BAX Hosts THE FOLK PLAY PROJECT Today
BAX | Brooklyn Arts Exchange has announced The Folk Play Project , curated by Maya Parra, Joie Golomb and Scott Adkins. The show is set for today, October 20, 2013 at 7pm and is written by Scripts in Progress (SIP) & Brooklyn Writers Space Playwrights, rehearsed, staged and performed in a 24-hour period.
BAX Scripts in Progress (SIP) series and the Brooklyn Writers Space join forces to stage the second annual Folk Play Project. Inspired by the power of folk music to share stories, tell truth, and bring people together, 6 new plays will be created in 24 hours, each inspired by a song from the American folk tradition. An evening featuring live music and original theatre.
ABOUT BAX: Founded in 1991, BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange is a is a multi-faceted community performing arts center located in Park Slope, Brooklyn offering an annual presenting season, artist services, and educational programs for youth and adults. BAX receives support from city, state and national public and private foundations. Our programs have been featured in several Brooklyn, NYC, andnational publications, celebrating our continued support of artists of all ages.
For more information about BAX and its programs, call 718-832-0018, email@example.com or visit us on the web at www.bax.org. Tickets are $5 at https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/928323 and will be available one month prior to the performance.