Big Frog

By Dylan Guerra
Directed by Dustin Wills

Friday, April 29 @ 3PM
The Ars Nova Loft

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They used to lick frogs to get high at night on a Miami golf course. Ten years later, they’re back. And under investigation. And still dealing with shit from high school. And trying to hide a body. 

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Dylan Guerra is a gay, Latinx New York City-based artist originally from Miami, Florida. He is a member of Ars Nova’s Playgroup, Youngblood at EST, and P73’s Interstate73. His solo show “Find Him” recurs periodically at Ars Nova. Dylan currently writes on HBO Max’s The Other Two. He also is the host of AMC’s FearHQ on Twitch. BFA Southern Methodist University.

Dustin Wills is a peripatetic theatre and opera director. Upcoming: Jeremy O Harris’ A Boy’s Company Presents: Tell Me If I’m Hurting You, Kate Tarker’s MONTAG (Soho Rep), and Handel’s Alcina (Yale Opera). Recent: Hansol Jung’s Wolf Play (Soho Rep), Keith Reddin’s Black Snow (Juilliard), Phillip Howze’s Frontières Sans Frontières (Bushwick Starr—named a Top Ten Theatrical Production of 2017 by New York Magazine), Will Arbery’s Plano (Paper Chairs, Austin TX), Casey Llewellyn’s O, Earth (Foundry Theatre—Off-Broadway Alliance Best Play 2016), and a 2018 Baryshnikov Arts Center Residency. Recent opera: Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte and Stravinsky’s Le Rossignol. Wills has devised new work with Teatro L’Arciliuto in Rome, Italy, created large-scale puppetry pageants with Creative Action, trained with Augusto Boal in Theatre of the Oppressed legislative performance, and for a couple of years gave rogue tours of the Vatican. He is a Princess Grace Award recipient, as well as a Drama League and Boris Sagal directing fellow. MFA: Yale School of Drama.