Past Productions

WHERE DO WE LIVE? is the story of a remarkable group of young New Yorkers at a turning point in their lives. From the author of FOUR and WHAT DIDN’T HAPPEN, a powerful and deeply moving new play about the times- and the places- in which we live.


Awards

Winners
OBIE Award for Playwriting
Nominations
GLAAD Media Award – Outstanding New York Theater: Broadway and Off-Broadway

Where Do We Live

April 21 - May 30, 2004

Written and Directed by Christopher Shinn
With Emily Bergl, Daryl Edwards, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Luke MacFarlane, Burl Moseley, Jacob Pitts, Aaron Stanford, Liz Stauber, Aaron Yoo
WHERE DO WE LIVE? is the story of a remarkable group of young New Yorkers at a turning point in their lives. From the author of FOUR and WHAT DIDN'T HAPPEN, a powerful and deeply moving new play about the times- and the places- in which we live.

Awards

Winners
OBIE Award for Playwriting
Nominations
GLAAD Media Award - Outstanding New York Theater: Broadway and Off-Broadway

Emily Bergl

(Patricia) Broadway: The Lion in Winter (Roundabout Theatre FANY People's Choice Award). Off-Broadway: Old Money (Lincoln Center premiere). Regional: The Country, Our Town (La Jolla Playhouse), Proof, The School for Wives (South Coast Repertory), Romeo and Juliet (Old Globe Theater), Once In a Lifetime, The Skin of Our Teeth (Williamstown Theatre Festival), Under Cover of Darkness (NY Stage and Film), Our Lady of 121st Street, The Rose Tattoo (LA Theater Works). TV: CSI:Miami, Enterprise, Steven Spielberg Presents Taken, Gilmore Girls, ER, NYPD Blue. Film: Chasing Sleep, Happy Campers, The Rage: Carrie II. Emily is a member of the Antaeus Theater Company in Los Angeles.

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Daryl Edwards

(Timothy/Security Guard) His most recent stage appearance was in the Broadway revival of Master Harold...and the Boys, understudying and performing for Danny Glover. He also appeared in the New York premiere of Miss Evers' Boys. On television he has been seen in all three Law & Order series, OZ, The Cosby Show and The Jury. His film credits include The Substitute 2, 13 Conversations, the John Sayles films City of Hope, Brother from Another Planet and The Manchurian Candidate.

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Jesse Tyler Ferguson

(Young Businessman 2/Billy/Young Art Student) Broadway: On The Town. Off-Broadway: The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told (Minetta Lane), Newyorkers (MTC), Hair (City Center Encores!), The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) (Century Theatre) and Michael John LaChiusa's Little Fish (Second Stage). Regional: William Finn's The 25th Annual Putnam Valley Spelling Bee (Barrington Stage Co.). Embarrassments (Wilma Theatre) Comedy of Errors (Hartford Stage) and David Sedaris' SantaLand Diaries (Pittsburgh City Theatre). Film/Television: Absolutely Fabulous (BBC), Sally Hemmings: An American Scandal (CBS Mini-series). Ordinary Sinner and Mercury In Retrograve. www.jessetylerferguson.com.

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Rachel Hauck

(Set Design) Vineyard: PICKED, A BOY AND HIS SOUL, WHERE DO WE LIVE, THE FOURTH SISTER. Recent NY: GO BACK TO WHERE YOU ARE (Playwright’s Horizons); THIS WIDE NIGHT (Naked Angels); ORANGE, HAT AND GRACE (SoHo Rep); CREATuRE (Page 73/New Georges); ETHEL:TRUCKSTOP (BAM Next Wave); BEEBO BRINKER  Ä(37 Arts), CATARACT (Womens Project). Recent Regional: AN ILIAD (McCarter). Resident scenic designer for the O’Neill Playwrights Festival since 2005. 

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Luke MacFarlane

(Stephen) Luke MacFarlane recently made his New York Theatre debut in Wendy Macleod's Juvenilia at Playwrights Horizons. Luke also made his feature film debut in Bill Condon's Kinsey. As a graduate of Julliard School he performed in productions of The School of Night, Blue Window, The Grapes of Wrath, As You Like It, and Richard III. Luke would like to thank his parents for all their love and support.

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Burl Moseley

(Shedrick) Off-Broadway debut. Other New York credits include: Blurring Shine (NYC Fringe), Prime Time (Abingdon Theatre). Created the role of Benjamin in the world premiere of Bel Canto by Daniel Alexander Jones in Boston. Performed at the Sundance Theatre Festival and New York Theatre Workshop playwrights workshop. Holds a BFA from New York University. Much love to family, friends, cast and crew.

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Jacob Pitts

(Tyler) Jacob Pitts appeared on Broadway in Macbeth starring Kelsey Grammer. Other theatre productions include I Thought I'd Miss It (Naked Angels Theatre Co.), Lost in Space and The Group (Ensemble Studio Theatre). Film credits include Eurotrip, K-19, The Widowmaker and the indie film Pipe Dream. Television credits are We Were the Mulvaneys (Lifetime), A Separate Peace (Showtime) and guest starring roles on Law & Order, Ed, and Sex and the City.

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Christopher Shinn

(Playwright) PICKED marks the return of Mr.Shinn to the Vineyard Theatre, which presented the U.S. premiere of his play WHERE DO WE LIVE (Obie, 2004). His other plays include NOW OR LATER (shortlisted for the Evening Standard Theatre Award for Best Play), DYING CITY (finalist for the Pulitzer Prize), ON THE MOUNTAIN, WHAT DIDN’T HAPPEN, THE COMING WORLD, OTHER PEOPLE, and FOuR. Most recently he adapted HEDDA GABLER for the Roundabout. He teaches playwriting at the New School for Drama. www.christophershinn.com

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Aaron Stanford

(Young Businessman 1/Young White Man/Young White Guy/Dave) Aaron Stanford is thrilled, in a manic and sort of unsettling way, to be making his New York theatre debut with this very talented group here at the Vineyard. Film and television credits include: Tadpole, Hollywood Ending, 25th Hour, X-Men II, Spartan, Winter Solstice, Rick, Standing Still, and a recurring role on the TV show Third Watch.

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Liz Stauber

(Jen) Liz is thrilled to be back at The Vineyard in PICKED after appearing in the U.S. premiere of Christopher Shinn’s WHERE DO WE LIVE. Other theatre credits include: THE TEMPEST (Shakespeare Festival LA), A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, MACBETH, GOD’S PICTURES, TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD (Indiana Repertory Theatre). Film credits include: All Good Things, 3 Kings, Almost Famous, White Oleander, The Village.

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Mattie Ulrich

(Costume Design) Off-Broadway: PICKED (Vineyard Theatre), THE STARRY MESSENGER (The New Group), THE PRIDE (MCC), FAULT LINES (Naked Angels), FROM UP HERE (Manhattan Theater Club), LIBERTY CITY (NY Theater Workshop), SLUG BEARERS OF KAYROL ISLAND (Vineyard), THINGS WE WANT (The New Group), ELECTION DAY (Second Stage), JACQUES BREL IS ALIVE AND WELL ....(The Zipper), 9 PARTS OF DESIRE (MET), PEOPLE ARE WRONG! (Vineyard), BADDATES (Playwrights Horizons), JOHN FERGUSON (The Mint), WHERE DO WE LIVE (Vineyard), MASSACRE (LAByrinth), THE MYSTERIES (Classic Stage Company), ROAR (New Group), WHAT THE BUTLER SAW (The New Group). Regional: Cincinnati Playhouse in The Park, Goodspeed Musicals, Florida Stage, Huntington Theatre Co., Dallas Theater Center, Delaware Theater Co., Madison Rep., New York Stage and Film. OPERA: Washington National Opera (upcoming), Norwegian National Opera, Wolf Trap Opera, Staatstheater Wiesbaden (Germany), Opera Ireland, Bard Summerscape, Opera Colorado, FILM: Year of the Fish (Sundance 2007), Sovereignty and Shoplifting Chanel. Mattie was awarded the European Opera Prize in 2006.

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Aaron Yoo

(Leo) Cellist) Aaron Yoo recently made his Off-Broadway debut in wAve with Obie winner Ma-Yi Theater Company at the Ohio Theater (directed by Will Pomerantz). Other stage credits include Cellophane (Bat Theater Company, dir. Jim Simpson), Air Raid and Fuenteovejuna (National Asian American Theatre Company, dir. David Herskovits), The Gifted Program (OVO), and Karaoke Stories (Imua! Theatre Company). His television credits include Ed and One Life to Live. He is regularly terrorized by his cat, Meg.

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