I Now Pronounce

Sponsored by:
  • The Humana Foundation

March 1 - April 9, 2017

Run Time: 1 hour, 35 minutes
There will be no intermission.

by Tasha Gordon-Solmon
directed by Stephen Brackett

March 1 – April 9, 2017
in the Bingham Theatre

After Adam and Nicole’s wedding culminates in an awkwardly timed fatality, the reception spins into an increasingly strange evening that leaves the bride and groom questioning just what it is they’re celebrating. But there’s no stopping the festivities: the flower girls are running amuck, the bridal party members are more preoccupied with their own flailing relationships, and everyone needs to stop ordering the blue drinks. Comedies end in marriage. Tragedies end in death. This play begins with both.

About the Playwright

Tasha Gordon-Solmon’s plays have been developed and produced at Actors Theatre of Louisville (2016 Humana Festival Ten-Minute Plays, The Professional Training Company’s The Tens), Clubbed Thumb, Ars Nova, the Perry-Mansfield New Works Festival, Dixon Place, New Georges, INTAR Theatre, and The Flea Theater. She is a recipient of the Dramatists Guild Fellowship, a lyricist in the BMI Workshop, a member of the Project Y Playwrights Group, a New Georges Affiliated Artist, and an alumna of Clubbed Thumb’s Early Career Writers’ Group and Ars Nova’s Play Group. As a director, Gordon-Solmon has worked at Ensemble Studio Theatre, The Tank, The Brick, Columbia University, Studio Tisch, the New York Fringe Festival, and The Fire This Time Festival. She received her M.F.A. in dramatic writing at New York University and is a proud 52nd Street Project volunteer.

I Now Pronounce was developed at the Perry-Mansfield New Works Festival, June 2016.

Audience Advisory: This play contains strong language and sexual content.
Age Recommendations: Ages 13+

Made possible by a generous grant from the
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The Buzz about I Now Pronounce

“Solmon’s play is a perfect opening salvo for the Humana Festival – ribald, hilarious, immediately identifiable, and played to the hilt by a talented cast.”
– Keith Waits, Arts-Louisville

Full Review from Arts-Louisville

“It’s a contemporary, wedding comedy with a blithe, weightless spirit that evokes the golden age of screwball romances, where loopy beauties, hapless gents, a cynic or two and some charming youngsters scamper from scene to scene sharing drinks, winks and barbed punchlines.”
– Marty Rosen, LEO Weekly

Full Review from LEO Weekly


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