Pulitzer Winner Annie Baker's Infinite Life Opens Off-Broadway September 12
Set in Northern California, the play centers on five women holding a philosophical conversation as they grapple with suffering and desire.
Infinite Life, the newest work from Pulitzer winner Annie Baker, officially opens Off-Broadway at Atlantic Theatre Company September 12 after beginning performances August 18. The run will continue through October 8.
Directed by James Macdonald, the production stars Marylouise Burke as Eileen, Mia Katigbak as Yvette, Christina Kirk as Sofi, Kristine Nielsen as Ginnie, Brenda Pressley as Elaine, and Pete Simpson as Nelson.
Set in Northern California, the play centers on five women holding a philosophical conversation in the open air as they grapple with suffering and desire.
Co-produced with London's National Theatre, Infinite Life features set design by dots, costume design by Asta Bennie Hostetter, makeup, hair, and special effects by Alfreda “Fre” Howard, lighting design by Isabella Byrd, sound design by Bray Poor, and props by Noah Mease. Caitlin Ryan O'Connell is the associate director, Laura Smith is the production stage manager, Ryan Patrick Kane is the assistant stage manager, and Sasha Milavic Davies is responsible for the production's movement.
For more information, visit AtlanticTheater.org.