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The Man in the Sukkah

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Playwright Deborah Yarchun

Playwright Deborah Yarchun

The Man in the Sukkah

Directed by Annie Levy

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Aviva is new to Elaine and Harris's house. She's their foster daughter: they're not jewish, but she is, and now they've built her a Sukkah. It's weird and sweet, and there just might be someone hiding in it.  


Deborah’s play embraces the mystical, the dark, the frightening, in a way that would have made the yiddish masters proud. And she does it in a completely modern and theatrical voice.
— Artistic Director David Winitsky

Deborah Yarchun’s (Playwright) plays include The Aleph Complex, Portmanteaux, Painted Desert and Spinal Alignment. They have been developed at The New Harmony Project (upcoming), The Great Plains Theater Conference, Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre, Sanctuary Playwrights Theater, and WordBRIDGE and produced at Theater Master’s National MFA Playwrights Festival, Estrogenius Festival, The Samuel French Off Off Broadway Festival, Playwrights Horizons by Young Playwrights Inc, the Philadelphia Fringe Festival and at theaters across the United States and in Canada. Deborah’s honors include the Kennedy Center’s Jean Kennedy Smith Playwriting Award, University of Iowa’s Richard Maibaum Playwriting Award, and The Iowa Arts Fellowship. M.F.A University of Iowa, 2013.  

Annie G. Levy (Director) is a New York-based director and collaborative artist, who frequently works with Mythology.  Annie is a co-founder of warner | shaw, where she created and directed The Latvia Project (Dixon Place), SIX SEEDS: The Persephone Project (Theatre at the Tank, Space on White) and TREE ARMY: The CCC Project  (Irondale Theatre, Figment - Governors Island). Other recent credits include AMANUENSiS by Lauren Feldman (Northwoods Theatre Company) and Eyes, Stones by Elana Bell, which Annie co-adapted with Bell (The Green Building).  Recent awards include a 2010 LMCC Uptown/Downtown Artist and a 2012 Dorit & Gerald Paul Artists-in-Residence at Indiana University. Annie is a founding member of the international directors collective, The WorldWideLab and is a founding member of the literary series SWEET! Actors Reading Writers. She is a member of the Lincoln Center Theatre Directors Lab and an associate member of SDC. Annie is a theater lecturer at Pace University.  www.annieglevy.com