New York Premiere at the 2017 BAM Next Wave Festival
Haruki Murakami's Sleep to premiere at the BAM Next Wave Festival 2017
Ripe Time awarded Center Theatre Group Commission!
Just opened our work-in-progress presentation with our co-producers at PlayCo at the Japan Society!
The World is Round (BAM Fisher, 2014) Photo by Todd France.
The World is Round
"...a must-see for anyone looking to get lost and found, in the very capable hands of an indisputable genius and some spectacular contemporary artistic voices." Brightest Young Things
Photo by Todd France.
Septimus and Clarissa on exhibit at the 2015 USITT Prague Quadrennial!
In June 2015, designs from Septimus and Clarissa and The World is Round was featured in the USITT exhibit at the renowned international design conference in Prague!
Rachel Dickstein awarded a 2015 LPTW Lucille Lortel Award for her work with Ripe Time!
“Ravishing moments . . . stunning images . . . pure visual entertainment . . . .[Rachel] Dickstein is a maverick illusionist” – The New York Times on Innocents (2005)
“Breathtaking and poignant. A theatrical event to be reckoned with.”– Fred Backus nytheatre.com
“Intoxicating! [Director Rachel] Dickstein is clearly a passionate artist and she’s staged this piece with an ecstatic vigor of a woman in love.” - Kerri Allen, Time Out
Septimus and Clarissa (2011)
SEPTIMUS AND CLARISSA best of 2011:
SDC’s Joe A. Calloway Nomination for Outstanding Direction
Drama League nominee for Distinguished Production of the year
Drama League nominee for Distinguished Performance of the year- Ellen McLaughlin
Drama Desk nominee for Best Score of the year in a play- Gina Leishman
“Beautiful, sophisticated theatre.” – David Delrosso, nytheatre.com
“A richly sensual and imaginative triptych filled with pleasures for the eyes and ears.”- Joe Dziemianowicz, The Daily News
Septimus and Clarissa
“Thrilling and richly theatrical… SEPTIMUS AND CLARISSA finds hypnotic poetry in the ordinary, the solemn, the rapturous and just about everything in between.” – The New York Times
Ripe Time develops and presents new ensemble-based performance works infused with rich language, visual power and physical rigour. We present collaboratively created dance-theatre based on novels, stories, classic plays and films.