Esme’s Friends & Family Page


Hi. 🙂 Thanks for visiting the Bridge Rep website, and this private page we’ve set up for my friends and family. After taking a look, please consider making a tax-deductible donation so we can bring our exciting second season to life. You are here because I feel you have contributed to my growth as a person and an artist — thank you. I hope I am making you proud!

Thanks, Es

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Many of you have known about Bridge Rep since we first formed the company last March, when we produced The Lover, by Harold Pinter. Below are some photos from that show, which got us off to a great start:

Click on any thumbnail, above, to zoom in.


After The Lover, we produced a full season from Sep 2013 – June 2014. Four shows in all!

In the fourth and final show of our season, Gidion’s Knot, I took my first turn as a Scenic Designer, and am really proud of how the product came together:



So far, we have been really well received. We even got some prestigious nominations from the Elliot Norton Awards Committee and the Independent Reviewers of New England!

imgresElliot Norton Nomination
Best Production of a Play // The Libertine


Independent Reviewers of New England Nominations
Best Production of a Play // The Lover
Best Director // The Lover and The Libertine
Best Actor // The Libertine
Best Actress // The Lover
Best Scenic Design // The Lover
Best Costume Design // The Libertine
Best Sound Design // The Lover


In the upcoming season, I’ll be working on props for our fall show. It’s called The Forgetting Curve, and some of it is set in the 1950’s, so I’ll get to indulge my love of mid-century furniture and other items…

The Forgetting Curve-2


I am incredibly proud of the work that Bridge Rep has accomplished in just one year. Even more than making theatre, we have built an amazing community of patrons and artists that I truly believes serves the city of Boston.

Will you help me continue to create joy, culture and community by making a tax-deductible gift to Bridge Rep? To give you an idea — our shows cost between $15,000 – $30,000 to produce, so a gift of any amount that is meaningful to you will also be meaningful to me and to the company! Here are some ways to get started:

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