Photos: See Holland Taylor and Ana Villafañe Face Off in N/A | Playbill

Production Photos Photos: See Holland Taylor and Ana Villafañe Face Off in N/A

In the new Off-Broadway play, the two play congresswomen who bear a resemblance to real people.

Ana Villafañe and Holland Taylor in N/A Daniel Rader

The new play N/A by Mario Correa has opened at Off-Broadway's Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater at Lincoln Center, and Playbill has the first look at stars Holland Taylor and Ana Villafañe in some very uncanny costuming. See the reviews for the production here.

The work follows two congresswomen—N, the first female speaker of the house (Taylor), and A, the youngest woman ever elected to Congress (Villafañe). Inspired by real people and events, N/A depicts the pair in a battle of wills and wits on the perilous path to progress. Though the production doesn't specify who the real-life figures are represented in the play, the two actors have been costumed to bear more than a striking resemblance to U.S. House Representatives Nancy Pelosi and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

"Of course, these are real people that the public knows about," Taylor told Playbill in a previous interview. But she added that the point of the play are "the ideas: two different generations, two different points of view and how do they get the government."

N/A runs until August 4. 

Tony winner Diane Paulus directs. The creative team includes scenic and costume designer Myung Hee Cho, lighting designer Mextly Couzin, sound designer Sun Hee Kil, and projection designer Lisa Renkel of POSSIBLE. Casting is by Tesley & Co's Will Cantler. 

N/A is produced by Jeffrey Richards, Bob Boyett, Louise Gund, Hunter Arnold, M/B/P Productions, and Broadway Breakfast Club.

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Photos: Holland Taylor and Ana Villafañe in N/A Off-Broadway

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