Friday, June 28, 8PM
Saturday, June 29, 8PM
Irondale Center in Fort Greene, Brooklyn
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Join us for a brand-new installation performance piece that offers the audience intimate encounters with matters of life and death in New York City. Each audience member navigates his or her own experience inside the atmospheric Irondale Center encountering characters from ER nurses to priests, funeral directors to vampires, shamans to crime-scene cleaners - all drawn from interviews.
Come see the first public reading of this new musical!
Saturday, June 1 at 9:30PM
Tuesday, June 4 at 9:30PM
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Times Square is a new musical based on the cult classic 1980 film of the same name starring Tim Curry and Trini Alvarado. The musicals' creative team brings together veteran singer-songwriter Jill Sobule with her longtime collaborator Robin Eaton, Tony-nominated writer Jim Lewis, and director Steve Cosson.
Let Me Ascertain You: The Podcast is a weekly audio podcast series of performances crafted from interviews with real people about current and controversial topics, including Occupy Wall Street, Atlantic Yards, the adult entertainment industry, Evangelical Christianity, and more. The series includes songs and scenes from past plays and current projects, plus sneak peaks at works in development.
Subscribe on iTunes by clicking HERE!
You can help record the living history of OCCUPY!
We've got all the tools for you to interview participants in the Occupy movement, turn that interview into a piece of theater, perform it, send it over to us, and we'll share it with the world! We think that a network of people listening, performing and sharing has great potential to make an important contribution to the energy of this historic moment. What’s more, all of us working together can help record history as it evolves in different communities. Let this history come from the people who are making it happen! All it takes is a little time and the creation of a space for that voice to be heard. We hope you’ll be part of it! Click HERE to get involved!
VISIT OUR TUMBLR TO WATCH VIDEOS AND READ TRANSCRIPTS!
www.thegreatimmensity.org is an environmental site inspired by our play, The Great Immensity! Six characters from the play are bloggers on the site, posting about a wide variety of environmental topics and telling the real stories of individuals making a difference in these large and vital issues. The site also features an original video series by our Associate Artist Alix Lambert of interviews with artists creating inspirational environmental work, the first of which is with Academy Award-winning Louie Psihoyos, director of The Cove.
We hope you'll explore the site, comment on the posts and videos, and spread the word!
In 1871, working class Parisians overthrew the French government, declared Paris autonomous and launched an attempt to radically reinvent society in what was arguably the first socialist revolution in Europe. Paris Commune uses found texts and original songs from the time period to tell the story of this extraordinary event in which the Parisian community radically reimagined its entire society.
"You might experience some of the dizzy exhilaration, liberation & exhaustion known by the Parisians who took over their city in the heady spring of 1871."
- The New York Times
Watch our awesome animated trailer HERE!