My Sister in This House @ Deaf West Theatre, LA, CA

By Wendy Kesselman



Scenic Design by Tom Buderwitz, Costume Design by A. Jeffrey Schoenberg, Lighting Design by Leigh Allen, Sound Design by John Zalewski, Projection Design by Adam Flemming, Hair/Wig Design by Carol Doran, Casting Director – Michael Donovan, Production Stage Manager – Leia Crawford, Producer – Laura Hill, ASL Master & Executive Producer – David Kurs, Artistic Director – Ed Waterstreet


(Reviews Below Slideshow)


Amber Zion (Lea), Deanne Bray (Christine)
Amber Zion (Lea), Deanne Bray (Christine)
Jennifer Losi (Isabelle), Casey Kramer (Madame Danzard)
Jennifer Losi (Isabelle), Casey Kramer (Madame Danzard)
Deanne Bray (Christine), Jennifer Losi (Isabelle), Amber Zion (Lea), Casey Kramer (Madame Danzard)
Deanne Bray (Christine), Jennifer Losi (Isabelle), Amber Zion (Lea), Casey Kramer (Madame Danzard)
Jennifer Losi (Isabelle), Casey Kramer (Madame Danzard)
Jennifer Losi (Isabelle), Casey Kramer (Madame Danzard)
Deanne Bray (Christine), Amber Zion (Lea)
Deanne Bray (Christine), Amber Zion (Lea)
Amber Zion (Lea), Deanne Bray (Christine)
Darrin Revitz (Voice of Christine), Lindsay Evans (Voice of Lea)
Darrin Revitz (Voice of Christine), Lindsay Evans (Voice of Lea)
Jennifer Losi (Isabelle), Casey Kramer (Madame Danzard)
Jennifer Losi (Isabelle), Casey Kramer (Madame Danzard)
Casey Kramer (Madame Danzard), Jennifer Losi (Isabelle)
Casey Kramer (Madame Danzard), Jennifer Losi (Isabelle)
Amber Zion (Lea), Deanne Bray (Christine)
Amber Zion (Lea), Deanne Bray (Christine)
Jennifer Losi (Isabelle), Amber Zion (Lea)
Jennifer Losi (Isabelle), Amber Zion (Lea)
Kasey Cramer (Madame Danzard), Deanne Bray (Christine)
Kasey Cramer (Madame Danzard), Deanne Bray (Christine)
Deanne Bray (Christine), Amber Zion (Lea)
Deanne Bray (Christine), Amber Zion (Lea)
Amber Zion (Lea), Deanne Bray (Christine)
Amber Zion (Lea), Deanne Bray (Christine)
Deanne Bray (Christine), Amber Zion (Lea)
Deanne Bray (Christine), Amber Zion (Lea)
Amber Zion (Lea), Deanne Bray (Christine)
Amber Zion (Lea), Deanne Bray (Christine)
Casey Kramer (Madame Danzard), Deanne Bray (Christine)
Casey Kramer (Madame Danzard), Deanne Bray (Christine)
Troy Kotsur (Interpreter)
Troy Kotsur (Interpreter)
Amber Zion (Lea), Deanne Bray (Christine)
Amber Zion (Lea), Deanne Bray (Christine)
Full Company
Full Company
Playwright, Wendy Kesselman and Director, Michael Unger
Playwright, Wendy Kesselman and Director, Michael Unger
Marquee
Marquee
Director, Michael Unger - outside theatre
Director, Michael Unger - outside theatre
Director, Michael Unger and Friend, Jack Jason - at opening night party
Director, Michael Unger and Friend, Jack Jason - at opening night party
Darrin Revitz, Lindsay Evans, Ed Waterstreet (Artistic Director), Michael Unger (Director), Amber Zion, Deanne Bray, Kalen Feeney
Darrin Revitz, Lindsay Evans, Ed Waterstreet (Artistic Director), Michael Unger (Director), Amber Zion, Deanne Bray, Kalen Feeney
Darrin Revits, Lindsay Evans, Amber Zion and Deanne Bray at the opening night party
Darrin Revits, Lindsay Evans, Amber Zion and Deanne Bray at the opening night party
Director, Michael Unger - with his parents - at opening night party
Director, Michael Unger - with his parents - at opening night party
Director, Michael Unger, Playwright, Wendy Kesselman and Executive Producer and ASL Master, DJ Kurs
Director, Michael Unger, Playwright, Wendy Kesselman and Executive Producer and ASL Master, DJ Kurs
Figuring out the card game in rehearsal
Figuring out the card game in rehearsal
Our rehearsal studio
Our rehearsal studio

“… a striking new production by Deaf West. Director, Michael Unger and his cast create a rich world of ritual. … intensely erotic symbiosis… This may be the most embodied production I’ve ever seen in L.A. “My Sister” is an absorbing, often oppressive study of class and codependency.“ (LA Times)

“Through the thoughtfulness of playwright Wendy Kesselman and director Michael Unger, this production ideally suits Deaf West Theatre and its imaginative yet nonintrusive melding of the hearing and non-hearing worlds.” (Backstage)

“Handsomely staged…” (LA Weekly)