White Rabbit Red Rabbit




No director. No set. No rehearsals.

A metaphorical work by Iranian playwright Nassim Soleimanpour, White Rabbit Red Rabbit has been performed in many cities, but is always unique, thanks to Soleimanpour’s rules: Each night of the performance, the audience arrives to a stage set with only a script in a sealed envelope. Every night, a different actor takes the stage, opens the envelope, and reads the script aloud for the first—and last—time.

Join us in discovering the play no one is allowed to talk about.


NOVEMBER 14-16, 2016

White Rabbit Red Rabbit
Harvard University
2 Arrow St
Cambridge, MA

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Sam Cha is a poet, teacher, editor, and translator. His work has appeared in, or is forthcoming from, several places, including apt, Anderbo, Better, Boston Review, decomP, DIAGRAM, Memorious, Missouri Review, Rattle, and RHINO. He’s a poetry editor at Radius. He lives and writes in Cambridge.

Sam will be performing at the November 16 show.

Want to know how Sam is preparing for WRRR? Read his cast interview.



Carissa Halston co-founded Aforementioned Productions in 2005. Her plays have been produced in New York and Boston, and she toured in the US and Canada for her literary performance piece, Portraiture. For five years, Carissa hosted and curated the reading series, Literary Firsts. She is thrilled to be producing and performing White Rabbit Red Rabbit.

Carissa will be performing at the November 14 show.

Want to know how Carissa is preparing for WRRR? Read her cast interview.



Jen (O’Connor) Taschereau is a Boston-based actor. She spent seven seasons as a company member with Whistler in the Dark where she performed in multiple productions including Mary’s Wedding and Tales from Ovid. She has worked with imaginary beasts, New Rep on Tour, Mill 6, Apollinaire Theatre, and Aforementioned Productions starting with their first production, Cleavage. Jen’s most recent role has been as a new mom to her little boy. It’s been a few years since she’s performed but she is thrilled to be back with old friends.

Jen will be performing at the November 15 show.

Want to know how Jen is preparing for WRRR? Read her cast interview.



“Playful, enigmatic, and haunting” — Charles Isherwood, The New York Times

“A dazzling, transcendent piece of alive-and-kicking theatre…I experienced a play that no one in the world will ever experience again…the whole building felt like it was living and breathing.” — Entertainment Weekly

“A thoughtful, playful response to oppression.” — The Guardian

“An eye-popping experience.” — Associated Press

“Playful, intimate, and engaging” — Newsday

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