically humming with tension. An all-around excellent production.”
LAURA COLLINS-HUGHES, THE NEW YORK TIMES
Off-Broadway’s buzziest new play Jonah is “always fascinating—an experiment in disorientation that is never less than very absorbing thanks to writer Rachel Bonds’ extraordinary gift for language” (The Wrap). This New York Times Critic’s Pick “is the kind of play that reveals itself slowly but entirely, without undermining its own considerable power by wrapping anything up neatly.”
Ana is away at school, far from home and deeply alone. When she meets Jonah, everything she's longed for begins falling into place—except that Jonah is not all he seems. What begins as an exploration of thrilling desire shifts into more complex negotiations of intimacy and survival that will keep you guessing until its final twisting moments. Danya Taymor directs “an all-around excellent production” (The New York Times).
Running time: 100 minutes. No intermission.
Advisory: This show has content which may be sensitive for some individuals. Haze and fog effects are used. Please click here for more information.
- Rachel Bonds
- Danya Taymor
- Set Design
- Wilson Chin
- Costume Design
- Kaye Voyce
- Lighting Design
- Amith Chandrashaker
- Sound Design
- Kate Marvin
- Hair and Make-up Design
- Tommy Kurzman
- Voice and Text Coach
- Gigi Buffington
- Morgan Auld
- Movement Coordinator
- Tilly Evans-Krueger
- Intimacy Coordinator
- Ann James
- Production Stage Manager
- Jennifer Rae Moore
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- Alec Baldwin
James Costa and John Archibald
Linda L. D’Onofrio
Peggy and Mark Ellis
Laura Pels International Foundation for Theater
Harold and Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust
Support for Jonah is generously provided by the Laurents/Hatcher Foundation.
Jonah receives funding from the Laura Pels Play Production Fund, established by a grant from The Laura Pels International Foundation for Theater.
Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre
Laura Pels Theatre
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