By Reina Hardy
April 19, 2019 – May 19, 2019
Atlas Performing Arts Center
“You are important to the universe.
it needs you, almost as much as you need it.”
Annie Jump, a small-town teen and science genius, comes face to face with her worst nightmare: a popular girl. When she learns that this girl with great hair might be an intergalactic super computer tasked with bringing humanity to the stars, she must decide what is worth sacrificing to fulfill her destiny. Reina Hardy’s (Glassheart) play for all audiences is about finding your place in the universe and intelligent life in your neighborhood.
Sponsored in part by Beverly & Chris With
Annie Jump and the Library of Heaven is being produced as a NATIONAL NEW PLAY NETWORK ROLLING WORLD PREMIERE by Renaissance Theaterworks (Milwaukee, WI), Rorschach Theatre (Washington, D.C.), Thrown Stone (Ridgefield, CT), and The Vortex (Austin, TX).
FEATURING Zach Brewster-Geisz, Vanessa Chapoy, Robin Covington *, Aron Spellane, and Emily Whitworth
DESIGNED BY Kylos Brannon (Video), Julie Cray Leong (Costumes), Katie McCreary* (Lighting), Veronica J. Lancaster * (Sound), Alex Wade (Props), and Matt Wolfe (Set).
WITH Gordon Nimmo-Smith * (Production Manager), Linz Moore * (Stage Manager), Greg Condon (Technical Director), Elliot Shugoll (Master Electrician), and Sara Cohen (Dramaturg)
PRODUCED BY Randy Baker and Jenny McConnell Frederick
* Rorschach Theatre Resident Company Member
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(Photo by Ryan Maxwell from the ANNIE JUMP Room at THE BAR BETWEEN WORLDS BENEFIT – August 2018)
Susan & Dixon Butler, Louis & Bonnie Cohen, Jeffery Cunard, CM Kling + Associates, Destination DC, The Nora Roberts Foundation, Pete Miller & Sara Cormeny, Victor Shargai & Craig Pascal, The Morgan Fund, The Share Fund, and The DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities.