Islander (Off-Broadway, Playhouse 46 at St. Luke's, 2022) | Playbill




Staged with a contemporary folk-inspired score and epic storytelling, two performers reveal a world of characters, live-mixing and layering their voices to create a dazzling, unexpected soundscape as dramatic as the Scottish coastline.

Eilidh is the only child on Kinnan Island, where most of the dwindling population has moved to the “Big Land.” As the island’s residents debate its future, a baby whale beaches itself, and Eilidh discovers a mysterious girl along the shore. This modern myth takes audiences on a journey that transcends loss, recovers hope, and finds community.

Conceived and Directed by Amy Draper
Lighting Design by Simon Wilkinson
Costume Design by Hahnji Jang
Sound Design by Twi McCallum

Featuring Kirsty Findlay, Bethany Tennick


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