Recent Productions

Cornelia Street Café, NYC

2017

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"Café Play is a genuine exploration of the way we live now that offers plenty of laughs, charming innovation, aching vulnerability, and the bite of incisive social satire."

- No Proscenium

 

iPhone • Android

2017 - Present

 

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This Is Not A Theatre Company's Subway Plays is a trilogy of site-specific, sensory podplays for the New York City Subway.  Armed with nothing more than a set of headphones and an app, spectators ride the subway while listening to the recorded production - every surrounding sight, smell, and sound plays a supporting role in the experience.   

iPhone • Android

2015 - Present

 

 

"And as the ferry moves across New York Harbor, the vistas on that world change, giving the play a sense of vastness that contrasts with the intimacy of in-your-ear drama."

- The Wall Street Journal 

Waterside Gym and Fitness, NYC

2017

International Theatre Festival of Kerala

2017 

 

 

 

"A buoyant daydream of a show... joyous... thoughtful... surprisingly rewarding"

- The New York Times 

Site-Specific

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"The overall tone, to the credit of director Erin B. Mee, helps the show maintain a sort of ‘whistling past the guillotine’ balance between the obvious... and the unsettling"

- Culturebot 

Listen Now

2016 - Present 

 

Festival of Life is a site-specific audio play. Download the audio recording, go to your favorite café in the Place de l’Horloge, order a coffee – or a glass of Chateauneuf du Pape -- and press play. You are the protagonist in a world in which everything you see, hear, taste, and touch is a performance. 

Climate Theatre Action

2015

 

 

 

Where Have All The Glaciers Gone? is devised play about climate change, initially created and performed as a part of the Climate Change Theatre Action. 

Judson Church

2015

Readymade Cabaret uses Duchamp’s notions of chance and readymades to celebrate the beauty of chance encounters. The scenes that are performed, and the order in which they are performed, depend on the roll of the dice; so in any given performance, the audience sees 1 of a hundred million possible plays. 

New York Theatre Workshop and Judson Church

2014

 

 

"Collaborators Jessie Bear and Erin Mee are paving the way to a profound immersive theatrical experience where performance and life intertwince effortlessly. Let them begin again, and again, and again."

- Show Business Weekly 

 

2017

Café Play. Site-specific play for the Cornelia Street Café, NYC.

2017

This Is Not A Café. Figment.

2017

Pool Play 2.0, a site-based theatre piece for Waterside Gym and Fitness, NYC.

2017

Pool Play 2.0, a site-based theatre piece for the Luxury Pool in Thrissur, Kerala, as part of the International Theatre Festival of Kerala.

2017 - Present

Subway Plays, a trilogy of podplays for the NYC Subway system. Available as an app in both Apple and Google Play stores.

2016

Versailles 2016 (En Garde Arts and again with TINATC 2x, updated version of Versailles 2015 in different locations)

2016 - Present

Festival de la Vie, a site-specific podplay for the Place de l”Horloge. Avignon Le Off. Ongoing.

2015

Where Have All The Glaciers Gone?, devised piece for Climate Change Theatre Action. December.

2015

Versailles 2015, by Charles Mee and Jessie Bear. October and November. Site-specific.

2015

The 15th Line, a twitter play by Jeremy Gable. Online.

2015

Readymade Cabaret 2.0 for Figment. Governor’s Island. June.

2015

What They Heard, by Mona Mansour. Noor Theatre. May.

2015

Readymade Cabaret, after Duchamp. Judson Church. April.

2015 - Present

Ferry Play, a site-specific smartphone play for the Staten Island Ferry. Available as an app in both Apple and Google Play stores.

2014

A Serious Banquet, devised interactive piece based on Picasso’s 1908 party honoring Henri Rousseau. New York Theatre Workshop and Judson Church. June.

2014

Pool Play, site-based theatre piece for Waterside pool. February.

2011

The Gaza Monologues, United Nations International School.

2010

Divided Together: Hayavadana, Girish Karnad, Swarthmore College.

2006

Big Love, Charles Mee, Swarthmore College.

2005

Harvest, Manjula Padmanabhan, East Coast Artists at Swarthmore College.

2005

The Persians, Aeschylus/Auletta, Swarthmore College.

2004

Savage/Love, Shepard/Chaikin, Swarthmore College.

2003

Requiem for the Dead, Charles Mee, The Magic Theatre, San Francisco. Workshop.

2002

First Love, Charles Mee, The Magic Theatre, San Francisco.

2001

First Love, Charles Mee, New York Theatre Workshop.

2001

Amazons, Robert Auletta, The Market Theatre.

2001

The Imperialists at the Club Cave Canem, Charles Mee, The Market Theatre.

2000

Fefu and Her Friends, Bard College.

1999

The Oldest Profession, deconstructed from Shaw by Erin B, Mee, Mabou Mines.

1999

Not I, Samuel Beckett, Bard College.

1999

Antigona Furiosa, Griselda Gambaro, Vassar College.

1998

Matt Helm in “Assassins Have Starry Eyes,” Rob Kuhns, SoHo Rep, NYC.  World Premiere.

1998

Dead and Gone to Granny’s, Jussi Wahlgren, SoHo Rep, NYC.  American Premiere.

1997

The Flickering Blue Glow, Rob Kuhns, SoHo Rep, NYC. World Premiere.

1996

The House of Blue Leaves, John Guare, Yale Dramat, New Haven.

1996

Aramba Chekkan (The Myth of Orpheus), adapted by Kavalam Narayana Panikkar, performed in Malayalam, with The Sopanam Company, Kerala, India.  Workshop production.

1996

The Little Clay Cart, Sudraka, Workshop, Fordham University.

1994

Commedia Tonite!, conceived by John Eisner and Erin B. Mee, Theatre Row, NYC. World Premiere.

1994

Timon of Athens, translated by Paul Schmidt from Shakespeare, HERE, NYC. World Premiere.

1993

Divided Together, Girish Karnad, Ontological at St. Mark's Theater, NYC. American Premiere.

1993

Faust, Goethe (adapted by Kavalam Narayana Panikkar), performed in Malayalam, with The Sopanam Company, in Kerala, India. World Premiere.

1993

Fuente Ovejuna, Lope De Vega, Bard College.

1992

Ottayan, The Lone Elephant, Kavalam Narayana Panikkar, Ontological at St. Mark's Theater, NYC. American Premiere.

1992

Eugene Onegin, Paul Schmidt, Bard College. World Premiere.

1992

Electra, Ezra Pound/Sophocles, Bard College.

1991

Troilus and Cressida, Shakespeare, The Guthrie Laboratory, Minneapolis.

1990

Waiting for Godot, Samuel Beckett, The University of Minnesota Graduate Acting Program.

1990

Collage-An AIDS Benefit, The Guthrie Laboratory.

1989

Silence, Harold Pinter, The Guthrie Laboratory.

1988

The Imperialists at the Club Cave Canem, Charles L. Mee Jr., The Public Theatre and HOME for Contemporary Theatre and Art, NYC. World Premiere.

1988

The Peach-Bottom Nuclear Reactor, Full of Sleepers, Mac Wellman, HOME for Contemporary Theatre and Art, NYC. World Premiere.

1987

Linda Ronstadt Called, Charles L. Mee Jr., HOME for Contemporary Theatre and Art, NYC.

 

Complete Productions

Where Have all the Glaciers Gone?

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