Written by Victor Lesniewski
Directed by Michelle Bossy
November 2013 - The Wild Project
Presented in association with Plum Productions.
Developed in part at SPACE on Ryder Farm.
This production was made possible by the generous support of Ted Snowden.
A biting play about the power and limitations of communication, altruism, and faith.
Featuring Casey Biggs, Catherine Curtin, Ema Lakovic, Alex Mickiewicz
Set Design: Heather Freeman
Lighting Design: Nicholas Houfek
Costume Design: Joseph Blaha
Sound Design: Anthony Mattana
Projection Design: Dylan Bean
Reviews & Press
She Won’t Talk, but Everyone Else Does
Saturday, November 16, 2013
Directed by Michelle Bossy, “Cloven Tongues” is very far from flawless. Yet in a downtown theater scene that often prizes pretension and snark over coherence and craft, it can feel like the only adult around. Even if you never see the play, be a little glad it’s there.
Ken Jaworowski, New York Times
Cloven Tongues Review
Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Cloven Tongues raises interesting questions about the lies we tell ourselves in order to survive and about what can happen when we let the lies go.
Pete Hempstead, Theatermania
A Big Voice in a Small Room
Monday, November 11, 2013
We've reached a time when Broadway is producing shows based on movies and is habitually reviving old revivals, so Saturday night I was pleased to find a solid new drama in a small (89-seat) East Village theater. It's been a very long time since I've seen a show in such an intimate space and I'd forgotten what a challenge and a treat it can be for the cast and audience.
"The play is really a mystery," explains director Michelle Bossy. "There's someone on the stage and she is not telling us anything about herself and we spend a good part of the play wondering what's wrong with her and how to fix her. It gets unlocked when a miracle - some kind of miracle -- happens on stage. It's very theatrical and very exciting."
Rob Taub, The Huffington Post