From the first crash at the Towers to a last goodbye at Ground Zero, 110 Stories takes us through 9/11 as told by those who were there. Based on interviews, this docu-play weaves together stories not shown on the news, from people we can relate to...a mother, a photojournalist, an ironworker, a chiropractor, and a homeless man who saved lives that day. Their unflinching, freaked-out and occasionally funny accounts take us back to when 9/11 was unimaginable, capturing the shock and horror of the day as well as the resilience of New York City in its aftermath. Remaining apolitical, 110 Stories memorializes September 11th by humanizing history to reveal our innate compassion. 

Casting needs: 8-26 any gender, ages 18+

The show will be a staged reading, the actors with scripts in-hand during performances. While actors will not be expected to memorize their lines, they will need to know the script well enough to create clear characters and to connect with the audience and their castmates. The script includes strong language and descriptions of violence. Actors may be mulit-cast.

Rehearsal schedule:

July 15-18 (6pm), 26 (6pm), 27 & 28 (2pm)

Aug 2 (6pm), 3-4 (2pm), 9 (6pm), 10-11 (2pm)

Performance schedule: Aug 16 (7:30pm), Aug 17-18 (2pm)