The Late Wedding - Promotional Images

Promo Images and Some Behind-the-Scenes fun from THE LATE WEDDING by Christopher Chen. This new play will receive its world premiere production in Septemeber/October 2014 with Crowded Fire Theater.
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The cast for Crowded Fire Theater's world premier of THE LATE WEDDING (2014). From top left moving clockwise: Michele Leavy, Ogie Zulueta, Lauren Spencer, Michael Anthony Torres, Lawrence Radecker, and Kathryn Zdan.

The cast for Crowded Fire Theater's world premier of THE LATE WEDDING (2014). From top left moving clockwise: Michele Leavy, Ogie Zulueta, Lauren Spencer, Michael Anthony Torres, Lawrence Radecker, and Kathryn Zdan.

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Promotional artwork for THE LATE WEDDING, kaleidoscopic, mind-bending, and ultimately luminous journey of the soul by Christopher Chen premiering at Crowded Fire Theater in 2014. Artwork by Cheshire Isaacs.

Promotional artwork for THE LATE WEDDING, kaleidoscopic, mind-bending, and ultimately luminous journey of the soul by Christopher Chen premiering at Crowded Fire Theater in 2014. Artwork by Cheshire Isaacs.

Playwright Christopher Chen. Chen's THE HUNDRED FLOWERS PROJECT premiered with Crowded Fire in 2012 (co-production with Playwrights Foundation). THE LATE WEDDING will premiere in 2014.  Photo by Abie Hadjitarkahni

Playwright Christopher Chen. Chen's THE HUNDRED FLOWERS PROJECT premiered with Crowded Fire in 2012 (co-production with Playwrights Foundation). THE LATE WEDDING will premiere in 2014. Photo by Abie Hadjitarkahni

Lawrence Radecker is part of a mysterious shape-shifting chorus of narrators in Christopher Chen’s kaleidoscopic new play, The Late Wedding commissioned by and premiering at Crowded Fire Theater.  Photo by Cheshire Isaacs

Lawrence Radecker is part of a mysterious shape-shifting chorus of narrators in Christopher Chen’s kaleidoscopic new play, The Late Wedding commissioned by and premiering at Crowded Fire Theater. Photo by Cheshire Isaacs

Christopher Chen’s THE LATE WEDDING is a shadowy exploration into themes of distance, dislocation, and transience in internet-age relationships. Lauren Spencer and Kathryn Zdan are part of a fluid six person ensemble performing in Crowded Fire Theater’s world premiere production this fall. Photo by Cheshire Isaacs.

Christopher Chen’s THE LATE WEDDING is a shadowy exploration into themes of distance, dislocation, and transience in internet-age relationships. Lauren Spencer and Kathryn Zdan are part of a fluid six person ensemble performing in Crowded Fire Theater’s world premiere production this fall. Photo by Cheshire Isaacs.

Lawrence Radecker is one of many unreliable narrators in Christopher Chen’s dynamic new play The Late Wedding commissioned by and premiering at Crowded Fire Theater.  Photo by Cheshire Isaacs

Lawrence Radecker is one of many unreliable narrators in Christopher Chen’s dynamic new play The Late Wedding commissioned by and premiering at Crowded Fire Theater. Photo by Cheshire Isaacs

Lauren Spencer and Kathryn Zdan are two of the six actors performing in Crowded Fire Theater’s world premiere of Christopher Chen’s The Late Wedding inspired by the works of Italian fabulist novelist Italo Calvino.  Photo by Cheshire Isaacs

Lauren Spencer and Kathryn Zdan are two of the six actors performing in Crowded Fire Theater’s world premiere of Christopher Chen’s The Late Wedding inspired by the works of Italian fabulist novelist Italo Calvino. Photo by Cheshire Isaacs


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