The Year To Come at La Jolla Playhouse
By Lindsey Ferrentino
Directed by Anne Kauffman
The cast features Adam Chanler-Berat (Amélie, Peter and the Starcatcher) as Jim, Marcia DeBonis (Small Mouth Sounds) as Pam, Jenna Dioguardi (The Wolves) as Abigail, seven-time Emmy nominee Jane Kaczmarek (Malcolm in the Middle) as Estelle, Pomme Koch (The Band’s Visit) as Sinan, Jonathan Nichols (Grey’s Anatomy) as Frank, Ray Anthony Thomas (Playhouse’s Glengarry Glen Ross) as Joe, and Peter Van Wagner (Public Theater’s Othello) as Pop Pop.
The Band Visits Cariani at The Pershing Square Signature Center
By John Cariani
Directed by Moritz Von Steulpnagel
Produced by Pomme Koch & Sharone Sayegh
The Band's Visit on Broadway
Opened November, 2017
Directed by David Cromer, Book by Itmar Moses, Original Score by David Yazbek.
Produced by Orin Wolf, John Styles, John N. Hart Jr., and Atlantic Theater Company.
A Thousand Splendid Suns, A.C.T. & Theatre Calgary
The world premiere adaptation of Khaled Hosseini's bestselling novel, A THOUSAND SPLENDID SUNS, played for over 40,000 people in The United States and Canada at A.C.T. and Theatre Calgary. Directed by Carey Perloff and adapted by Ursula Rani Sarma
National Alliance for Musical Theatre, Annual Festival of New Musicals
WE LIVE IN CAIRO. Book, music & lyrics by Patrick & Daniel Lazour. Directed by Kareem Fahmy, Musical Direction by Eli Zoller.
Eugene O'Neill Theater, National Playwright's Conference
AGAINST THE HILLSIDE. By Sylvia Khoury, Directed by Portia Kreiger.
THE INVISIBLE HAND, Marin Theatre Company
Ayad Akhtar's Revised Edition of THE INVISIBLE HAND made its North American Premiere at Marin Theatre Company in the San Francisco Bay Area. Directed by Jasson Minadakis.
"As performed by Pomme Koch, in a striking MTC debut, Bashir’s mercurial changes of mood are so finely calibrated that you wind up sympathizing with a guy who’s basically a jerk." The San Francisco Chronicle
WHO'S YOUR BAGHDADDY? OR HOW I STARTED THE IRAQ WAR
Written by Marshall Pailet and A.D. Penedo; Based on a Screenplay by J.T. Allen; Directed by Marshall Pailet
"...Pomme Koch, who had a lush, resonant singing voice and the right amount of ambiguity. This man could be telling the truth about the mobile chemical-weaponry labs — or he could be a slimeball." NYT Critic's Pick