Talk Tomorrow

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Talk Tomorrow

       by Lyto Triantafyllidou

This is a story happening now.

The Covid19 crisis finds Alice away from her home and her partner. Her voice messages to him compose an audio diary of her 200-day static journey in quarantine.

Written and Directed by Lyto Triantafyllidou 

 With Jennean Farmer, Anthony Merchant and Nick Chris

Sound Design by Evdoxia Ragkou

Lyto Triantafyllidou

Originally from Greece, Lyto Triantafyllidou is a New York based theater director, interested in exploring new ideas, colorful stories and unfamiliar cultures, through creating theater works that expand an audience's moral imagination. She has presented work in different festivals and platforms in United States, UK, Israel  and Greece. Lyto's latest work includes a production of Powder Her Face by Thomas Ades at the Greek National Opera (associate director), An Evening on River Styx by Stav Palti Negev at The 14th Street Y and the performance "Call Elsewhere", based on the play “Elsewhere: a play for an audience of one” by Stav Palti Negev, presented at New York Live Arts. She holds a MFA in Directing at The New School for Drama in New York City and a BA degree from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Faculty of Fines Arts, School for Drama. She is at

Evdoxia Ragkou

Evdoxia studied musicology at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and obtained her first post-graduate degree in the UK, where she earned a Master of Music at the University of Huddersfield. During her time there she focused on noise; its politics, aesthetics, means of creation, and place in experimental music. She moved to New York in 2014 to study philosophy of music at the New School of Social Research, where she earned a Master of Arts. Currently she is a MFA student at Yale School of Drama, enrolled in the Sound Design department. During her music
career she was a member of several experimental music groups and worked on computer music composition. She has designed shows off off Broadway in New York, and assisted in off Broadway venues such as Playwrights Horizons and Yale Repertory Theater. Recently she made her debut at Yale Cabaret with the radio play Ain’t No Dead Thing.

Jennean Farmer


Jennean Farmer received her Master of Fine Arts in Acting from The New School for Drama in New York City in 2015.  Before receiving her MFA, Jennean served eight years in the military and is an Operation Iraqi Freedom War Veteran. She also has a background in Radio/Television Broadcasting having worked professionally as traffic reporter.  A few of her credits include:  NYC Theater - TONI STONE (Roundabout Theatre), AIN'T NO MO' (The Public Theater). Regional -  MLIMA'S TALE (Westport Country Playhouse), THINK BEFORE YOU HOLLA (DC Fringe Festival), A PIECE OF MY HEART (Speranza Theatre Company).  Television/Film - FBI on CBS, ONE TREE HILL, SMILE.

Anthony Vaughn Merchant

Anthony is an actor, director and Fight Choreographer. He has become recognized for his work in classical plays since graduating his Master of Fine Arts degree from UMKC. He has been nominated for an Adelco award twice for his role in The Tempest and Midsummer Night's Dream. He is also a proud member of Epic Theatre Ensemble, Less Than Rent and Shakespeare in the Square. Most recently he appeared in Pay No Attention to the Girl with Target Margin. Anthony can also be seen on screen, having worked on several shows including Vinyl, Luke Cage and Mr. Robot as well as playing Horatio in the Award winning film Hamlet in the Golden Vale

Nick Chris

Nick comes from the Boston area. He has performed all over the United States and he has received two Broadway World Boston nominations for his work in Arcadia, and Some Explicit Polaroids as well as an IRNE award for best ensemble, also for Arcadia. You may also look forward to the release of his web series The thing with Jed. Nick holds a BFA in acting from Emerson college as well as an MFA in acting from The New School.