by Sam Graber

Directed by Katrin Hilbe

Performances begin March 8 at TheaterLab

Shooter is the story of a shooter-massacre stopped before it can happen. When Jim sees a teenage boy with two shotguns beneath his trench coat nearing the entrance of the local high school, Jim pulls his own firearm and stops a potential massacre. Jim is a hero. But as more details on the incident are uncovered, what really happened becomes a lot less clear.

Shooter is a human tale focusing on the fallout between three friends, each of whom may have contributed some way to the would-be shooting. In an era rife with massacres carried out almost exclusively by men, Shooter explores the relationship of gun violence to the male identity.

Shooter stars Ean Sheehy (NYTW’s Red-Eye to Havre de Grace, Theresa Rebeck’s What We’re Up Against), CK Allen (Good Boys and True, Composure), David Perez-Ribada (Change at HERE), Michael Gnat (The Navigator, 2009 nytheatre.com Person of the Year) and Nicholas-Tyler Corbin (Lili Marlene at St. Luke’s Theater). The production team includes Chava Curland (assistant director & associate producer), Sarah Edkins (set), Cheyenne Sykes (lighting and projection design), Andy Evan Cohen (sound design), Lara de Brujin (costumes) and Rebecca Shafer (stage manager).



  • Thurs, 3/8 @ 8pm
  • Friday, 3/9 @ 8pm
  • Saturday, 3/10 @ 8pm
    (Official Opening Night)


  • Thursday 3/15/18 @ 8pm
  • Friday 3/16/18 @ 8pm
  • Saturday 3/17/18 @ 8pm
  • Sunday 3/18/18 @ 5pm


  • Thursday 3/22/18 @ 8pm
  • Friday 3/23/18 @ 8pm
  • Saturday 3/24/18 @ 8pm
  • Sunday 3/25/18 @ 5pm


  • Thursday 3/29/18 @ 8pm
  • Friday 3/30/18 @ 8pm
  • Saturday 3/31/18 @ 8pm (Closing Night)

TheaterLab, 357 West 36th Street, between 8th and 9th Avenues, 3rd floor, elevator access and ADA.
TheaterLab reachable from the A,C,E trains at 34th Street. Tickets can also be purchased via 212-352-3101.


Sam Graber is an American playwright based in Minneapolis, MN. In 2016 his play Modern Prophet was awarded to the Broadway Producer List (NYC). His plays have performed in some shape or form by theater companies from NYC to LA with many stage stops in between. He is an associate artist of Swandive Theatre and Board Member at Arts Nest. His plays Detainee, Lottery Play and Everything’s Free! have been published in the Smith & Kraus ‘Best Plays’ anthologies. He teaches at The Playwrights’ Center. For more visit www.SamGraber.com.
Katrin Hilbe is a director of Liechtenstein-Kansas origin, working in the US and in Europe. Her production of R. Strauss’ Salome for New Orleans Opera won “Best Opera Production,” and her production of Julia Pascal's St Joan won the Hilton Edwards Award for best direction and adaptation at the Dublin International Gay Theatre Festival. Katrin is a regular contributor to EUROPEAN STAGES, a publication of the Martin E. Segal Center. Katrin is a member of SDC, LPTW, TRU, DG and the PDU of The Actors Studio. For more visit www.KatrinHilbe.com.

ManyTracks. Since its inception in 2009, ManyTracks has steadily generated projects of varied subjects, themes and ambitions that have been seen in New York, Seattle, Edinburgh, London, Dublin, and Liechtenstein. Past productions include a revival of The Savannah Disputation by Evan Smith, a new translation of a Georg Büchner’s Danton’s Death, the World Premiere of Hayley Heaton’s The Man in the Newspaper Hat, and Rivka Bekerman-Greenberg’s Breaking the Silence starring Jan Leslie Harding. For more visit www.ManyTracks.org.


Jim - Ean Sheehy*

Alan - CK Allen

Ben-David - David Perez-Ribada*

Troy - Michael Gnat*

Gavin - Nicholas-Tyler Corbin


Direction & Production – Katrin Hilbe +

Assistant Director & Associate Producer - Chava Curland

Scenic Design – Sarah Edkins

Lighting & Projection Design - Cheyenne Sykes

Sound Design - Andy Evan Cohen

Costume Design - Lara de Bruijn

Photography - Carol Rosegg

Stage Management - Tara Smith

PR - Spin Cycle NYC

+ member of SDC * member of AEA