Nothin’s Gonna Change My World

A site-specific performance event // on the Red Hook Waterfront

Written & Directed by Mia Rovegno

Music composed by Alaina Ferris & Matt Schlatter

July 8-10th & 15-17th 2016
Tickets // Website

Featuring: Becca Blackwell, Quinlan Corbett,  Jonathan-David, Zoe Geltman, Janna Gjesdal, Charise Greene, Megan Hill, Modesto Flako Jimenez,  Ryan Pater, Sammy Tunis, Monique Vukovic, Stephanie Weeks, Paul Zimet

Associate Director: Jillian Jetton
Music Director: Alaina Ferris
Assistant Music Director: Matt Schlatter
Food Design: Modesto Flako Jimenez
Production/Costumes Design: Deb O
Lighting  Design: Jeanette Yew
Projection Design: Bob Wuss
Producer: John Del Gaudio
Production Manager: Ann Marie Dorr

Film/Media: Moema Umann, Paul Lofty McNeill, Skye Morse-Hodgson, Andrew Scoville, Lily Riopelle

Photo credits: Erik Carter

Production History
3 works in progress @ The Room & Dixon Place // Presented by New Georges Jam On Toast
Directed by: Meghan Finn & Mia Rovegno
Projection Design: Bob Wuss & Jeanette Yew
Music & Sound Design: Alaina Ferris & Paul Ketchum, Sammy Tunis & Michael O’Neill
Developed with the support of The Audrey Residency

Staged Reading directed by: Meghan Finn
Presented & Developed by The Civilians R&D Group

Past Collaborators:
Jenny Seastone, Desmin Borges, Garrett Neergaard, Samuel West, Rachel Bar-Gadda, Conor Sullivan, Grant Harrison, Jorge Cordova, Jessica Frey, Anthony M. Lopez,  Libby King, Dylan Dawson, Nick Bonnar, Joellen Dolan, Hubert Point-Du Jour, Stephen Ellis, Frank Harts, Aaron Schroeder, Caroline Tamas, & Chris VanDijk, Kyle Metzger

Secret Concert Series
Hosted by Oracle Club, Jalopy & Backdrop

Featuring guests: Hawk and Dove, Lullabies for Falling Empires, Eliot Krimsky, Brent Arnold, Loren Berí, Andrew Sheron, Keenan O’Meara, Jason Borisoff, Doug Goldstein, John Murchison, Mike Beck, Marty Fowler &  DJ Rob the Rich


Developed with support from The Civilians R&D Group  & New Georges Audrey Residency

" expansive evening of theater and music given luminous voice and instrumentation"


"The play triumphs in sensitive interactions...from the highway-striped heartland to the edges of urbanity, each self-contained scene aims to localize the dreams and doldrums any American could harbor"

Exeunt Magazine