STARRING Jefferson Mays playing 35 characters, including Charlotte von Mahlsdorf, et al.
Assistant Set Designer: Shoko Kambara; Assistant Lighting Designer: Ted Sullivan; Associate Sound Designer: Josh Bender-Dubiel; Production Supervisor: Arthur Siccardi; Associate Techincal Supervisor: Fred Phelan; Production Stage Manager: Andrea “Spook” Testani and Nancy Harrington [tour]; Assistant Stage Managed by Thea Bradshaw Gillies and Julie Badauff [tour].
General Managed by Manny Kladitis and Albert Poland [tour]; Company Managed by James Lawson; Management Associate: David Cole, Steve Marquard; Assistant General Manager: Michael Gesele [tour]; Press Representative: Richard Kornberg, Don Summa and Rick Miramontez; Marketing Online by Toby Simkin; Advertising by SPOTCo, Inc., Drew Hodges, Jim Edwards and Jim Aquino; and Opening Night by Tobak-Dantchik Events.
Head Carpenter: Adam Braunstein; Production Electrician: Richie Mortell; Production Props: Mike Pilipski; Head of Props: Steve McDonald; Production Sound Engineer: Tony Poleman; Wardrobe Supervisor: Christel Murdock; Production Assistant: Carol Sullivan; Production Assistant: Jeremy Lewit; Assistant to Mr. Richenthal: Judy Insel; Legal Counsel: Jason Barush, Dan Wasser and Elliot Brown; Banking by Mary Anne Viafore; Insurance by Marsh USA Inc., Elda Luisi; Payroll by Burton Greenhouse; Accounting by Robert Fried and Elliott Aranstam; Scenery Construction by Atlas Scenic; Lighting Supply by Fourth Phase; Sound Equipment by One Dream;
World premiere produced off-Broadway by Playwrights Horizons and written with support from Playwrights Horizons (Tim Sanford: Artistic Director, Leslie Marcus: Managing Director); A workshop was presented by La Jolla Playhouse (Des McAnuff, Artistic Director & Terrence Dwyer, Managing Director); A workshop of this play was presented by About Face Theatre (Eric Rosen, Artistic Director). This play was made possible by funds granted to the author through a program supported by Amblin Entertainment Inc.; This play was developed in part with the support of The Sundance Theatre Laboratory; A workshop of this play was presented in association with Museum of Contemporary Art; For their aid in the development of this play, the producers wish to thank Tectonic Theater Project.
“I Am My Own Wife” was on hiatus from 8/30/2004 through 9/6/2004. Thereafter it toured select cities in the USA and Australia.
Following Broadway, I Am My Own Wife went on to play a limited US tour, and then an engagement in London’s West End, followed by a production in Melbourne Theatre Company in Australia.