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A Very Herrera Holiday
By Alexis Scheer | Directed by Sarah Shin

Lifestyle blogger Emma Herrera is live on Zoom to walk you through her favorite seasonal drinks and crafts, and perhaps let some relationship frustrations slip—after all, who isn’t looking for a little space from their spouse these days? But there’s a lot of rum in that coquito, and something’s weird about the homemade wrapping paper… A Very Herrera Holiday is a darkly comedic look at an influencer who may be sharing more than festive fun.


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By Miranda Austen ADEkoje | Directed by Dawn M. Simmons

Monica Jenae is a freelance commercial producer.  In a moment of intense frustration, she does an Instagram live hoping her baby will stay asleep as she waits for her black, male film crew to return from a COVID rapid testing site in the suburbs.  As she bleeds her story out and the internet’s comments pour in, the gnarled, twisted strands of racism, privilege and inequity in the noose of the global pandemic tighten, giving her followers a front row seat to the suffocating effects of white supremacy.

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Who's Who


Cast

Amanda Figueroa

Emma Herrera
Jasmine M. Rush

Monica Jenae

Creative Team

Alexis Scheer

Playwright: "A Very Herrera Holiday"
Sarah Shin

Director "A Very Herrera Holiday"
Geena M. Forristall

Stage Manager "A Very Herrera Holiday"
Steven Doucette

Props Master "A Very Herrera Holiday"
Zöe Sundra

Costume Designer
Vijay Mathew

Livestream Designer
Erica Huang

Sound Designer "A Very Herrera Holiday"
Miranda Austen ADEkoje

Playwright
Dawn M. Simmons

Director "[keyp-ing]"
Elizabeth Ramirez

Stage Manager "[keyp-ing]"
Lauren Corcuera

Props Master "[keyp-ing]"
Brendan F. Doyle

Sound Designer

Meet the Company


Amanda Figueroa (Emma Herrera)

(she/hers) is a first generation actor whose mother was born in Dominican Republic and whose father was born in Puerto Rico. She is grateful to be working with friendly familiar faces and doing so with her first one woman play! Previous credits include “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” (Amazon Prime Video), Dead House, and The Tragic Ecstasy of Girlhood (Boston Playwrights’ Theater). Amanda received her BFA in Acting from Boston University on a full, talent-based scholarship. She resides in New York City.

Jasmine M. Rush (Monica Jenae)

(she/her/hers) is a Brooklyn-based, African American actress and writer born and raised in Milwaukee, WI. Classically trained, she has worked nationally on stage, film, and television. She holds a BA in Theatre Arts from University of Minnesota – Twin Cities and earned her MFA in Classical Acting from Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Academy of Classical Acting at George Washington University. She is a proud member of both SAG-AFTRA and Actor’s Equity Association.

OFF-BROADWAY: Joe’s Pub / The Public Theatre: As Much As I Can. BOSTON: Lyric Stage Company of Boston (select): Barbecue , Saturday Night/Sunday Morning; Greater Boston Stage Company/Stoneham Theatre: Laura; Bridge Rep of Boston: The Forgetting Curve.

REGIONAL (select): Shakespeare Theatre Company: The Amen Corner; Sierra Rep Theatre: Intimate Apparel; Philip Glass Days and Nights Festival: MUD; TV: Bull, Blue Bloods, The Sinner, Difficult People. OTHER: Quick Silver Theater Company (NYC): Company Member

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Alexis Scheer (Playwright: "A Very Herrera Holiday")

(she/her/hers) is a playwright whose plays include Our Dear Dead Drug Lord (WP Theater/Second Stage, NYT Critic’s Pick, Outer Critics Circle John Gassner Award, Kilroy’s List, LTC Carnaval of New Latinx Work, Relentless Award semifinalist); Laughs in Spanish (Boston Playwrights’ Theatre, Kennedy Center’s Harold & Mimi Steinberg National Student Playwriting Award, NNPN Showcase), Christina (Roe Green Award), and The Sensational (Actors’ Theatre of Louisville). Her work has been developed at Oregon Shakespeare Festival, McCarter Theatre Center, Cleveland Playhouse, San Diego REP, and others. Currently commissioned by Manhattan Theatre Club, Second Stage, and Northern Stage. BFA: The Boston Conservatory. MFA: Boston University. www.alexisscheer.com

Sarah Shin (Director "A Very Herrera Holiday")

(she/her) is a Korean American actor/director/producer. Recent directing credits include The First Pineapple and Other Folktales, (Central Square Theater),  Nothing Rhymes with Juneteenth (Free Soil Arts Collective), Amputees (Boston University), and Asiamnesia (Brandeis University). Assistant Credits include My H8 Letter 2 the Gr8 American Theatre (Assistant Director, Public Theater, Ma-Yi Theatre/AYE DEFY), Endlings (Assistant Director, NYTW), Moby Dick (Choreography Assistant, American Repertory Theater). She is the Co-Founding Artistic Producer of Asian American Theatre Artists of Boston (AATAB). Sarah is also a proud Board Member of StageSource, and a Steering Committee Member of API Arts Network. BFA Theatre Arts, Boston University (@sarsi_bu). sarah-shin.com

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Geena M. Forristall (Stage Manager "A Very Herrera Holiday")

(they/them/theirs) is a producer, stage manager, and artist whose work centers on queerness, inclusive storytelling, and community building. They have stage managed with Central Square Theater, Lyric Stage Company, Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, Off The Grid Theatre Company, Company One Theatre, and the international tour of Kultar’s Mime, among others. In addition to stage management, they are the Membership Manager at StageSource, and recently (virtually) produced the Tales From Camp Strangewood and Nosferatu, the Vampyr with Sparkhaven Theatre (sparkhaventheatre.com). Geena is a member of Actors Equity Association, and holds a BFA from Hofstra University.

Steven Doucette (Props Master "A Very Herrera Holiday")

is a theatre artist local to Boston. He was the Huntington Theatre Company’s 2020 Props Apprentice, holds a BFA in scenic design from Boston University, and has done props for the Wheelock Family Theatre. Aside from BU and its affiliates, he has worked at the Des Moines Metro Opera as well as the Central City Opera; he was even contracted to work for the Tennessee William’s Theatre Festival this summer before the alteration of their season due to the pandemic. Though he works mainly in props and scenery, Steven also sews and writes plays.

Zöe Sundra (Costume Designer)

(she/her/hers) is thrilled to be returning to New Repertory Theatre. Regional costume design credits include Bright Half Life at Actors’ Shakespeare Project, Nixon’s Nixon at New Repertory Theater, RagtimeStuart Little, and Charlotte’s Web at Wheelock Family Theater, Poppea at New England Conservatory and season four of “Ru Paul’s Drag Race All Stars.”

Sundra holds a degree from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. She teaches Costume Design at Boston Arts Academy and resides in Cambridge, MA

Vijay Mathew (Livestream Designer)

In the past decade, Vijay has helped to build the organizational capacity for several hundred nonprofit organizations worldwide to livestream their conferences, panel discussions, and performances — with an emphasis on prioritizing accessibility, inclusion, and resource efficiency. In the past year, Vijay supervised the production of more than 400 livestreamed events on behalf of the HowlRound Theatre Commons of which he is Co-founder and Cultural Strategist based at Emerson College in Boston. When using internet technologies, he is passionate about the intersections of accessibility, inclusion, the climate emergency, social change, and a post-carbon future. All of his work in these areas has been informed by a “commons” philosophy and social-justice values. He is a member of Crux cooperative—a visionary studio at the intersection of Black storytelling and immersive technology. Contact: vijay@crux.black, mobile: +1 917 686 3185.

Erica Huang (Sound Designer "A Very Herrera Holiday")

(she/they) is a multidisciplinary artist working in sound, film, music, and theatre. Her recent theatre credits include My H8 Letter to the Gr8 American Theatre (Sound Editor/Mixer, presented by Ma-Yi Theatre Company), Songs About Trains (guitar/banjo/percussion/vocals, New Ohio Theatre), and The First Pineapple and Other Folktales (Sound Designer, Central Square Theatre). She has also mixed podcasts for Netflix, Spotify, Southern Living, and American Theatre Magazine; composed music for PRX; sound designed for Constellations Audio, an upcoming Netflix podcast, and a handful of short films; and performed as an actor/musician around NYC.

Miranda Austen ADEkoje (Playwright )

is thrilled to be working with Michael Bobbitt and the New Rep team as a writer for the first time. Mrs. ADEkoje attended Brown University where she graduated with a B.A. in literature and cultures in English, after which she trained in London at the Rose Bruford college for Drama and received a Master’s degree with Distinction in Theatre Practices.  Her plays include I Am This Place (Revolutionary Spaces), Shelter of Last Resort (Front Porch Arts Collective Summer reading series, The Huntington Theatre Breaking Ground Reading Series, Company One XX PlayLab), 36 Days (Apollinaire Theatre New Play Night reading, Bob Jolly Fellowship Reading Series, Emerson College Student Workshop), The Strongest Shape (Paines Plough Future Perfect Finalist), Reply PleaseRequests and Sugar Moth.

Mrs. Adekoje has performed at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, and Theatre Royal Stratford as well as being named the Farrago Central London Slam Poet champion.  Stateside, Mrs. ADEkoje was a Playwright Fellow at the Tony Award-winning Huntington Theatre and is currently a member of the MUTT play writing collective.

Mrs. Adekoje is an award-winning actress whose credits include Shelia in Lost Tempo (Boston Playwright’s Theatre), Mrs. Mueller in Doubt (Stoneham Theatre) Valerie in the world premiere of Lydia Diamond’s Smart People, for which she won an IRNE Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Large Production (The Huntington Theatre), Lady Capulet in Romeo and Juliet and Silvia in Two Gentlemen of Verona (Actors’ Shakespeare Project), Shylock in Merchant
of Venus (Zero Point Theater), Susan in Race (New Repertory Theatre), and Oya/Shaunta Iyun in The Brother/Sister Plays (IRNE Award for Best Ensemble) and Selector in How We Got On (Elliot Norton Award nomination for Best Ensemble) at Company One.

Dawn M. Simmons (Director "[keyp-ing]")

(she/her/hers) is thrilled to be making her New Repertory Theatre debut. Recent credits include: The Nora Theater/WAM Theatre (Pipeline), Lyric Stage Company (The WizWarrior Class and Saturday Night Sunday Morning), Hibernian Hall (With Glittering Eyes), Actors’ Shakespeare Project (Macbeth), The Front Porch Arts Collective/Greater Boston Stage Company (The Three Musketeers), Greater Boston Stage Company (The Irish and How They Got That Way), SpeakEasy Stage Company (Just Cause (The Boston Project)Men On Boats), Bad Habit Productions (The Real Inspector Hound), Boston Public Works (Hard and Fast: A Love Story), New Exhibition Room (Smile), Fresh Ink Theatre (The Embryos). Dawn is also the Artistic Director of The Front Porch Arts Collective Online: www.frontporcharts.org and Executive Director of StageSource Online: www.stagesource.org

Elizabeth Ramirez (Stage Manager "[keyp-ing]")

(she/her/hers) is a Boston-area AEA stage manager and fringe theater director. She’s excited to return to New Repertory Theater after working on Lonely Planet, and Statements… as the ASM and Replacement SM. Previous local credits include Vanity Fair, A Christmas Carol, and Journey to the West (Central Square Theater), King Lear (Actors’ Shakespeare Project), Three Musketeers, The Salonnieres and Being Earnest (Greater Boston Stage Company), Caroline or Change (Moonbox Productions), Who is Eartha Mae (Bridge Repertory Theatre), The Music Man and Anything Goes (Reagle Music Theatre). She was the Artistic Director of The Calliope Project, and is now a company member and director at Flat Earth Theater. She is also a teaching artist and director at Kidstock Creative Theater in Winchester. Proud member and elected delegate of Actors Equity Association.

Lauren Corcuera (Props Master "[keyp-ing]")

As a theatre artist in the Boston Area, Lauren can be found working an array of positions from wardrobe, to painting, to props. She’s excited to be working with New Rep – particularly excited to further explore the world of digital theatre with them! Currently Lauren is the assistant prop director at Emerson College. Select prop credits include Noire Hamlet (CentAstage), Circle Mirror Transformation (Brandeis University), The AgitatorsBarefoot in the Park (Gloucester Stage), Breath and Imagination, Little Shop of Horrors, the Cake (Lyric Stage), Stupid F***ing Bird, and Men on Boats (Emerson Stage).

Brendan F. Doyle (Sound Designer )

is a sound designer, engineer, and artisan working primarily in live performance applications: theatrical sound design, live music, and bespoke audio objects. He holds a MSc in Sound Design from the University of Edinburgh, and a BFA in Theatre Design and Technology from Emerson College. His work has been heard in theatres, concert halls, bars, basements and other venues around the northeast and in Scotland. He is a proud member of United Scenic Artists Local USA 829.

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Earlier this year, New Rep Artistic Director Michael J. Bobbitt joined BroadwayWorld's Industry Pro to discuss being an Anti-Racist Instiution

New Repertory Theatre Presents Showstopper Virtual Play Series

New Repertory Theatre has commissioned two short plays to be performed live and virtually as part of the first installment of the new Showstopper Virtual Play Series, an evening of live theatre with a two-play in one-night package from the comfort and safety of your home. The Showstopper Virtual Play Series features [keyp-ing], written by Miranda ADEkoje, directed by Dawn M. Simmons, and A Very Herrera Holiday, written by Alexis Scheer, directed by Sarah Shin.

The Showstopper Virtual Play Series will run from November 21 - December 13 2020, with performances on Thursdays through Sundays. The week of Thanksgiving will only have performances Friday-Sunday. Each performance will run approximately 75 minutes including both plays and an intermission. Tickets are $30 for the two-play package.

"We are so thrilled to commission and produce two fantastic and original plays written and directed by female BIPOC playwrights and directors," shares New Rep Artistic Director, Michael J. Bobbitt. "We are saddened not to see our audiences' smiling faces in the MCA every day, but we have been working hard to bring you a night of theatre unlike any other. The Showstopper Virtual Play Series give us an opportunity to safely interact with our community and artists, while giving you a world premiere of unique theatre to watch right from your home, and an experience that encapsulates the magic of theatre."

Captions and pre-show audio description will be available for all performances. More information on accessibility can be viewed at https://www.newrep.org/productions/showstopper-virtual-plays.

Tickets are $30, and will be available for sale on November 4. More information about the Showstopper Virtual Play Series can be found at https://www.newrep.org/productions/showstopper-virtual-plays.

A Very Herrera Holiday

Lifestyle blogger Emma Herrera is live on Zoom to walk you through her favorite seasonal drinks and crafts, and perhaps let some relationship frustrations slip-after all, who isn't looking for a little space from their spouse these days? But there's a lot of rum in that coquito, and something's weird about the homemade wrapping paper... A Very Herrera Holiday is a darkly comedic look at an influencer who may be sharing more than festive fun.

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Caping: Blindly defending someone no matter how wrong they are.

Monica Jenae is a freelance commercial producer. In a moment of intense frustration, she does an Instagram live posting, hoping her baby will stay asleep as she waits for her black, male film crew to return from a COVID rapid testing site in the suburbs. As she bleeds her story out and the internet's comments pour in, the gnarled, twisted strands of racism, privilege and inequity in the noose of the global pandemic tighten, giving her followers a front row seat to the suffocating effects of white supremacy.


New Repertory Theatre Receives $50,000 CARES Act Grant From the National Endowment For The Arts 

New Repertory Theatre has received funding through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act from the National Endowment for the Arts in the amount of $50,000. These funds will be used to help support staff salaries.

Grants of $50,000 are offered to 846 organizations and 9 local arts agencies will receive $250,000 each to further award to arts organizations in their area. The National Endowment for the Arts received more than 3,100 eligible applications requesting $157 million for the $45 million available in direct assistance. The agency used more than 200 application readers and panelists to review and score each application using published criteria.

"All of us at the National Endowment for the Arts are keenly aware that arts organizations across the country are hurting, struggling, and trying to survive and that our supply of funding does not come close to meeting the demand for assistance," said Arts Endowment Chairman Mary Anne Carter. "That said, I am enormously proud of the over-and-above efforts of the Arts Endowment staff to swiftly and professionally manage such a large amount of additional work in a relatively short period of time on behalf of the American public."

"We are delighted and honored to receive this generous grant from the NEA," says Michael J. Bobbitt, Artistic Director of New Repertory Theatre. "These are such difficult times for the entire performing arts industry, and this grant will go a long way towards sustaining us while our doors are temporarily closed. Our projected financial losses are currently $505,000 or 30% of our annual operating budget. To receive this support from the NEA is very encouraging, and suggests to us that we're taking the right approach with our anti-racist, operational, and programmatic efforts during this pandemic."

Established by Congress in 1965, the National Endowment for the Arts is the independent federal agency whose funding and support gives Americans the opportunity to participate in the arts, exercise their imaginations, and develop their creative capacities. Through partnerships with state arts agencies, local leaders, other federal agencies, and the philanthropic sector, the Arts Endowment supports arts learning, affirms and celebrates America's rich and diverse cultural heritage, and extends its work to promote equal access to the arts in every community across America. Visit arts.gov to learn more.


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