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Be More Chill

By Joe Iconis and Joe Tracz
Directed by Stephen Brackett, Choreographed by Chase Brock
Costumes by Bobby Fredrick Tilley III, Lighting by Tyler Micoleau, Projections by Alex Koch, Sound by Ryan Rummery
Signature Theatre Center

Will Roland & Jason Tam.

Will Roland, Britton Smith, Tiffany Mann, George Salazar, Jason SweetTooth Williams, Katlyn Carlson, Gerard Canonico, Lauren Marcus, and Stehpanie Hsu.

School Bathroom
Gerard Canonico and Will Roland.

Jason SweetTooth Williams, Will Roland, and George Salazar.

Play Rehearsal
Tiffany Mann, Lauren Marcus, Katlyn Carlson, and Stephanie Hsu.

Food Court
George Salazar and Will Roland.

Food Court
Jason Tam and company.

Food Court
Jason Tam and Company.

Forever 21
Tiffany Mann, Will Roland, and Jason Tam.

Halloween Party
Britton Smith, Will Roland, and company.

Michael in the Bathroom
George Salazar

Lauren Marcus, Katlyn Carlson, Will Roland, and Jason Tam.

Pitiful Children
Jason Tam and Company.

Katlyn Carlson, Tiffany Mann, Will Roland, and Stephanie Hsu.

Jason Tam

“Director Stephen Brackett and Tony-winning set designer Beowulf Boritt make the action swift, and the glossy, 80s-like setting sleek and techy without New Wave kitsch. No theater piece has made tech-nerdiness look or sound as modern and warm.” ~A.D.Amorosi, Variety

“Beowulf Boritt’s set, accented by fluorescent frames, ingeniously suggests lives held in thrall by technology.” ~Ben Brantley, The New York Times

“Stephen Brackett's supercharged production maintains that winning combination through stage pictures rarely seen outside of an animated feature. His multidimensional blocking is facilitated by Beowulf Boritt's sleek set of frames within frames, making it appear as though the show is taking place within a computer. It also offers multiple surfaces for Alex Basco Koch's eye-popping digital projections.” ~Zachary Stewart, Theatermania

“Alex Basco Koch’s projections paired with Beowulf Boritt’s scenic design provide an effective mix of high school hallway and hallucinatory hi-tech.” ~Stanford Friedman, New York Theatre Guide

“The production, directed by Stephen Brackett, is a raucous good time, with a gleefully silly, hyperkinetic air that invades its every facet, including the set by Beowulf Boritt, which resembles a computer interior.” ~Matt Windman, AM New York