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The play


Deer

By Aaron Mark
Upper West Side empty nesters Ken and Cynthia hit a deer while driving to their weekend house in the Poconos. Cynthia tries desperately to nurse the dead animal back to life as Ken fights for his first weekend alone with his wife in twenty-five years. As their lifeless, bloody new pet takes over their lives, Ken and Cynthia will either rekindle their love or kill each other. Deer is a grisly play about normal people who snap.


The team


Nate Records

Nate Records is the director of the Amelia Earhart Playhouse for the US Army in Wiesbaden. He has directed musicals such as Elf the Musical, Avenue Q, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, and more, as well as plays such as Peter and the Starcatcher, The 39 Steps, and Doubt, a Parable (with FEST). In partnership with Das Europäische Theater, Nate has directed The Gin Game and Deer.
Nate received his Masters of Fine Arts in Directing from Baylor University (Waco, Texas) in 2007 where his thesis project was Hamlet. Nate’s bachelor’s in acting is from Northern Michigan University (Marquette, Michigan) in 2004. Nate was an Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts at East Texas Baptist University (Marshall, Texas) from 2007-2009. Upon returning to Germany in 2009, Nate ran KMC Onstage, the Army’s community theatre in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Amongst the shows he directed there were Mary Poppins, Bryony Lavery’s Frozen, Lost in Yonkers, and Noises Off.
When he is at home, Nate enjoys time with his wife Maren, his three kids (Eowyn, Asher, and Ivy), their dog Dakota, screen writing, and grilling. Nate was born in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, but grew up in Olney, Illinois.
Nate was the director of the first English production of Das Europäische Theater, „The Gin Game“ by D.L. Coburn

Bobbie Lording

Bobbie Lording Bobbie was involved in classical and modern theatre productions in the UK before moving to Germany. Over the years, she has appeared on stages in Wiesbaden, Frankfurt and Darmstadt in numerous roles, including: Mrs Kendall in “The Elephant Man”, Lady Bracknell in “The Importance of Being Earnest, ” Mrs Ravenscroft in “Ravenscroft”, La Marquise de Merteuil in “Les Liaisons Dangereuses”, Dr Livingstone in “Agnes of God”, Abby Brewster in “Arsenic and Old Lace”, Mrs Popovic in “The Boor”, Olive Madison in “The Odd Couple” (Female Version). Carol in "The Last Romance". She is a long-standing member of FEST (the Frankfurt English Speaking Theater) and is part of the Kryptonite Radio Theater ensemble in Wiesbaden. She can also be seen on the stage at the Amelia Earhart Playhouse. Bobbie was the female lead character Fonsia in the first English production of Das Europäische Theater, „The Gin Game“ by D.L. Coburn

Philippe Jacq

Philippe Jacq from France, has been living on and off in Germany for the past 30 years. He has played in many theatre productions in German, English and French all over Europe. He played Bruce in "Beyond Therapy", Paul in "Loose Ends", Garcin in "No Exit"... Over the years, he has appeared on screen in a number of TV and film productions in Germany such as "Tatort", "Tag der Wahrheit" and many others. He portrayed the mayor of Nizza in the Emmy Award winning TV series "Die Manns". in 2020 he was in The HBO HULU Production "The Head". In 2021 he played Helmut Käser in the series "El Pre$idente2" directed by Oscar winning director Armando Bo.
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