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After Connor and Gwen Burns return home from their tour in Iraq, neither can find a way to process their trauma without hurting the other. The lasting damage and the joys of being home mix together until they are unsure if they're actually helping each other or just lashing out to relieve their personal pain. When are they actually there for each other? When are they crying wolf? Will they make it through?

CRY WOLF looks at the trials veterans face when they come home, the unfair placement of women as healers to broken men, and the fight we all have with our demons in our personal wars.



Current Production

CRY WOLF | NY Summerfest


The initial run of CRY WOLF at the NY Summerfest has now ended. To read a press release on the production, click the picture to the left. The audition calls for CONNOR BURNS are listed below.

(Actor's Equity Association | Broadway World)

To see the names and bios of the current creative team, visit The Team section of the website.

BroadwayWorld Press Release


Behind the Scenes

Fighting for Veterans and Mental Health

Follow Juliana Bearse (Director), Maggie Brennan (Veteran Psychology Doctoral Student), and Arlene Bozich (Playwright) through a multi-part series on the relationship CRY WOLF and veterans share with Community, Mental Health, Gender Politics, and other topics.

Part I on Community and Part 2 on Mental Health are available now



When & Where to see CRY WOLF

We have completed the initial run of CRY WOLF at the NY Summerfest. Follow us on Instagram for current project updates (@cry.wolf.play.nyc)


July 1st, 2nd, & 6th


The NY Summerfest

 The Hudson Guild Theater

441 W. 26 St

Thank you to everyone who attended these performances!



According to the VA National Suicide Data Report, " the suicide rate was 1.5 times greater for Veterans than for non-Veteran adults" in their report, updated in September 2018. These results have been consistent, and in some case increasing, over recent years as Veterans face more challenges returning home to civilian life after combat without proper mental health support.


Suicide prevention is the VA's top clinical priority - their goal is to ensure suicide prevention is a part of every aspect of Veterans’ lives, not just their interactions with VA.

The play is meant to explore and open the conversation that veterans and civilians need to have; the conversation around the increased veteran suicide rate and how we, as a society, can combat this crisis. The play has already been accepted into the NY Summerfest at the Hudson Guild Theatre. For our performances in the festival, we're looking to raise funds to pay our artists, insurance, scenic needs, and space rentals. Any amount you can give will be considered a 501(c)3 tax-deductible charitable contribution, due to our pairing with Fractured Atlas.


Meet The Team

Juliana Bearse


Juliana Bearse is a theatre artist based in Brooklyn. She has worked with artists such as Austin Pendleton and Barbara Houseman and has accepted a position as an Assistant Director at the Utah Shakespeare Festival with Vince Cardinal as her director. She has received training from Theatre Academy London, as well as her BFA from the University of Connecticut. Since arriving in New York, she has had the privilege to work at the Rattlestick, the Wild Project, and many others. Juliana is a proponent of the Stage Intimacy Choreography Movement and works to promote safe, artistically potent spaces. Follow her on Instagram @juliana_bearse

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Dylan Vaughan Skorish

Light & Sound Designer | Creative Consultant

Dylan Vaughan Skorish is a producer, designer, and writer originally from Pompano Beach, Florida. Recent credits include work at La Mama Experimental Theatre Club, Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, Theater For The New City, The Tank, and Object Movement Festival NYC. He currently attends NYU Tisch School of the Arts for Dramatic Writing with a concentration in playwriting and really loves his girlfriend and hamster named Sniffer. 

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* Denotes a member of Actor's Equity. Equity Showcase Approved.

Arlene Bozich*

Playwright | Actor, GWEN BURNS

Arlene is a writer, actress, and storyteller living and working in Manhattan. She graduated with her BA in Acting & English from Purdue University, then received her MFA in Acting from the University of Connecticut. To date, she has finished writing two novels, three full length plays, two TV Pilots, ten short stories, and thousands of pieces of unfinished work that she promises she'll get back to one day. As an actress, she has worked around the country. NYC: The Wild Project's1 2 3 the Play, Q2Q Productions' Chasing Jack, and TACT Salon's Stagedoor. Regional: Candida, A Flea in her Ear, Noises Off!, Sense & Sensibility, King Lear, Pride & Prejudice, A Midsummer Night's Dream,  and others.


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Connor Bond*


Connor grew up in Portland, OR surrounded by trees, theater, and jazz. He hopes you’ll leave here and reach out to someone you know who has served or at the very least, check in on your strong friend. NYC: Bridge Production Group’s Red Light Winter, Public Theater's Troilus and Cressida, Abingdon Theater’s Love! Valour! Compassion! Regional: Richard III, Henry IV Pt 1, Sense and Sensibility, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, The Winter's Tale, Camelot, The Foreigner, Legally Blonde, and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Film/TV/Web: The Deuce, Elementary, Madam Secretary, Blacklight, and Freelance on YouTube (it’s good). MFA in Acting from the University of California, Irvine.


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