JONAH AND OTTO

February 1st - 25th 2017, Lion Theatre, Theatre Row, 410 W 42nd St., New York, NY 10036

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Lost Tribe Theatre burst on to the stage this February with its first production: the US premiere of Jonah and Otto by Robert Holmanrunning Off-Broadway at Theatre Row as a co-production with Firefly Theater & Films.

"God doesn't care about you. Why should I?"

In 2003, Jonah is 26, Otto, 62—two men different in every way. But not everything is what it seems when their two lives collide one summer's night in a mysterious walled garden on the south coast of England. As their stories of love and loss unravel in front of us and memories of the past unturned come to light, on parting, neither can be the same again. Robert Holman's "intricately layered creation, brimming with emotional wonder" (The Independent) is a deeply humane, funny and ultimately haunting exploration of what it is to be alive. 

 

"An extraordinary play. ★★★★★"

Front Row Center

"A master class in acting, handled by two exquisite actors"

Times Square Chronicles

"Involving and splendidly acted"

This Week In New York

 

VIDEOS

WATCH THE TRAILER

Step inside the Jonah and Otto rehearsal room. 

AUDIENCE REACTIONS

What did you think of Jonah and Otto?

 

INTERVIEWS

Times Square Chronicles

Meet Rupert Simonian of Jonah and Otto: a Young Actor on the Rise

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The Royal Court Playwright's Podcast

Simon Stephens interviews Jonah and Otto author Robert Holman

Listen here

The Dionysian

Rupert Simonian: Lost Tribe Theatre/Film

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Visible Soul

People You Should Know: Rupert Simonian

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Broadway Box

Introduce Yourself(ie): 10 Questions with Jonah and Otto star Rupert Simonian

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WPKN

State of the Arts with Sean Gormley of Jonah and Otto

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MORE LINKS

PHOTOS

See production photos and pictures from our star-studded opening night.

CAST & CREW

Meet the men and women behind Jonah and Otto, including interviews with the playwright.

REVIEWS

Find out what the critics thought of this 'riveting' ★★★★★ play.