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Keep by Francesca Pazniokas

Directed by Stephanie C. Cunningham

Keep tells the story of a young hoarder, Naomi. Naomi is trapped in her home by her own belongings, unable to throw anything away. But when Naomi's sisters surprise her with an intervention, she is forced to start cleaning her home. What seems like a straightforward plan soon proves far more difficult than any of the sisters imagined, as old resents and secrets come to the surface-- secrets like the fate of their missing sister, Margo, who disappeared years before. 



Kim Krane* as NAOMI

Directed by Stephanie C. Cunningham


Set Design by Alfred Schatz 

Lighting Design by Cate DiGirolamo

Sound Design by J. Alexander Diaz

Costume Design by Laurel Livezey

Graphic Design by Maya Eliam


Production Stage Manager

Benjamin Andrew Vigil  



Kim is a co-founder of Mastodon, a production company dedicated to fostering the work of emerging artists. With Mastodon she recently produced Pint Size Plays, an evening that included nine new works with a company of twenty-two writers, directors and actors.  NY credits include: Emily Weldon in Butcher (Harold Clurman Lab Theatre), Simone in Elemeno Pea (Access Theatre), The Lost Girl in The Mirror Show (NY Fringe) and Karin in Die Kleinen (Access Theatre).  She works for New York Shakespeare Exchange with ShakesBEER as an actor, director and producer and has performed such roles as Juliet, Ophelia, Helena and more during her time with them. She has performed with Amios’ Shotz: The National Pastime at the Kraine Theatre and Off-Broadway on Theatre Row as part of Athena Writes with Athena Theatre. Favorite regional credits include: Virginia Galilei in The Life of Galileo (Cleveland Play House), Anna in A Bright New Boise (DOBAMA Theatre) and Alice in Closer (Knockabout Theatre). Kim Krane is graduate of the Case Western Reserve/Cleveland Play House MFA Acting program.

At TBG Theatre 

located at 312 W. 36th Street



Thursday April 7- 8pm

Friday April 8- 8pm

Saturday April 9- 8pm

Monday April 11- 8pm

Tuesday April 12- 8pm



Thursday April 14- 8pm

Friday April 15- 8pm

Saturday April 16- 8pm

Sunday April 17- 3pm

Thursday April 21- 8pm

Friday April 22- 8pm

Saturday April 23- 8pm

Wednesday April 27- 8pm

Thursday April 28- 8pm

Friday April 29- 8pm

Saturday April 30- 8pm

Jenna D'Angelo as KARA

Jenna is a co-founder of Mastodon Theatre Company ( as well as a Guest Artist with Wide Eyed Productions. Jenna recently helped write, produce and star in the upcoming webseries BAR CROSSED LOVERS. BA: Western Michigan University. Theatre: How Alfo Learned to Love (59E59), The Wedding Guest (reading: Moisés Kaufman), Elemeno Pea (Mastodon), Animals (FringeNYC), Leah in Vegas (FringeNYC). TV/Film: The Perfect Murder (Discovery ID), Madeleine Zabel (Cambridge Film Festival), Silent Wave (Best Supporting Actress in a Short nomination), Vlogger (Take Two Festival), Bruiser (Intendence Film Festival), Kin (Nitehawk Film Festival)

Madison Comerzon as JANE

Madison is a co-founder of Mastodon. She hails from Detroit, Michigan and has been living in New York for six years where she works as an actor and Pilates instructor. She received her BA in Theatre and Dance from Western Michigan University.  She also completed the two year acting program at William Esper Studio styding under Bill Esper.  Previous credits include: Michaela in Elemeno Pea (Mastodon), Addision in Miss Hope's (Nylon Fusion Collective), Felice in After the Fall (Variations Theatre Group), Kelly in Love and the Small Print (2012 Cannes Film Festival), and appearances in ABC's What Would You Do. 

Leslie Marseglia as MARGO

Leslie is proud to be a guest artist with Wide Eyed. She graduated with an MFA in acting from The New School for Drama, where favorite roles include Rosalind in As You Like It and Beth in the old forever new things. Other roles include: Mrs. Baines, Major Barbara (Brave New World Rep); Brenda, Leah in Vegas (Fringe NYC); and Miss Jessel, Turn of the Screw (Everyday Inferno). Leslie also holds a BFA from NYU, Tisch.

* Appearing Couresy of Actors Equity Association 
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