I and You Streaming March 8-21

Click above for a sneak peek at I and You

 

Click above for a sneak peek at I and You

 

I and You

by Lauren Gunderson

Streaming March 8 – 21, 2021

Last March, we had to cancel our production of I AND YOU on the day it was scheduled to open. Only our preview audiences had the pleasure of seeing the show. They laughed, they wept and cheered the production. Many told us it was among the best shows they have seen at the Theatre.

Before we sent our actors home to New York, we recorded a private final performance to give ourselves closure on this wonderful experience. We recently gained permission to share this special video with you now.

We think you’ll find it was worth the wait.

Although watching theatre on tv isn’t the same experience as seeing it live, rest assured our artistic standards remain high and we are proud to share this recorded live performance with you, knowing it to be an accurate representation of the show.

Mysteriously forced together to complete a book report, an unlikely pair of teenagers discover a shocking secret that will connect them forever. Joyful and heartbreaking, I AND YOU carries an uplifting message for this moment in time when we all miss being connected.

Run time: 90 minutes.
Recommended for ages 13 and up.

Educators – read about our Student Matinee rates for your class.

 

TICKETS

Single ticket $15 (one person viewing on one device)
Household ticket $25 (2+ people viewing together on one device)

To use vouchers or gift certificates, please call the Box Office at 207-782-3200.

HOW TO WATCH
  • Your confirmation email will contain your viewing link.
  • It is possible to watch this video on a Smart TV or television with a streaming device,  if you have the capability to cast from your phone, tablet or computer browser.
  • Please see our Virtual Event FAQs page for detailed information about how to watch your video.
  • I and You can be watched anytime between March 8 and March 21.  Once you “Start Watching” the video you will have 24 hours to complete your viewing.
  • The viewing link will expire at midnight on March 21.
TICKETS

Single ticket $15 (one person viewing on one device)
Household ticket $25 (2+ people viewing together on one device)

To use vouchers or gift certificates, please call the Box Office at 207-782-3200.

HOW TO WATCH
  • Your confirmation email will contain your viewing link.
  • It is possible to watch this video on a Smart TV or television with a streaming device,  if you have the capability to cast from your phone, tablet or computer browser.
  • Please see our Virtual Event FAQs page for detailed information about how to watch your video.
  • I and You can be watched anytime between March 8 and March 21.  Once you “Start Watching” the video you will have 24 hours to complete your viewing.
  • The viewing link will expire at midnight on March 21.

Did you catch the interview on 207?

I and You on WCSH 207

Meet the Cast

Recorded in 2020

Meet the Cast of I and You

EMMA WISNIEWSKI (Caroline) New York credits include: You Never Can Tell (Off-Broadway, Pearl Theatre); Much Ado About Nothing and Romeo and Juliet (South Brooklyn Shakespeare); The School for Lies (Boxed Wine); The Importance of Being Earnest (Studio Tisch); King Lear (TheaterLAB); readings and development with the Resident Acting Company, Match:Lit, Gallatin Theater Lab, Emerging Artists Theatre, and more. Regional credits include Rebecca Gilman’s Soups, Stews and Casseroles: 1976 (St Louis Rep) and Joe Tracz’s The Nest Thief (New World Symphony), both world premieres. Emma recently made her TV debut on Abuse of Power (Oxygen) and her directorial debut with Stephen Belber’s Tape at the Bridge Theatre in NYC. She holds a BFA from NYU-Tisch, and is a Stella Adler alum and AEA member. Gratitude to Chris, London, BJ, and Kat. Updates available at emma-wisniewski.com.

LONDON CARLISLE (Anthony) An Alabama native, Carlisle graduated from Auburn University with a BFA in Theatre Performance. His Auburn credits include Mr. Burns, Detroit, Big Fish, and The Rocky Horror Show. Carlisle is now based in New York City. He would like to thank his family and friends for their endless motivation, love, and support. @londoncarlisle

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