Little Theatre Kicks Off 11th Season on Sept. 13
Little Theatre @ Dixon Place kicks off its 11th season with new work by Frank Bourdeaux, Peter Glantz, Edgar Oliver, and Maggie Robinson, plus a remembrance of Jim Neu, on Monday, September 13, 2010 at 7:30 pm
The OBIE Award-Winning Little Theatre–a more-or-less monthly presentation of new theatre, dance, performance & media, more-or-less curated by Scott Adkins, Rob Erickson, Tina Satter, Normandy Sherwood and Jeffrey M. Jones — begins its eleventh season on Monday, September 13, 2010, at 7:30 pm at Dixon Place, 161A Chrystie Street (btw Delancey & Rivington). THIS IS A NEW CURTAIN TIME.
Tickets are $15.00 at the door or online, first-come first-served; reservations are not accepted. For more information, call (212) 219-0736, or browse www.dixonplace.org.
This performance also marks the introduction of the new Little Theatre curatorial team: Scott Adkins (Playwright; Director, Brooklyn Writers Space), Rob Erickson (Playwright; Performer, as “Lumberob”), Tina Satter (Playwright\Director; Half Straddle Company), Normandy Sherwood (Playwright\Performer\Costumer; NTUSA) and Jeffrey M. Jones.
Scheduled performances include:
INNOCENT YET: written and directed by Frank Boudreaux, with John Henry Boudreaux, Megan Emery Gaffney and Emily Wilbur — the human condition …with accents …ridiculous accents
O! TIGER LILY!: created and performed by Maggie Robinson, directed by Colleen Sullivan — Further exploration into the scientific study of general theatricality, song, dance, maybe even a death defying feat…. or two!
BEING IMPOSSIBLE: Peter Glantz and The Imaginary Company— an ongoing, ever changing performance featuring pure love, humor, colorful videos, and space travel
THE END OF SUMMER: a monolog by Edgar Oliver — legendary
IN REMEMBRANCE OF JIM NEU by the LT Curatoreadores — excerpts from the writings of the Oscar Wilde of the Postverbal Generation