Sunday, December 14, 2008
Come see this weird thing I do.
The Police-Teen Theater Project's Fall 2008 Performance
Young people from Brooklyn combine forces with officers from the NYPD
to create a night of hilarious, moving, and totally unpredictable theater.
Thursday, December 18 at 7:00 pm
Friday, December 19 at 7:00 pm
Dance Theatre Etcetera Studio
480 Van Brunt Street, 2nd Floor
(in the Fairway building, just past the entrance to the parking lot)
Red Hook, Brooklyn
Admission is free!
Friday, December 5, 2008
Someone Says You're in the Wrong Place My Friend, You Better Leave
Conceived and Developed by Hwy Rachel
Inspired by Things We'd Rather Not Say Aloud for Legal Purposes
Wednesday, December 10th
Presented as part of the MISC Film and Performance Festival
(Performances run from 7-10pm throughout the gallery space)
New York Studio Gallery
154 Stanton St. (at the corner of Suffolk)
Lower East Side
F and V and JMZ friendly!
A blurb about the show:
Someone Says You're in the Wrong Place My Friend, You Better Leave was developed for the NYSG as a roving performance piece that loops three times through the gallery. It follows the stories of five characters we would be unlikely to meet in the same place at the same time (except perhaps in a Dylan song): a biblical Cain-turned-clown, a rainbow-obsessed Ophelia, Einstein in Robin Hood tights and in the throws of discovery, a doe-eyed Cinderella, and a Fortuneteller with a penchant for spitting and never quite closing up shop. As the characters' stories move them from place to place, the audience is free to follow (or not) in whichever order they choose, creating a self-directed piece of interactive theater.