Then they will perform Annie Baker’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play, in October.
Isadoora also meets every other Saturday for a playwriting collective, where work in progress is read and discussed among a group of playwrights and artists.
In the play, Catherine must come to grips with the fact that she not only inherited her father’s genius, but his mental illness as well.
Di Maio works for JAK’s Place, a local community resource serving those affected by mental illness.
It may not have the glitz and glamour of the Isadoora Theatre of the past, but Di Maio likes it that way. For more information or to reserve tickets, call 920.495.5940.
The focus has shifted to be about producing strong, challenging material that doesn’t require an inordinate amount of money. Friday and Saturday night performances are at pm, Sunday’s performance is at 2pm. David Auburn's writing is at its most heartfelt when father and daughter express their love (and sometimes despair) for math. In fact, even when Robert's logic has failed him, his equations exchange rationality for a unique form of poetry: Catherine (Reading from her father's journal.)"Let X equal the quantities of all quantities of X. She is a strong female character: incredibly bright, but by no means prone to flaunting her intellect.She is by far the most well-rounded of the characters (in fact, with the exception of Robert, the other characters seem bland and flat by comparison).and it may not be reminiscent of the kinds of performances the company did in the past.In 2013, after performing three shows per season for 10 years, Ed Di Maio, president of Isadoora, was ready for a respite. After a false start with a new board, the theater eventually got a group of people together that all had a similar vision.When Catherine does converse with her father, these flashbacks reveal her often conflicting desires.We learn that Catherine's academic goals are thwarted by her responsibilities to her ailing father.With this new iteration, the shows would be smaller, self-sustaining and follow a less rigorous schedule, which also meant they required less money and fewer resources.After taking stock of the theater’s first season back and meeting to plan for the next one, Di Maio said simply, “I guess we have a season for next year.” is a 2000 play by David Auburn and follows the story of the daughter of a recently deceased mathematician who, even after death, remains highly respected in the mathematical world. His first book, (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2016), analyzes the relationship between automobile enthusiasts and salvage yards by examining the ways in which out-of-service or junked cars have been re-used, recycled, and re-purposed in the twentieth-century United States. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 50 (2009): 894–914. Lucsko's research focuses on the history of the automobile (manufacturers and users, particularly enthusiasts).