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The Stillwater Theatre Company will perform "Hungry" by Lia Romeo on March 22-25 and March 27-April 1 in the Studio Theatre in Jones Hall at Meredith College in Raleigh, NC

Stillwater Theatre’s Surreal Production Design for “Hungry” Outshines Lia Romeo’s Convoluted Script

The surrealistic setting for “Hungry” conjured up for Stillwater Theatre Company by set and lighting designer extraordinaire Shannon Clark, with substantial assistance from video animator Meredith Laxton and video supervisor John Maruca and costume designer Rebecca Bailey, is a marvel in which the unblinking eyes of omnipresent television screens alternately buzz with snow and static and stream live video of the onstage action, as seen from different angles, a la ubiquitous surveillance cameras.

The Stillwater Theatre Company will perform "Hungry" by Lia Romeo on March 22-25 and March 27-April 1 in the Studio Theatre in Jones Hall at Meredith College in Raleigh, NC

The Misfit Teen of Lia Romeo’s “Hungry” Struggles with Her Weight, Boys, and Her Mother’s Nagging

“I am a big fan of contradiction and juxtaposition on the stage,” says “Hungry” director Chip Rodgers. “When I read Lia Romeo’s play, I was unsure whether it should be staged as a comedy, a horror, a fantasy, or a psychological dream play. In the rehearsal room, I have discovered that it is all of the above. It gives me that feeling we don’t often get in the theater that says, ‘I know my gut is reacting to something, but I don’t know what, or how to deal with it.'”

Lia Romeo’s ” Right Place, Right Time” Is a Knee-Slapping PG-Rated Sex Comedy

Lucky Triangle theatergoers who attend this production of “Right Place, Right Time” by Stillwater Theatre, Meredith College’s professional-theater-company-in-residence, will find that they are in the right place at the right time for laughs.

“Right Place, Right Time” Is a Smartly Written, Fast-Paced, Hilarious Look at Contemporary Romantic Relationships

Stillwater’s artistic director Steven Roten says, “Stillwater’s commitment to new works continues with this fast, fun romp that examines a real-life Joe [named] Richard (played by Marc Brown), who stumbles into the nest of an oversexed mother and daughter, Gloria (Cathy Rodgers) and Stephanie (Jenn Beckwith), living in the Waldorf Astoria. In a moment of weakness, Richard is coerced into a life of wealth, avarice, and excess which forces him to examine his romantic ideas about marriage and love and if one requires the other.