A New York apartment play, 2011, but something has gone wrong, terribly wrong. Someone has been murdered. And what's that mysterious sound? Tonight, nightly news investigates. Stay tuned for an exclusive interview with the murderer. Or the playwright. Or the playwright's murderer. A three-part, mostly true crime true story.
About The Artists
I Thought I Would Die But I Didn't
by Bailey Williams
directed by Hannah Greene
produced by Caroline Gart
with Lilli Kay, Larry Owens, & Andy Zou
sound design by John Gasper
Presented as part of...
a play development series curated by Chana Porter
celebrating new plays that are much too much
we honor plays that are
wild and without apology.
Chana Porter is a writer living in Brooklyn. Her plays and performance pieces have been developed or produced at Playwrights Horizons, La MaMa, Cloud City, 3LD, Rattlestick Playwright’s Theatre, Cherry Lane, The Invisible Dog, Movement Research, PS122, and The White Bear in London. She is currently working two works of speculative fiction. She is a MacDowell Fellow and a recent nominee for the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize. Chana is the co-founder of the Octavia Project, a free summer program for Brooklyn teenage girls. A New Georges affiliated artist and Audrey Resident 2018. Up next: rolling world premiere of LEAP AND THE NET WILL APPEAR at The Catastrophic Theatre in Houston, Texas, directed by Tara Ahmadinejad, produced by New Georges in 2019.