Have Another Pictures

(Photo: Isaiah Tanenbaum. Pictured: Nancy Franklin)
Have Another was back! And we had a great time – thanks to the audience, and in spite of the basil, it was our best yet. To see what we did and who did it, go here.

(Photo: Isaiah Tanenbaum. Pictured Jake Alexander)

Jake Alexander, the Have Another Maestro, captained the whole affair from start to last call, and do you see how charming he is? Very.

(Photo: Heather Cohn. Pictured: August Schulenburg, Brian pracht, Jane Taylor, Marnie Schulenburg, DeWanda Wise)

It’s one thing to be a crazy talented playwright/actor who is capable of writing plays in rhyming hexameter (we’re looking at you, Johnna Adams). It’s quite another to whip together the wax head of Marie Antoinette the night before. Hooray for Lickspittles, Buttonholers and Damned Pernicious Go-Betweens!

(Photo: Isaiah Tanenbaum. Pictured: Nancy Franklin, Ryan Andes, Matthew Archambault)

Mary Fengar Gael’s first scene from Opaline had the audience howling and the gift of the evening was one particularly funny moment where the mighty Ryan Andes, with a sweeping gesture, knocked Nancy ever so slightly in the head, and to apologize (in character), gave her a sideways hug that stopped the play with laughter; and just when the laughs seemed ready to ebb, Nancy expertly leaned her head just so against Ryan’s chest, as if to say, all is well; and the laughter swelled again. Little gifts of live theatre (in bars).

(Photo: Isaiah Tanenbaum. Pictured: Nick Monroy, Jake Alexander, Ingrid Nordstorm).

The night ended with Aaron’s gorgeous end of act 1 scene from his play, We Are Burning. The lovers above can’t be fully happy, because…

(Photo: Isaiah Tanenbaum. Pictured: Nick Monroy, Tiffany Clementi)

…because the memory of lost love is so perfect.

(Photo: Isaiah Tanenbaum)

Our audience (spot director Alexis Williams!) was warm…

(Photo: Isaiah Tanenbaum)

…our minds were rapt…

(Photo: Isaiah Tanenbaum)

…and a lovely time was had by most (and maybe all).

(Photo: Isaiah Tanenbaum. Pictured: David Ian Lee)

Did we mention David Ian Lee was brooding and enigmatic as Prometheus? Did you see him steal Amy Fitts’ beer in the scene? Now that’s acting.

(Photo: Isaiah Tanenbaum. Pictured: Tiffany Clementi)

This one speaks for itself. And now…

(Photo: Isaiah Tanenbaum. Pictured: artsy awesomeness)

…you’re obligatory Isaiah artsy logo in action shot…

(Photo: Heather Cohn. Pictured: Isaiah Tanenbaum, Marnie Schulenburg)

…and a bonus Isaiah acting shot.

For all the pics, go here. Check them out, and let me know if there are any others that MUST be posted here.
What were your favorite moments in the night? Comment below!
And THANK YOU to everyone who came out – it was a great night, and we were thrilled to share some of our plays in development with you.

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