On Thursday, Feb. 6, The Kitchen Theatre in Ithaca will open its production of the groundbreaking comedy “Cry It Out,” an ode to new parenthood. The show runs through Feb 22.
The play tells the story of three sets of new parents and shows the trials and tribulations that come with navigating the “good, bad and ugly” of parenthood.
Several Ithaca College alumni, faculty and current students are involved in the production, including Erica Steinhagen ’99 (voice performance), who plays a career-oriented mom named Adrienne; Tyler Struble ’19 (theatre studies), who is the assistant director; visiting faculty member Tyler M. Perry ’12 (theatrical production arts), who is the lighting designer; assistant professor of theatre arts Daniel Zimmerman, who is the scenic designer; Indigo Shea ’19 (theatrical production arts), who is the props master and master electrician; and Glen Epps ’20 (journalism), who worked on graphic design and marketing for the show. Marissa Accordino ’16 (integrated marketing communications) is the house manager and Stiller Zusman, who has taught at IC, is the scenic artist.