Producers Club Fall 2020

What Is Now In Process?

Now In Process

Select Now In Process Alumni include: 

Dennis Yueh-Yeh Li 

April Ranger & Éamon Boylan

Downtown Negro
(Nia Farrell w/Trevor Latez Hayes)

Joshua William Gelb

Alex Hare & Zhailon Levingston & Nehemiah Luckett 

Lanxing Fu & Jeremy Pickard 

Drew Weinstein & Sean Pollock 

Eliza Bent & Knud Adams 

Kyoung’s Pacific Beat (Kyoung H. Park & Carlos Armesto)

Meta-Phys Ed.
(Jesse Freedman)

Radical Evolution
(Beto O’Byrne & Meropi Peponides & Rebecca Martinez)

Theatre Reconstruction Ensemble

Sinking Ship Productions
(The Hunger Artist) 

Producers Club 2020


November 21-22, 2020

Written & performed by Mike Lala & Iris McCloughan

What from your past have you been looking for, since then? In this digitally mediated performance-cum-chronicle, two poets move through a complex exchange around memory, desire, and the allure of what might have been.

Mike Lala and Iris McCloughan are poets and performance makers in New York City. Iris is the winner of the 2018 Stanley Kunitz Memorial Prize and author of the chapbooks No Harbor and Triptych. Mike is the author of Exit Theater, winner of the 2016 Colorado Prize, and the chapbooks Twenty-Four Exits and In the Gun Cabinet. 

2020-2021 Season
40 min.
All performances begin at 7 PM


November 17-18

Written & performed by Non Kuramoto

You’re invited to a virtual tour of a Japanese sentou with Non Kuramoto. She muses on being a first-generation immigrant and the changing ideals of familial love, as international borders become increasingly volatile.

Non Kuramoto is an iconic feminist-art-queer. She is a slut for all art-forms, dipping toes and mixing-and-matching in any way that she sees fit; Stand up, playwriting, music, sketch comedy, visual art, whatever works. IG: @nyanchatte

Kiyo Kamisawa (Dramaturg) is a theatre maker passionate about bridging different cultures through poetic language and expressive movement. Originally from Tokyo, she has recently worked at Bushwick Starr and Prototype Festival. 

2020-2021 Season
45 min.
All performances 7 PM

Brenner / Stolpovskaya / Margron

Directed by Anna Brenner and created with the ensemble

Part murder mystery, part spiritual quest, this freewheeling distillation of Dostoevsky’s classic is mapped onto a modern American story about race, justice, trauma, and love. This project was mid-run at the New Ohio when the pandemic hit and is now being developed for film.

Performed by Rami MargronRoss CowanRachael RichmanMary Tuomanen
Cinematography: Tatiana Stolpovskaya
Editor: Yana Biryukova


Anna Brenner (she/her) is a director and writer focusing on ensemble-based work in theater and film. She has directed at Bushwick Starr, Theatreworks, The Living Theatre, and PS122, among others. Anna curated the Stone Open House with Laurie Anderson and was the Artistic Associate at Classic Stage Company.

Tatiana Stolpovskaya (she/her) is a NYC based cinematographer and a new media artist, originally from Moscow. Her work explores themes related to immigration and LQBTQ+

Rami Margron (they/them) is an actor and dancer originally from Oakland CA. Rami has performed at Actors Theatre of Louisville, The Old Globe, Berkeley Rep, and Long Wharf, among others. Rami specializes in Haitian dance and other dances of the African diaspora.

2020-2021 Season
Tickets Pay What You Will, suggested ticket price is $10
40 min.
pc-start time

Created by Keenan Oliphant

Performance by Nicholas McGovern

This performance poem chronicles a fictional Chet Baker drug-induced high in which Baker morphs into Icarus chasing the sun.

Sound Design: Jacob Robinson

Keenan Tyler Oliphant is a Theatre-maker and Director from Cape Town, South Africa. Keenan’s work is in the lineage of the South African communal theatre-making and storytelling rituals and traditions and is deeply interested in the merging of disciplines, art mediums and forms in an attempt to expand, dismantle and destabilize western theatre and performance.


2020-2021 Season
50 min.
All performances 7 PM
Producers Club is generously supported, in part, by grants from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council; the New York State Council on the Arts, with the support of Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature; and the Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation. Subsidized studio space provided by the A.R.T./New York Creative Space Grant, supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.