The Production Company presents

A new play by Lally Katz
Directed by Oliver Butler

What does it mean to be “alive” when we spend our lives in virtual worlds? In Goodbye New York, Goodbye Heart, Lally Katz plunges us into a phantasmagorical yet oh-so-recognizable cyber-universe where the living and the dead jostle, time doesn’t pass, and food never seems to fill you up. You can download almost anything – even emotions – and the dead still live, but you can’t bring them back to the real world… or can you?

Featuring Nicolle Bradford, Ryan King*, Samantha Sherman, Rae C. Wright*, Andrew Dawson*, Danielle Slavick*, Erin Maya Darke, Polly Lee*, Lucy Walters* and Brian Robert Burns*

Scenic Design:  Valérie Bart
Lighting Design: Carolyn Wong
Costume Design: Carolyn Hoffmann
Sound Design: Asa Wember
Stage Manager: Jeff Meyers*
Dialect Coach: Kohli Calhoun
Producer: Avi Lipski
Publicity: David Gibbs/DARR

@ HERE Arts Center
145 Sixth Avenue, NYC

December 2-21, 2010
Preview: Dec. 1; Opening: Dec. 2
Tuesdays through Saturdays at 8:30pm
Sundays at 4pm

Tickets: $25
Call (212) 352-3101
or buy tickets online!

*Actors and Stage Manager appear courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association

As a special deal for our Aussie members, we have a special deal for you: TEN DOLLAR TICKETS for our opening weekend! Click here to buy tickets and use code AUSSIE, which is good for performances from December 1-4.


The Production Company exchanges challenging new work for the theater between Australia and the United States, promoting and deepening cultural exchange between the U.S. and Australia, and encouraging artists to explore the relationship between the two countries. Hailed by as “Indie Theater at its very best,” The Production Company has premiered new work from important playwrights from the United States and Australia. The company’s recent season included critically-acclaimed premieres of Blair Singer’s The Most Damaging Wound and Patricia Cornelius’ Love. Artistic Director Mark Armstrong founded the Production Company with Nicolle Bradford in 2004.


The New York Times praised The Production Company’s production of Blair Singer’s The Most Damaging Wound, calling it “Clever, engrossing and skillfully directed by Mark Armstrong. Every character is affectionately drawn.” The show was also a Back Stage Critic’s Pick. hailed their production of The Australia Project as “Fascinating stuff! A brisk, swift, and necessary punch in the gut that’s both very funny and very much on target…strong performances [and] expert direction.” “Patricia Cornelius’s script is simply brilliant…Mark Armstrong’s direction is sure and crisp,” declared about the company’s production of Love.