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“THE WIFE” @ The Lark, December 10 & 11

In News, Plays, Schedule on November 23, 2009 at 5:45 PM

A workshop of THE WIFE — my play about Hasidic Jews facing cultural opposition from their gentrifying neighbors — plays at The Lark Play Development Center for two nights, December 10 & 11.  Directed by the estimable May Adrales.

Click here to reserve a spot.


“DUTCH A/V” @ IRT, December 3-5

In News, Schedule on November 13, 2009 at 2:39 PM

the boys

Dutch A/V is a live-edited environmental film that seeks to replicate the first hand experience of being a flâneur in another city. In March 2009, Reggie Watts — with myself and Seattle journalist Brendan Kiley — traveled to Holland and shot over 26 hours of footage, exploring its cities using spy-glasses that recorded everything we saw and heard.  Dutch A/V seeks to re-present this footage using projection technology and stereophonic sound, turning the walls of interior spaces into portals to a foreign landscape thousands of miles away.  Winner of the 2009 MAP Fund Award.

Runs December 3-5, seating extremely limited.  Get tix here.

Click this for sample of show.