MARCH 13, 2024 - April 28, 2024


Carlo crashes her ex’s wedding with three simple goals: Don’t get drunk. Don’t make any kids cry. Don’t try to win back the bride, no matter how boring the groom is. (She’ll ultimately fail at all three.) A very, very funny play about loneliness, estrangement, and a slow-burn romance with being alive.

Show Information

Runtime: 75 minutes with no intermission

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Environment Warnings: This production of At the Wedding contains the use of simulated vaping, herbal tobacco, haze, simulated camera flash, twinkling lights, and a mirror ball.

Please note late seating will be determined at the discretion of House Management.

At the Wedding is generously underwritten by Albert G. Lauber & Craig Hoffman.


April 2024


The Artists


U/S Carlo

Allison Fitzgerald

Allison Fitzgerald is a DC-based singer and actor. Her theatre credits include Espejos: Clean and Fun Home at Studio Theatre, Merrily We Roll Along and Elegies at The Keegan Theatre, The Rocky Horror Show at Iron Crow Theatre, Little Women at Montgomery Summer Dinner Theatre.  

U/S Carly/Eva

Korinn Walfall

Korinn Walfall Regional credits include Jesus Christ Superstar, Ain’t Misbehavin’, Guns & Powder (reading), and U.G.L.Y. (reading) at Signature Theatre; Caroline, or Change (Helen Hayes Nomination for Best Supporting Actress) at Round House Theatre; and Hope Dies Last (reading) at Fords Theatre. Korinn appeared in the national tour of Amazing Grace. Korrin was a Creative and Performing Arts Scholar at University of Maryland College Park.

U/S Eli/Victor

Keith Rubin

Keith Rubin (he/him) is an actor, writer, and producer. Off-Broadway credits include the original production of Puffs (New World Stages), 1927  (ArsNova), and Ship of Clowns (Primary Stages). He was previously in DC for People, Places, and Things at Studio Theatre as well as Macbeth in Stride at Shakespeare Theatre Company. He can also be seen on television in The Equalizer, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, At Home with Amy Sedaris, The Iliza Shlesinger Sketch Show, Alternatino, and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, among others. As a filmmaker, his work has premiered at the SOHO International Film Festival and been seen at festivals around the country. On social media @keithrubin (Instagram) 

U/S Maria

Alison Bauer

Alison Bauer (U/S Maria; she/her/hers) is an actor making her Studio debut. Her theater credits include The Vandal with Edge of the Universe Players, Thrush and the Woodpecker at the Source Festival, and Airswimming self-produced at the DC Fringe Festival. Alison can also be seen in independent films including Gloria’s Birthday, and Bridge. Alison is a graduate of the Honors Acting Conservatory at the Theatre Lab School of Dramatic Arts.

U/S Leigh

Kate Kenworthy

Kate Kenworthy is a nonbinary actor and writer. Their theatre credits include Agreste at Spooky Action Theatre, Angel Number Nine at Rorschach Theatre, and Merry Wives of Windsor at The Maryland Renaissance Festival. They have also appeared in the staged readings Tofana at Avant Bard Theatre, Stay Safe at Voices Festival Productions, and Even When the World Burns at Rorschach Theatre.

Production Team


Luciana Stecconi

Luciana Stecconi’s (Set Designer) previous Studio Theatre credits include John Proctor is the Villain, Kings, The Effect, Hedda Gabler, Cloud 9, Contractions, and many more. Recent regional designs include: Fat Ham at Huntington Theatre Company and Alliance Theatre, The Art of Burning at Huntington Theatre Company and Hartford Stage, Witch at Huntington Theatre Company, Faith Healer at Barrington Stage Company, Antonio’s Song at Goodman Theatre, Anna in the Tropics at Bay Street Theater, Agatha Christie's Murder on the Orient Express and Antonio’s Song at Milwaukee Rep, Macbeth at Merrimack Repertory Theatre, and A Wind in the Door at The Kennedy Center Theater for Young Audiences. She has designed for Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, Round House Theatre, Signature Theatre, Theater J, Everyman Theatre, Olney Theatre Center, Mosaic Theatre Company, and the Contemporary American Theatre Festival, among others. She is an Associate Professor in Scenic Design at Emerson College. Luciana holds an MFA in design from Brandeis University. 


Danielle Preston

Danielle Preston (Costume Designer) is a costume designer based in Washington, DC previous Studio Theatre credits include Fat Ham, Clyde’s, and P.Y.G. or the Mis-Edumacation of Dorian Belle. Recent regional credits include Blues for an Alabama Sky at Barrington Stage Company, The Sensational Sea Mink-ettes at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, Passing Strange and Penelope at Signature Theatre, A Nice Indian Boy at Olney Theatre Center, Locomotion at Children’s Theatre Company, School Girls; or, The African Mean Girls Play and The REALNESS at the Hangar Theatre, and Quamino’s Map at Chicago Opera Theater. Danielle received the 2022 OPERA America Tobin Director-Designer Prize, the William R. Kenan Jr. Fellowship in Costume Design with The Kennedy Center, and the A.J. Fletcher Opera Institute Fellowship in Costume Design. She holds an MFA in Costume Design from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. She is a proud member of United Scenic Artists Local 829. On social media @danielleprestondesign (Instagram)   


Mary Louise Geiger


Jane Shaw

Jane Shaw (Sound Designer; she/her) is making her Studio Theatre debut. New York credits include The Wanderers at Roundabout Theatre Company, The Fears at Signature Theatre Company NYC, Men on Boats at Playwrights Horizons, Actually at Manhattan Theatre Club, Measure for Measure at Theatre for a New Audience, and productions with the Mint Theater Company, National Black Theatre, Repertorio Español, New York Theatre Workshop, and Bedlam. Regional credits include A Christmas Carol (composer) at Guthrie Theater; Our Daughters, Like Pillars at Huntington Theatre Company; The Engagement Party at Hartford Stage and Geffen Playhouse; and The Railway Children (co-composer/lyricist) at Northern Stage. She has also worked at Cleveland Play House, The Old Globe, Mark Taper Forum, Two River Theater, Asolo Repertory Theatre, Dorset Theatre Festival, American Conservatory Theater, American Repertory Theater, TheatreWorks Silicon Valley, and Long Wharf Theatre. She is the recipient of a Drama Desk Award, Connecticut Critics Circle Award, Henry Award, Bessie Award, Meet the Composer Grant, and NEA/TCG Career Development Grant. She is a proud member of TSDCA (Theatrical Sound Designers and Composers Association) and USA Local 829.  


Deb Thomas

Deb Thomas was the Props Director at Studio Theatre from 2009 to 2019. Studio credits include set design for Terminus, assistant set design for Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, and props design for Fat Ham, Heroes of the Fourth Turning, John Proctor is the Villain, and Pass Over, among others. Additional credits include Confederates, Monumental Travesties, Bars and Measures, The Till Trilogy, Marys Seacole, Birds of North America, and Eureka Day at Mosaic Theater Company; and The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife and Freud’s Last Session at Theater J. Upcoming work includes Metamorphoses at Folger Shakespeare Theatre. She was a sculptor and sculpture consultant for TLC’s DC Cupcakes, a set designer for the Washington Bureau of TV Tokyo, and did the original set design for Discovery Channel’s Puppy Bowl. In addition to working for all national networks, her work includes production design for Dolley Madison and art direction for Alexander Hamilton (both PBS American Experience), as well as set design for Discovery Channel’s Moments in History, “Jamestown: Against All Odds.” 


Britta Joy Peterson

Britta Joy Peterson (she/they) is a director and choreographer who organizes constellations of relations on stage, page, and screen. BJP's recent work has been seen at The Kennedy Center, Dance Place in DC, The Floor in New York, Sibu International Dance Festival in Malaysia, Performance Mix 33 in New York, Lyric Repertory Company in Utah, Arts and Society Conference in France, Imagination Stage in Maryland, Triskelion Arts in New York, Sonics Immersive Media Lab in England, Paramount Theatre in Minnesota, as well as on NBC, CBS, and in independent short and feature films. BJP is a co-founder of the performance platforms “Exquisite Frame” in DC and “SH*T GOLD” in Washington and has designed award-winning dance curricula for American University and Western Wyoming Community College. BJP holds an MFA from Arizona State University and is based in Lenapehoking/Brooklyn. 


Adrien-Alice Hansel

Adrien-Alice Hansel (she/her) is the Literary Director at Studio, where she has dramaturged the world premieres of Good Bones, John Proctor is the Villain, I Hate it Here, Queen of Basel, No Sisters, I Wanna Fucking Tear You Apart, Red Speedo, Dirt, Lungs, and The History of Kisses, among others, as well as productions of Love, Love, Love; Fat Ham; Fun Home; English; Heroes of the Fourth Turning; Flow;2.5 Minute Ride; Translations; Curve of Departure; Wig Out!; Straight White Men; and Bad Jews (twice), among others. Prior to joining Studio, she spent eight seasons at the Actors Theatre of Louisville, where she headed the literary department and coordinated project scouting, selection, and development for the Humana Festival of New American Plays. She is the co-editor of eight anthologies of plays from Actors Theatre and editor of 12 editions of plays through Studio. Adrien-Alice holds an MFA from the Yale School of Drama.  


John Keith Hall

John Keith Hall has stage managed many productions at Studio including Espejos: Clean, Fun Home, EnglishBad JewsChoir BoyCockWater by the Spoonful, Tribes, The Habit of Art, Torch Song Trilogy, 4000 Miles, In the Red and Brown Water, The History Boys, and The Road to Mecca. Other DC area credits include Ain’t No Mo’, Where We BelongShipwreckThe Peculiar Patriot, Gloria, FamiliarHir, An Octoroon, and The Nether at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company; The Producers, Mary Poppins, Sweeney Todd, Annie, The Crucible, On the Town, Matilda the Musical, Cabaret, and Beauty and the Beast at Olney Theatre Center; Show Way at the Kennedy Center TYA;  Ain’t Misbehavin’, Soon, and West Side Story at Signature Theatre. His regional credits include over 40 productions as Resident Stage Manager at the Barter Theatre as well as Shadowlands Stage, Virginia Musical Theatre, and Contemporary American Theatre Festival.


Alan Filderman

Alan Filderman has previously worked at Studio before casting Choir Boy and Wig Out. Broadway credits include 33 Variations, Grey Gardens, Marie Christine, Master Class (original production), and Once on this Island (original production). Off Broadway credits include Fiorello, Inner Voices, Langston in Harlem, The Boys in the Band (2010), Dessa Rose, Here Lies Jenny, A New Brain, A Beautiful Thing, Three Tall Women, From the Mississippi Delta, Song of Singapore, The Sum of Us. Regional credits include work with The Philadelphia Theatre Company, The O’Neill (plays and musicals), Sundance (musicals), Weston Playhouse, Theatre Works Silicon Valley and many other theatres across the country. Flim credits include Ice Age, Broadway Damage, and Anastasia. Alan’s work as a director includes productions of Godspell, You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown, and Runaways. Alan is an Adjunct Professor at NYU Tisch School of the Arts. 


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