110 STORIES CELEBRITY BENEFITS
110 STORIES has been performed by actors including Ed Asner, Billy Crudup, Catherine Curtin, Ossie Davis, Ruby Dee, Noah Emmerich, Edie Falco, James Gandolfini, Neil Patrick Harris, John Hawkes, Jessica Hecht, Jon Heder, Katie Holmes, Neal Huff, Samuel L. Jackson, Sharon Lawrence, Melissa Leo, Aasif Mandvi, Katharine McPhee, James McCaffrey, Dash Mihok, Cynthia Nixon, Tonya Pinkins, Jeremy Piven, Jay O. Sanders, Susan Sarandon, Stelio Savante, Pablo Schreiber, Tony Shalhoub, Daniel Sunjata, D.B. Sweeney, Kathleen Turner, John Turturro, Ben Vereen, among others.
110 STORIES has been staged at The Vineyard Theatre, Public Theater, Geffen Playhouse, Skirball Center for the Performing Arts and Town Hall where excerpts were included in “Brave New World: American Theater Responds to 9/11."
Directors have included Rudolf Buitendach, Barry Edelstein, Mark Freiburger and Gregory Mosher. Producers have included Andrew Carlberg, Eric Dean, Ethan Kogan, Jennifer Maloney-Prezioso, Samira Qureshi, Stelio Savante, Jessica Silvetti and David Urrutia.
Nate Holden Center for the Performing Arts (Los Angeles, 2013)
CAST: Steven Bauer, Jon Heder, Ernie Hudson, Ethan Kogan, Benito Matinez, Sal Masekela, Dash Mihok, Nicki Micheaux, Sydney Tamiia Poitier, Stelio Savante, Jessica Silvetti, Diane Venora. DIRECTED BY Rudolf Buitendach. PRODUCERS: Ethan Kogan, Stelio Savante, Jessica Silvetti.
Skirball Center for the Performing Arts (New York City, 2011)
CAST: Stephen Baldwin, Mario Cantone, Billy Crudup, John Doman, Noah Emmerich, Jessica Hecht, Katie Holmes, Samuel L. Jackson, Melissa Leo, Ralph Macchio, Aasif Mandvi, Cynthia Nixon, Vincent Piazza, Jeremy Piven, Andre Royo, Stelio Savante, Pablo Schreiber, Annabella Sciorra, Tony Shalhoub, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Tamara Tunie, Kathleen Turner, Ben Vereen, Merritt Wever, Frank Whaley. DIRECTED BY Gregory Mosher. PRODUCERS: Jennifer Maloney-Prezioso, Stelio Savante, Cori Silberman and Samira Qureshi.
Geffen Playhouse (Los Angeles, 2010)
CAST: Maria Conchita Alonso, Ed Asner, Michael Beach, John Hawkes, Sharon Lawrence, Katharine McPhee, Joseph C. Phillips, Gail O'Grady, Nic Harcourt, Stelio Savante, Sophie Sinise, D. B. Sweeney, Nicholas Turturro, Diane Venora, Malcolm-Jamal Warner, Michael Welch. DIRECTED BY Mark Freiburger. PRODUCERS: Andrew Carlberg and Stelio Savante.
Public Theater (New York City, 2004)
CAST: Jo Ann Allen, Ossie Davis, Ruby Dee, Edie Falco, James Gandolfini, Neil Patrick Harris, Michael Hayden, Neal Huff, Adam Lake, Anna Li, Mary Stuart Masterson, James McCaffrey, Janessa Olson, Tonya Pinkins, Maceo Rosa, Jay O. Sanders, Susan Sarandon, Stelio Savante, Daniel Sunjata, Myra Lucretia Taylor, John Turturro. DIRECTED BY Sarah Tuft. PRODUCERS: Eric Dean, Samira Qureshi, Sarah Tuft and David Urrutia. Associate Producers: Maureen Look and Allegra Riggio
Vineyard Theatre (New York City, 2003)
CAST: Earl Baker, Jr., Cathy Curtin, Richard Fiske, Karen Kitz, Adam Lake, Anna Li, Anthony Ruivivar, Samantha Ryan, Thomas Ryan, Jay O. Sanders, Stelio Savante, John Stanisci, Melinda Wade. DIRECTED BY Sarah Tuft. PRODUCERS: Eric Dean and Sarah Tuft.
Town Hall (New York City, 2002)
Elias Koteas and Chita Rivera appeared in excepts of 110 STORIES as part of "Brave New World: American Theater Responds to 9/11.” DIRECTED BY Barry Edelstein. PRODUCERS: Erica Gould and J. Dakota Powell.
Grove Street Playhouse (New York City, 2001)
Rene Alberta, Richard Fiske, Hristo Hristov, Earl Hugens, Dep Kirkland, Amy Laxineta, Leslie Loye, Montgomery Maguire, Samantha Ryan, Thomas Ryan, Stelio Savante, Cilda Shur, John Stanisci, Heidi Wallace. DIRECTED BY Sarah Tuft. PRODUCERS: Mac Rogers, Sean and Jordana Williams of Gideon Productions' "Indivisible: Artists Unite for the Salvation Army.”
110 STORIES is published by Playscripts and has been produced internationally by community, regional, military and academic theaters in Arizona, California, Iowa, Florida, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Ohio, Virginia and Wisconsin as well as British Columbia, Canada and Bavaria, Germany.
110 STORIES IN THE ARMED FORCES
110 STORIES, with its first-hand accounts of people experiencing trauma and then recovery, has special resonance for those serving in the Armed Forces, many of whom signed up to serve in the wake of 9/11. The play makes the performing arts relevant to a community alienated from civilian concerns.
110 STORIES COMMUNITY, REGIONAL AND ACADEMIC PRODUCTIONS
110 STORIES is especially meaningful for high school drama students, who were toddlers when 9/11 happened and for whom 9/11 is history. Though 110 STORIES, new generation can remember 9/11 as an event that brought people together in service and compassion, as shown by these local news stories in Michigan and Florida.
September 2016 - Toledo Repertoire Theatre, Toledo, OH
September 2016 - Gaslight-Baker Theatre, Lockhart, TX
September 2016 - Riverstreet Theatre, Los Angeles, CA
September 2016 - Conway Community Arts Center, Conway, AR
September 2016 - Ankeny Community Theatre, Ankeny, IA
February 2016 - Whitefish High School, Whitefish, MT
January 2016 - San Juan Community Theatre, Friday Harbor, WA
November 2015 - Mount St Joseph Academy, Rutland, VT
October 2015 - Southview High School, Sylvania OH
September 2015 - Tate High School, Cantonment, FL
September 2015 - Army Entertainment, USAG BAVARIA, Germany
July 2015 - Goodrich Area Schools, Goodrich, MI
May 2015 - Oconomowoc High School, Oconomowoc, WI
May 2015 - Gallery 7 Theatre & Performing Arts, Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada
April 2015 - CCBC Barn Theater, Catonsville, MD
February 2015 - Greenville High School, Greenville, MI
December 2014 - Stoughton High School, Stoughton, MA
September 2014 - Osbourn High School, Manassas, VA
September 2014 – James R. Armstrong Theatre, Torrance, CA
September 2012 - Highlands Little Theatre Company, Sebring, FL