GENDEROSITY, CURRENT SESSIONS and More to Play The Wild Project, Now thru Aug 2014
The Wild Project has announced its current and upcoming shows through August 2014. Details below!
Thursday, July 30 - Sunday, August 10
i wrote on ur wall and now i regret it, written by Ming Peiffer, directed by Kat Yen
With Karen Eilbacher, Ying Ying Li, Jaspal Binning, Jordan Ho, David Farrington, Andrea Goldman, Ricky Faust, Ryan Dreyer, and Stephanie Regina
Produced by Spookfish Theatre Company
Wednesday - Friday at 8 PM; Saturday and Sunday at 2 PM & 8 PM
PLZ "Like" + come c this play bout u & me & all of US b4 I KILL myself jkjkjk lol dot dot dot this -----> is a collage about the 1nTerne+ and t€xT!nG and how much I <3 U + the CONNECT/DISCONNECT when we r signed ON and/or OFF :) :) :) and the probz :( in communication among the digital generation found IRL (in real life)... AKA (for those who need it) THIS IS A POETIC HYPER-TEXTUAL COLLAGE EXPLORING HUMAN COMMUNICATION, LOVE AND RELATIONSHIPS, AND DISCONNECTION/CONNECTION IN THE AGE OF THE INTERNET!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Wednesday, August 13 - Sunday, August 17
GENDEROSITY created, written and performed by Donald C Shorter Jr, directed by Matthew Mohr
Co Executive Produced by Jeff Cleveland
Wednesday - Saturday at 8 PM, Sunday at 6 PM (post-show panel discussion)
GENDEROSITY examines the drag transformation process of artist Donald C. Shorter Jr into Francesca, his fabulous alter ego. Using live vocals, lip synching, story telling, and video projections, Shorter reveals how not conforming to societal gender norms has affected his life in and out of the heels.
Monday, August 18 - Wednesday, August 20
CONSCIOUS LANGUAGE, curated by muMs
Produced by Poetic Theater Productions
Monday - Wednesday at 7 PM
Poetic Theater Productions presents the first annual Conscious Language: three days of conversation and performance curated by muMs (HBO's "Oz") on how poets and theater-makers can use their words to create a socially conscious theater of language. Featuring a workshop for poets on turning poetry into theater culminating in performance, a panel on the importance of the spoken word featuring leaders in the hip hop theater community, and featured performances by some of the city's finest spoken word poets.
Friday, August 22 - Sunday, August 24
the CURRENT SESSIONS: Volume IV, Issue II
Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm; Sunday at 3pm (Talk Back to follow) and 7pm
The CURRENT SESSIONS is a NYC-based dance organization and presenting series that represents the works of early and midcareer choreographers and movement-based artists. We seek to provide a place for contemporary dance to thrive, serving as an incubator for the furtherance of our choreographers' artistic visions. Volume IV, Issue II. will feature 12 choreographers and 3 guest artists in 4 diverse programs, with a primary focus on works that have a dance theater/performance art influence, are created in collaboration with a sound designer, or carries a broad message of activism, among others.
Program A (Friday) features Colby Damon, EmmaGrace Skove-Epes, Enza DePalma // ENZA?, Nicole von Arx Sophie Sotsky // TYKE DANCE, Stephanie Acosta with Jessie Young. With Guest Artist crux // Troy Ogilvie
Program B (Saturday) features Allison Jones // Allison Jones Dance?, Jay Carlon, Kathryn Rhodes // RoadWork?, Robert Daniel Holmes Maynard, Sophie Maguire // lonely goat?, and Wynn Holmes // Street Parade (film). With Guest Artists Arias // Bryan Arias and Danielle Russo Dance Company
Program C (Sunday at 3) features Colby Damon, EmmaGrace Skove-Epes, Robert Daniel Holmes Maynard, Sophie Maguire // lonely goat, Sophie Sotsky // TYKE DANCE, and Stephanie Acosta with Jessie Young. With Guest Artist Danielle Russo Dance Company
Program D (Sunday at 7) features Allison Jones // Allison Jones Dance, Enza DePalma // E|N|Z|A, Jay Carlon, Kathryn Rhodes // RoadWork, Nicole von Arx, Wynn Holmes // Street Parade (film). With Guest Artists Arias // Bryan Arias and crux // Troy Ogilvie
All performances are at The Wild Project (195 E. 3rd Street, between Avenues A & B). Tickets can be purchased from OvationTix on 212.352.3101 or online at www.thewildproject.com. The Box Office opens one hour prior to curtain.
The Wild Project is a production company and venue for contemporary theater, film, and visual art. The Wild Project creates community by inspiring and entertaining art from emerging artists, exploring green technologies, and finding innovative ways to help our world and each other.