A poignant world premiere about young love and old friends.


World Premiere
May 29 - June 30, 2019
Ritz Theater

Written by Harrison David Rivers
Original music by Jelloslave cellists Jacqueline Ultan and Michelle Kinney

Directed by Sherri Eden Barber
Choreography by Penelope Freeh

Starring Mark Benninghofen, Austen Fisher, JuCoby Johnson, Tyler Michaels King, André Shoals, and Jon-Michael Reese with Conner Horak and Da’Rius Malone.

Todd and Arthur are two former ballet dancers who reunite at New York’s Lincoln Center Plaza having not seen each other for more than 25 years. This beautifully-told story takes us through the lives of both men, their choices, regrets, and coming to terms with age, illness and sexual identity. Harrison David Rivers’ (Five Points) world premiere play features original music by Minneapolis-based Jelloslave cellists Jacqueline Ultan and Michelle Kinney.

Runtime: 90 minutes with no intermission

To Let Go and Fall contains strong language and adult themes and is not intended audiences 13 years and younger.
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PS = Post Show Discussion
ASL/AD Performance is Thursday, June 13 at 7:30 pm. Reduced price tickets are available for $17.50 for ASL/AD patrons and one guest. Please call 612-339-3003 to purchase.




Photos by Emilee Elofson

Creative Team

The Cast

Director: Sherri Eden Barber**
Playwright: Harrison David Rivers
Co-Composer: Michelle Kinney†
Co-Composer: Jacqueline Ultan†
Choreographer: Penelope Freeh
Assistant Director: Ed Williams
Dramaturg: Elissa Adams
Scenic Designer: Maruti Evans
Costume Designer: Sarah Bahr
Hair & Wig Designer: Paul Bigot
Lighting Designer: Mary Shabatura
Sound Designer: Kevin Springer
Projections Designer: Kathy Maxwell
Projections Designer: Maxwell Collyard
Stage Manager: Todd Kalina*
Assistant Stage Manager: Kyla Moloney
Technical Director: Bethany Reinfeld
Properties Master: Abbee Warmboe
Personal Assistant to the Director: Rachel Karp
Wardrobe: Tiffany Clem
Light Board Programmer & Op: Micayla Thebault-Spieker
Audio Engineer: Phillip O’Toole
Master Carpenter: Eric Charlton
Stage Management Intern: Emily Anna Bierbrauer
Carpenters:Whitley Cobb, Matt Boerst, Justin Fowler, Teresa Nelson, Kate Peters
Electricians: Jeremy Ellarby, Paul Epton, Andy Kedl, Emmet Kowler, Joanna McLarnan, Grant Merges, KitPainters, Margot Koefod, Angelique Powers, Jeni Tolifson

*Member of Actor’s Equity Associatio, the Union of Professional Actors

**Members of SDC, the Stage Directors and s