By Kim Euell
Directed by Britny J. Horton

Three strangers are forced to examine their perspectives on race and politics during one fateful train ride on the New Jersey Transit.

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Playwright | KIM EUELL

Kim Euell is a playwright, dramaturg, and educator who is passionately committed to promoting socially relevant new plays. Her plays interrogating issues of race and class have been performed at theaters in every region of the country as well as at Cape Town’s Magnet Theater in South Africa. Kim was Playwright in Residence at the University of Massachusetts Amherst for four years and a Core Writer at the Playwrights Center. She is a member of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s Writers Group and a Company Member at the Penumbra Theatre. Kim teaches in the Theater Department and the Digital Cinema Program at Southern Oregon University. She recently served as a dramaturg at The Humana Festival and Berkeley Rep’s Ground Floor. Kim is thrilled to be part of the 6 by 6 season opener!

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Britny J. Horton is an art-ivist from Rochester, NY. Her most recent credits include Breath Behind the Mask, Hit the Wall, and Sweat (University of Iowa), Men on Boats (Riverside Theatre), Too Heavy for Your Pocket (Pyramid Theatre), short films Incensed and Lights On. She recently completed production for her short film YesToday, for which she received a grant from the University of Iowa. In 2019, Britny won the Best Actress in a Play Award from Broadway World Des Moines.

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Directing Mentor | JADE KING CARROLL

Proof of Love (Audible at Minetta Lane/audiobook); Detroit ’67 (McCarter Theatre co-production with Hartford Stage); Intimate Apparel, The Piano Lesson (McCarter Theatre); The Piano Lesson (Hartford Stage); Having Our Say (Hartford Stage co-production with Long Wharf Theatre); Autumn’s Harvest (Lincoln Center Institute); A Trouble in Mind (Two River Theater & Playmaker’s Rep); Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, The Whipping Man (Portland Stage); The Revolutionists, Sunset Baby (City Theatre); A Raisin In The Sun (Juilliard & Perseverance); The Tempest (Chatauqua Theater Company); Seven Guitars (People’s Light and Theatre & Point Park University); King Hedley II (Portland Playhouse); Mr Chickee’s Funny Money (Atlantic Theater); Janice Underwater (Premiere Stages); The Etymology of Bird (CitiParks Summer Stages); The Piano Lesson (Cape Fear Regional Theater); alondra was here (The Wild Project); Cherry Smoke (Theatre Row); Sex on Sunday (BE Company @ Urban Stages); Skeleton Crew (Dorset Theater Festival, Portland Stage and a co-production with Theatreworks- Palo Alto & Marin Theatre); The Basset Table (Adelphi); Topdog/Underdog (WVU); Marisol (NYCDA); Black Girl, You’ve Been Gentrified (Joe’s Pub); Radio Golf (Penn State); The History of Light, Samuel J&K, The Summer House (Passage Theatre); The Persians, Splittin’ the Raft (People’s Light & Theatre); Spit (Intar); From the Author of (Delaware Rep); A Member of the Wedding (Tennessee Williams Theater Festival in Provincetown); Hello, From the Children of Planet Earth (Playwright’s Realm); Associate Director for A Streetcar Named Desire and The Gin Game (Broadway), The Children’s Monologues (Carnegie Hall).

Cast of Princeton Junction
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Ted Buckley is a fourth-year undergraduate student at the University of Iowa in his second year as a theatre arts major. Having loved his first play experience in the cast of Three Sisters last spring, Ted will continue to grow his skills and confidence amongst the talented cast and crew of Princeton Junction.

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Sterling Isler is in his fifth and final year at the University of Iowa and is studying theatre arts, with a certificate in entrepreneurial management. He was born in Colorado and moved to Iowa when he was ten years old. He has a strong passion for traveling and learning about different cultures from around the world.

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Crystal Stewart is thrilled to be a part of this work! A third-year MFA acting candidate, she hails from Greenville, South Carolina. While there she performed in several shows with The Warehouse Theatre; including In The Next Room (or the Vibrator Play), Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, Twelfth Night, and A Streetcar Named Desire

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Keri Eastridge is in her final year as an MFA acting candidate at the University of Iowa and is grateful to be working on her first virtual play. This spring she was in her first radio play called Quantum Paradox as 4F4B and Hit the Wall as Madeline. Favorite credits include Tracey in Sweat, Writer in All She Must Possess (Rep Stage), and Claire in Proof (UMBC Department of Theatre). She earned her BFA in Acting from the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC).

Special thanks to the students of Dream City in Iowa City for lending their voices to the recording of Train Long Gone arranged by Mark Bruckner for this production.

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