European Premiere

The Marriage of Alice B. Toklas by Gertrude Stein 



17 March -
16 April 2022


“Let me give you some advice about marriage.” 

Everyone’s invited to the wedding of the century. Picasso’s arrived with one of his wives, and two of his mistresses. Hemingway is here too, with his wife and his favourite matador. And at the top table, the brides, literary superstars: Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas, presiding over a banquet of conversation about art, genius, sex, fame, and love. 

Fuelled only by wedding champagne (including a glass for our guests, of course!), four brave actors play over thirty characters in this breathtaking marriage farce. Edward Einhorn has been’s Person of the Year, and has received Critics’ Choice awards from Village Voice, Time Out, and The New York Times. 

By special arrangement with James L. Simon Productions and Untitled Theater Company No. 61





Kelly Burke
Kelly is American actress, singer, and writer based in London. She trained at RADA and has since appeared in numerous stage productions and on screen. She is the chair of UK Equity's Women's Committee.
Natasha Byrne
Gertrude Stein
Natasha trained at Central School of Speech and Drama and since then has appeared on stage and screen including on Holby City, Grange Hill, and Lee Mack’s Not Going Out.
Mark Huckett
Mark is an English actor who trained at Drama Studio London and has worked in theatre ever since, from theatre in education to small- and large-scale tours (both at home and abroad) to the West End.
Alyssa Simon
Alice B Toklas
Alyssa is a NYC based actor who has worked in theatre, film and television. She has won NYIT awards as an ensemble member of Gemini CollisionWorks and has worked with Mr. Einhorn in several productions with his company, Untitled Theatre Co. #61

Edward Einhorn
Writer & Director
Machiko Weston
Set Designer
Ali Hunter
Lighting Designer
Anna Lewis
Costume Designer
Mark Bruckner
Sound Designer


“A Fantasy as loopy as a French farce ... a dizzying dervish of delight”
Broadway World

“Surprises us by revealing the cost beneath the camp”
The New York Times