Somewhere between Oregon and Antarctica lie several points on a continuum: Susan, a writer at an artists residency at the South Pole; Captain Robert Falcon Scott, leader of the British Antarctic expedition of 1912; and Hilary, Susan’s 21-year-old daughter. When an insomniac EMT named Alex becomes the hapless link among them, time collapses, geographies blend and destinies emerge. 2w/2m, 90 minutes, no intermission.

Stolowitz’s Antarktikos will continue to haunt its viewers long after a performance of it ends.

H.L. Hix, Oregon Literary Arts Drama Fellowship Judge

The seductive setting carries a story that upsets and expands expectation.

Christopher Rawson, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

I’m always completely in the story, at the edge of my seat, wondering.

Lydia R. Diamond, Judge Oregon Book Award Drama

these characters thrive in blasted heaths of the imagination where transformation and sometimes even transfiguration takes place

Mead Hunter, Artistic Director, The New Harmony Project

Production History

World Premiere: Pittsburgh Playhouse. Pittsburgh, PA 2013.
Development: The Barrow Group (NYC), The New Harmony Project, JAW Festival