Unfortunately, due to a number of COVID-related delays and setbacks, we have had to cancel Stranded. Fortunately, enough of the process was able to happen for our students to realize valuable learning outcomes, despite not yielding a product that can be shared publicly.
We hope you will join us for an upcoming event: A new play reading of undergraduate Darby Sherwood's Zurich to Petersburg. Please check our event listings for more details as dates are finalized.
In a first-of-its-kind film project for UW Drama, four writers are creating five short screenplays based on themes present in Homer's The Odyssey, James Joyce's Ulysses, and our present-day lives: longing, missing and being missed, being stranded, and trying to get your message across through time and space. UW Drama faculty member Jeffrey Fracé directs a cast of graduate actors in this brand new film. The writers are Zahra Al Zuwayed, a creative writing graduate student in UW's Department of English, Eun Hye Kim, a 2019 UW graduate who recently published the book Yellow Boxes, Claire Fort, an 2016 alum of the PATP (MFA acting), and Darby Sherwood, a current UW Drama undergraduate.
By Zahra Al Zuwayed, Eun Hye Kim, Claire Fort, and Darby Sherwood
Directed by Jeffrey Fracé (UW Drama faculty member)
HOW WILL I WATCH THIS SHOW?
This film will be presented online. Single ticket holders and All-Access Pass Members will be emailed the link to access the film. This film will be available for on-demand streaming for two weeks in June, 2021.
|Nick Bryant||2nd-year MFA actor|
|Gretchen Hahn||2nd-year MFA actor|
|Asialani Holman||3rd-year MFA actor|
|Erica Matthews||3rd-year MFA actor|
|Antonio Mitchell||2nd-year MFA actor|
|Koo Park||2nd-year MFA actor|
|Andrés Rodriguez||3rd-year MFA actor|
|Jason Treviño||3rd-year MFA actor|
|Erika Vetter||3rd-year MFA actor|
|Amber Walker||2nd-year MFA actor|
|Production Designer||Joshua Legate||3rd-year MFA designer|
|Costume Designer||Martin Sanchez||3rd-year MFA designer|
|Director of Photography/Unit Production Manager||Jacob Arthur Sunday|
|Stage Manager||Emily Smith||undergraduate Drama major|