When I hear that two pieces have been “smashed together,” I make certain assumptions. If I read “conceived by” or “created by the ensemble,” I expect a piece so thoroughly picked apart and put back together, it barely recognizes the original source material. At the
LOVE, LOSS, AND LEGACY MIX IN I WILL LOOK FORWARD TO THIS LATER
In their play That Poor Dream, which recently concluded a run at the New Ohio Theatre, the downtown theater collective the Assembly freely adapted Charles Dickens’s Great Expectations to bring that classic into the twenty-first century, drawing inspiration from an eclectic list of politically-oriented
From OCT 2 – 4 PRELUDE.13 celebrates ten years at the forefront of NYC performance. Be there.
After 13 years The Collapsable Hole is shutting its doors for good.